Scholl Velvet Smooth Pedi Electric Hard Skin Remover £21.59 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Currently selling for £39.99 in boots and other stores.
The majority of reviews are good so I've just ordered in the hope of sorting my trotters out.
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#1
Sorry couldn't add link....it's from amazon.
[Moderator]#2
Link and picture added, thanks for sharing MakeMineADouble :)
#3
Ordered! Thank you :)
#4
Orderem. Thanks!
#5
is this really any good
#6
cant decide between this or the Emjoi micro pedi? anyone had any use of either?
#7
I've not used either but have been reading up on this and the emjoi.
The reviews seem better for this and at this price I think it's worth taking a gamble.
#8
If anyone needs replacement rollers, Tesco has them (slightly more expensive than Amazon at £12.49) on a 3 for 2 until the 11th of August.
#9
MakeMineADouble
I've not used either but have been reading up on this and the emjoi.
The reviews seem better for this and at this price I think it's worth taking a gamble.
MakeMineADouble
I've not used either but have been reading up on this and the emjoi.
The reviews seem better for this and at this price I think it's worth taking a gamble.

Thanks. have just ordered.
#10
Not
SIS
cant decide between this or the Emjoi micro pedi? anyone had any use of either?

Can't comment on the Scholl, but the Emjoi is weak, anything more than light pressure stops the roller. Be interesting to see if the Scholl is any better.
1 Like #11
Don't bother, I had one it's not good atal! Much better off doing it yourself with a pumice stone etc for £2
#12
Ordered for my fella, thanks!
#13
Just ordered. Thanks.
#14
I've got one and it is good if you have the time to spend. It's not a quick job as the advert shows. But daily use does give good results.
#15
I use the scholl one and find its great...I had bloody elephants feet to start with--tried all sorts in the past to no avail...the rollers didnt last that long but not surprising really--now Ive got it down and use regular they last longer..and my feet are as soft as babies for the first time-- I believe there is a Groupon offer on at moment for it at £19.99
#16
my podiatrist warned me against these She said she had treated so many injuries caused by them. She advised to use skin softening creams and foot emery boards.
#17
Bought it 2 days ago at £28+, damn it!!! emailing for a refund now, grrrr.


EDIT: Woo refund of £7.20. thanks for posting this.

Edited By: bunisjamin on Jul 02, 2014 12:09: Edit
2 Likes #18
I fell for the marketing of the PediSpin, it's weak motor struggles under load, hopefully this would be better but I currently use this with a fine sanding pad, great imo...

http://alanm52.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/wk40_multifunction_tool1_thumb.jpg?w=749&h=358
#19
I looked at the groupon offer first but it's slightly different and the reviews wasn't as good..
#20
charlotteheys88
Don't bother, I had one it's not good atal! Much better off doing it yourself with a pumice stone etc for £2


Agree!!! :-(
#21
sshooie
I fell for the marketing of the PediSpin, it's weak motor struggles under load, hopefully this would be better but I currently use this with a fine sanding pad, great imo...

http://alanm52.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/wk40_multifunction_tool1_thumb.jpg?w=749&h=358
http://www.tobidornot.com/wp-uploads/photo/scholl-velvet-smooth-pedi-electric-hard-skin.jpg

So you can use this on wood and on your feet?

Do I need more coffee or am I hallucinating.
#22
iceman85
sshooie
I fell for the marketing of the PediSpin, it's weak motor struggles under load, hopefully this would be better but I currently use this with a fine sanding pad, great imo...

http://alanm52.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/wk40_multifunction_tool1_thumb.jpg?w=749&h=358
http://www.tobidornot.com/wp-uploads/photo/scholl-velvet-smooth-pedi-electric-hard-skin.jpg

So you can use this on wood and on your feet?

Do I need more coffee or am I hallucinating.

Iceman needs a extra chill pill....
#23
I have one and think its brill! Your not gonna get amazing results over night, but is good for a quick scrape, cream and go! Great price too! x
#24
iceman85
sshooie
I fell for the marketing of the PediSpin, it's weak motor struggles under load, hopefully this would be better but I currently use this with a fine sanding pad, great imo...

http://alanm52.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/wk40_multifunction_tool1_thumb.jpg?w=749&h=358
http://www.tobidornot.com/wp-uploads/photo/scholl-velvet-smooth-pedi-electric-hard-skin.jpg

So you can use this on wood and on your feet?

Do I need more coffee or am I hallucinating.
Don't be minging, I change the pad 1st.
#25
katie4
I have one and think its brill! Your not gonna get amazing results over night, but is good for a quick scrape, cream and go! Great price too! x
^^^ See, they're great aren't they?....^^^
#27
I have the Emjoi one, and thought it was going to be a waste of money - was pleased to be proved wrong. It is slow and steady smoothing away at the problem rather than a quick solution but it has sorted my horrible heels using it daily for a couple of weeks. A good quality foot file and some patience would probably get the same result.

If you press too hard it stops - slow and steady works but not a miracle result in one session. I did a few minutes every night for a fortnight before I was happy.

If you want a 30 second one off sand of your feet and the problem resolved then go with the delta sander and some plasters........
#28
I also bought one a few days ago for £28+ have emailed for a partial refund, I found it fine does the job and is safe it will stop if you apply too much pressure my feet a very smooth now
#29
bunisjamin
Bought it 2 days ago at £28+, damn it!!! emailing for a refund now, grrrr.


EDIT: Woo refund of £7.20. thanks for posting this.

Hi, could you tell me if this comes with a spare roller or just the one? Thanks
1 Like #30

+1 for this, I use one, brilliant thing, use it then apply flexitol cream. soft as feet.

if that doesn't work you need Baby Foot, that stuff will eat all dead skin for breakfast.
#31
Yum yum. Foot flour
1 Like #32
A Dremel with sander attachments does the job.
#33
They had the 1st version of these in b&m for £19.99
#34
Just buy a Dremel. You can use it for other things too.

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