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Braun Pulsonic 9595 Clean&Renew System Shaver £159.99 collect (£165.94 Del) + Quidco
Braun Pulsonic 9595 Clean&Renew System Shaver £159.99 collect (£165.94 Del) + Quidco

Braun Pulsonic 9595 Clean&Renew System Shaver £159.99 collect (£165.94 Del) + Quidco

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Excellent deal on this top of the range shaver, and thanks to macmini for finding that all shavers over £50 at comment have 20% off, been after this for a while.

Also go through quidco for an extra 4% off

SAVE 20% on this product. Simply enter the code SHAVERS20

Braun Pulsonic Clean&Renew System Shaver
Contour system for max facial conformity
Foil & Blades united in a single cassette for optimal efficiency
Washable
10,000 micro vibrations per min
Power source: rechargeable/mains
Fast clean function
Sonic motor
Sonic Pulsing Action of the dynamic shaver head
4-way flexible shaver head
Smart Foil
Cross-Cutting System
Precision comfort blades
Active Power Comb
SensoFlex contour adaptation
Long hair trimmer
Charging status display: interactive LCDCutter block replacement indicator
Charging time: 1 hour
5 minutes quickcharge
Up to 50 minutes cordless shaving time
Washable
Automatic worldwide voltage adjustment
1 Li-Ion battery
Travel case
2 Year Parts Guarantee

16 Comments

Great deal for this

Original Poster

btc

Great deal for this



Yes thought so myself, could even be a misprice, as usuall price is £249.99 they have £50 off allready.
Think the £50 off should of been taken off!

mbosys

Yes thought so myself, could even be a misprice, as usuall price is … Yes thought so myself, could even be a misprice, as usuall price is £249.99 they have £50 off allready.Think the £50 off should of been taken off!



£250 notes for a bloody razor?! Are people mad?!

Unfortunately some of us can't have a wet shave I have one of the 360 Complete systems and its 'the best a man can get' !!

I am tempted though! Very good price

Original Poster

not_the_messiah

£250 notes for a bloody razor?! Are people mad?!



Thats why its good as it is only £160.

Also since my last braun razor lasted for about 3 years, if you added up all the dispossible, mach3's mach4's, blades, shaving foam, balms etc, I wonder how much you would have spent in 3 years? probably quite alot!

I only need a pre shave lasts ages, cleaner carts last about 2 month's each, £10 for 3.

mbosys

Thats why its good as it is only £160.Also since my last braun razor … Thats why its good as it is only £160.Also since my last braun razor lasted for about 3 years, if you added up all the dispossible, mach3's mach4's, blades, shaving foam, balms etc, I wonder how much you would have spent in 3 years? probably quite alot!I only need a pre shave lasts ages, cleaner carts last about 2 month's each, £10 for 3.


I am not trying to mock people that use these razors, it's just to me, £160 is a ridiculous amount of money to pay for a razor and it continues to amaze me what companies will charge. It's like the new braun toothbrushes for about £170 (in Boots I think) - are the really that much better than the 7000s you get for about £20?

I bought a braun a few years back (was top of the range with cleaner, lcd display etc - £160 notes :roll:) and I found it really, really uncomfortable to use to the extent it is now gathering dust I have been using a Fusion (not powered) since Xmas and this is by far the best razor I have ever used. I have only got through 5 blades (although I am fortunate that I don't need to shave everyday!) and about 2 lots of King Of Shaves gel. Horses for course I guess

Tried this but keep getting: Sorry, promotion code SHAVERS20 does not apply to the item(s) in your basket.

Offer over I guess. Does this apply in stores?

I paid £88 for the Philips HS8060 at Argos the other day, and a better razor I doubt you will ever get for the money. A razor can only get skin close to achieve the ultimate goal, and this one does. I can't see the point in paying another £80 to achieve the same end result personally.
It may be a good price compared to RRP, but I think that here are better deals out there to tell the truth.

For me its a toss up between the Philips HQ8150 for £75 and the braun 360 complete for £105. Its the old rotary vs foil debate. Not sure which is better. Any advice?

[SIZE=2]shiver me timbers i paid £200 for this 3 weeks ago![/SIZE]
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Nexus30

Unfortunately some of us can't have a wet shave I have one of the 360 … Unfortunately some of us can't have a wet shave I have one of the 360 Complete systems and its 'the best a man can get' !!I am tempted though! Very good price



I've actually got the one that was everso-slightly before the 360 (the activator). It's the same top-of-the range one, with the LCD display, and the clean and charge thingmy.

It's kinda been upgraded to the 360 - on account of the foil and cutter now sold for these being the 360.

I have to say, I actually prefer the previous, non 360 foil and cutter, so at some point, I'll probably switch back.

Apparently (from comments on that shaver website) this newer model hasn't been as well received as the previous range of shavers. So if you're happy with what you've got, I'd be inclined to stick with it.

I think they are a great shaver - the best electric I've used - although as I said, I'll probably go back to the pre-360 foil and cutter if I can find any new ones.

The clean and charge thing is simply ace - feels and smells like you are using a brand new, fragrant shaver each time you use it.

Nexus30

Unfortunately some of us can't have a wet shave I have one of the 360 … Unfortunately some of us can't have a wet shave I have one of the 360 Complete systems and its 'the best a man can get' !!I am tempted though! Very good price




How do you find the 360 shaver?

Go for a linear drive razor - they beat the pants off these cr*p ones that run out of juice when the battery runs down.

Linear drives do not lose rpm's until the battery is completely flat...

What are one of those?

Bigfootpete

Go for a linear drive razor - they beat the pants off these cr*p ones … Go for a linear drive razor - they beat the pants off these cr*p ones that run out of juice when the battery runs down. Linear drives do not lose rpm's until the battery is completely flat...



That's ignoring the premise of how these shavers and units are used and work.

These don't run out of juice, or don't normally have opportunity for the battery to run down.

They have a clean and charge unit that you tend to keep them in, and because it's good to clean the shaver after each shave, it means that in usage, they are always kept clean and always kept charged.

They also have some logic within the shaver, that knows when best to "condition" the battery, by completely discharging it and recharging.

[SIZE=4]Half Price now from Argos @ £124.49. Bargain.[/SIZE]
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