I went to the TSA page and didn't see anything specifically on electric shavers. I assume they are allow on the carry on? Also does anyone know if electric shavers are allowed on carry on bags in Italy and Spain?
That said, what I do is fully charge my shaver between the time I last shave at home and before I depart (time permitting), and leave the cable at home. This way, it reduces the chances of x-ray operators seeing a cable near an electrical device (less chance for bag check), and I travel lighter.
Federal Aviation Administration regulations prohibit use of most portable electronic devices aboard aircraft, but they specifically exempt portable voice recorders, hearing aids, heart pacemakers and electric shavers because they donít give off signals that might interfere with aircraft systems.
Robert Crandall on American Airlines: it's a great company that does important work. But airlines are not an investment.
It's always gone carry-on. It's never been a problem. Back once in the late 90's it drew an inspection but that time I had the cable, as well as chargers for my toothbrush and cell phone and they ended up in a pile. My bag was *NOT* correctly packed, nor did I know the charge state of anything before I went--had I had time to charge stuff I would have only carried the cell phone charger.