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Philips BT7202/13 Beard and Stubble Trimmer - £39.40 @ Amazon
Philips BT7202/13 Beard and Stubble Trimmer - £39.40 @ Amazon

Philips BT7202/13 Beard and Stubble Trimmer - £39.40 @ Amazon

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£10 off the normal price, ignoring the RRP.

This is the one off the current advertising campaign that supposedly vacuums up 90% of stubble.

Gets great reviews and this is the cheapest it's ever been according to the three camels.

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absolutely aweful. poor uneven cutting.

soulman123

absolutely aweful. poor uneven cutting.



​really? the Amazon reviews seem very contrary to that point of view...

Nice. I was going to have to go into town to order this from boots. Saves me a trip.

Each to their own but this is the best stubble trimmer I've had. My old Babyliss one didn't cut evenly, probably because it kept clogging. The vacuum works very well and means I can whizz over my beard in record time, but leaves a little more than 10% stubble in the sink stubble. Well worth the money

I am looking for a trimmer gives closest shave (I know is trimmer not shaver) without a attachment, search many but there are mixed reviews ...... so far this looks good as it has minimum 0.4 mm length Philips BT5200/13 Series 5000, any recommendation?

jun19

I am looking for a trimmer gives closest shave (I know is trimmer not … I am looking for a trimmer gives closest shave (I know is trimmer not shaver) without a attachment, search many but there are mixed reviews ...... so far this looks good as it has minimum 0.4 mm length Philips BT5200/13 Series 5000, any recommendation?



​I'd recommend the Phillips oneblade, comes closest to a clean shave than others and is only £20

The vacuum feature on this is OK at best. The trimmer I have no problems with and it's so easy to dial in the length adjustments as well. Cheaper than I paid for it a couple of month ago in Costco as well, so great deal.

youngrobbo

The vacuum feature on this is OK at best. The trimmer I have no problems … The vacuum feature on this is OK at best. The trimmer I have no problems with and it's so easy to dial in the length adjustments as well. Cheaper than I paid for it a couple of month ago in Costco as well, so great deal.



What I find it's best for is keeping the blade relatively hair free by sucking it away, but it certainly doesn't mean you don't have to wash away sink stubble afterwards

Having to wash stubble from the sink; the travails of modern life!

jun19

I am looking for a trimmer gives closest shave (I know is trimmer not … I am looking for a trimmer gives closest shave (I know is trimmer not shaver) without a attachment, search many but there are mixed reviews ...... so far this looks good as it has minimum 0.4 mm length Philips BT5200/13 Series 5000, any recommendation?



I'd also recommend one blade!

vaderag

​really? the Amazon reviews seem very contrary to that point of view...



​I had two from amazon. I thought the first was faulty. I can only speak from my own experience.

The only blade top model is good. That's what I ended up getting.

Any link to the one blade?
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