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wahl groomsman hair beard & moustache trimmer £3.49 Add-on item (£20+ spends) @ Amazon

£3.49 @ Amazon
very cheap beard or body hair trimmer from a quality brand, downside is that it's battery operated. either buy 6 for free delivery or buy as an add on item Read More
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11m, 2w agoFound 11 months, 2 weeks ago
very cheap beard or body hair trimmer from a quality brand, downside is that it's battery operated.
either buy 6 for free delivery or buy as an add on item

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35 Likes
Marin
Thanks op! Ordered for my girlfriend. :p

Is this 'her'?

http://www.eurovision.tv/save-files/resizes/1a/1e/09/17/36/3f/13/54/61/9b/e6/b4/1f/e4/e6/9c/conchita_wurst_orf_01_orf_by_thomas_ramstorfer.jpg
15 Likes
Not that great for beards the slow speed leaves it patchy. Great pube trimmer
11 Likes
£4 shipping non prime members..... cold

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3 Likes #1
only £1 more on ebay
#2
Excellent price OP! Never seen it cheaper. For the price it's definitely worth it. Lasts years
#3
Thank you! Needed a new one :)
11 Likes #4
£4 shipping non prime members..... cold
#5
excellent price if you have prime.just bought it last week for 6.45£ from argos.very good little machine
banned#6
Anyone got link for argos?
2 Likes #7
one of the best trimmers ever.. found nothing better yet.. tried other brands all around 30 pounds or over and this is still the best one i found. also its the closest one.
1 Like #8
paid 6.50 (with prime) last month. well worth it

hot
#9
How does this compare to the groomsman rechargeable for £12.97 delivered?
#10
Is this battery operated as in AA battery and not rechargeable?

Edited By: sab on Jun 12, 2016 07:20
1 Like #11
sab
Is this battery operated as in AA battery and not rechargeable?


yes battery operated. you'll have to keep replacing
banned 1 Like #12
Giving it away! ordered!
15 Likes #13
Not that great for beards the slow speed leaves it patchy. Great pube trimmer
#14
Thanks op! £3.32 after nus discount, have it!
2 Likes #15
Thanks op! Ordered for my girlfriend. :p
#16
Ordered even though I've got the rechargeable version as I've always wished I had the battery operated one due to the one I have losing its charge so quickly. I have Good To Go rechargeable batteries which should work fine in this. Great deal OP. Heat added (this is a prime example of when Amazon Prime comes into its own - see what I did there? :p)
1 Like #17
bellboys
Ordered even though I've got the rechargeable version as I've always wished I had the battery operated one due to the one I have losing its charge so quickly. I have Good To Go rechargeable batteries which should work fine in this. Great deal OP. Heat added (this is a prime example of when Amazon Prime comes into its own - see what I did there? :p)
I would replace those good-to-go batteries with something a bit more reliable... all my 7-dayshop batteries are almost okay-to-gone by the time I go to use them
#18
sab
Is this battery operated as in AA battery and not rechargeable?

Yes I have one it uses 2 AA battery's, I use rechargeable ones in it, cracking wee trimmer for beard moustache.
I use just one of the length comb attachment which is ideal for me then the trimmer with no attachment to do outline/edges.
#19
mcek
bellboys
Ordered even though I've got the rechargeable version as I've always wished I had the battery operated one due to the one I have losing its charge so quickly. I have Good To Go rechargeable batteries which should work fine in this. Great deal OP. Heat added (this is a prime example of when Amazon Prime comes into its own - see what I did there? :p)
I would replace those good-to-go batteries with something a bit more reliable... all my 7-dayshop batteries are almost okay-to-gone by the time I go to use them

Mine have performed faultlessly for a couple of years now so I won't be replacing them anytime soon. Although I do have some Amazon Basics ones as well, and they have been fine so far (although only 6 months old). Maybe you should be looking at your charger? I have a Lidl one that at the time was suspected of being a rebadged Ansmann - and it's superb.



Edited By: bellboys on Jun 12, 2016 09:41
35 Likes #20
Marin
Thanks op! Ordered for my girlfriend. :p

Is this 'her'?

http://www.eurovision.tv/save-files/resizes/1a/1e/09/17/36/3f/13/54/61/9b/e6/b4/1f/e4/e6/9c/conchita_wurst_orf_01_orf_by_thomas_ramstorfer.jpg
#21
Cheap Wahl a stuff tend to be loud and not as refined as others.
#22
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#23
CouldntThinkOfAUsername
Cheap Wahl a stuff tend to be loud and not as refined as others.
Don't think anyone will mind for £3.49 ;) Got spare rechargeable batteries lying around that I can use

Edited By: rimz790 on Jun 12, 2016 13:08: edited
1 Like #24
jonnybravo99
paid 6.50 (with prime) last month. well worth it

hot


Chance your arm and email for a price difference refund if you are within 28 days of your purchase. I know it ain't much of a price difference but this is HotUKDeals lol
#25
Thanks, ordered. :D
#26
Ordered even though I wont use it. Doh!
#27
Ordered, at £3.49 it's like magnolia, can't go wrong!
#28
Great price, paid about £5 for mine from tesco and I thought that was cheap. Good little trimmer but it eats batteries and takes a while to do my stubble.
1 Like #29
937666
Marin
Thanks op! Ordered for my girlfriend. :p

Is this 'her'?

http://www.eurovision.tv/save-files/resizes/1a/1e/09/17/36/3f/13/54/61/9b/e6/b4/1f/e4/e6/9c/conchita_wurst_orf_01_orf_by_thomas_ramstorfer.jpg


I wish! Hahahahaha......
#30
prash_2k
Not that great for beards the slow speed leaves it patchy. Great pube trimmer
I have a beard and find it perfect. Certainly fast enough. Mine does get slower as the batteries drain though.
#31
Thanks OP, ordered to replace the one I bought a number of years ago; a great little trimmer that has come to the end of its life after I got lazy and left it in water and the blades became a little rusty!

For those worrying about it being battery operated and not rechargeable, don't; you don't use it every day and the batteries last a good while. In fact in three years I can't remember replacing mine. I must have but you get the idea, I haven't had to replace them every other week.

Edited By: Ginglemonkey on Jun 12, 2016 10:43
#32
Good brand, for those it may help, I finally managed to track down a U.K. Company that does wahl / moser spare parts and accessories. chsinteractive.co.uk - helped me out!
2 Likes #33
937666
Marin
Thanks op! Ordered for my girlfriend. :p
Is this 'her'?http://www.eurovision.tv/save-files/resizes/1a/1e/09/17/36/3f/13/54/61/9b/e6/b4/1f/e4/e6/9c/conchita_wurst_orf_01_orf_by_thomas_ramstorfer.jpg

whats the wurst that could happen?
#34
SCOUSEKEVIN
sab
Is this battery operated as in AA battery and not rechargeable?
Yes I have one it uses 2 AA battery's, I use rechargeable ones in it, cracking wee trimmer for beard moustache.
I use just one of the length comb attachment which is ideal for me then the trimmer with no attachment to do outline/edges.

My understanding is alkaline AA's are rated at 1.5V (at the initial use - edited) and ni-cad rechargeable's 1.2V ish. Have you noticed any drop in power?

Is there much heat generated in the blade? I had one once and the blade got hot which guaranteed skin irritation!

Edited By: ashman33 on Jun 12, 2016 12:41
#35
its junk mine was £70 and way better, coldddd
#36
Cheers OP, heat 2u, I've ordered using the preorder trick to get Free delivery!
#37
this would be good if it was cabled or rechargable, i'm not voting either way tho
#38
wholy moly
this is cheap

i have this and this battery model is more powerful than my rechargeable mains one!
#39
Could someone recommend a rechargable alternative? I dont want to mess around with removable batteries all the time...
#40
Had this set for a few years now. Great value and decent quality.

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