A quick analysis of Philips Norelco Shaver 7300

How has the Philips Norelco Shaver 7300 been performing well over time?

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Philips is a Netherlands based health technology company that makes an assortment of electronic devices for different markets, such as home entertainment, personal hygiene, kitchen appliances etc. The company is one of the most prominent makers of electronics in the world.

We wanted to find out how a popular product of theirs, the Philips Norelco Shaver 7300, has been received. Gavagai’s AI gives us the possibility of taking 757 reviews and see for ourselves what increases grades.

Here are 4 things we found out!

Some conclusions: 
| ⚡ Quick Shave | 😊 Irritation Free | 🙅 Pop-up Trimmer |

This shaver has an incredible average grade at 4,65 / 5. To analyze what makes it better can be a bit tricky since it’s doing very well already. Gavagai’s utility in this scenario can be to analyze what is holding the product back, analyzing what’s keeping the reviewers from giving it a perfect 5 / 5.

The topic “self-cleaning” has an average score that is not much higher than average. It has an occurrence of 34 %, which means that it still drives the average score up. Its correlation to sentiments has gone down considerably from 2018 to 2019.

“Irritation” as a topic correlates with an increase in grade by 0,18 / 5. That may seem counter-intuitive, but it’s because it’s used in connection to topics such as “less”, “minimal” and “zero”.

The worst performing topic in the analysis is “trimmer”, which correlates with a decrease in grade by 0,32 / 5. When used in combination with the topic “precision” the grade decreases even further. This seems to imply that one of the features that are dragging the pop-up trimmer down is that it lacks precision.

What can we tell from this?

Philips Norelco Shaver 7300 has received high praise on Walmart’s review pages. The data lifts out self-cleaning and a shave that does not cause irritation as aspects that make the shaver perform well. 

It seems that a point of improvement is with the pop-up trimmer that’s driving the average review grade down whenever it is mentioned. But aside from that, its the shaver is rather good.

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