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Philips 7000 Series beard/stubble trimmer with vacuum £24 @ Amazon
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Philips 7000 Series beard/stubble trimmer with vacuum £24 @ Amazon

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Posted 16th Feb

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Trim, style and finish your beard, moustache and sideburns without the mess. The integrated vacuum system captures up to 90 per cent of cut hair* meaning no more hairs cover your sink and countertops

* Tested in lab environment on hair mats

** compared to previous Philips model"

Box Contains
1 x Beard and stubble trimmer
1 x Precision trimmer attachment (0.5 mm)
1 x Cleaning brush, 2 year guarantee, user manual
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Ordered one this morning to replace the one I just dropped and broke. I find it good shaver.
digitaljunior16/02/2020 19:46

Ordered one this morning to replace the one I just dropped and broke. I …Ordered one this morning to replace the one I just dropped and broke. I find it good shaver.


How good is the vacuum feature?
The reviews would make me look for something else plus this already seems to have been posted:
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I'm very happy with my one of these: hotukdeals.com/dea…846 although it does make a bit of a mess:
Don't buy this! I bought one a while ago and the plastic clip which keeps the head in place broke and it's 30quid just to replace that part (or buy a brand new one). They notoriously suffer from this issue. Better to buy one with a fixed head with different guards you attached--much more robust.
baggio437816/02/2020 20:33

Don't buy this! I bought one a while ago and the plastic clip which keeps …Don't buy this! I bought one a while ago and the plastic clip which keeps the head in place broke and it's 30quid just to replace that part (or buy a brand new one). They notoriously suffer from this issue. Better to buy one with a fixed head with different guards you attached--much more robust.


Had this happen with mine. Ended up buying a ‘compatible’ head from eBay for a tenner but the blades were terrible and it ran slow and pulled hairs out rather than cut them. Luckily the plastic part with the clips was much stronger so just swapped that part onto the old head and it was fine. A lot to go through to sort it but the vacuum feature is good and stopped me getting in trouble with the Mrs for getting hair everywhere
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baggio437816/02/2020 20:33

Don't buy this! I bought one a while ago and the plastic clip which keeps …Don't buy this! I bought one a while ago and the plastic clip which keeps the head in place broke and it's 30quid just to replace that part (or buy a brand new one). They notoriously suffer from this issue. Better to buy one with a fixed head with different guards you attached--much more robust.


I emailed Philips and they sent me the replacement head for free. That broke again about 8!months later.
Edited by: "DocH" 16th Feb
The new heads have reinforced plastic along the clips. This might help.
According to the Phillips website this is the 2016 model - the newest one came out last year (2019) so it makes sense they are selling off old stock.
SirSpanky16/02/2020 23:25

According to the Phillips website this is the 2016 model - the newest one …According to the Phillips website this is the 2016 model - the newest one came out last year (2019) so it makes sense they are selling off old stock.


Does the new model resolve the issue with the clips breaking. I’ve read reviews and people still complain about it
It's not bad. But be warned - if you have bit longer beard it won't catch it (suck it?) as good as with short beard and you will need to empty it about 3-4 times.
Cutting is not as fast as with hair clipper, but I really like vacuum feature - if beard is short then it works really well.
Never used that plastic attachment so can't comment that.
Had the broken clip problem twice with this, the fist replaced by Phillips, the second I couldn't be bothered with anymore.
baggio437816/02/2020 20:33

Don't buy this! I bought one a while ago and the plastic clip which keeps …Don't buy this! I bought one a while ago and the plastic clip which keeps the head in place broke and it's 30quid just to replace that part (or buy a brand new one). They notoriously suffer from this issue. Better to buy one with a fixed head with different guards you attached--much more robust.


As did mine, but Philips are always good at replacing parts. They replaced it with a slightly more robust head but still likely to break again. For the price, it's probably worth it.
Always found this a good shaver when I had less facial hair but now I’m growing a beard it doesn’t work very well for me. So be warned
I've got this. I wouldn't recommend it. Vacuum feature seems a bit gimmicky. Dont use it much apart from the blade zero for trimming. The vacuum does not work for that.
I've got this, IMO, it's not all that great. The heads a bit rubbish, and you don't really get an even cut, takes several attempts to get a good trim, and visibility is a little restricted, and detailer well let's say it's not much use either. Recently brought the Wahl aqua blade, which is top notch!
Edited by: "Mari21" 17th Feb
Maevoric16/02/2020 19:54

How good is the vacuum feature?


It’s the third one I’ve had. I’m very happy with vacuum.
I had the 7201 model. worked well until the clip snapped.
Edited by: "baggio4378" 18th Feb
Gone back up to £39.49.
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