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Let me put some excuses before i post..
- this could be store specific
- this could have expired already
- Not worth to go & check.. but if your house or office is near to a boots store, plz have a look

But still worth a try :)

I've seen Gillette Fusion clearance sale in Boots especially in south east store and one of the Greenford store. Excellent value if you get one of this.
12 Fusion Blades + Razor with one blade -> £10
15 Mach 3 + after shave -> £10
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#1
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#2
dont bother checking loughborough or Leicester boots i already have!!
1 Like #3
I nearly bought these at full price yesterday.....good find. Phew that was a close shave!!!!!!
#4
£20 online
#5
i'hv bought this last Saturday in Liverpool Boots for £20 !!!
:x
#6
£19.99 in Tesco last week.
#7
Great find if you can get it, bargain.
#8
Nice one

H+R
#9
agree hotdeal, if u can find it. cheers
#10
Good price so voted hot but said it before, will say it again (or rather will link to previous post)
Gillette are an absolutely sodding ripoff and you're better off having a proper shave
While you're at Boots looking for one of these sets, with the money you save on the (horribly overpriced) RRP why not also pickup Boots' basic safety razor and a pack of blades for it - It'll only be a few quid or so, so you'll STILL be saving money and you can then compare the shaves you get and the price you paid.
#11
These are £20 in Boots at Shirley, Solihull. Checked yesterday.
#12
I thought £20 for this in tesco was good!
#13
None in south wales : (
1 Like #14
castortroy
None in south wales : (


You've checked all of South Wales? Impressive...
#15
does anyone know if there's stock in london?

i looked at westfield 2 weeks ago and there were none left.
#16
Has anyone ever managed to buy a pack of 4 blades and got them to last 3 MONTHS or 8 blades for 6 MONTHS because I haven't, am i doing it wrong!!

How can they market this on the packaging when it isn't true??

:x
#17
slowboat2china
Has anyone ever managed to buy a pack of 4 blades and got them to last 3 MONTHS or 8 blades for 6 MONTHS because I haven't, am i doing it wrong!!

How can they market this on the packaging when it isn't true??

:x


My hubby goes through these like he really need 1 blade a week, easy, I guess it would be true if you were a teen or only had bum fluff, no good for manly men:thumbsup:
#18
berba 5-1
does anyone know if there's stock in london?

i looked at westfield 2 weeks ago and there were none left.


Bf just bought this in High Street Ken yesterday evening for £19.99, I guess there should be even more in Sedley place. Hope this helps.
#19
They had this deal in the Northampton branch last weekend, cracking deal.
#20
Doubt if Newcastle have them.
Newcastle never bloody does.:x
#21
Even £20 is a bargain you cheap gits! haha! j/k
heat added.
#22
I cant believe you all vote hot when it clearly looks as if this is just the one store doing the deal, that is really gonna benefit us all isnt it!!! Cold from me as ive checked 3 boots locally and none are doing the deal!!!! :x
#23
GigerPunk
Good price so voted hot but said it before, will say it again (or rather will link to previous post)
Gillette are an absolutely sodding ripoff and you're better off having a proper shave
While you're at Boots looking for one of these sets, with the money you save on the (horribly overpriced) RRP why not also pickup Boots' basic safety razor and a pack of blades for it - It'll only be a few quid or so, so you'll STILL be saving money and you can then compare the shaves you get and the price you paid.


Wrong only use those store branded blades if you want to look like Frankenstein's monster or look like you don't know how to shave:roll:. I used these "cheap" blades and have always lost more blood than using Gillette.
#24
Kevo2k7
I cant believe you all vote hot when it clearly looks as if this is just the one store doing the deal, that is really gonna benefit us all isnt it!!! Cold from me as ive checked 3 boots locally and none are doing the deal!!!! :x


As mentioned in the 1st post itself.. It could be a local deal.

btw There are still many Mach3 offers left in Greenford Boots..
#25
Rayhul
Wrong only use those store branded blades if you want to look like Frankenstein's monster or look like you don't know how to shave:roll:. I used these "cheap" blades and have always lost more blood than using Gillette.


Sorry, I didn't mean to give the impression I was recommending cheap store-brand razors, I was just suggesting buying a cheap safety razor (not a disposable) and then buying some decent blades for it - £6.99 (inc free postage) for 30 blades from here.

I mean, you COULD buy a razor from them as well, but as their cheapest is 16.49 (plus postage) I figured a cheaper option may be appreciated, hence why I thought I'd mention I'd seen Boots still do a safety razor of their own (Not disposable ones, I can't understand how anyone can use those either) for only a few quid. I'm sure even the cheapest Murkur is lovely though, and still cheaper than keeping up the Gillette habit (esp. in the long run)

If you cut yourself silly, may I suggest a styptic pencil?
And if you really enjoy cutting yourself or want to brag about being a Man, how about trying a cut-throat razor? Shaving shack sell those too...
(and I'd just like to also point out I'm in no way affiliated with shaving shack, I just bought some blades from them and haven't looked back since. I'm sure there are many just as reputable suppliers online too.)
1 Like #26
GigerPunk
Sorry, I didn't mean to give the impression I was recommending cheap store-brand razors, I was just suggesting buying a cheap safety razor (not a disposable) and then buying some decent blades for it - £6.99 (inc free postage) for 30 blades from here.

I mean, you COULD buy a razor from them as well, but as their cheapest is 16.49 (plus postage) I figured a cheaper option may be appreciated, hence why I thought I'd mention I'd seen Boots still do a safety razor of their own (Not disposable ones, I can't understand how anyone can use those either) for only a few quid. I'm sure even the cheapest Murkur is lovely though, and still cheaper than keeping up the Gillette habit (esp. in the long run)

If you cut yourself silly, may I suggest a styptic pencil?
And if you really enjoy cutting yourself or want to brag about being a Man, how about trying a cut-throat razor? Shaving shack sell those too...
(and I'd just like to also point out I'm in no way affiliated with shaving shack, I just bought some blades from them and haven't looked back since. I'm sure there are many just as reputable suppliers online too.)


Thanks for the info.

I worked on the King Of Shaves launch and learnt that gillette make those blades for next to nothing and then charge a fortune for them - hence why their razors are so cheap. KoS aimed at taking a different approach however I don't think their razor is all that great.

I'll check out a safety razor instead!
#27
still full price in belfast stores
#28
I'm a bit of a fanny when it comes to shaving.

I've got sensitive skin along with very thick stubble, it's like metal, so I find these razors to be fantastic, however they are a rip-off. They're great in the sense that it doesn't cut my face to bits, nor does it leave my face red raw and rarely do I suffer spots from using them. But to be honest I wish there was a cheaper alternative other than having to have designer stubble all the time.

For the price, HOT if you can get it.
#29
Does anyone know where they've got it in stock as my beard is growing by the minute?
#30
sick of buying gillette blades as they are so expensive, i only seem to get a week out of them as well, was really chuffed when KOS brought out a new razor as i really rate their gels and other products...............was not to be, the razor was terrible and didnt even try second blade i just binned whole thing and went back to shop to buy more gillette blades !! :(
1 Like #31
tom_p1980
I'm a bit of a fanny when it comes to shaving.

I've got sensitive skin along with very thick stubble, it's like metal, so I find these razors to be fantastic, however they are a rip-off. They're great in the sense that it doesn't cut my face to bits, nor does it leave my face red raw and rarely do I suffer spots from using them. But to be honest I wish there was a cheaper alternative other than having to have designer stubble all the time.

For the price, HOT if you can get it.


You could try Asda's own blades, the 5 bladed head isn't too bad and better for me than any other alternatives that I have tried, for example King of Shaves, wilkinson sword ones, aldi own, etc.... Only bad design is the blade on the back as it might get caught under your nose when trying to shave close [similar design to the back of the gillette fusions].... £3.50 for pack of 4 blades is standard price.
#32
bobbyt64;8065082
I nearly bought these at full price yesterday.....good find. Phew that was a close shave!!!!!!

Great Pun!!
#33
DuncanMiller
I thought £20 for this in tesco was good!

This set was in offer in Tesco at £8 at the beginning of the year. The 48 blades bought will last me a lifetime. :-D
#34
GigerPunk
Good price so voted hot but said it before, will say it again (or rather will link to previous post)
Gillette are an absolutely sodding ripoff and you're better off having a proper shave
While you're at Boots looking for one of these sets, with the money you save on the (horribly overpriced) RRP why not also pickup Boots' basic safety razor and a pack of blades for it - It'll only be a few quid or so, so you'll STILL be saving money and you can then compare the shaves you get and the price you paid.


This person is talking complete s**t! :thumbsup:
#35
yes he is talking complete ******** gillette fusion is closest shave possible
#36
GigerPunk
Good price so voted hot but said it before, will say it again (or rather will link to previous post)
Gillette are an absolutely sodding ripoff and you're better off having a proper shave
While you're at Boots looking for one of these sets, with the money you save on the (horribly overpriced) RRP why not also pickup Boots' basic safety razor and a pack of blades for it - It'll only be a few quid or so, so you'll STILL be saving money and you can then compare the shaves you get and the price you paid.

Trickyjabs
This person is talking complete s**t! :thumbsup:


Sorry, how so?
Gillette blades are horribly overpriced, I think most people would agree with that statement.

I've had much better (and much cheaper) shaves after switching to an old style double edged safety razor instead of a Gillette mach3 fusion turbo 5+1 stealth or whatever stupid bloopdy name it was. This may be considered opinion but, in my opinion, it's a simple fact.

I've seen Boots sell a basic safety razor that takes standard blades and it was only a few quid. Sorry, didn't think to take a photo at the time. Note, this is a safety razor, not a disposable or a copy of a mach3 or whatever.
Oh, hang on, less than a minute of searching for 'blades' on the boots website reveals this. £3.69, so either more expensive online or just more expensive than I remember it being instore. But that includes 5 blades anyway, so wouldn't even need to splash out 2.50 on these 10 blades then, either. Even has a 5 star review too.

I just figured that, if people were going to Boots to look for this deal, they might want to check out a cheaper (and in my mind, better) alternative, not sure how that counts as
Trickyjabs
talking complete s**t!

Could you kindly explain your logic behind that statement?
#37
LOUGHBORO GUY
yes he is talking complete ******** gillette fusion is closest shave possible


Ah well, if that's your opinion then I guess the feeling's mutual.
I know I've tried both and prefer the safety razor option. If you've tried both methods and prefer the stupidly expensive Gillette option then I guess we'll have to agree to disagree.

I suspect from your tone however that either you're being sarcastic or you're being deliberately antagonistic as you've only ever used Gillette, believe every single one of their adverts about them being 'the best a man can get' and will no doubt still be 'upgrading' to whatever stupid model they release next.

Honestly though, how can you defend a company that tries to sell a shaving product aimed solely at 'gamers', as if the hair on your chin is affected by whether you play games or not...
1 Like #38
Gillette is overpriced because of brand snobs, how many times when a cheap item is posted the brand snobs are there to say how crap it is and go for an expensive "high quality" version.

heres a baked beans blind test:
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/top-stories/2005/11/01/battle-of-the-beans-115875-16316979/

if they made it cheap most people will think its crap.
#39
Great just bought on Saturday from Boots for £20, maybe i should avaerage down!

Heat added
#40
Nugget
Great just bought on Saturday from Boots for £20, maybe i should avaerage down!

Heat added


If you still have the receipt, you could buy a pack at £10 and then get a refund using the £20 receipt. Sorted.

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