BaByliss i stubble £29.99 @ Currys
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BaByliss i stubble £29.99 @ Currys

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Found 14th Feb 2012
Best deal by far, this has been steadily increasing on Amazon, reserve with Top Cash Back to get 1.51% back as wekk

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Good price for a good stubble trimmer. Heat added!
Great shaver. would recommend this deal if you havn't got one. Hot.
Excellent Trimmer
I brought this for £35 on amazon in December, not a bad trimmer... Heat added as these are still £40-60 in most high street stores.
Banned
Had this trimmer for 3 months now and will say that it is great, I do not use the guard on the trimmer and have never had any rash or soreness with it. I would say follow the charging instructions when you first receive it as it needs a long first charge. Here is a link for Wahl oil and cleaner which I use with this. amazon.co.uk/Wah…8-1, After every use clean it with the spray then oil it, hope this is of help as it has seriously been a great product.
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/418sqlrt-aL._SL500_AA300_.jpg


Edited by: "pinocchio" 15th Feb 2012
Just realised my £10 currys voucher expires today so thanks for this! Hot from me!
Highly recommended. hot
Another vote here. Great trimmer!
I bought this on Amazon for £35 2 days ago.

Typical.
+1 Great trimmer and deal.
These are superb. Luckily won mine in a raffle 12 month ago and I'd definatly buy another especially at this price. HOT HOT HOT
*well
+2. I have one of these, also had some clippers and a EasyCut, and sold both these because the iStubble is really good even for hair.

Just beware that when it switches off the cutting length is reset back to 0.4mm - on the weekend my wife did my hair at 3mm, then when I rinsed it came at me with it again to make sure it was cut and now I have a line right down the middle of my head
If its like the version before this then I would stay away unless you have a mains socket close by..... The battery life is CRAP!!!!

First few weeks its ok but then it just drops down to 4 minutes use from a full charge!!

The shaver is good its just the battery that isnt.. Im going to open mine and replace the batteries with high capacity ones
I've had one of these for over a year now and it's fine. Never had a problem with battery life. I paid £35 from Amazon when everyone else was selling it for £70!
Not available for home delivery and OOS stock in my local
Kind of hard to shave your tash with the guide on, the cutting blades are that set back from the edge of the plastic guide that its hard to shave the upper part near your nose. Pretty bad design floor.

You need a nose like this guy to be able to use it properly:

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-PVUV1vHjQMo/TYNXb7absUI/AAAAAAAABYM/xfhWGkjaheg/pig+nose+beefeater+dr+heckle.jpg

You can kind of see what I mean here, (using it sideways doesn't help much either)

http://g-images.amazon.com/images/G/02/uk-health-and-beauty/babyliss/7890U-Head.jpg

Edited by: "spaceinvader" 15th Feb 2012
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I bought this on Amazon for £35 2 days ago.Typical.


Agreed. Though I purchased mine from Argos for a pound less.

Still, I'm not going to fuss over a few quid for what seems to be a good trimmer.

Heat.
Brilliant product. If you don't have to be clean shaven at work and can freely have stubble then this is a god send. I have only once shaved (using an electric shaver) in over a year since owning this, and that was because I accidentally slipped without the guard up
HOT.

But its not available for delivery.

Will Amazon match this?
can't find any in stock anywhere near me - tried various postcodes around home/work/parents/friends etc. no joy.
whats it like for doing your head
4Qman

Will Amazon match this?


Doubt it, they're currently OOS. Set up a camelcamelcamel.com/ alert
Space Invader - you must have a seriously massive hooter or a face that only a mother can love X)

I have one of these machines and it's fantastic. Cuts quickly and evenly. Have no problems under the nose area - most people don't get problems under the nose area with this machine - the ones that do must have weird faces lol. Battery life is extremely long - mine lasts forever in between charges and I use it every other day. I couldn't even get my battery to run down after countless weeks of use which freaked me out - amazing battery life, especially considering it doesn't even use lithium ion batteries.

This device gets amazing reviews online and personally I've found it's a great machine. Build quality is very cheap for my liking though - I really would have liked it to be made of metal, have a charging stand/case and a lithium ion battery - it feels very cheaply made, but nonetheless it produces fantastic results and cuts extremely quickly.

I've been totally disappointed with every electric shaver I've ever used - some have been top of the range and cost hundreds of pounds. This machine is the only thing I've found produces good results and does what it's actually meant to do. I paid £40 for mine not that long ago, so £30 is a good price.
I want this! Heat added. Shame its not in stock near me.

I havent clean shaved for 6 years and the trimmer I use has one setting only.
Banned

Hi

just a quick question about the product does the machine come with a 2pin or 3pin plug ,,, also what sizes does it cut is it just 0.4 and 0.5

Thanks

orgfilao

+2. I have one of these, also had some clippers and a EasyCut, and sold … +2. I have one of these, also had some clippers and a EasyCut, and sold both these because the iStubble is really good even for hair. Just beware that when it switches off the cutting length is reset back to 0.4mm - on the weekend my wife did my hair at 3mm, then when I rinsed it came at me with it again to make sure it was cut and now I have a line right down the middle of my head


Steve-O 2008

If its like the version before this then I would stay away unless you … If its like the version before this then I would stay away unless you have a mains socket close by..... The battery life is CRAP!!!! First few weeks its ok but then it just drops down to 4 minutes use from a full charge!!The shaver is good its just the battery that isnt.. Im going to open mine and replace the batteries with high capacity ones



I've had this version since xmas 2010, use it every other day, no problems with the battery what so ever...
Maggy

Hijust a quick question about the product does the machine come with a … Hijust a quick question about the product does the machine come with a 2pin or 3pin plug ,,, also what sizes does it cut is it just 0.4 and 0.5Thanks




It's a 2 pin plug..


It cuts from 0.4mm all the way up to 5mm... starting with 0.2mm jumps - so 0.4, 0.6, 0.8 etc.. - then goes with half a mm from 2mm, so 2, 2.5, 3 3.5...
Great shaver! Got one for Christmas and use without the guard which also allows you to get under your nose much easier than with the guard on. It's currently in stock in the Stevenage branch if that helps anyone...
You do have to be careful with charging the battery, and follow the instructions to the T. I'm fairly sure I've destroyed the battery life of mine by leaving it plugged in too long, now it only gives 5 mins of full power clipping.

Having said that, great product. Had mine over a year and only oiled it twice, still works great.
I bought mine last week on Amazon for £32 delivered. I can't fault it!
Great shaver :-)
thanks, heat added
When i bought this shaver i follwed the instructions to the letter on initial charge. But after a week a so the battery life was shocking and as a previous poster stated i couldnt use it without it being plugged in. Also after using it for about 9 months it packed up on me. I was dissappointed because it was a good trimmer but the battery life was shocking for me, and the fact it packed up after 9 months too.
I agree with inkZ, I had this around 12 months and never had trouble with the battery life. Been away on hol without the charger
spaceinvader

Kind of hard to shave your tash with the guide on, the cutting blades are … Kind of hard to shave your tash with the guide on, the cutting blades are that set back from the edge of the plastic guide that its hard to shave the upper part near your nose. Pretty bad design floor.You need a nose like this guy to be able to use it properly: You can kind of see what I mean here, (using it sideways doesn't help much either)



100% agree. It's a bad design for getting under your nose. I have to remove the guard and try and keep my hand steady to trim it to the same length as the rest of my face.
Great price for a fantastic product, had one since X-mas and I love it.

+heat
Had battery problems with mine too. Would last about 2 mins before it died.
I've been using one of these for over a year. Fantastic! Doesn't leave a rash but does leave me looking handsomely rugged.
spaceinvader

Kind of hard to shave your tash with the guide on, the cutting blades are … Kind of hard to shave your tash with the guide on, the cutting blades are that set back from the edge of the plastic guide that its hard to shave the upper part near your nose. Pretty bad design floor.You need a nose like this guy to be able to use it properly: You can kind of see what I mean here, (using it sideways doesn't help much either)



Definitely agree there, does my head in.
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