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Phillips Lumea IPL 2006/11 @ £295.00 + 10% off when purchased before 5th January EMDEC10 @ Boots

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#1
Wtf is tha? Heat added lol
#2
Wow, I'm on it. Straight down there tomorrow. oO
1 Like #3
I thought it was a hair dryer for 300 quid. X)
6 Likes #4
Would probably be a bad idea to try and use this as a hair dryer!
#5
is it the most recent model of phillips ipl? is there any better/newer available?
thanks
#6
Worth every penny!!
#7
I bought it for the same price before Christmas - just hoping it works as only just started using it!
#8
nice bit of kit…
#9
How much is it normally?
#10
Extravagant purchase when shaving is free. But the reviews are good so am going for it. Thanks OP. Not a bad price with quidco and boots points too.
#11
Ordered. Thanks.
2 Likes #12
Not the cheapest..It was £230 23rd Nov'14 @ Amazon Lighting deals. Fingers crossed will come soon but good price in the meantime.
4 Likes #13
How is shaving free?
#14
Good price
#15
I bought it last year in may for £230 in boots plus double point of advantage card.... I used it for a bit now and results are not as it says on box... Need to use it ever two weeks and shave too
#16
I read all the reviews I could find for this type of tech/device...

All inconclusive, manufacturers got clever and now avoid saying it is a permanent hair removal...

All in all, seem like one of those devices you use a few times and end up in the drawer.
2 Likes #17
MaximusRo
I read all the reviews I could find for this type of tech/device...

All inconclusive, manufacturers got clever and now avoid saying it is a permanent hair removal...

All in all, seem like one of those devices you use a few times and end up in the drawer.

This is the most detailed review you will find on this.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/review/R3FFGR38BHVXDA/ref=cm_cr_dp_title?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00IJX7530&channel=detail-glance&nodeID=65801031&store=drugstore
#18
adi0604
MaximusRo
I read all the reviews I could find for this type of tech/device...

All inconclusive, manufacturers got clever and now avoid saying it is a permanent hair removal...

All in all, seem like one of those devices you use a few times and end up in the drawer.

This is the most detailed review you will find on this.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/review/R3FFGR38BHVXDA/ref=cm_cr_dp_title?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00IJX7530&channel=detail-glance&nodeID=65801031&store=drugstore
And that is coming from a customer that got the device for free to test it (at £500 at the time)... I am not saying is not an honest review, but probably there is a slight shadow of doubt...

Edited By: MaximusRo on Jan 07, 2015 18:55
#19
100DECPD add this code to get it for £285. Not sure how long the deal is valid for but definitely the best deal at the moment.
#20
greatminds
Extravagant purchase when shaving is free. But the reviews are good so am going for it. Thanks OP. Not a bad price with quidco and boots points too.

Free??? You borrow a razor and spit?
#21
MaximusRo
I read all the reviews I could find for this type of tech/device...

All inconclusive, manufacturers got clever and now avoid saying it is a permanent hair removal...

All in all, seem like one of those devices you use a few times and end up in the drawer.

I can second this. Bought one for the missus last year. She fits the bill in terms of hair type.

After 6 months she saw little change. The thing ended up under the bed never to be seen again
#22
MaximusRo
adi0604
MaximusRo
I read all the reviews I could find for this type of tech/device...

All inconclusive, manufacturers got clever and now avoid saying it is a permanent hair removal...

All in all, seem like one of those devices you use a few times and end up in the drawer.

This is the most detailed review you will find on this.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/review/R3FFGR38BHVXDA/ref=cm_cr_dp_title?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00IJX7530&channel=detail-glance&nodeID=65801031&store=drugstore
And that is coming from a customer that got the device for free to test it (at £500 at the time)... I am not saying is not an honest review, but probably there is a slight shadow of doubt...


I've always seen mixed reviews for these types of things - I think part of it is down to people spending a lot of money and expecting great results quickly, when you've really got to stick with it. It's good for people who would normally go to a salon to get this sort of stuff done, but for all others it's probably not worth it :/
#23
Maybe add a description?
#24
Don't rate windows phones especially Phillips bad design. Iphone all the way.
#25
mnet
is it the most recent model of phillips ipl? is there any better/newer available?
thanks
+1 ?
#26
My wife went for professional IPL and the results were not great after about 12 sessions she moved to Laser. The difference is massive, and the laser is far more permanent.

She tried a couple of different IPL places, and used different machines, all with the same poor results. That was using big professional machines and in the last couple of years, so I really dont think this hand held device will live up to claims.

From my wife's results, if you want a hair free body, go for laser and don't waste your money elsewhere.

For info, my wife fits the recommended demographic for this as well, white skin, brown hair.
1 Like #27
Good for meds. Im greek and this worked straight away. You need very dark hair for it to be effective. The darker the hair, the more light anbsorbed into the follicle. Its patchy, and it demonstrates place which i didnt go over.
#28
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#29
muckspreader1
Don't rate windows phones especially Phillips bad design. Iphone all the way.

Hilarious :\
#30
smellyonion
Good for meds. Im greek and this worked straight away. You need very dark hair for it to be effective. The darker the hair, the more light anbsorbed into the follicle. Its patchy, and it demonstrates place which i didnt go over.
I used to know this Greek girl. She could've done with this machine in the 90s...
#31
I went for salon laser and used this lumea for maintenance (no hair removal is permanent). Works for me but you do need to use it regularly and don't expect miracles. Heat added.
#32
I used this on my balls ... Awesome
#33
Who comes up with theses names for products? I I'd have called this the "Beaver Blaster 2000" or something.....
#34
Other possible name "Growler Groomer"
#35
Snatch shaper
#36
**** mower
#37
Expensive ray gun

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