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Can any men recommend a great shaver?

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6y, 3w agoPosted 6 years, 3 weeks ago
Im after some Good Shaver recommendations please for my husbands Christmas present.
Would be after one with the 3 type heads, rather than the straight one if that makes any sense.

Budget would be about £50-£70, so ideally one that has been knocked down from a good price first off so he gets more for his money.
Thank you x
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6y, 3w agoPosted 6 years, 3 weeks ago

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Thank you for link, will look now x :)

I have found this just now, reduced from £100 to £50, Plus I could use £20 from a double up voucher, hmmm Now I just need a man to say whether its any good or not as I have no ideas on these lol :)
I just read the title properly - men recommendations... oh well I would say Philips anyway .
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I've had a few drinks,I'm taking in 50% of what I'm looking at!
Thank you for that, Its on Amazon for £41.99 from £100, :)
Have used Philips for many years.
I wish electric shavers worked for me - I have to use blades.

Edited By: Predikuesi on Nov 13, 2010 22:05
I wish electric shavers worked for me - I have to use blades.

Mine is like that, He uses his blades loads, But I just put it down to the fact i bought him a cheap electric shaver last time that it didnt do the job properly.
I will get him a philips and just fingers crossed it does the job good enough. :)
Philips are the best
I have this and love it.doesn't shave quite as close as a wet razor but it is so quick and quiet you can do it while sat watching tv
This one Philips HQ7390/17 Williams F1 Special Edition Shaver was a which mag best buy
If your looking to get a rotary then Philips are the best. The HQ7390 also has the advantage that you can rinse it under the tap. As Tony mentioned its not as close as a wet shave but is more convenient
Hubby always gets philips shavers & won't use anything else. His most recent one is the HQ7390 and he thinks it's better than the two previous Philips that he had that cost £130+ :D
Thank you all, I went with the F1 razor, Got it for £19 after discount, double up vouchers and money off vouchers from Tescos! Really pleased with my buy. Thanks for the advice x

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