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Philips AquaTouch wet & Dry electric shaver £34.99 @ Superdrug
Philips AquaTouch wet & Dry electric shaver £34.99 @ Superdrug

Philips AquaTouch wet & Dry electric shaver £34.99 @ Superdrug

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If you believe the RRP of £99 this is a big saving!
Regardless, it's the cheapest I can find for this shaver at the moment.

Use wet, protects skin. Now enjoy a refreshing shave without worrying about damaging your skin.
Features
Aquatec wet & dry
The Aquatec seal on the shaver makes it 100% waterproof. Use it in the shower with your favourite shaving gel or foam for extra skin protection. Naturally, you can also shave dry for convenience. When you are done, simply pop the heads open and rinse under the tap to easily clean your shaver.
ComfortCut blades - ComfortCut blades have rounded edges that glide smoothly on your skin, so you always get a close - yet comfortable - shave.Skin protection system - Rounded low-friction protection heads adjust to the curves of your face to limit skin damage.

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https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00DI3J0HA?

Same price in Amazon.
Edited by moderator: "ref code" 27th Nov 2016

Thought for a minute this was the one I just paid twice as much for for husband , then realised this needs charging for 8 hours for 45 minutes use , so not the same one oO and breathe again
Edited by: "tinkerbellian" 23rd Nov 2016

Original Poster

vassy4u

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00DI3J0HA?ie=UTF8&tag=pric097-21&linkCode=xm2&camp=1634&creativeASIN=B00DI3J0HASame price in Amazon.



Presumably price matched. Great to see such good reviews on both sites too!

Original Poster

tinkerbellian

Thought for a minute this was the one I just paid twice as much for for … Thought for a minute this was the one I just paid twice as much for for husband , then realised this needs charging for 8 hours for 45 minutes use , so not the same one oO and breathe again



45 minutes apparently equates to about 14 days shaving.

Baccus

45 minutes apparently equates to about 14 days shaving.


Hmmm , my husband must just be very hairy then, that would probably last him about 3 days ! The one we picked does a fast charge which was what he wanted, he doesn't have the patience to charge it for 8 hours

Philips oneblade is much better

Was just about to order one but it's not the model with the pop-up trimmer, which I find quite useful. Meh...

This Tesco deal is essentially the same shaver but with a quick charge Lithium battery and pop up trimmer, more than worth the extra fiver...

hotukdeals.com/dea…259

8 hours ? seriously ?
Edited by: "Samluk" 27th Nov 2016

No pop up trimmer, whats this all about?

Bendown

No pop up trimmer, whats this all about?


To trim the "curly whurly's"

this any good for cuffs?
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