Philips OneBlade QP2520/30 Hybrid Trimmer and Shaver (3x Lengths and 1 Extra Blade) was £49.99 now £29.99 delivered @ Amazon
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Philips OneBlade QP2520/30 Hybrid Trimmer and Shaver (3x Lengths and 1 Extra Blade) was £49.99 now £29.99 delivered @ Amazon

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Found 2nd Jul 2017
Philips OneBlade QP2520/30 Hybrid Trimmer and Shaver (3x Lengths and 1 Extra Blade) - exclusive to Amazon (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug)

Was £49.99 now £29.99 delivered

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Rechargeable OneBlade can trim, edge, and shave any length of hair

Exclusive Amazon Frustration-Free-Packaging
Trim it down - click on combs for a fast and even trim in all the right places

Edge it up - dual-sided blade for precise edging to line up your style easier than ever

Replaceable OneBlade lasts up to 4 months. (For best shaving experience. Based on 2 full shaves per week. Actual results may vary.)
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Cheaper in boots. £26.66
bsrizwan47 m ago

Cheaper in boots. £26.66

Good price considering the blades are £13 each
"UNIQUE" one blade technology.... each blade 13 quid only! LOL I'd stay with my feather razors and unique double edge Merkur razor
The blades last four months. It's certainly the best electric shavel shaver I've ever owned doesn't cut but takes a while. Costco have this with 2 spare blades for 35
bsrizwan

Cheaper in boots. £26.66



Boots doesn't have extra blade
I have one and it's brilliant. If you get irritatation from wet shaving I'd highly recommend this, no iriitation whatsoever.
Best shaver I've ever had. Boots only comes with 1 blade. This comes with 2.
Thanks OP. Purchased.
VFX92nd Jul 2017

Boots doesn't have extra blade


If I try it from Amazon but don't like it will Amazon except used shaver for return, for full refund?
Pateo

If I try it from Amazon but don't like it will Amazon except used shaver … If I try it from Amazon but don't like it will Amazon except used shaver for return, for full refund?



Doubtful, unless it's faulty...
I think this is the NiMH battery version. The Lithium Ion battery version comes with four length guides, and has been available for only a £1 or 2 more, for those who're not in a hurry to buy.
Sid.Harper

The blades last four months. It's certainly the best electric shaver I've … The blades last four months. It's certainly the best electric shaver I've ever owned doesn't cut but takes a while. Costco have this with 2 spare blades for 35


Interested in buying one, but to last four months are you using it every day? The listing states 'up to 4 months', based on 2 full shaves per week which is just over a month of daily use.
Ajibee

I think this is the NiMH battery version. The Lithium Ion battery version … I think this is the NiMH battery version. The Lithium Ion battery version comes with four length guides, and has been available for only a £1 or 2 more, for those who're not in a hurry to buy.


Yeah you're right mat,e looks like the better one has been as low as 29 quid as recently as May 2017, will hold out for that as the charge time is half.
I got 1 of these a few months back. I ain't used any other beard trimmer/shaver since. Defo worth getting!
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Ajibee1 h, 8 m ago

I think this is the NiMH battery version. The Lithium Ion battery version …I think this is the NiMH battery version. The Lithium Ion battery version comes with four length guides, and has been available for only a £1 or 2 more, for those who're not in a hurry to buy.

​where was it sold for £1 worth waiting
Do these give a closer shave than those shavers with 3 little circle heads?
rich_jtg

Interested in buying one, but to last four months are you using it every … Interested in buying one, but to last four months are you using it every day? The listing states 'up to 4 months', based on 2 full shaves per week which is just over a month of daily use.



Definitely not hygienic using the same blade for 4 months... pretty much risking the chance of getting an infection of some sort. My friend got an abscess on his neck from shaving too many times with the same blade (different razor). I'm always cautious now and change mine frequently. Worth a thought.
Ajibee

I think this is the NiMH battery version. The Lithium Ion battery version … I think this is the NiMH battery version. The Lithium Ion battery version comes with four length guides, and has been available for only a £1 or 2 more, for those who're not in a hurry to buy.



Exactly why I didn't post this just after midnight...not a good deal at all
The_Hoff1 h, 43 m ago

Doubtful, unless it's faulty...


I've just had it confirmed via Amazon live chat that you can use them and return for full refund if not satisfied! So I will order now!
I don't suppose someone who owns one of these can give me an idea of how much it weighs can then?

Would be appreciated.

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mohamedalex013

where was it sold for £1 worth waiting


Remember to hold your breath while waiting for that - it'll raise the average IQ of the whole country!
adamwilko007

Do these give a closer shave than those shavers with 3 little circle … Do these give a closer shave than those shavers with 3 little circle heads?



No it won't be as close a shave. The OneBlade isn't about closeness. It actually leaves a short stubble behind.
Edited by: "kebabthief" 2nd Jul 2017
Godspeed

I don't suppose someone who owns one of these can give me an idea of how … I don't suppose someone who owns one of these can give me an idea of how much it weighs can then?Would be appreciated.G



I have the Pro version which is slightly bigger and it weighs 106g, this is about the weight of a TV remote.
I would expect the standard one to weigh slightly less.

It can take a while to get used to how it cuts if you are using the styling combs but I will agree with everyone else when it comes to a clean shave it's excellent.
I get razor burn and cuts myself a lot but with this it's smooth an no irritation.
adamwilko007

Do these give a closer shave than those shavers with 3 little circle … Do these give a closer shave than those shavers with 3 little circle heads?



I get razor burn so bought one of these and it is excellent. I can get a clean shave with no feeling of stubble but the 5 o'clock shadow will come in around 3pm
I has a little plastic guide under the blade so it gets very close but the blades don't physically touch the skin, no razor burn, no cuts, well worth the money.
I seem to remember the advert saying in small print that it doesn't shave as close as a traditional manual razor, so what's the point then?
drunken_prozac

I have the Pro version which is slightly bigger and it weighs 106g, this … I have the Pro version which is slightly bigger and it weighs 106g, this is about the weight of a TV remote.I would expect the standard one to weigh slightly less.It can take a while to get used to how it cuts if you are using the styling combs but I will agree with everyone else when it comes to a clean shave it's excellent.I get razor burn and cuts myself a lot but with this it's smooth an no irritation.



Thank you very much sir!

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David23

I seem to remember the advert saying in small print that it doesn't shave … I seem to remember the advert saying in small print that it doesn't shave as close as a traditional manual razor, so what's the point then?


It's for people who want to control or shape stubble, or if like me suffer real irritation from regular shaving, this offers an, albeit not as close, alternative option to shaving.
I've had mine about 6 months, and not yet needed to change the blade. I also have an alternative electric shaver, but it's pretty good for my needs.
rich_jtg

Interested in buying one, but to last four months are you using it every … Interested in buying one, but to last four months are you using it every day? The listing states 'up to 4 months', based on 2 full shaves per week which is just over a month of daily use.



The blades don't last anywhere near 4 months unless you're using them very sparingly. I use one for my face and also my head. I tend to get 2 decent weeks of use (shaving every 2-3 days) and then a week or two or ok but snaggy shaving. Personally I think the blades are excellent so am happy spending a tenner every 2-3 weeks. However, the 8 months advertised is a flat out lie and the 4 months quoted is going to be far from the norm.
happy with mine, replaced a Remington stubble shaver.
this gets much closer, without a guide it cuts almost as close as a manual wet shave. with the guides you can get a nice close stubble through to about half a cm.

a little more tricky to get it all smoothly cut the same length, but a lot of that is maybe down to me using a longer cut than I used to. (I wanted a longer stubble).
I have one of these OneBlades and it's great! For years I just used a pair of clippers as I always had a rash from my electric shaver and didn't like using a razor... I've now found this!
I have one and can only recommend this for people with beards or short stubble. Dont expect clean shave performance and you will be happy. It is really good though.
Don't expect a closer shave with these. It's a trimmer. Good enough for some but lower your expectations for those wanting to replace their dry or wet razors
So many conflicting reviews and opinions about these. Wouldn't mind trying one out as I often get bad shaving rash but I do prefer a close shave.
grv999

So many conflicting reviews and opinions about these. Wouldn't mind … So many conflicting reviews and opinions about these. Wouldn't mind trying one out as I often get bad shaving rash but I do prefer a close shave.



I did as well, don't with this one
adamwilko0078 h, 18 m ago

Do these give a closer shave than those shavers with 3 little circle heads?


never I have had a proper trim with trihead trimmer.

those are waste of money unless you only trim 0.0001cm every day
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