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Philips Oneblade £9.99 @ Boots instore

£9.99 @ Boots
Boots Dartmouth, Devon. RRP 34.99, had a £15 clearance sticker but came up as £9.99 at the till. This has got rave reviews on amazon and I've used it and it's brilliant. Read More
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Boots Dartmouth, Devon. RRP 34.99, had a £15 clearance sticker but came up as £9.99 at the till. This has got rave reviews on amazon and I've used it and it's brilliant.
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#1
Nice find, there have been a couple of great deals direct from Philips but this price smokes them.
Wonder if the cost of replacement blades is putting people off. They're supposed to last a while though.
#2
Blades meant to last 4 months based on 2 shaves a week. replacement blades are about £6.50 on eBay.
#3
sossige
Blades meant to last 4 months based on 2 shaves a week. replacement blades are about £6.50 on eBay.

Cheapest I have seen on eBay is £10 each inc. postage. Spending 30 quid + for a year's blades is putting me right off :-(
#4
nihcaj
sossige
Blades meant to last 4 months based on 2 shaves a week. replacement blades are about £6.50 on eBay.
Cheapest I have seen on eBay is £10 each inc. postage. Spending 30 quid + for a year's blades is putting me right off :-(
£7 delivered

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/322228768218
#5
it was probably a return, they do not stock, so it was reduced to clear, and they forgot there was a 1/3rd off as well, will not be found in all Boots, its just a lucky find for 'sossige'
#6
Satchmo
it was probably a return, they do not stock, so it was reduced to clear, and they forgot there was a 1/3rd off as well, will not be found in all Boots, its just a lucky find for 'sossige'

There were about 7 on the shelf, all retail sealed..
#7
sossige
nihcaj
sossige
Blades meant to last 4 months based on 2 shaves a week. replacement blades are about £6.50 on eBay.
Cheapest I have seen on eBay is £10 each inc. postage. Spending 30 quid + for a year's blades is putting me right off :-(
£7 deliveredhttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/322228768218

Gone more than a week ago!
#8
nihcaj
sossige
nihcaj
sossige
Blades meant to last 4 months based on 2 shaves a week. replacement blades are about £6.50 on eBay.
Cheapest I have seen on eBay is £10 each inc. postage. Spending 30 quid + for a year's blades is putting me right off :-(
£7 deliveredhttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/322228768218
Gone more than a week ago!
Just indicative of the end prices for auctions, rather than buy it now..
#9
Merkur 34C Heavy Duty Classic Double Edge Safety Razor, and feather blades or similar, you'll never look back imo
#10
UBERC00L
Merkur 34C Heavy Duty Classic Double Edge Safety Razor, and feather blades or similar, you'll never look back imo

Explain how you trim a beard to say 1.5mm with one of them?
1 Like #11
Hope this deal is not store specific. Last I saw the one blade pack it was £12
1 Like #12
I bloody well love my OneBlade. Cheaper to run than a Gillette I believe!
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nihcaj
UBERC00L
Merkur 34C Heavy Duty Classic Double Edge Safety Razor, and feather blades or similar, you'll never look back imo
Explain how you trim a beard to say 1.5mm with one of them?
Carefully
#14
Excellent price. Wife bought me one with the upgraded battery and I've used it daily and only had to charge twice fully since May!

I just lightly trim daily rather than full shave. Will need a new blade soon I think as it takes slightly longer than with new to get the same excellent results.

Edited By: lovelybeer on Sep 01, 2016 22:38
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UBERC00L
Merkur 34C Heavy Duty Classic Double Edge Safety Razor, and feather blades or similar, you'll never look back imo

To be fair, that's a completely different market from this (or electric shavers, or Gillette so-many-blades heads). I'm sure a "traditional" razor gives a closer/cleaner/etc. shave, but if I used one with the amount of effort I want to put into shaving in the morning, I'd end up in hospital. I tried getting the whole outfit, nice badger brush with a little bowl of fancy soap so I can spend time swirling it around and making lather, but it wasn't for me. I don't think I'm alone in saying that I don't shave because I enjoy it, I do it because I'm expected to vaguely cut off enough every morning that nobody thinks I slept in these clothes.
#16
Bought 50 to sell on for profit

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