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Philips AquaTouch AT899 Wet and Dry Men's Electric Shaver £29.99 @ Amazon

£29.99 @ Amazon
Price has dropped to £29.99 I could collect a £4 voucher to get it for £25.99 but i'm not sure if everyone can collect the voucher. Tesco £37.99 Boots £49.99 Argos £39.99 A comfortable smooth sh… Read More
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4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago
Price has dropped to £29.99 I could collect a £4 voucher to get it for £25.99 but i'm not sure if everyone can collect the voucher.
Tesco £37.99
Boots £49.99
Argos £39.99
A comfortable smooth shave whether used wet or dry
90% less nicks and cuts vs razor blades*
Triple head shaver follows the contours of your face for a gentle yet close shave
Fully washable with QuickRinse system for optimal hygiene
8 hour charge provides 45 minutes of shaving time - that's about 14 shaves

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#1
How much do these normally retail at?
#2
FTCom
How much do these normally retail at?


Ignore that, just been online and had a quick look... looks good, on the look out for two Wet and Dry Shavers...
#3
great price, but slow to charge
#4
No trimmer, 8 hours to charge, no quick charge.
#5
Its ok for price (for £10 more i bought an 1 hour charge and also had a trimmer bit)
#6
walpolecherie
Its ok for price (for £10 more i bought an 1 hour charge and also had a trimmer bit)
link?
#7
sup_aa
walpolecherie
Its ok for price (for £10 more i bought an 1 hour charge and also had a trimmer bit)
link?
I just went get link off my tesco order - the one i bought now £130 !!!oO
#8
Voucher has disappeared
#9
8 hour charge is awful.
#10
I have this. pay 10 more for trimmer and fast charge. mine now needs blades which cost the same as a new 1!
2 Likes #11
I've had this shaver for 2 years. Don't worry too much about the 8 hour charge. I charge mine once every 1-2 months and it works brilliantly. Blades last 2 years too.

Heat :)
#12
This is the worst shave I've ever had. Takes hours to charge and then even longer to shave. Struggles with anything other than 5 O Clock shadow.
1 Like #13
FantaPants6661
I've had this shaver for 2 years. Don't worry too much about the 8 hour charge. I charge mine once every 1-2 months and it works brilliantly. Blades last 2 years too.
Heat :)

I don't get the issue with the charge time personally, my OH would put his on charge and walk away from it until the next morning anyway.

themadgoose
This is the worst shave I've ever had. Takes hours to charge and then even longer to shave. Struggles with anything other than 5 O Clock shadow.

Over all it has good reviews :)
#14
Funnily enough, I saw these on Approved Food last night (AT899 replacement heads) http://store.approvedfood.co.uk/men/philips_dual_precision_hq850_replacement_shaving_heads__for_at899-214373-p

£9.99, might be useful to someone. Of course you have to factor in delivery (there was a £5 off delivery code recently but it expired yesterday).
1 Like #15
I have one of these I have had it for about 9 months now and its fantastic

Fully waterproof so easy to use in the shower and shaves brilliantly dry aswell, easy to clean with Philishave cleaning spray from Boots for £4 and it keeps it smelling lovely and fresh too!

http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n165/crazylegsdude/IMG_20161217_191718071_zpsjrezt9kn.jpg

Yes it takes around 8-10 hours to charge, so I just leave it overnight and jobs a good-un, remember batteries that have fast charge don't last no longer than about 150 charge cycles, the high amperage needed to charge in an hour destroys the life of the battery, whereas slow charging a battery keeps it in great condition and will recharge at least 500 cycles before it reaches the end of its life..
Lots of people don't know this and never take this into account!




Edited By: crazylegs on Dec 17, 2016 19:19
#16
SCOUSEKEVIN
8 hour charge is awful.

In what way? Any normal person would simply leave it on charge overnight, so there's no inconvenience.

I have a slightly older model with a trimmer, and being able to wash it out under the tap is extremely useful.
#17
OnPoint
FantaPants6661
I've had this shaver for 2 years. Don't worry too much about the 8 hour charge. I charge mine once every 1-2 months and it works brilliantly. Blades last 2 years too.
Heat :)

I don't get the issue with the charge time personally, my OH would put his on charge and walk away from it until the next morning anyway.

themadgoose
This is the worst shave I've ever had. Takes hours to charge and then even longer to shave. Struggles with anything other than 5 O Clock shadow.

Over all it has good reviews :)


Exactly this.
#18
mikerj
SCOUSEKEVIN
8 hour charge is awful.
In what way? Any normal person would simply leave it on charge overnight, so there's no inconvenience.
I have a slightly older model with a trimmer, and being able to wash it out under the tap is extremely useful.
My current Philishave shaver is nearly 5 years old and charges in less than an hour. If I need to I can shave with it plugged in, you cannot do that with this model, so if its flat in the morning, when most people shave, then you are unable to shave.
#19
Thanks to the op, I bought it and another present sorted.
#20
what is this code to reduce to 25£?

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