Philips Nivea Coolskin HS8060 Moisturizing Rotary Shaving System rrp £150. Now only £64.99 delivered at Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Philips Nivea Coolskin HS8060 Moisturizing Rotary Shaving System rrp £150. Now only £64.99 delivered at Amazon

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Product Features * Enriched formula with vitamins and chamomile to condition your skin and support a healthy look * Philips Cool Skin shavers comes with an improved Nivea for Men emulsion … Read More
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Product Features

* Enriched formula with vitamins and chamomile to condition your skin and support a healthy look
* Philips Cool Skin shavers comes with an improved Nivea for Men emulsion
* Simply pump the Nivea for Men shaving conditioner from the refill can directly into the Cool Skin shaver
* Equipped with dual blade system to give you ultra close shave
* Flex Tracker automatically tracks the curves of your face and helps to protect against skin irritation
* The shaving heads have unique Glide Rings to help the shaver move smoothly over your face
* Anti-slip grip panel : Advanced layered rubber with integrated foil
* Waterproof
* Click & Go Refill System
* Quick charging
* Automatic conditioner dosing
* Silent power
* Automatic selection 100-240V
* Rechargeable Li-ion battery
* Charge indication
* Electronic Features
* Battery full and low indication
* Travel lock Lacquer
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#1
RRP: £150

yeh right lol
#2
Price comes down to £63.61 if you use the LOWERVAT code.
#3
where can we find this code??
#4
I got mine last week from additions using the £30 off code for £47.xx
I had been waiting ages to get one at a good price because the reviews were great and my old Braun was giving up the ghost. I was really excited (sad I know!) to start using it.
Oh dear!! Really disappointed with it and will be sending it back as it simply does not do the job
and in my mind is not suitable for the job it was bought for.
It feels like a toy, has no power and my face is a mess. It doesn't give a close shave and it has ripped the hell out of my neck. Despite using loads of Nivea it is bleeding like crazy and I am spending twice the time shaving to get half the result.
I know it can take a while to become used to a new shaver but I will bleed to death if I persist with this thing! Think I will go for a Braun Pulsonic instead.
Only buy it if you know you can return it - Philips apparently do not offer a money back guarantee on this but I have emailed them for their comments. I guess they would lose money if they did!
#5
robot1000
RRP: £150

yeh right lol


I have seen it near this price, especially before last Christmas. Strangely, it dropped down to about 'half price' just before, and has done the same this year. Uncanny.

Good shaver though. I only know the above, cos I got one last year. The 'moisturiser' is more of a lubricant - oo'er - but it's very cooling and I actually look forward to using it.. Don't know what redmoorphil's been using his for except trying to remove his whole face., but I've found mine to be a pleasure to use, and much more effective than any other electric razor I ever used.
#6
Same price at Boots and can get lots of boots points too :)
#7
Good price but I was bought one of these last Christmas and I was a bit disappointed. Its a close shave but very messy to use. It doesn't collect the shavings like other Philishave models.
#8
Bought at £80 a fair few months ago and despite persisting with it I consider it a waste of money. Once I have shaved with it I have to finish off with my old cheap razor.
#9
Agree with above. I was disappointed with the razor. It takes ages to shave, is not close and is as messy as having a wet shave. Can't see the point of it!
#10
Any recommendations for shavers instead of this then, if the general consensus is it's a bit naff? Cheers!
#12
[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="4"][COLOR="Red"]Yeah i bought one earlier this year and its a waste of money.

When you think about, whats the point of squirting a cream onto the blades AS you shave, so that it is immeduately removed. You actually wnat to apply a lotion/oil beofre shaving!

So i used up my coolskin cattridge, and never got another. Actually i do find its ok if i use a shaving oil

But dont pay the money for these coolskin shavers, they are just trying to get you buying the cartridges at about £10 month

AVOID![/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT]
#13
I bought this model about 6 months ago for this price (little less with an Amazon voucher I had sitting around), after having a previous nivea model which I used for days between having a wet shave usually I wasn't all that impressed with this one. One thing that's pointed out by another poster is it doesn't collect the shavings, they just fall out of the back unless you use lots of nivea where I presume they just clog up inside the head till you wash it.

With my old one I could just have a quick dry shave if I wanted without using the balm, this one I need to stand over the basin if I do this or it just falls out all over you. I like the size and shape but have to agree it doesn't give me a close shave, usually missing bits unless I apply lots of pressure.
#14
Wow bargain,

heated up a bit :)
#15
kramer2088;3589733
[FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=4][COLOR=red]Yeah i bought one earlier this year and its a waste of money.[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT]

[SIZE=4][FONT=Comic Sans MS][COLOR=red]When you think about, whats the point of squirting a cream onto the blades AS you shave, so that it is immeduately removed. You actually wnat to apply a lotion/oil beofre shaving![/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE]

[SIZE=4][FONT=Comic Sans MS][COLOR=red]So i used up my coolskin cattridge, and never got another. Actually i do find its ok if i use a shaving oil[/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE]

[SIZE=4][FONT=Comic Sans MS][COLOR=red]But dont pay the money for these coolskin shavers, they are just trying to get you buying the cartridges at about £10 month[/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE]

[SIZE=4][FONT=Comic Sans MS][COLOR=red]AVOID![/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE]

I bought this to use as a normal shaver and it's fabulous. I've never or will never use the Nivea cartridges.

I bought a spare from Boots with my ad points. Still £73 I think.
#16
mercurystar999
Agree with above. I was disappointed with the razor. It takes ages to shave, is not close and is as messy as having a wet shave. Can't see the point of it!


Can't agree less, to be honest. Seems someone needs to come in and say something positive about this!

I actually got a cheaper version of this one a few months ago and I ain't even slightly tempted to go back to wet shaving. This thing is quick, holds a massive amount of charge (used every day, I have to charge it once every two weeks or so) and is as close to a wet shave as I've gotten from an electric.

I thought the moisturiser was a bit of a gimmick before I got this too... it is actually awesome and helps to make it a cleaner, closer shave.

The main advantage of this one as well is that you can just wash it out under a tap after using it, which is awesome. Far far better than having to remove the cap end and clean it out with a dry brush effort of other shavers.

I say HOT.
#17
Electric shavers are a waste of money. People think they'll pay for themselves in the long run.
Iv spent 3 pounds on razors in the past year, three packs of Bic one blades. They do the same job as any expensive razor and the blades last for about a dozen shaves.
#18
Just seen this in Asda in Hyde for £40

said to girlfriend what a waste of time no point - i would never use

she said great - now i gotta take yours back - it was an xmas present lol

there is no way i am paying £5 for that tiny bloody lubricator u need

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