A cased Philips Philishave 7743 electric shaver, produced between 1951 and 1957. It is encased in cream coloured urea formaldehyde and was known as The Eitje, or little egg because of its ergonomic design. This was the first shaver with two shaving heads. In 1939 Philips introduced the first razor that used rotating cutting lades rather than reciprocating cutters. The triple shaver head models were introduced in 1966. This example includes a light fitting adaptor.