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Posted 30 April 2023

Philips 14-in-1 All-In-One Trimmer, series 7000 Beard , Hair Clipper and Body Groomer £44.99 @ Amazon

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Philips 14-in-1 All-In-One Trimmer, Premium Series 7000 Grooming Kit, Face Shaver, Beard Trimmer, Hair Clipper and Body Groomer with Nose and Ear Trimmer and Precision Shaver - MG7720/13

Ultimate styling & precision
14 in 1 premium trimmer for ultimate versatility
Perfect your personal style with our most precise and versatile trimmer. 14 premium tools empower you to craft your unique style, from head to toe. Enjoy maximum precision with DualCut blades and added control with a no-slip rubber grip.

DualCut technology
Enjoy maximum precision with DualCut technology, which includes 2x more blades. The steel blades lightly brush against one another – sharpening themselves as they work. This results in blades that are sharp as day 1 after 5 years of use.

14 tools for face, hair & body
This all-in-one trimmer conveniently trims and styles your facial hair, clips your hair and grooms your body.
Metal trimmer
Use the metal trimmer with DualCut technology without a comb to get clean, sharp lines around your beard, neck and hairline, or to trim your body hair to a minimum length.

Bodyshaver with skin protector
Our unique skin protector system allows you to comfortably shave hair as close as 0.5mm.
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  1. whats_the_deal's avatar
    I bought this in 2019,giving up the ghost now. Clipper is fine, but battery is going home. It turns itself on in the night - was a real WTF moment the first time I heard it do that!
    KIRK_LAZARUS's avatar
    It ain’t the trimmer .. you got company , maybe a naughty one . Just trying to work with what they find . Stay safe (edited)
  2. alan.ryan's avatar
    Got this a few years ago for £25, I wouldn't pay this price for it, the battery has died in it totally useless now
  3. jwph1985's avatar
    It's a good product, they don't last though. Make sure to register it with Philips for the extended warranty. They're decent for replacing
  4. ry91's avatar
    Be aware: this isn't the same product as a couple of years ago; they've sneakily swapped the nice weighty metal body for a grey plastic one which feels much cheaper. You can see the design is slightly different:

    50090382-pgTVr.jpg (edited)
  5. mikem1989's avatar
    Swear I bought this a few years ago for about 25 quid
  6. B1naryC0de's avatar
    Unbelievable how much the price for this has risen
    It's almost like Phillips have realised how incredible a product this is
  7. Miccheck1516's avatar
    I got this another time it was posted, quite pleased with it, but not had it for more than 12 months....
  8. ScottHowie90's avatar
    Had one of these since 2019. No issues at all. I got the 12 in 1 but regardless its the same 7000 series.
  9. nickl360's avatar
    I have this, decent especially for the reduced price. Only problem is I’ve damaged some of the attachments and struggle to find replacements
  10. Toby_S's avatar
    Bought mine a few years ago £20
  11. themanwithapc's avatar
    Does anyone know what the guards are like on this. Have bought 2 Philips in the past and the guards were quite flimsy, giving an uneven trim.
    B1naryC0de's avatar
    They are generally quite good
    Just don't use the "body" Ones on your head
    Doesn't give an even cut
  12. kremix's avatar
    I've bought one to replace my 10 years old Q series. It trims longer than q and scratches the scalp. I'm sending it back. Got anorher Q series (rotating head) and I'm as happy as before. I think Q were discontinued now. Look, testament to their quality is how well they hold their resale value. 50 quid for a second hand. Madd
  13. jamesantro's avatar
    Had mine less then a year and battery died not work the money
  14. Limmy's avatar
    It's OK, nothing amazing. My beard never perfectly even using this, have to trim by hand at the end
  15. atog124's avatar
    I bought this a few years ago and it’s been very good ever since.
  16. got_the_feelin's avatar
    I've been doing research on beard trimmers as my old one has never been that great and wanted one that you can take apart and replace the battery when it goes south. I had a shortlist of trimmers (before looking into battery replacements) and this was one of them. There's a video on YouTube showing how to replace the battery, but it's easily broken and the battery is glued in! So I personally wouldn't buy one. I hate having to throw away something just because the battery has died.

    It came down to Braun and Panasonic as they're fairly easy to change out the battery, but in the end I decided to go for a separate professional clipper and professional trimmer. My beard is thick and I didn't really trust any of the so-called "beard trimmers" to be cut able to it (no pun intended). (edited)
    Atti_M's avatar
    Which were the professional ones you went for?
  17. ChampionshipManager's avatar
    Is this good for trimming the grass?
  18. phatbhoy's avatar
    I have this - its not worth 40 quid
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