Philips OneBlade Rechargeable Facial Trim Edge and Shave Beard Hair Trimmer Kit - QP2520/25 £24.99 at 7dayShop
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Philips OneBlade Rechargeable Facial Trim Edge and Shave Beard Hair Trimmer Kit - QP2520/25 £24.99 at 7dayShop

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Posted 7th Oct
This little shaver gets a lot of interest and I see it in here frequently. I think this may be about the lowest I have seen for a while, though its possible it's available elsewhere at around the same price.

Price includes delivery (according to the website) and having bought and used one from here myself I can both HIGHLY recommend both the product and the site without hesitation.
Thank you for any heat in advance.
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domd21207/10/2019 16:47

Has anyone had experience with this. I can't tell if it would replace …Has anyone had experience with this. I can't tell if it would replace traditional razors


They’re brilliant, wouldn’t use anything else on my beard. Also good for your nuts 🥜
domd21207/10/2019 16:47

Has anyone had experience with this. I can't tell if it would replace …Has anyone had experience with this. I can't tell if it would replace traditional razors


It uses a very fine trimming blade which gets really close to the skin. But not as close as a traditional blade.

Having said that it's close enough that you don't feel any hard stubble, where pulling a woollen jersey over your head leaves fluff on your face. I have a really tough beard and this is all I use.

I really can't recommend it enough.
domd21207/10/2019 16:47

Has anyone had experience with this. I can't tell if it would replace …Has anyone had experience with this. I can't tell if it would replace traditional razors


Unpopular opinion but I think they are absolute crap.

They don't shave nearly as close as a traditional razor (if you want that, try the Philips PQ203/17 which can sometimes be had for £10).

They don't trim as well as a larger unit like the Remington Barba because the Oneblade blades are teeny tiny.

And forget about using them on your intimate areas... they tear and rip hairs out for that.
Don’t waste your time, if you have anything more than 12 year old bum-fluff this thing is useless. Honestly. I don’t understand how anyone has anything good to say about these.
Edited by: "Dr-Rjinswand" 7th Oct
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Has anyone had experience with this. I can't tell if it would replace traditional razors
These were £26.66 in Asda
7dayshop is solid, bought before with no problems
domd21207/10/2019 16:47

Has anyone had experience with this. I can't tell if it would replace …Has anyone had experience with this. I can't tell if it would replace traditional razors


It uses a very fine trimming blade which gets really close to the skin. But not as close as a traditional blade.

Having said that it's close enough that you don't feel any hard stubble, where pulling a woollen jersey over your head leaves fluff on your face. I have a really tough beard and this is all I use.

I really can't recommend it enough.
domd21207/10/2019 16:47

Has anyone had experience with this. I can't tell if it would replace …Has anyone had experience with this. I can't tell if it would replace traditional razors


They’re brilliant, wouldn’t use anything else on my beard. Also good for your nuts 🥜
QP2530/25 £29.44 with extra blade @ Philips code VOUCHER5 / £24.79 with Unidays code
Sign up to get 50% off your first replacement pack, 3 blade pack £15.25 philips.co.uk/c-m…ade
Edited by: "ellenw" 7th Oct
domd21207/10/2019 16:47

Has anyone had experience with this. I can't tell if it would replace …Has anyone had experience with this. I can't tell if it would replace traditional razors


Unpopular opinion but I think they are absolute crap.

They don't shave nearly as close as a traditional razor (if you want that, try the Philips PQ203/17 which can sometimes be had for £10).

They don't trim as well as a larger unit like the Remington Barba because the Oneblade blades are teeny tiny.

And forget about using them on your intimate areas... they tear and rip hairs out for that.
I have the pro version of this. Its great. But I don't like the feeling or look of being clean shaven so use it to trim
Love mine. It doesn’t get as close as a traditional blade, but I get in growing hairs so this is perfect for me.
domd21207/10/2019 16:47

Has anyone had experience with this. I can't tell if it would replace …Has anyone had experience with this. I can't tell if it would replace traditional razors


Keep mine in the car and use it to ‘touch up’ would say as a trimmer it is good but as a razor pretty crap
Worth noting that this is the older Ni-MH battery model. 45m runtime / 8h charge vs. 60m / 4h plus less memory effect for the newer Li-ion models.

I got one of the latter a month ago and have used it every 5-10 days for a clean-ish shave. Doesn't get especialy close but also doesn't irritate at all, and works a lot better than the regular foil or rotary shavers I've tried for this frequency of use / beard length.
Don’t waste your time, if you have anything more than 12 year old bum-fluff this thing is useless. Honestly. I don’t understand how anyone has anything good to say about these.
Edited by: "Dr-Rjinswand" 7th Oct
Agree with the comments about it being poor. As a trimmer it does the job but as anything else it’s poor and doesn’t cut close enough. Paid £12 with the glitch earlier in the year and that’s about all it should be
Edited by: "eslick" 8th Oct
Replacement blades are £25 (3 pack). How long does each blade last?
How on earth are everyone's views so different about this? I have a foil electric razor for my eldest son, which is rubbish. I need to get my youngest son a razor now and thought this might be ok. Obviously not now. Can anyone recommend something that will give a good shave and last?
Don't forget 2.52% topcashback.
Reality08/10/2019 10:24

How on earth are everyone's views so different about this? I have a foil …How on earth are everyone's views so different about this? I have a foil electric razor for my eldest son, which is rubbish. I need to get my youngest son a razor now and thought this might be ok. Obviously not now. Can anyone recommend something that will give a good shave and last?


Got my son & son in law this with Philips glitch a few weeks ago, Oneblade QP2530/25 £29.44 with extra blade @ Philips, code VOUCHER5 / £24.79 with Unidays code
Sign up to get 50% off your first replacement pack, 3 blade pack £15.25 philips.co.uk/c-m…ade
Charging 4 hours, run time 60 minutes
Reality08/10/2019 10:24

How on earth are everyone's views so different about this? I have a foil …How on earth are everyone's views so different about this? I have a foil electric razor for my eldest son, which is rubbish. I need to get my youngest son a razor now and thought this might be ok. Obviously not now. Can anyone recommend something that will give a good shave and last?


Honestly? A good razor (I used a Edwin Jäger safety razor, cheaper and better).

If that is really a problem then I would go for a good rotary, but then you’re talking ~£200.

I honestly stress not to buy this, I don’t know how they’ve been on the market this long. I actually feel like I might have a defective head or I’m using it wrong.
domd21207/10/2019 16:47

Has anyone had experience with this. I can't tell if it would replace …Has anyone had experience with this. I can't tell if it would replace traditional razors


use it since 10months (shaving twice a week), blade still ok. shave better than electric shaver but less close to traditionnal one. Need 2 weeks to be used to it (shaving direction is the opposite of usual one)
Less painfull and irratiting than traditionnal shaving, specially for long beard.
Faster than both.
Battery is lasting more than 10 shaves.
Be aware that the head is fragile.
Can't go back to any type of shaving even if heads price is awfull (but last long)
Edited by: "boiteacourrier" 8th Oct
These are £23.99 most of the time but I don't know when they increased the price to £24.99.. and I think it's not Lithium battery ones.
I think these are amazing. I've said it before, visually you will look clean shaven, but it feels like 1 days growth. I guess everyones facial hair is different though. I used to shave once a week but with this its now around 5 days. But razor burn is gone, no rashes, no spots, no hairs digging back into my face. No constant replacement of blades or buying disposable, i have a subscription set up on Amazon where they send me a blade every 4 months. I'll never go back to a traditional razor.
Simple solution... I shave 4 times a year
I’d recommend this as a body shaver as all the other ones I’ve used have been complete trash.

As for the face.. I have a beard now so I don’t know 😄
d_k_u_h07/10/2019 18:41

plus less memory effect for the newer Li-ion models


Lithium ion batteries have zero "memory effect" so it's not really "less", more "none".
it's £33.32 on Amazon with an extra blade
domd21207/10/2019 16:47

Has anyone had experience with this. I can't tell if it would replace …Has anyone had experience with this. I can't tell if it would replace traditional razors


Amazing and last long. Better for your skin also.
I hate using razors as they irritate and cut my skin. This little marvel does no such thing! The shave is very close to the skin and leaves a smooth finish. Neck shaving is actually enjoyable now! Absolutely worth it.
To do a full shave these aren't great, however for a touch up they're amazing.
Above the top lip, stray hairs on the cheeks etc, I use mine purely for maintenance of stubble though. If I'm doing a full shave I either use my Phillips rotary, or if I have the time my double edge.
I think WELL pharmacy have these on promotion in store for £20
These are great if you want the "shaved by Freddy Krueger" look
Thanks for posting @HedgePiggy we have added this to the Highlights pages
If you are going for the bald look this is great to use!
Be wary of razor burn especially if you're of a particular ethnicity, as this does cut quite close!

Unsure if the offer is still available but you can pick this up coupled with a philips nose trimmer also for £2 extra so £26/27 total!
Edited by: "HSunny" 9th Oct
Amazon does it for 25.48. I bought it for 30 on the release. And I never seen them for 40 quid. Your price only 50 pence better that Amazon 😁
QP2530/25 with extra blade £27.89 @ Philips 10% code myvouchercodes.co.uk/phi…ore
4 hour full charge / 1 hour run time / Battery type Lithium-ion
lucas07/10/2019 17:50

They’re brilliant, wouldn’t use anything else on my beard. Also good for yo …They’re brilliant, wouldn’t use anything else on my beard. Also good for your nuts 🥜


And armpits 😁
Jon_Snow07/10/2019 22:12

Replacement blades are £25 (3 pack). How long does each blade last?


I bought mine back in 2016 and I am still on my second blade. I don't grow heard, but not shave every day either. Maybe once a week.
ellenw09/10/2019 10:44

QP2530/25 with extra blade £27.89 @ Philips 10% code …QP2530/25 with extra blade £27.89 @ Philips 10% code https://www.myvouchercodes.co.uk/philips-store#reveal:VCYgjyGYPqs:14 hour full charge / 1 hour run time / Battery type Lithium-ion


Cant see the extra blade at Philips, 20% with uni days, 15% with newsletter
maakuji09/10/2019 14:56

Cant see the extra blade at Philips, 20% with uni days, 15% with newsletter


The extra blade is in the box, definitely two @ Philips.
£24.79 with Unidays code, tried it, works.
Edited by: "ellenw" 9th Oct
Jon_Snow07/10/2019 22:12

Replacement blades are £25 (3 pack). How long does each blade last?


From my experience they don't last long.
After 2 full head shaves the blades started to loose there sharpness and became uncomfortable to use. I thought I might have a duff blade included with the main unit so I purchased a replacement pack of 2 for approx. £25 and the same thing happened.
I feel this is a bit like inkjet printers i.e you can buy a very cheap printer but then have to pay a fortune if you want to continue using it because the inks are over priced.
lucas07/10/2019 17:50

They’re brilliant, wouldn’t use anything else on my beard. Also good for yo …They’re brilliant, wouldn’t use anything else on my beard. Also good for your nuts 🥜



There's something very wrong about using the same blade and shaver on your nuts and on your face lol. I don't know how Philips' marketing team managed to convince people to do this - they must have gotten a promotion(!)
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