Philips beard/stubble trimmer Series 3000 (model QT4005/13) Was £25.00, now half price £16.49 delivered @ Philips.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Philips beard/stubble trimmer Series 3000 (model QT4005/13) Was £25.00, now half price £16.49 delivered @ Philips.co.uk

£16.49 @ Philips
Currently half price on the Philips website, £25+ everywhere else -0.5-mm precision settings -Stainless steel blades -45 mins cordless use/10 hr charge Free shipping with an order over £30… Read More
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7m, 2h agoFound 7 months, 2 hours ago
Currently half price on the Philips website, £25+ everywhere else

-0.5-mm precision settings

-Stainless steel blades

-45 mins cordless use/10 hr charge

Free shipping with an order over £30

Newer and better version with longer lasting battery/quicker charging here @ £25 - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-QT4013-23-Beard-Trimmer/dp/B00VTTC44Q
- Fagol
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#1
Excellent find and price. I bought the series 1000 one last week for £19.99 and that was a good deal. Wish I'd waited! Hey ho! :)
#2
Great price for this. Thanks OP.
#3
>45 mins cordless use/10 hr charge

What the hell? Seems very inefficient.
#4
Fagol
>45 mins cordless use/10 hr charge

What the hell? Seems very inefficient.


Most are like that mate oO
2 Likes #5
Fagol
>45 mins cordless use/10 hr charge
What the hell? Seems very inefficient.
That's not how efficiency works.....
It is a relatively powerful device - movement requires a lot of energy in a short time period. It also makes a lot of damn noise which DOES make it inefficient. When charging though, the power input will be tiny, so it takes longer to charge the battery than to discharge it. You can get shavers and trimmers etc which will charge far far faster, I doubt they'd be any different in terms of efficiency however. Just having the battery makes the device inefficient.
#6
Very decent, I got one as gift from the wife, more of a hint then a gift maybe. At this price can't complain
#7
Quidco currently running at 13% for all purchases at Philips :D

Edited By: n3m3s1s on Nov 22, 2016 20:40
#8
Is this any good for taking long stubble off before having a shave. The trimmer on my razor can't cope!
2 Likes #9
Have this for me pubes
#10
dm79
Fagol
>45 mins cordless use/10 hr charge
What the hell? Seems very inefficient.
Most are like that mate oO

Here's the newer version at £25 - 60 minutes of cordless use after a 1-hour charge.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-QT4013-23-Beard-Trimmer/dp/B00VTTC44Q


Edited By: Fagol on Nov 22, 2016 20:53
#11
friar_chris
Fagol
>45 mins cordless use/10 hr charge
What the hell? Seems very inefficient.
That's not how efficiency works.....
It is a relatively powerful device - movement requires a lot of energy in a short time period. It also makes a lot of damn noise which DOES make it inefficient. When charging though, the power input will be tiny, so it takes longer to charge the battery than to discharge it. You can get shavers and trimmers etc which will charge far far faster, I doubt they'd be any different in terms of efficiency however. Just having the battery makes the device inefficient.

Really? This says otherwise.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-QT4013-23-Beard-Trimmer/dp/B00VTTC44Q
2 Likes #12
If it was £25, how can it be half price at £16.49?

When I went to school, half of 25 was 12.50 - I blame Brexit!
1 Like #13
ian18
If it was £25, how can it be half price at £16.49?
When I went to school, half of 25 was 12.50 - I blame Brexit!

Including delivery.
#14
This is the basic friendly version. I have this. Its an ok trimmer not the best. For 35min use you need to charge 10 hours which was a pain.
Just ordered the Philips 5000 series from boots for £39.99 with Quidco offering £10 bonus cashback.
#15
got it. like it. found it to be more robust than I-stubble
#16
I used to have this. It's a bit crap.. Invested in a better more expensive version which is far better
#17
Fagol
friar_chris
Fagol
>45 mins cordless use/10 hr charge
What the hell? Seems very inefficient.
That's not how efficiency works.....
It is a relatively powerful device - movement requires a lot of energy in a short time period. It also makes a lot of damn noise which DOES make it inefficient. When charging though, the power input will be tiny, so it takes longer to charge the battery than to discharge it. You can get shavers and trimmers etc which will charge far far faster, I doubt they'd be any different in terms of efficiency however. Just having the battery makes the device inefficient.
Really? This says otherwise.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-QT4013-23-Beard-Trimmer/dp/B00VTTC44Q
Is that the exact same model? Not that I imagine it is vastly different. Just goes to show, when someone (fagol) gets one thing wrong (inefficient), don't presume anything else they said (10hr charge) was correct. Should have check it mself, its a trimmer not a toothbrush. I was responding to their point about it being inefficient rather than their 10hr charge claim.

Edited By: friar_chris on Nov 22, 2016 21:09
#18
website is hopeless. Can't check out
1 Like #19
I'd go for the other 3000 series instead. £30 so free delivery then use code black16 for an extra 20% off bringing it down to £24 - cashback.
#20
Got one of these last year, great trimmer for cutting short hair, but mine couldn't cope and broke after trying to cut medium hair
#21
payment processing biggest pile of poo ever encountered. Now not enough stock :D
#22
I have one these and would recommend it, good price and heat added
#23
friar_chris
Fagol
friar_chris
Fagol
>45 mins cordless use/10 hr charge
What the hell? Seems very inefficient.
That's not how efficiency works.....
It is a relatively powerful device - movement requires a lot of energy in a short time period. It also makes a lot of damn noise which DOES make it inefficient. When charging though, the power input will be tiny, so it takes longer to charge the battery than to discharge it. You can get shavers and trimmers etc which will charge far far faster, I doubt they'd be any different in terms of efficiency however. Just having the battery makes the device inefficient.
Really? This says otherwise.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-QT4013-23-Beard-Trimmer/dp/B00VTTC44Q
Is that the exact same model? Not that I imagine it is vastly different. Just goes to show, when someone (fagol) gets one thing wrong (inefficient), don't presume anything else they said (10hr charge) was correct. Should have check it mself, its a trimmer not a toothbrush. I was responding to their point about it being inefficient rather than their 10hr charge claim.

Wow you took that personally. Thanks for the unsolicited attack.

60 minutes of cordless use after a 1-hour charge that is way more efficient than this. It's the newer version of this model. Think you need to look up what efficient means and how not to be so sensitive.

Anyway don't bother responding. Ignored.
#24
Big thanks OP. Been after this! <3
#25
OOS
1 Like #26
Fagol
friar_chris
Fagol
friar_chris
Fagol
>45 mins cordless use/10 hr charge
What the hell? Seems very inefficient.
That's not how efficiency works.....
It is a relatively powerful device - movement requires a lot of energy in a short time period. It also makes a lot of damn noise which DOES make it inefficient. When charging though, the power input will be tiny, so it takes longer to charge the battery than to discharge it. You can get shavers and trimmers etc which will charge far far faster, I doubt they'd be any different in terms of efficiency however. Just having the battery makes the device inefficient.
Really? This says otherwise.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-QT4013-23-Beard-Trimmer/dp/B00VTTC44Q
Is that the exact same model? Not that I imagine it is vastly different. Just goes to show, when someone (fagol) gets one thing wrong (inefficient), don't presume anything else they said (10hr charge) was correct. Should have check it mself, its a trimmer not a toothbrush. I was responding to their point about it being inefficient rather than their 10hr charge claim.
Wow you took that personally. Thanks for the unsolicited attack.
60 minutes of cordless use after a 1-hour charge that is way more efficient than this. It's the newer version of this model. Think you need to look up what efficient means and how not to be so sensitive.
Anyway don't bother responding. Ignored.

Efficiency depends on how you measure it, which is pretty subjective, in battery terms it's the amount of output for the amount of input, the fact a battery charges in an hour not 10 hours simply means you put in more current, heat it up more and reduce it's usable life, doesn't change the efficiency much (if you ignore the effect of heat on the whole chemical process). If you're a manufacturer, this is a good thing, it automatically makes a product fail sooner, since you can't replace the battery, they make more money whilst simultaneously convincing you, you've bought the better product, probably paying a premium on the price.

If on the other hand efficiency is measured as the ability to shave for 60 minutes, every 2 hours, then the 10 hour charge time is pretty inefficient.

I've got a Philips beard trimmer, the 45 minute run time, for 4 hour charge time on mine, is enough to get my beard trimmed twice a week for a month or so, that's all I require - I've never measured the either run or charge time. A 10 hour charge time wouldn't be a problem, since I always have more than 10 hours between shaving. Incidentally mine will run when charging so in an emergency I can still shave.

mike


Edited By: mbuckhurst on Nov 23, 2016 00:55: spelling
#27
Fagol
friar_chris
Fagol
friar_chris
Fagol
>45 mins cordless use/10 hr charge
What the hell? Seems very inefficient.
That's not how efficiency works.....
It is a relatively powerful device - movement requires a lot of energy in a short time period. It also makes a lot of damn noise which DOES make it inefficient. When charging though, the power input will be tiny, so it takes longer to charge the battery than to discharge it. You can get shavers and trimmers etc which will charge far far faster, I doubt they'd be any different in terms of efficiency however. Just having the battery makes the device inefficient.
Really? This says otherwise.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-QT4013-23-Beard-Trimmer/dp/B00VTTC44Q
Is that the exact same model? Not that I imagine it is vastly different. Just goes to show, when someone (fagol) gets one thing wrong (inefficient), don't presume anything else they said (10hr charge) was correct. Should have check it mself, its a trimmer not a toothbrush. I was responding to their point about it being inefficient rather than their 10hr charge claim.
Wow you took that personally. Thanks for the unsolicited attack.
60 minutes of cordless use after a 1-hour charge that is way more efficient than this. It's the newer version of this model. Think you need to look up what efficient means and how not to be so sensitive.
Anyway don't bother responding. Ignored.
?
Personally?
Attack?
Now you've got completely b@+$h!+ mental, I'll have to personally attack. You are actually thick.
Start your education here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrlDMZQtzoU
Efficiency has nothing to do with charge time except in your tiny head.
When you are wrong, you need to realise you are wrong. Hence the reply. I'm soo not sensitive, but I will take that personally. Are you still confused?

Edited By: friar_chris on Nov 22, 2016 22:45: .
#28
*grabs popcorn*
What time does the show start?
#29
Has anyone received theirs? My order is showing up on PayPal, but I've had no email confirmation.
#30
donkeydavid
Has anyone received theirs? My order is showing up on PayPal, but I've had no email confirmation.


Same mate, I've asked for a refund. It's pretty shoddy service on Philips' behalf, they don't have an option to cancel on the site, the order has been processing for days.

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