Philips OneBlade Hybrid Stubble Trimmer and Shaver 3 x Lengths and One Extra Blade for £26.66 (Prime Student £23.99) Delivered @ Amazon UK
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Philips OneBlade Hybrid Stubble Trimmer and Shaver 3 x Lengths and One Extra Blade for £26.66 (Prime Student £23.99) Delivered @ Amazon UK

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Posted 9th JunEdited by:"Brutes"
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  • Trim, edge, and shave any length of hair. Maintain your perfect stubble length
  • Create precise edges & sharp lines with the contour-following technology and dual-sided blade
  • Comes with 2 blades and 3 combs: Use the 3 click-on combs for lengths of 1, 3 & 5mm
  • Rechargeable battery delivers 45 minutes of constant performance after an 8-hour charge (2-pin plug)
  • Replaceable OneBlade blades lasts up to four months*. Buy your new OneBlade blades at Amazon!
  • Water-resistant: Use wet & dry
  • Looking for a close shave? Take a look at a Philips electric shaver


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Got one from the Philips glitch the other week, wish I had listen to some of the reviews on that thread, as a trimmer it works well as a razor hopeless.
eslick09/06/2019 00:08

Got one from the Philips glitch the other week, wish I had listen to some …Got one from the Philips glitch the other week, wish I had listen to some of the reviews on that thread, as a trimmer it works well as a razor hopeless.


Yes it's a handy gadget for trimming but takes a long long long time to do a full close shave
It’s ok. Dose not shave as good as normal razor. It is bit slow to shave head and if you can afford I will recommend more expensive version with longer battery time and 1hr on charge instead 8 and there’s no indication when is fully charged.
Expensive to run if you 'shave' every day. The 'shave' isn't that close but I am OK with it. However, it is no better than my Braun Series 3. The OneBlade needs a new £10 head every month whereas the Braun needs a new £18 head every 18 months. I would not recommend. They are light if you wan to travel light. Is probably far more effective if you want to maintain a stubble you trim every 4 days or so.

Fail from me overall though.
Interesting feedback, thanks.

In light of the replies guys, does anyone have recommendations for a electric razor that does close stubble shaves / has a solid battery etc?
If shave once a week these are perfect
liquidtmd09/06/2019 08:19

Interesting feedback, thanks. In light of the replies guys, does anyone …Interesting feedback, thanks. In light of the replies guys, does anyone have recommendations for a electric razor that does close stubble shaves / has a solid battery etc?


Yes. I can recommend braun series 9.
liquidtmd09/06/2019 08:19

Interesting feedback, thanks. In light of the replies guys, does anyone …Interesting feedback, thanks. In light of the replies guys, does anyone have recommendations for a electric razor that does close stubble shaves / has a solid battery etc?


A Gillette styler will do the job, needs replacing every 18 months but perfect for that, if you want a close shave invest in a Braun 7 or 9 or just use a fusion

Norwichlad09/06/2019 08:45

If shave once a week these are perfect



Not if you have thick beard, it leaves to much hair and then you need an electric or normal razor to finish the jog. Pointless, trimmer great but get a close shave hopeless.
Edited by: "eslick" 9th Jun
As others have said good as a trimmer, or if like me you use it to touch up, but dont think of it as a razor replacement or you will be dissapointed
Just occurred to me there must be hundreds of these lying unused and unwanted, got to be a business idea in there somewhere
liquidtmd09/06/2019 08:19

Interesting feedback, thanks. In light of the replies guys, does anyone …Interesting feedback, thanks. In light of the replies guys, does anyone have recommendations for a electric razor that does close stubble shaves / has a solid battery etc?


I would just get a cheapo Braun foil shaver. I have a series 3 that was under £30 and is ok. Although it is bottom of the range and the battery life isn't great, a 5min charge is enough for a shave if you have forgotten to charge it up. If it breaks, not much money lost.

I don't think any electric shavers are going to do as well as a regular blade but I get bad shaving rash with a blade. Now, a cut-throat traditional shave is the best but a skilled job. I always go for a traditional shave if I visit countries like Turkey, Cuba etc.

I don't like rotary Philips style shavers but some people do. They miss too many hairs on my face and are a passion to clean.

The more expensive foil shavers might be a bit better but are a lot more expensive and not worth it in my opinion. Given how fast my facial hair grows I have a shadow in a few hours regardless.
Don't bother. Expensive gimmick
Bit of a stupid question but when shaving with this, should you apply shaving foam/gel or is it set to be done 'dry'?

Thanks
hasan695809/06/2019 17:18

Bit of a stupid question but when shaving with this, should you apply …Bit of a stupid question but when shaving with this, should you apply shaving foam/gel or is it set to be done 'dry'?Thanks


Can use either wet or dry
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