I've used a Norelco triple for years for shaving my face. I've heard so many great reviews on the Panny's that I'll probably try one soon. But one thing I don't see mentioned here : Williams 'Lectric Shave. For me it's night/day difference on my face and I just about won't bother shaving without it.
Now as to using it on my head - I've been a HB Sport owner for about a year. I say "owner" as opposed to "user" because I haven't been consistent with it. In the past year I've shaved it maybe twice. I like the feel and look but to be honest was too lazy to consistently stay with it. My typical haircare pattern has been using a pair of electric clippers with no guard installed and I can clean my head in under 5 minutes. Now I've grown tired of those remaining nubs of hair and decided that the maintenance routine of shaving my head would be no more trouble than clipping my head once it got to be a habit. So out came the HB, new blades and now my wind resistance is lower once again. While face shaving yesterday I looked at my Norelco and thought "well why not ?". So I've started using the 'Lectric Shave and Norelco to see how it works out.
For you guys who've never used an electric razor, it won't be nearly as close as a blade at first while your skin adapts to the change. That's why most people stop using electric on their face because they don't stay with it. Typically takes a couple weeks. So far the 'Lectric Shave + Norelco isn't as smooth as a blade but I've only shaved that way once. Taking my own advice, I'll stick with it to see how it goes; but the point of this post is to suggest the Williams 'Lectric Shave for those who are trying electric shavers.