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Father’s Day Gift Idea: ES-ST25K Triple Blade Linear Milano Shaver

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

If you are still searching for that perfect Father’s day gift for that special guy in your life, may I make a suggestion? It’s a product that my fiancé, John, thinks is “really cool”…his words: the ES-ST25K Triple Blade Linear Milano Shaver from Panasonic!  

Father's Day Gift Idea: ES-ST25K Triple Blade Linear Milano Shaver

Before I get into more about the product, let me give you a little bit of background on John.  He’s currently serving in the Canadian military and yes, he does have a beard and mustache. Normally, soldiers are supposed to be clean shaven, but in John’s case, he is allowed to keep his facial hair because of a medical condition (trigeminal neuralgia). However, he needs to keep it neat and trimmed so he still must shave daily during the work week. 

In the past, he’s been using manual razors. I don’t even think he’s ever owned an electric razor so trying out the new Milano shaver was a completely new experience for him. I wasn’t sure if he would like it or not. He’s pretty picky about the products he uses on his face and rightly so! 

Father's Day Gift Idea: ES-ST25K Triple Blade Linear Milano Shaver

Father's Day Gift Idea: ES-ST25K Triple Blade Linear Milano Shaver

The Milano shaver is very sleek and compact. It comes with a charging stand and cover so it’s easily stored in the bathroom without taking too much space. Initially we had to charge it for an hour and then John was ready to test it out. 

You can use the Milano shave for both wet and dry shaving. John was leery about trying dry shaving and said he preferred to use it for wet shaving. I said do what works – it’s yours! 

The Milano shaver was designed in Italy and has the prestige of being the only shaver with Stubble Sensor technology. It has an automatic stubble sensor that adjusts the power of the razor based on the thicknessness of the hair. This technology, in turn, makes the shaver gentler to use. After reading that, I knew John had to try it. The fact that his face is so sensitive, I figured it would be the perfect electric shaver for him to try. The Milano shaver also has a 13,000 cpm direct linear motor which also helps to deliver a smooth and powerful shave.  

Here’s his before….

Father's Day Gift Idea: ES-ST25K Triple Blade Linear Milano Shaver

John’s been using the Milano shaver in the mornings before work to shave his neck and parts of his face. He liked that the shaver didn’t tug at his face and it was gentle enough that it didn’t bother him even with his sensitivity. It also gave him a close and even shave.

Father's Day Gift Idea: ES-ST25K Triple Blade Linear Milano Shaver

His skin felt so smooth and soft afterward! Now if only I could convince him to shave his whole face….well, then it would be like he was a completely new man! Maybe someday he will, but for now I’m happy with my guy and his facial hair, neatly trimmed of course!

And after…

Father's Day Gift Idea: ES-ST25K Triple Blade Linear Milano Shaver

Also, cleaning it is a breeze! It has a cleaning shutter that makes upkeep very simple and straightforward to do.  

The ES-ST25K Triple Blade Linear Milano Shaver features 45 minutes of cordless charging and also comes with a two-year limited warranty. You can find the  ES-ST25K Triple Blade Linear Milano Shaver as well as the entire Milano product line at Sears across Canada. Pick one up at your local Sears (or order online) for a special Father’s day gift that dad will love! I doubt John will go back to a manual razor now!

My Organized Chaos is hosting a Father’s day giveaway where you can win a Panasonic Triple Blade Linear Milano Shaver! Head on over now to enter (Canada only).

Stacie Vaughan

Stacie is the mom of two girls and lives in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys cooking/baking, photography, reading, DIY and is fueled by lots of coffee!

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