Braun 7526 Shaver – Syncro System With Clean & Charge Storage Stand Review

One of the main reasons I have tried to stay away from electric razors for my entire adult life was because of how dirty they get. Little bits of beard stubble will build up at the bottom of the razor, and it would need to be cleaned off with a damp rag and aq tip. No matter how long I would work on cleaning the shaver, I could never get it completely clean. I felt the extra work made up of the convenience of having an electric shaver, and that that, the disposable razor just appeared to shave closer.

The Braun 7526 Shaver has changed all of that. When I first heard that the Braun 7526 shaver could clean itself, I was skeptical. I thought self cleaning mean that it came with some kind of tool that you would use to manually brush out the unwanted hair. I could not have been more wrong. After using the Braun 7526 Shaver, you just place it back in the Syncro System with Clean & Charge Storage Stand, press a button, and it will start to clean itself automatically. The stand also recharges the razor.

There is an alcohol based solution in the stand, and this is used to give the razor a thorough cleaning. The Beard stubble is caught in a filter that will need to be changed every 4 – 6 weeks. These filters are available in 2 packs and 3 packs, and they can be purchased at the same place you purchase your Braun 7526 Shaver.

The Braun 7526 Shaver will shave as close as any blade, and it will not cut your face like a disposable razor will. It comes with a separate cord that you can take with you on overnight trips, although you will need the stand for the self cleaning feature.

If I had to complain about anything, it would be the noise the stand makes while it is cleaning the razor. I usually just press the button before I leave in the morning and then I do not hear the noise.


TRAILER: Using CTEK Battery Chargers for Battery Maintenance, Restoration and Storage

This is the trailer for the 14:46-minute feature length video at,-Restoration-and-Storage.html…CTEK is the Swedish developer and manufacturer of premier battery chargers endorsed by World Class automotive and powersports brands. In the HD video how-to, learn why CTEK chargers offer the best protection against battery damage, how to properly store and protect the battery in an RV, 4×4, ATV/UTV or motorcycle, and the unique way to recondition and recover a sulphated or badly depleted battery.


↓Episode 44 – RV Deep Cycle Battery Storage

↓There can be a fair amount of confusion about the best way to store an RV Battery during the off season. In this episode I break it down to simplify the process and make some nice product recommendations along the way. In most scenarios the RV’er is storing his battery during the cold winter months and typically not during the hot summer months. The methods can adapted to either situation, hot or cold. The summer heat can damage a battery as much as poorly stored battery during the cold months.
↓The bottom line is to keep the battery case and posts clean and keeping the battery properly charged during the storage process . If your battery is going to be stored in the RV during the winter months you will want to make sure that it has a full charge and this will prevent it from freezing. Some have said that an RV Battery will freeze if left in the RV during storage and that is not true unless the temperature drops way below Zero.
↓If you decide to store the battery in the RV, make sure the battery is disconnected from any electrical source that good drain the battery during storage. It might just be best to physically disconnect the battery cables altogether. If you are unsure of how to hook the battery cables up later then you could take a picture or draw a diagram. It is important that battery gets hooked up the same way it was connected was, assuming it was correct to begin with.
↓I would opt to store the battery in a garage or some place that has power to run a Trickle Charger. The stored battery should be fully charged prior to storage and then the charge should be maintain during the storage period. Today there are plenty of Hi Tech battery chargers available and I recommend to purchase a battery charger that will go into float mode after the battery is charged. If your charger has this capability your can leave it hooked up to the battery and plugged in for the off season with no harm being caused to the battery.
↓It is best to store the RV Battery away from any source away from sparks or open flames. Although today’s batteries can be stored on a concrete floor it is best to store it on a piece of wood, work bench or similar. Make sure the surface is protected if it is a nice surface you care about. It is pretty simple to store a battery for the off season.
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Bonus Content: The below content was briefly explained in the podcast. You can consider this some bonus content if you are thinking about changing to a different battery type.
Gel Cell vs. AGM (glass mat) batteries. 
What Is A Gel Battery?

Before you can determine the pros and cons of a gel battery and how they will affect you, it’s important to understand what exactly a gel battery is. A gel battery is very similar to a traditional lead-acid battery with the addition of silica to the electrolyte to create the gel like substance. This thickening of the electrolyte means that gel batteries can be installed in a variety of positions and don’t emit as many fumes.

Pro Tip: This allows for gel batteries to be used in applications where ventilation is limited.
How Does It Work?

A gel battery (often referred to as a gel cell battery) is a lead-acid battery that is valve regulated. When the electrolyte is mixed with sulphuric acid and silica, it becomes a relatively stationary gel substance. This gel mixture allows the battery to utilize the acid and electrolyte in the same way it would with a traditional lead-acid battery, just without the added maintenance.
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4 Shop Organizing Projects – Blade Storage, Battery Charging System, Storage Racks

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how to build a storage shelf / charging station

This simple design can be used to build just about any shop storage shelf, and was done completely out of 3/4 BCX sanded plywood left over from jobs. I was in desperate need for a central place to storage my battery chargers as well as having a central location to charge my multiple batteries on the weekends. Leave me a comment and tell me what you think. Its not a post frame, but I had fun doing it anyways.

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BEBOP 2 | Battery Storage | App Percentage at 3.85v per cell | 11.55V | VLOG120


In this video I discuss the process on how I got the average battery percentage in the app FreeFlight Pro which will represent the storage voltage in the physical battery.

This is so you don’t need to guess, and don’t need any extra equipment other than your charger your drone and some patience.

LiPo storage voltages have always been 3.85volts per cell so using the same principle on the BEBOP 2 is recommended. The problem was the mixed information about what battery percentage to use?

Parrots documentation state 20-50%, so I took to good old fact finding to read the app percentage when the battery cell hits 3.85v / total battery 11.55v.

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How To Store Your RV Batteries – Lead Acid AGM Lithium – deep cycle battery winter storage

Storing any type of RV battery is easy with these tips. Lead acid batteries require the most maintenance while in storage but I will cover many different types in this video.

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EV Charging – High Power DC Charger with Storage Boost Battery

Next-generation fast dc chargers will use storage batteries to speed up the EV charging process and to balance the grid. The multistage power conversion and mixed topologies will require innovative processors with integrated hardware accelerators.


LiPo Battery Basics, Charging and Storage for DJI and Autel

With the colder seasons approaching, many of us will be flying less. Proper care and storage of your aircraft batteries are extremely important. Without proper charging and storage, your batteries will either suffer damage and be unusable or will have a shortened life. This video covers the basics of LiPo batteries and proper charging and storage so your batteries are ready to fly when you are.


Keep Your Vehicle’s Battery Charged with Solar

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I noticed that our RV’s chassis battery (that’s the engine starting battery) was being drained while we had it stored. We use solar power to keep our house battery charged up, so I implement a similar, but smaller, system for the engine battery in this video.


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