Philishave CoolSkin HS8020 Only £39.15 @ Asda - HotUKDeals
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Philishave CoolSkin HS8020 Only £39.15 @ Asda

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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
The new philishave HS8020 with one shaving lotion cartridge at a ridiculously low price of £39.15.
The shaver is totally waterproof for use in or out of the shower and uses a new "cool skin" feature which lubricates your skin as you shave. Eliminating razor burn almost entirely.
(Ive got one and it works really well on sensitive skin)
(Online subject to delivery charge)
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#1
WoW! That is a bargain. Heat added
#2
I have this shaver & I would recommend it at this price.
#3
Recharge time 8 hours?!!! :shock:
#4
Looks good, but 8 hour recharge time is abit much for me. Ordered the Philips HQ6990 from Amazon a couple days ago for £34 - 1 hour recharge time and also works off mains. Much better imo.
#5
better than the philips imho good bargain
#6
this has always been this price (i think)
#7
You get a lot of disposable's for £40 and no 8 hours charge time :)
#8
Just to jump a bit off topic, does anyone know where to get spare mains leads for Philishaves?

I lost mine a while back and have been unable to charge it :x
#9
Oliviasdad
this has always been this price (i think)


Yup it's been this price for some weeks now, although I ended up with a better deal on another shaver from Argos. Good price still :thumbsup:
#10
i got it ok shaver ok not bad paid 35 with 3 creams in costco i think it was clearence otherwise i would hav posted it myself i took the last one, not veyr good on the neck tho and the creams expensive
#11
same price at Littlewoods
#12
Jabra
Just to jump a bit off topic, does anyone know where to get spare mains leads for Philishaves?

I lost mine a while back and have been unable to charge it :x


http://www.buyspares.co.uk/cgi-bin/catalogue.pl?section=164863&link_parent=67752&path=67747,67748&shop=philips

google is ur friend
#13
No trimmer - it is a very cut down model :-(
The HS 8040 looks much better, although not a short charge time either
#14
My mistake, I have the HS8040, so discount my earlier posting. Also, I have to agree, the 8 hour charge time is very long, BUT, presuming that they both last for similar times etc, I don't have to charge mine that often & as long as you remember to put it on overnight its fine!

Agreed, with above, its not perfect around the neck, however, it definately does the job. I have sensitive skin & I rarely have a rash around my neck, which is great, but I do get stubble later on in the afternoon
#15
I have a philips cool shave paid £100 for it a while back, great shaver. I'm thinking of getting a shaver for my lad as he nicks mine. These Philips ones all seem to be taking a slamming on price and seem like a good deal but what I cant get my head around is, where does all the hair go, dont tell me they designed this so that it falls all over your shirt!!!!!!!

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