Launched today in Singapore, the Philips Shaver S9000 Prestige (SGD 599) boasts the world’s closest electric shave.
The latest in line of its rotary shavers after pioneering the technology 80 years ago, the Philips Shaver S9000 Prestige packs a litany of features aimed at comfort, convenience and performance.
Emphasising increasing trends in societal expectations pertaining to male groming, Philips reinforced the importance of this launch with a nation-wide survey they commissioned. Amongst the results shared, was the importance of physical appearances, with 81% of female (and 84% of male) respondents stating that a clean shave is important to presentability.
The Philips Shaver S9000 Prestige features new NanoTech precision blades that are strengthened with nano-particles for longer-lasting sharpness and precision for a consistent close shave.
Multi-direction ContourDirect heads with proprietary rotary technology deals with uneven hair growing in different directions and densities, ensuring even, close shaves around sharp contours like the neck and jawline. The BeardAdapt Sensor checks for hair density 15 times per second to adapt shaving power for an optimal shave, even for longer beards – up to seven days.
Superb SkinComfort rings on the S9000 Prestige provide an ultra-smooth shaving experience with its anti-friction metallic-pigmented coating. Wider, rounder openings on the S9000 Prestige allows more hair to be captured for a more efficient shaving session.
Wireless charging for shavers makes a debut in Singapore with the S9000 Prestige. Included in the box, the Qi-standard wireless charging pad allows users to conveniently ensure their devices stay topped-up even during hectic morning rituals.
As part of the launch of the Philips Shaver S9000 Prestige, the company will be holding a pop-up event in collaboration with Sultans of Shave at the Marina Bay Financial Centre. Get a free shave, beard trip or haircut, while learning grooming tips and tricks from the experts.
The event will be held between 12:00-2:00PM and 5:30-7:30PM daily, between 25-29 March 2019.