- 1 How Do I Know When My Philips Shaver Is Fully Charged?
- 2 Video
- 3 How Long Does It Take To Charge Electric Razor?
- 4 How Do I Know If My Philips Bt3221 Is Fully Charged?
- 5 How Do I Know When My Philips Blade Is Done?
- 6 Can You Overcharge An Electric Razor?
- 7 How Long Does An Electric Shaver Last?
The Philips electric razor will be done charging when the indicator light on the charger turns green.
The Philips electric razor will be done charging when the indicator light on the charger turns green. A complete charge can take up to 8 hours. The battery is almost empty when the bottom bar is orange.
How Do I Know When My Philips Shaver Is Fully Charged?
The bars on the shavers show the level of battery. The battery is almost empty when the bottom bar is orange. Once your shaver is fully charged, the light stays on for 15 or 30 minutes and then automatically turns off to save energy. 
How Long Does It Take To Charge Electric Razor?
A complete charge can take up to 8 hours. If you are charging the electric shaver for the first time or if you have not used it for a long time, a complete charge requires at least 15 hours. The shaver needs to be disconnected from the power source. 
How Do I Know If My Philips Bt3221 Is Fully Charged?
It takes about 30 minutes for the full battery light to turn off. The trimmer is fully charged if you accidentally left it on charging and return to see the light turned off. 
How Do I Know When My Philips Blade Is Done?
The oneblade has a blade-wear indicator. As you use it, a green bar will appear on the blade. It is recommended to replace your blade when this bar is clearly visible. 
Can You Overcharge An Electric Razor?
It is designed to avoid over-charging a battery. If there is an unexpected power surge from a lightning strike or other power line anomalies, we recommend that you always plug the unit in after it is fully charged. 
How Long Does An Electric Shaver Last?
They should be replaced every so often to maintain the performance and safety of the electric razor. The electric razor’s blades should be replaced every 12 to 18 months. The time frame is closer to a year if you shave frequently. The blades can become dull faster if the hair is coarse or thick. 
Frank Harmenstein is the lead editor of the grooming website Cut Throat Straight Razor, and has over 15 years of experience in the industry. He’s personally tested and reviewed over 200 different straight razors, and has written countless articles on the subject.