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Philips OneBlade QP2520/30 Hybrid trimmer & shaver (3x lengths & 1 extra blade) was £44.99 now £29.99 @ Amazon
Philips OneBlade QP2520/30 Hybrid trimmer & shaver (3x lengths & 1 extra blade) was £44.99 now £29.99 @ Amazon

Philips OneBlade QP2520/30 Hybrid trimmer & shaver (3x lengths & 1 extra blade) was £44.99 now £29.99 @ Amazon

- OneBlade can trim down, edge up or shave off any length of hair
- NiMH battery delivers 45 minutes of constant power after an 8 hour charge
- NB please note - this product comes with a two-pin shaver plug for charging purposes
- Two blades last up to 8 months (based on two full shaves per week; actual results may vary)
- Includes one extra OneBlade replaceable blade, rechargeable handle and three stubble combs
- Use wet or dry with or without foam; even in the shower

You can buy this item for a lesser price but you do not get the extra Oneblade.
Tesco Groceries for £26.66
Boots for £23.32

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I'm tempted. I currently use a babyliss istubble but I'm on the verge of buying either this or a Braun 3080s. Any thoughts?

Asda have the Lithium battery version for £25 but without the extra blade, probably a better long term purchase though.

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b1g1an

Asda have the Lithium battery version for £25 but without the extra … Asda have the Lithium battery version for £25 but without the extra blade, probably a better long term purchase though.


Agree.. This one has NimH battery delivers 45 minutes of constant styling power after an 8 hour charge.

Cannot sing the praises of this enough. hubby is a **** for letting his beard get tramp like and this just blasts through it. it isn't a close shave but it gets rid of the bulk of the hair. hubby has very sensitive skin and this doesn't irritate at all. well worth the money in my opinion. highly recommended

My hubby uses this one he likes it. It was 40£ in costco when he got it last month.

tom6195

I'm tempted. I currently use a babyliss istubble but I'm on the verge of … I'm tempted. I currently use a babyliss istubble but I'm on the verge of buying either this or a Braun 3080s. Any thoughts?



​I have used the iStubble on my head for a few years now and this shaves closer but takes a bit longer to do if you have more than a few days growth. On the face it's best if you want to go from a few days growth to reasonably clean shave in one device.

Got this, it is good!

Worth the extra for the spare blade, heat added

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nehurane

My hubby uses this one he likes it. It was 40£ in costco when he got it … My hubby uses this one he likes it. It was 40£ in costco when he got it last month.


Thanks

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Aaronnnn

Got this, it is good!


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sradmad

Worth the extra for the spare blade, heat added


True Sradmad

This model battery is not very good. I have one with lithium battery and shows charge remaining.

Two blades are £19.99 in Boots

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sam_of_london

This model battery is not very good. I have one with lithium battery … This model battery is not very good. I have one with lithium battery and shows charge remaining.


Agree.. This one has NimH battery delivers 45 minutes of constant styling power after an 8 hour charge.

sam_of_london

This model battery is not very good. I have one with lithium battery … This model battery is not very good. I have one with lithium battery and shows charge remaining.


which model is better? thanks

The one with lithium battery and battery display

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jaaa1976

which model is better? thanks


Well read the description of both items.. Both have pros n cons

I bought a couple of the one bladed packages for €14.99 each at the Carrefour in Antibes. Not sure I'd pay more

sam_of_london

The one with lithium battery and battery display



The one with the display is the Pro and quite a lot more expensive.

I have one of these. On the upside the shave quality is brilliant, easily the best electric shaver I have ever used. It gives a close, even shave (even with attachments) and best of all doesn't irritate the skin at all. I can't shave my neck with conventional blades or other shavers because of irritation, but the One Blade doesn't bother my neck at all.

The only negative is the blades, they don't last long. I shave my face and head with mine so obviously use it more than stated but you are lucky if you get a month out the blades. The shave quality doesn't dip too much but they tug and pull after only a few uses, around 2 weeks for me. This is a far cry from the "lasts up to 4 months" nonsense the advertising spouts,

Overall, if you're happy to spend a tenner a month on blades this is a no brained, easily the best shaver I've ever used. If ongoing cost is an issue, you'd be better of with a slightly pricier alternate that doesn't have disposable blades.


*edit* as for the battery, I have the cheaper model and I think I've charged it 2 or 3 times since September - and I shave with it 3-4 times a week. The battery life really isn't an issue.
Edited by: "heeljames" 27th Nov 2016

I bought Philips QG3362/23 SERIES 5000 to get one day stubble but very disappointed is not giving close enough, I have Philips shaver but looking for trimmer give reasonable close enough shave, any suggestion



"after an 8 hour charge"??? oO

Pretty good item. As most have said it's not razor close but near as dammit and as good as you will find for a shaver. Not great for neat edging burns & beards etc though

got the 2530 model
not as good as a standard razor but the best shave i've had using a shaver
I use shaving oil and its a nice close shave

if you look enough you'll find cheap blades for £7 on ebay

Cheaper at superdrug this weekend

dorey69

Cheaper at superdrug this weekend



​This one has an extra blade. Superdrug doesn't stock this one

Approved Food has this for £14.99 store.approvedfood.co.uk/bod…330 (one left though!) and a promo code for £3 shipping over £35 HPSDEC
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