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FREE personalised Razor & Shave Gel (£2.00 delivery and membership costs) @ O2 Priority/Cornerstone

£2.00 @ O2 Priority
Try the razor that’s changing shaving! In the last 12 months over 100,000 men in the UK have joined Cornerstone. Thanks to O2, you can join them & get their award-winning personally-engraved razor & … Read More
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
Try the razor that’s changing shaving! In the last 12 months over 100,000 men in the UK have joined Cornerstone. Thanks to O2, you can join them & get their award-winning personally-engraved razor & shave gel sent to your door – for free.

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When you sign up for your free trial you will receive an engraved razor and shave gel. You will also be asked to select which combination of products from the Cornerstone range you would like to be sent to you after your trial ends. If you do not wish to continue with Cornerstone you can pause or cancel your plan at any time. You are not obligated to enter into contract. This offer is valid between 14/11/16 - 12/12/16. This offer applies to UK residents only. Offer applies to first time Cornerstone customers only. Offer not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. One offer redemption per household. Applicant must be aged 16 or over. £2 postage and packing apply. Cornerstone is a membership service – when you take your free trial you must select when you would like your next box to be sent. You do not have to continue with your subscription. You are not tied to any contract – you may pause or cancel your subscription at any time. When they're gone, they're gone.
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#1
£2 postage and its a membership programme so remember to cancel
#2
its not free, you have to pay p&p and also sign up to subscription service with them
#3
kathrynt
£2 postage and its a membership programme so remember to cancel


My bad, post amended :)
#4
How easy is it to cancel subscription?
banned#5
NOT FREE £2 postage and packing apply.
3 Likes #6
jasmineinlondon
NOT FREE £2 postage and packing apply.


Alright calm down. It's technically is free though. Just got to pay p&p. Be ideal as a small gift for anyone at Christmas
banned 1 Like #7
caironjake
jasmineinlondon
NOT FREE £2 postage and packing apply.
Alright calm down. It's technically is free though. Just got to pay p&p. Be ideal as a small gift for anyone at Christmas

I'm very calm, it just is NOT a freebie.
banned#8
thanks mods for moving it to deals
1 Like #9
caironjake
jasmineinlondon
NOT FREE £2 postage and packing apply.
Alright calm down. It's technically is free though. Just got to pay p&p. Be ideal as a small gift for anyone at Christmas
it's a £2 razor with free postage
#10
Has anyone actually tried these? It keeps popping up on my Facebook every now and then. Not sure how you can reinvent the wheel but hey ho.
#11
dataload
caironjake
jasmineinlondon
NOT FREE £2 postage and packing apply.
Alright calm down. It's technically is free though. Just got to pay p&p. Be ideal as a small gift for anyone at Christmas
it's a £2 razor with free postage


Tell that to O2
banned#12
dataload
caironjake
jasmineinlondon
NOT FREE £2 postage and packing apply.
Alright calm down. It's technically is free though. Just got to pay p&p. Be ideal as a small gift for anyone at Christmas
it's a £2 razor with free postage
haha exactly
2 Likes #13
I found the blades went blunt very quickly
#14
rama26285
Has anyone actually tried these? It keeps popping up on my Facebook every now and then. Not sure how you can reinvent the wheel but hey ho.

I would love to find a cheaper alternative to the big brands that have somehow got ultra expensive for a small piece of metal. Alas there aren't upto the job at least if you have tough hairs you don't get a lot of use and they seem to get clogged easier. Worth a try though
#15
I tried these on a different deal. The blades are razor sharp at first but do blunt very quickly, however for the cost of trying them it's worth it. Cancelled mine in about ten seconds online. Told them it didn't agree with my skin and that was it. Just a shame you can't use the handle with anything but their blades as it's a nice weighty handle with my initials on it :-)
1 Like #16
Gillette Mach 3. Nothing beats it.
#17
jj584143
rama26285
Has anyone actually tried these? It keeps popping up on my Facebook every now and then. Not sure how you can reinvent the wheel but hey ho.
I would love to find a cheaper alternative to the big brands that have somehow got ultra expensive for a small piece of metal. Alas there aren't upto the job at least if you have tough hairs you don't get a lot of use and they seem to get clogged easier. Worth a try though
Have you tried the razorpit on Amazon? It extends the life of my blades by 2-3x minimum, i also rinse my blades under a shower whilst shaving to prevent them getting clogged, it doesnt actually sharpen the blade just cleans the residue on the edge. Worth a try :)
Amazon Razorpit
#18
qwerta369
Gillette Mach 3. Nothing beats it.


10p /blade to make £3+ to sell. Even increased the price by 25% by reducing the number of blades in a pack by 1! whats not to like!!! lol
2 Likes #19
rama26285
Has anyone actually tried these? It keeps popping up on my Facebook every now and then. Not sure how you can reinvent the wheel but hey ho.
Yes - they are well packaged and marketed however not that great. Rubbish build quality and the razors do not last that long - and I only shave twice a week! I would say - quality on par with disposables...
1 Like #20
The shaver isn't that great. I like the design and the skin products are good, but the actual razors are kind of flat and cause irritation. I tried another Boldking which is better. I think the mainstream ones are the best even though expensive as they have huge R&D budget to perfect their designs
1 Like #21
I have to shave every a day as part of being a soldier, sometimes twice. I have been trying this out for a few months and I'm truly impressed by it. I have extremely sensitive skin and get a red, blotchy and itchy neck when I use Gillette, but have had no issues with this razor.

I now use a Phillips one blade to start of with and then use this to finish it off, my partner also has 4 separate razors and uses my spare one of these for her legs as she prefers it.

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