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Multigroom series 3000 7-in-1, Beard and Hair Trimmer £17 with code, delivered @ Philips
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Multigroom series 3000 7-in-1, Beard and Hair Trimmer £17 with code, delivered @ Philips

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Posted 18th May

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All-in-one trimmer.

7-in-1 trimmer
7 tools
Self-sharpening steel blades
Up to 60-min run time
Rinseable attachments
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Number of tools 7 tools

Styling tools
Trimmer
Nose and ear trimmer
2 beard combs
2 stubble combs
1 hair comb
Hair clipping/Facial styling
Long beard
Short beard
Stubbled look
Sharp lines
Detailed styling
Goatee


Self-sharpening, skin-friendly blades for a perfect trimGet a perfect trim, time after time. The steel blades lightly brush against one another – sharpening themselves as they work. This results in blades that are sharp as day 1 after 3 years of use.



Trim and style your face and hair with 7 toolsThis all-in-one trimmer conveniently trims and styles your facial hair and clips your hair.



Trimmer edges beard and hair to complete your lookUse the trimmer without a comb to get clean, sharp lines around your beard, neck and hairline. The trimmer's shelf-sharpening blades remain as sharp as day 1, even after 3 years of use.


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I've just bought one these but unfortunately I'm not very impressed. Appears to be cheaply made, stiff on/off button and no indicator to indicate when fully charged. Good price but probably worth paying a bit more for a better quality item.
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I've just bought one these but unfortunately I'm not very impressed. Appears to be cheaply made, stiff on/off button and no indicator to indicate when fully charged. Good price but probably worth paying a bit more for a better quality item.
Got these and just use for tidying up after using the Remington Quick Cut.

Included bag could be a bit bigger and also paid less but good kit
This or the hair clipper 3000 series?
Purely going to be used for haircut.
Thanks in advance
OOS now, bought the last 3
Judging by that product page, it'd be fine for short hair. Perhaps not *ideal* for many right now.
Out of stock...
They’re crap. Good warranty though from amazon. I’m on number 3
How comes they start at £35 on ebay?? on the link page it says £20 rrp
johnf8618/05/2020 22:08

How comes they start at £35 on ebay?? on the link page it says £20 rrp


People panic buying them as they need a haircut, they are probably selling them too
Giwin18/05/2020 22:14

People panic buying them as they need a haircut, they are probably selling …People panic buying them as they need a haircut, they are probably selling them too


Right. Cheers
johnf8618/05/2020 22:15

Right. Cheers


Limited supply with lots more people wanting them makes the price go up 😴
PeggersTakesStock18/05/2020 22:18

Limited supply with lots more people wanting them makes the price go up …Limited supply with lots more people wanting them makes the price go up 😴


Sorry, just turned over £10,000 on eBay - pardon my ignorance, but no need to breakdown supply and demand my friend, clearly
Edited by: "johnf86" 18th May
Oos - expired for you OP
Got one of these they are excellent
johnf8618/05/2020 22:35

Sorry, just turned over £10,000 on eBay - pardon my ignorance, but no need …Sorry, just turned over £10,000 on eBay - pardon my ignorance, but no need to breakdown supply and demand my friend, clearly


Sorry, didn’t mean it to be like that, I myself am also an eBay seller
Looks good how short is it without the guard?
Looks like out of stock, can't order from here.
Got this for 30 quid in Tesco. In dire need for a haircut. So that is pretty good deal. Plus it does not bad job for cutting hair while all the hair salon is closed.
so many hair clippers and nothing conclusive of which is actually any good.
It’s back in stock guys!
bulkybuy18/05/2020 23:52

Looks like out of stock, can't order from here.


Pops in and out of stock regularly.
Code is still working, just ordered some. Thanks OP
I got this from Argos last week as the 3 of us badly needed haircuts.
Fully charged out of the box and cut nearly 2 inches at a time.
Very impressed with this little machine.
All 3 haircuts done and still has charge left.
Very easy to use and lightweight.
Picked these up in Boots yesterday, price on shelf shows £30, but scans at £20 (same price on the website).

The beard trimmers / hair shaver sections was decimated and the lady at the till said I was lucky to get these as they had just been delivered 1 this morning!
johnf8618/05/2020 22:35

Sorry, just turned over £10,000 on eBay - pardon my ignorance, but no need …Sorry, just turned over £10,000 on eBay - pardon my ignorance, but no need to breakdown supply and demand my friend, clearly


A bit harsh..
OOS
EN1GMA19/05/2020 14:03

so many hair clippers and nothing conclusive of which is actually any good.


Heres some general guidence (Ive bought many over the years).

Short hair and only trim = consider a cordless.

Thick/long hair and or cut your hair more than once a week. Have a family of heads to cut = wired device.
Mostly for power but a cordless battery will become less efficient within a couple of years otherwise.

If you have facial hair (beard, tash) or need to trim edges hassle free = go for a proper kit with extra attachments.

Once youve narrowed down your choice have a look at Amazon reviews even if youre not buying there
Auric_Goldfinger22/05/2020 09:31

Heres some general guidence (Ive bought many over the years). Short hair …Heres some general guidence (Ive bought many over the years). Short hair and only trim = consider a cordless.Thick/long hair and or cut your hair more than once a week. Have a family of heads to cut = wired device. Mostly for power but a cordless battery will become less efficient within a couple of years otherwise.If you have facial hair (beard, tash) or need to trim edges hassle free = go for a proper kit with extra attachments.Once youve narrowed down your choice have a look at Amazon reviews even if youre not buying there


I need a proper kit if there's some you recommend.
Oos 😔
EN1GMA22/05/2020 09:32

I need a proper kit if there's some you recommend.


Do you need cordless or wired according to the points above?

My experience is Philips are the best for wireless but as stated the battery will not last if you use too frequently. But the blades do tend to stay fairly sharp.
Auric_Goldfinger22/05/2020 09:46

Do you need cordless or wired according to the points above?My experience …Do you need cordless or wired according to the points above?My experience is Philips are the best for wireless but as stated the battery will not last if you use too frequently. But the blades do tend to stay fairly sharp.


Could do with one of each tbh.
EN1GMA22/05/2020 09:55

Could do with one of each tbh.


For Wired Remington or Wahl tend to be pretty solid. For Cordless try Phillips.

Good luck because it looks like market prices are over inflated due to current demand!
Edited by: "Auric_Goldfinger" 22nd May
accidentally bought 2 if anyone wants one I’ll do £17 + £3 postage
I think if it's not going to be until at least September that hairdressers open up again, I'll spend much more than if it's going to be July.
For shaping of the beard. The Andis Pro styler is the world's best especially if its 0 gapped. Its what most of the barbers use. But it is expensive
No idea why this deal is expired. Literally just ordered one.
dax10122/05/2020 15:54

No idea why this deal is expired. Literally just ordered one.


Thank you, I have ordered mine just now
Stock keeps going and then being replaced, it is worth keeping an eye on the site if you want one as like others have said I got my after this had been expired.
I got one too :-)
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