Philips HQ7390/17 Williams F1 Mains Rechargeable Shaver £25 @ Asda instore Beckton
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Philips HQ7390/17 Williams F1 Mains Rechargeable Shaver £25 @ Asda instore Beckton

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Found 31st Jan 2012
Saw this shaver in clearance sale in Asda at Beckton
Few left in shelf.
I don't know if it National but in my local Asda.
Others shops more than 50 quid and online more.
Good review
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Hot deal if you can find any - these like many other Philips take HQ8 replacement heads which are normally about £25 so its just as cheap to buy this than it is to buy just new heads......

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Edited by: "gari189" 31st Jan 2012
A Williams Formula 1 electric shaver!! What will they think of next? How about Formula 1 toilet tissue to help prevent skid marks?
Awful shaver, picked this up from amazon about 18 months ago when it was in their sale for £48 and doesn't give a good cut at all and found myself having a wet shave after using it because the amount of hair it missed.

Currently now using a Braun series 3 wet and dry shaver which is well better and was only £35
One of the slowest shavers I've ever used, which is ironic for an F1 branded product.
just to add to the bad comments about this, it's a pretty bad shaver, avoid
thekraken

just to add to the bad comments about this, it's a pretty bad shaver, … just to add to the bad comments about this, it's a pretty bad shaver, avoid



agree better using a brick
Disagree, works well, nice and light and battery last for ages. Heat.
Good price - I have this and if used daily it gives a good shave. But - if you use after 2/3 days growth its not that great and agree with earlier poster, a wet shave is needed.
I have one, and it is pretty bad. Does a **** poor job. Cold vote
Dont buy bought this last year ,black Friday deals of amazon charge is poor I have and oldish Philips

Shaver , loads better than this .
Its already for couple of weeks there (on shelf with toys:). Very slow shaver, but eventually it shaves perfectly. And its really really quite.
Avoid bought this last year terrible shaver , better of buying the sensotouch Phillips 179 but boots and Argos constantly have offers for 80-90 pounds bought it this Xmas and its a brill shaver haven't used a blade since
Got one from Argos last year - I agree with v8griff and kiltedup - for the price it's fine, works well enough on a days growth, maybe not so good on longer/thicker hair but you get what you pay for...
Got one from M&S just before Christmas for £38 (after Quidco cashback). Decent enough shaver at that price, and even better for £25. I've been using daily since the start of the year and have only had to re-charge once so far, and it recharged in an hour. Close enough shave for me. Good deal!
I have one and it's freeking sweet.
Smooth, never ever had a cut or pull and so easy to clean.
This battery lasts like 3 hours of continuous shaving so basically a few months for some people a few weeks for others and charges in no time. Easily worth £90 let alone £25.
My husband has this and says its fantastic!
gari189

Hot deal if you can find any - these like many other Philips take HQ8 … Hot deal if you can find any - these like many other Philips take HQ8 replacement heads which are normally about £25 so its just as cheap to buy this than it is to buy just new heads......


But do you need to replace the heads? Usually they are self-sharpening and last for ages.
I have a Philips shaver for about 18 years now, and still using it. It does not require any replacements.
It is true I am far from using it every day, sometimes I shave one or twice a week, but still, 18 years of service...
bought one for about £50 a few years ago takes about 15-20 minutes to shave not even worth £10 imo
This razor is really slow, its fine for a quick buzz if going out at night and wet shaved same morning, anything longer and it is really poor.

Shame co it does look good and battery life is excellent..
I bought one to replace the awful Coolskin shaver i had, its brilliant. Does the job nice & tidy, its pretty quick & a single charge lasts for an age!
I've got stubble like wire wool too so it gets a battering
Edited by: "americanv8" 31st Jan 2012
Nice! Are there any other model is reducing aswell?

Thanks
very bad shaver. I've had this one few months back. Very slow and bad cut.
I have had one for over 2 years and mine is brilliant .... I use mine for my head as well as face and had no problem with it.
Might be tempted to get another for 25 quid if there's any in stock near me, save me paying £30 for a new head.
I've also had mine for over 1 year, I have nothing but praise for it, I use it every day and I love it! (admittedly it'll struggle if I don't shave for like 4 days) but it's more than paid for itself in expensive razor blades and the time saved in the morning rush for work.
Ive had mine for a year and it works brilliantly
yeah have to agree i dont like it some shaves are quite grim and it hurts, ill wait till another braun deal is on.
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