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This Idea was inspired by another (linked), and thanks for the
The linked Idea also mentions that it can be difficult to use a
to see the place that is about to get shaved next. So, I thought,
mount a camera on the shaver, and replace the mirror with a
which is connected to the camera. What with cameras
small these days, that every smartphone has one (or two!), it
be a simple matter to incorporate one into a shaver, with an
appropriate view of the next place on the skin to get shaved.
Inspiration for this Idea
As mentioned in the main text. [Vernon, May 14 2015]
||Does your personal barber have a problem with their eyesight,
||Even if a gentleman shaves himself only occasionally
or in dire circumstances, he ought to be sufficiently
familiar with his own face to be able to navigate
||Next you'll be proposing some sort of RFID tag to help
you find your arse in the dark.
||Post it, [MB]. You know it's worth it.
||Another one for the hole in the ground, and an iThing app to compare and differentiate.
||I don't use an electric shaver, preferring a wet shave with real shaving soap (not from a can), a real bristle shaving brush and real razor blades (old-style blades, which are cheaper, longer-lasting and more environmentally friendly than modern "Mach 3" cartridges or similar). However I would be interested in an electric shaver that resembled a miniature combine harvester and which created mini "hay bales" from my hair.
||Some hardware add-on bits and an iPhone app gives you a shaver-equipped camera.