Philips HQ6990 6900 Series Rechargeable Rotary Male Shaver 35.66 @ amazon - HotUKDeals
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Been looking for a shave for ages, but I won`t pay silly money when you can wait and get it for over half the price. Found this one on Amazon, Deals of the Week, mains & rechargeable - half an hour shaving for only an hours recharging, none of this 8 hours waiting business.

The dual blade system in Philips HQ6990 lifts hairs to cut comfortably below skin level.
Reflex Action system in Philips HQ6990 automatically adjusts to every curve of your face and neck.
Full width, pop-up trimmer in Philips HQ6990 shaver is perfect for grooming sideburns and mustache.
The ergonomically designed grip of Philips HQ6990 enables easy handling for a comfortable shave.
1 Hour of charging for up to 30 mins of shaving
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#1
Can anyone tell me how to add a pic please? Thanks
#2
Good price for the "rotary" males out
there and us "normal" sized ones as
well. The quick recharge is a worthy
feature.
#3
This was mentioned the other day in this thread: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/678318/philips-hq6970-6900-series-rotary-r

Not sure if you had read that beforehand or not, but unless you want the additional extras - the lower spec model is available for £23.
#4
Scaurus5
Can anyone tell me how to add a pic please? Thanks


Upload a pic to a pic hosting site such as [url]www.tinypic.com[/url] and copy the URL, to edit the first post.
#5
EDIT* Double Post Grr =/
#6
Thanks a lot for the tips.

The lower spec isnt mains & takes 8 hours to recharge though, but might help somebody here.
1 Like #7
Yeah I saw that on the other thread which is why I personally would have gone for this model :)

It's all down to needs and wants really. It's just a shame they couldn't lower it further to bring it a little closer to the 6970 price.

In any case I'm a manual shaver myself, but I do have my lazy days (such as now!).
#8
SamuraiHQ
Yeah I saw that on the other thread which is why I personally would have gone for this model :)

It's all down to needs and wants really. It's just a shame they couldn't lower it further to bring it a little closer to the 6970 price.

In any case I'm a manual shaver myself, but I do have my lazy days (such as now!).


I tried a manual shave for my first ever shave
and became an "Instant Bathroom Blood Donor"
Suffice to say that even though they are less
efficient I stick with a Philips now. It keeps me
away from Casualty.,
#9
Good trimmer, got one when it was £20 or so over xmas. Still a good price, not as close as a razor, but good for day to day use.
#10
I've got one of these and would certainly recommend.
#11
This is utter garbage on thick stubble. Bought this about a year ago to try out a rotary, had to shave over and over again. Ended up with a scabby face.Worst shaver I've ever used. Amazed this gets good reviews, only people with bum fluff would be able to use this.

Took it back and got a Panasonic Wet and Dry electric razor, works great wet, no irritation whatsoever.
#12
[email protected] got this one and the quick recharge is a welcome feature especially on a monday morning
#13
I also bought one of these when Amazon had them reduce to £21 at the turn of the year.

I am happy with it, but not really a bargain at £35.66.
#14
around this price in quite a few places
£33.33 at shavers.co.uk
£34.69 at Electrical 123

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