Remington R7 Diamond Series R720 Shaver - was £119.99 now £59.89 at Argos!! + £5 voucher!! - HotUKDeals
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OK, so I'm not an expert on shavers, however I thought I better pull the argos catalouge out as the foil on my cheap £12.99 one has torn and this has resulted in a small beard begginning to form on my chin, apparantly not a hit with the ladies.

I was looking at the "Diamond" range in the argos catalouge. The R5 is £59.79 and the R7 was £119.99. Imagine my delight when, upon checking the Argos website, I see it's been reduced by HALF PRICE to just £59.89!! Lovely!!

"Diamond like carbon coated blades 400% harder than steel blades for a long lasting excellent cutting performance."

Anyways, here's the features... Comfort select system with adjustable settings for sensitive skin; Independent floating heads adjust to the contours of your face for a close shave; Detail styling trimmer ideal for sideburns and neck lines; Washable for easy cleaning; LCD display showing shaving time remaining, recharge warning and charging status; Mains/rechargeable for cord or cordless use; 1 hour charging time; Quick charge for a single shave; Universal voltage with automatic selection; 2 pin shaver plug; Environmentally safe batteries (NiMh); Travel pouch and cleaning brush.

Buy online and have it delivered for a small cost or reserve it now and pick up in store. It has 2 year manufacturer's guarantee so it's not worth getting the 3 year cover IMHO. Also, don't forget that if you buy before Tuesday 30th October you'll get a £5 voucher, or make your order upto £100 for a £10 voucher.

This one is £106.73 at Amazon and £92 at Littlewoods. :)
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#2
That's for this model:

Remington R510 R5

This one looks like the best price for the r720 :)
#3


No, this is it:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Remington-R720-Diamond-Rotary-Shaver/dp/B000H8N818

So it's a hot deal. Except for the fact that the reviewers seems to think that's is a rubbish razor. I reckon it must be difficult to beat the Fusion wet shave.
#4


Nope, that's the the R5. This is the R7.

This one is £106.73 at Amazon and £92 at Littlewoods. :)
#5
carleast
No, this is it:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Remington-R720-Diamond-Rotary-Shaver/dp/B000H8N818

So it's a hot deal. Except for the fact that the reviewers seems to think that's is a rubbish razor. I reckon it must be difficult to beat the Fusion wet shave.


That's where my knowledge and budget of around £50 fail me. lol. :-D
#6
I'm sure this was £40-odd from Additions Direct a while ago? Maybe I dreamt it...
#7
bellboys
I'm sure this was £40-odd from Additions Direct a while ago? Maybe I dreamt it...


Maybe, lol. The R5 range can be pretty cheap. The R710 seems to be around £70 too... but the R20 seems to be a lot more usually. :thumbsup:
#8
#9
ducky, brilliant deal! I been looking for a shaver and this one gets 2nd best marks from Which? and thats at full price of £120 :thumbsup:
#10
mikewot
ducky, brilliant deal! I been looking for a shaver and this one gets 2nd best marks from Which? and thats at full price of £120 :thumbsup:


It came second? Do you have a link or something? :)
#11
duckmagicuk2
It came second? Do you have a link or something? :)

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#12
Ooh, thanks. :-D
#13
how come no brauns in the top 5, me thinks a conspiracy
#14
logical_zombie
how come no brauns in the top 5, me thinks a conspiracy


Or maybe they aren't very good? Lol. Are all brauns foil shavers or do they do rotary too?
#15
For anyone that's interested the model above this one is half price at comet:

http://www.comet.co.uk/cometbrowse/product.do?sku=416924

de_deej
#16
Good for those lucky ones of you who can use leccy.
#17
logical_zombie
how come no brauns in the top 5, me thinks a conspiracy

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#19
Rotary blades all the way though. ;-)
#20
just got this from argos, £5 voucher is good as well, would recommend u get some face cream on your way home as after using it my face was stinging like *****
#21
Can someone tell me what the difference is between an electric shaver and mach 3 or fusion. I always used a mach 3 but am intrigued by the electrics.
#22
The reviews on Amazon for the R720 are pretty shocking - is it still worth it.
#23
Yeah the reviews are shocking, why does which think its so good thats what I want to know.
#24
google search "remington r7 review" you'll get a more rounded picture than 2 guys on amazon, i only got mine this evening and it was a case of so far so good, there were no problems regarding the longevity of the shaver but more the closeness of the shave, and on mine at least it is really very good, better than my old braun which was bloody brilliant, can't really fault the r7 on shave, nor features, it's quite nice to look at and feels good in the hand and at least seems superficially well built, only negatives are that it supposedly takes 40 days before my skin adjusts to it so it'll be another month and a bit of raw skin and lots of nivea.
#25
BargainHunter333
Can someone tell me what the difference is between an electric shaver and mach 3 or fusion. I always used a mach 3 but am intrigued by the electrics.

For me personally:
1) I ALWAYS cut myself wet shaving. Thats ALWAYS, not occasionally. Maybe cause I'm so delicate ;-)
2) Don't cut myself electric shaving
3) Electric is quicker and I can do it whilst boiling the kettle/making breakfast.

That said I do find a wet shave lasts the whole day, whereas electric means I have to shave again if I'm going out at night.
#26
nsm
The reviews on Amazon for the R720 are pretty shocking - is it still worth it.


That's three people, hardly a massively conclusive evidence. Plus, people with negative comments are generally more outspoken than those who have had a good experience.
#27
great shaver :thumbsup: thanks for the deal

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