- GENERAL DESCRIPTION
- Battery Usage
- Frequent questions
If a battery leaks, wipe device clean with a damp cloth and wash hands. If any material gets into the eyes, contact a doctor immediately. Keep away from children and pets. Do not swallow. If swallowed, seek medical advice at once. Remove the batteries before storing your device for extended periods of time.
Handles featuring FlexBall Technology allow the blades to respond to the contours of your face to get virtually every hair.
A battery-powered razor delivers an optimal shave when the voltage and frequency remain consistent, shave after shave. Over the lifetime of the battery, the voltage can weaken, reducing frequency and therefore performance. The microchip maintains constant voltage and frequency over the lifetime of the battery, delivering consistent product performance every time you shave.
The microchip inside Gillette ProGlide5 Power senses when the battery is approaching a low level, and the low-battery indicator light begins to flash, signaling that it's time to change the AAA battery.
The automatic shutoff feature turns the razor off after roughly 8 minutes of continuous operation. This feature protects the battery if the razor is accidentally activated, which comes in handy when traveling.
Micropulses help the Power razor’s blades move effortlessly.
The Precision Trimmer can be used with the power turned on or off. Using the Precision Trimmer with or without power is an individual choice.
Gillette ProGlide5 Power uses a AAA battery.
How long a razor blade refill lasts is dependent on many variables such as beard toughness and thickness, beard preparation, shaving habits, and skin sensitivity. The Gillette ProGlide5 Power's reformulated Indicator Lubricating Strip (vs. Fusion5) will provide you with a visual cue—it fades to white—when optimal shave conditions have been reduced. When this happens, you might want to consider changing your razor blades to get an optimal shave.
Yes, all Fusion5 blades fit all Fusion5 and Fusion5 Power razors.