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Braun Series 3 Electric Shaver 300s £19.99 @ Argos
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Braun Series 3 Electric Shaver 300s £19.99 @ Argos

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Posted 26th Jan

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Price matching Amazon. A new low price.

The Braun Series 3 rechargeable electric foil shaver is tough on beards and smooth on skin. The three-pressure sensitive shaving elements adapt perfectly to every facial contour and shave in intuitive straight lines. Designed and engineered in Germany, the Braun Series 3 razor is built to last.

2 rechargeable long-life nimh batteries.

Durable cordless electric shaver, waterproof to 5 meters.

Men's shaver features:

- Model number: 300s.
- Corded or cordless use.
- For dry use.
- 1 hour charge time for 20 minutes usage.
- 5 minutes quick-charge time to provide enough power for one shave.
- Foil system.
- Fully washable.
- 1 shaving head included.
- Series 3, led battery indicator.
- Energy-efficient Smartplug.
- Accessories included: Smart plug, protective cap.

General information:

- Worldwide voltage for easy use around the globe.
- Rechargeable battery powered.
- 2 pin plug.
- Batteries required 2 x rechargeable .
- Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
- EAN: 4210201163305.
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11 Comments
These are good, Iv got one.
cuzzy26/01/2020 14:05

Replacement foils £19.97 , madness. …Replacement foils £19.97 , madness. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Braun-32B-Shaver-Replacement-Black/dp/B00FX9JUOK/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=Series+3+foil&qid=1579981997&sr=8-5&tag=hupeuk-21


Lol you can buy a whole new unit for that price.
Got one of these from amazon a while ago, really noisy and also gave a crap shave, went back to a remington.
How long do the foils tend to last on these shavers?
wellhellothere26/01/2020 14:09

Got one of these from amazon a while ago, really noisy and also gave a …Got one of these from amazon a while ago, really noisy and also gave a crap shave, went back to a remington.


Which Remington one do you use?
I tend to simply change my shaver every 12 months now as I have not found a sustainable way to keep a sharp blade longer than this.

Considering going to wet shaves.
TommySimpson26/01/2020 20:28

Which Remington one do you use?


Don't make that model anymore, luckily I managed to get new replacement heads off ebay. Tried quite a few different shavers over the years and find Remington the best for me.
wellhellothere26/01/2020 21:15

Don't make that model anymore, luckily I managed to get new replacement …Don't make that model anymore, luckily I managed to get new replacement heads off ebay. Tried quite a few different shavers over the years and find Remington the best for me.


Yea I think I’m going to try one of them, just don’t know which one too go for, thanks anyways
TommySimpson26/01/2020 21:15

Yea I think I’m going to try one of them, just don’t know which one too go …Yea I think I’m going to try one of them, just don’t know which one too go for, thanks anyways


If you do get a Remington let me know if it's any good I'm due for a new one. Also tried a £75 Philips one about 18 months ago, took absolutely ages to have a shave.
Edited by: "wellhellothere" 26th Jan
Used these for years and always bought them when on offer like this but I was never particularly happy with them. I always had to tidy up with a razor afterwards but I guessed that’s what all shavers were like.

Two months ago, on a recommendation on here, I bought a Panasonic ES-LV65 from shavers.co.uk when it was discounted to £89.99. The difference is incredible. A really close shave and no need for the razor.
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