Panasonic Milano ES-SL41 Shaver

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Win A Panasonic Milano ES-SL41 Shaver

You want to look good, but disposable razors can cost you a fortune in replacement blades, and you'll run the risk of cuts and nicks. But with the help of some innovative Japanese technology and enviable Italian design, shaving can be a refreshing experience.

Panasonic's 3-blade Wet and Dry Milano electric shavers offer a perfect alternative to the disposable razor. The Panasonic ES-SL41 offers ultimate speed, comfort and ease of use at great value. Featuring Panasonic's patented curved foil, the shaver tracks the contours of your face and fits uniformly against the skin, while the inner blades are sharpened using nano particle polishing technology, to deliver a perfectly close shave that's gentle to the skin. There's also a pop-up precision trimmer to tidy up beards, sideburns and any missed stubble. And there's no need to remove the shaver head to clean it, thanks to the innovative cleaning shutters. The shaver also includes a compact storage stand that allows for continuous charging, and a carrying cover.

Available from all good retailers, including www.boots.com and www.argos.co.uk.

Experience a refreshing shave for yourself and enter this competition for your chance to win a Panasonic Milano EL-SL41 shaver and £50 of high street vouchers to stock up on grooming products.

CLOSING DATE: Friday 23rd November 2012 23:23

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