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phillips one blade £23.32 @ Boots - free c&c

£23.32 @ Boots
may not appeal to all but the phillips one blade is at a very good price in boots at the moment. basic model is £23.32 usual price £34.99 several models in between but top range one is £53.32 usu… Read More
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9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago
may not appeal to all but the phillips one blade is at a very good price in boots at the moment.
basic model is £23.32 usual price £34.99
several models in between but top range one is
£53.32 usual price £79.99.
may be a bit pricey for some but if you intend to get one why not save some money on it 1 model is £65 in Tesco £43.32 in boots.
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9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago
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#1
£30 in Morrisons
#2
OOS online but its actually a cracking shaver. use it like a normal razor and it gives a close enough shave with minimal burn. waterproof too.
#3
Good price, but why not DE razor shave?
7 Likes #4
If you bear in mind that this has only 1 blade, It's better value buying from Amazon as it's £29.99 and includes a spare blade. A spare blade costs £11.99, and will need replacing at least once every 4 months.
1 Like #5
I went into 2 Boots stores at the weekend and they didn't even seem to sell them! Went online later on and got a better deal off Amazon (extra blade)
1 Like #6
What's the difference/benefits against an ordinary trimmer?
1 Like #7
Anybody have any hands on experience of these please? Read a couple of reviews online but I'm always a little suspicious of new product reviews posted on retailers websites
#8
simonhawking
What's the difference/benefits against an ordinary trimmer?


this gives a better "clean shave" than a regular trimmer
#9
chill
Anybody have any hands on experience of these please? Read a couple of reviews online but I'm always a little suspicious of new product reviews posted on retailers websites


its very good, can't feel the blade against the skin at all, no irritation, no cuts, only negative for some is that it doesn't give a completely clean shave like a normal blade would, but that is not its purpose
1 Like #10
It's not a razor shave. If you need razor close don't buy this....however I bought one because I like to keep my facial hair neat and trim. You have various comb lengths and can define accurately with the shaver. It does get nice and close almost smooth but it's awesome for trimming styling.
#11
I really like mine!
3 Likes #12
Ball friendly?
#13
arjun311
Ball friendly?

yeah aha
#14
good this
1 Like #15
Tried mine earlier. Not shaved in 2 weeks (my regular shaver broke) and it is brilliant! I always get a rash on a sensitive part of my neck and all the shavers I've owned (Braun, Panasonic, Remington and even Philips) have pulled at the hairs but this one didn't. I was amazed how it got through the thick hair. It was the most comfortable shave I've ever had. One of the best purchases I've made.
#16
I agree a great shaver.
#17
It's also worth knowing that the cheapest version takes 8 hours to charge and the 2nd cheapest version takes just 4 hours to charge
#18
Top of the range one is £49.99 on Amazon
#19
I've never been able to use an electric shaver, I got this for my birthday and I will also say it's a brilliant shaver, still though, for ultra sensitive skin which I believe I may have, it still leaves me all irritated, better than past shavers I have used.
1 Like #20
donslibi
Good price, but why not DE razor shave?
Same cheaper and I prefer it.
#21
Same price at Argos
#22
H
waynester21
I went into 2 Boots stores at the weekend and they didn't even seem to sell them! Went online later on and got a better deal off Amazon (extra blade)


Had same issue, but asked an assistant & for whatever reason a lit of stores are keeping them behind the till counters.
#23
donslibi
Good price, but why not DE razor shave?


sounds dangerous!
#24
soulman123
donslibi
Good price, but why not DE razor shave?
sounds dangerous!

That's what I thought until I started a couple of months ago. Feather blades combined with Tabac or Zirh shaving creams and aftershave lotions... now there's no turning back :)

PS a good starter razor is this:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Jagen-David-®-B30-Butterfly/dp/B01IE53SR4?th=1&psc=1
1 Like #25
Has anyone used this in comparison to the i-stubble? Is it not essentially the same thing just in a smaller package with a more regular shaped, razor-like head?

The thing that impresses me from the videos is the apparent lack of irritation which I still get with the i-stubble when I pass it over my neck
2 Likes #26
donslibi
soulman123
donslibi
Good price, but why not DE razor shave?
sounds dangerous!

That's what I thought until I started a couple of months ago. Feather blades combined with Tabac or Zirh shaving creams and aftershave lotions... now there's no turning back :)

PS a good starter razor is this:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Jagen-David-®-B30-Butterfly/dp/B01IE53SR4?th=1&psc=1


hmmm convinced and gone for this one. looks good. I cannot believe I've spent and evening reading about shaving and watching YouTube lol
#27
If you are thinking of buying the cheap model as per op, I found this to be my choice as it is a better buy than Boots, even with the Boots discount:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01FFSI84Q/ref=pe_385721_146208781_TE_item

In stock, second model up, so faster charge time, 4 trimmers, extra blade, worth £11.... £34.99.

Big plus..... It's Amazon.... If I don't like it, I can return it with no hassles.
#28
Should be getting this delivered today but form Amazon for £29 comes with an extra blade.
1 Like #29
Hi all.

By way of an update, mine arrived today.

I am very impressed with it.

I normally wet shave, only go down with the bristle, as I always get shaving rash.

Using this, going down, then up, I got a closer shave then wet, no rash, and was able to very tidily trim my beard. It is great for shaping.

Personally, I would describe it as a great jump forward in shaving technology.

I am looking forward to trying it wet with gel. I think it will be even better.
1 Like #30
i got one today and can honestly say it beats any electric shaver hands down, also its just as smooth as a wet shave, im well impressed.
#31
I got the top price one £79.99 down to £53. Very, very happy partner. No rash, easy & quick shave. This one has adjustable heads for styling stubble etc.
Overall very impressed
#32
Tested mine out I got cut a bit I'm not sure if its because i may have some raised skin follicles or i pushed too hard down.

I will try it again all over and maybe wet or with gel. It does cut close though.
#33
Got this yesterday and I'm not impressed very painful as it pulls hair.I should have known better and will stick with my Wahl baldfader as it does a great job but obviously not cordless

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