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PANASONIC Wet Dry Lady Epilator (Model: PA-ES2067W)

by Panasonic

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  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 5.1 x 5.1 cm ; 667 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 771 g
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  • Item model number: ES2067W
  • ASIN: B001CS2JF8
  • Date first available at 7 Sep 2012
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) 3.9 out of 5 stars  53 reviews
34 of 34 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars not so good 27 Dec 2008
By Edit Varga - Published on
I had high expectations, but disappointed overall:
- hair removal takes much, much longer than with a simple, one (longer) spinning head epilator - this is due to the short spinning heads.
- hair stuck in the spinning head which is very hard to remove (it's also due to the small head)

- in wet application the hair removal is surprisingly painless (which is very good!!!)
- no red dots after wet hair removal

I gave 3 stars, because the time is really an issue for me
19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good but not great 3 Mar 2009
By K.K. D'Orque - Published on
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For the most part I like this product enough that I'm not going to return it. It's relatively comfortable and quiet and I like being able to use it wet or dry. I've used 2 other epilators over the years and this one is the least uncomfortable to use. The interchangeable heads are nice and all are easy to clean.
On the down side, I feel like the unit is underpowered when running the triple head-- it doesn't seem to spin the heads fast enough to 'grip and rip' efficiently. I find that I have to hold the unit still over an area to get most of the hairs removed. Gliding it around, even slowly, misses as much hair as it grabs. The regular shaving head actually works the best. So, if you want a good wet/dry shaver and a so-so epilator this is a good choice. Otherwise, wait until Panasonic comes out with a turbo version.
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Best Yet for legs - spinning heads and wet/dry great options 28 April 2010
By OnlineBeatsLonglines - Published on
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This is the 4th Epilator I have purchased and it is the best so far for my legs.

I purchased another Panasonic Wet/Dry, ES2045P, which was my first that could be used in the shower. It definitely helps to do it in the shower, and you can use soap to help it glide but this is better, at least for legs. I don't use it for anything else so I can't say.

I agree with some of the reviews that it does take a bit longer than for instance the Philips, which was the first one I purchased, but it is a bit of a "tortoise vs. hair(e)" race in that this does a better/more complete job, which means being able to go more days between, which means less time in total.

I often found that with straight line epilators (vs. this, which spins the heads) I was having to try many different directions to grab the hair, which is very tedious, especially in hard to reach places like hamstrings, and the bottom of your bottom.

The spinning heads have a spring loaded ring around them which allows for pressing down to make the skin taught in areas where the skin is covering areas that have a bit more fat, like the inner thing, than for instance the quadraceps. I've never been able to get as far up into the inner thigh with another epilator. I still can't get all the way up because the skin gets looser all the way up, and it gets into pubic hair, which is just plain painful to remove.

The second attachment head is useful for making a straight line when removing some of the pubic hair above the genitals.

The only thing that keeps it from getting all 5 stars is it is not useful for the pubic hair between the genitals and leg. I believe this is because the skin is not taught enough in this part of my body.

Perhaps a single spinning head attachment would work for this, becasue the spring loaded ring would hold the skin taught.

One other note: I splash on witch hazel after the shower and a rub in a little Triple Anti-biotic cream in the pubic area/upper legs to reduce redness and minimize infection. It seems to have helped with reducing the occurance of acne that forms when the follicle is injured.
17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I like it. Go figure lol 30 Jan 2009
By BT Joy - Published on
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I bought this after much research and suffering. It's good. It's less painful than my sister-in-law's Remington 'yank your hair out' item. lol

I have back problems and do much better leaning back in the bathtub than bending down to epilate or shave. Bubble bath and lilac shave gel makes it more fun. Yanking my hair out does hurt. Less pain each time, though.
Note: yanking out long hair hurts a lot more than short. Really.

I love that the epilator and razor can be used in the tub or shower. It doesn't say it's ok to dunk it. I didn't dunk it. :)

The person who said to use the little epil attachment on your face seems to have been wrong. lol It hurt really bad, removed very little, and made my upper lip really red. Other than that, most of the scary warnings in the instructions are just lawsuit avoidance. :) I suggest you look at other women's pointers for doing this effectively. The 90 degree thing is important. The pressure should be about like shaving with a 1970's women's shaver. If you're too young to remember that, ask your mother. :)

I am as pleased with this as I could be with anything that takes up my time for something so silly in a world that needs peace. Life is good. Light a candle. Pray for peace.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Almost perfect! Just wish it didn't clog into uselessness after a few months. 8 Mar 2010
By J. Thompson - Published on
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This Panasonic model is as close to painless as epilation gets. This model has never pulled my skin into the spinning heads or made me bleed. All of my other models did so regularly. Unlike some of the other reviews I've read, I didn't think this epilator required a lot of passes to catch all the hair. It seems at least as efficient as the other epilators I've tried. This is the first one I've owned that could handle getting wet. That makes a big difference in the speed of the hair removal and the comfort- open pores mean easier and less painful hair removal.

My only problem with this epilator is that it eventually clogs and becomes useless. The cleaning that the instructions tell you to perform does not make a difference. It is so frustrating. I've tried taking the epilation heads apart on two of my three epilators and I can't get them to work at all once I put them back together. Granted, the instructions tell you not to do that.

I did do some research on the Panasonic website, and the only thing that I think might make a difference in making this epilator last longer is being obsessively careful about the length of the hair one removes. Don't try to remove hair that is even one-quarter of an inch too long. Just read the instructions.

I just ordered my fourth of these epilators. Even with the clogging, it is worth it. Buying a replacement epilation head from Panasonic is more expensive than buying a new device from Amazon. The $45 this costs on Amazon is a bargain, even if the whole device only lasts for four months. Unless you're happy with shaving most of your body, this is the most cost-effective way of removing unwanted hair. I plan to use this epilator model until I can afford laser hair removal everywhere I want it.

In all, I would recommend this epilator to anyone. I am extremely demanding of my epilators, using them at least twice per week. For a person with more normal hair removal needs, I imagine this product would last much longer, especially if it is well cared for.
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