Originally Posted by wmtire
That's what I was thinking, since any battery powered shaver is actually DC voltage. However, I guess if you were without 120 volt power for a long time, then you might not be able to recharge the battery(ies) the normal way....by using the 120 volt AC/DC charger..... but still should be able to use a small plug-in inverter to do the job.
My cheap little Remington and Norelco both last at least 15-20 shaves after charging.
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