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Philips Rotary Shaver Series 6000 Wet and Dry S6630/11 £41.98 @ Costco In-store (Nationwide) only Sunday 1st Dec
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Philips Rotary Shaver Series 6000 Wet and Dry S6630/11 £41.98 @ Costco In-store (Nationwide) only Sunday 1st Dec

£41.98£83.9850%Costco Deals
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Posted 30th Nov 2019Available: National, South East, South, South West, London, East of England, West Midlands, East Midlands, Yorkshire & Lincolnshire, North West, North East, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

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Skin Protection System: Shave closely without nicks and cuts. The Skin Protection System glides smoothly across your skin with its rounded head profile, while keeping your skin protected.

60 minutes of cordless shaving after one full battery charge of one hour.

Men's shaver features:

  • Model number: S6630/11.
  • 2 cutting lengths: .
  • Cordless use.
  • For wet and dry use.
  • 1 hour charge time for 60 minutes usage.
  • 5 minutes quick-charge time to provide enough power for one shave.
  • Rotary system.
  • Fully washable.
  • 1 shaving head included.
  • 1 attachment: SmartClick: Precision trimmer.
  • Travel lock.
  • Accessories included: Travel pouch.
General information:

  • Worldwide voltage for easy use around the globe.
  • Rechargeable battery powered.
  • 2 pin plug.
  • Batteries required 1 x Li-Ion (included) .
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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24 Comments
Shame it's only Costco as this is the best Philips rotary shaver deal this BF/CM. All other retailers have artifically kept "deal" prices high.
Can't see it online.
stuht30/11/2019 21:44

Can't see it online.


It's in store only tomorrow, will make that clear in title, thanks
Is this online or fight the madness of Costco on a weekend?
Siddy30/11/2019 21:47

Is this online or fight the madness of Costco on a weekend?


afraid its in-store ... I tend to find the last hour before closing quiet on a regular sunday, tomorrow no idea, good luck
Oh it will be warm in the car whilst I set her free lol.
About the same price as buying a genuine replacement head for your older Philips shaver. Bargain!
Dilemma...add heat, say what a fabulous price this is given the model, or keep quiet n hope no one else notices till after I've bought mine?
BingoBertie30/11/2019 22:53

Dilemma...add heat, say what a fabulous price this is given the model, or …Dilemma...add heat, say what a fabulous price this is given the model, or keep quiet n hope no one else notices till after I've bought mine?



If your going to the Leeds one then get 2 save me the hassel lol and I won't tell anyone.
It was £83.98 In there today. How do you know its being reduced as its not in the offer booklet?
Robo90901/12/2019 00:42

It was £83.98 In there today. How do you know its being reduced as its not …It was £83.98 In there today. How do you know its being reduced as its not in the offer booklet?


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Don't think you can return these if you're not happy with their performance. I had a Remington model in the past which used to be quite impressive for about 2 years until it started causing skin irritation. After that I had a wet and dry Panasonic one which was rubbish and took ages to shave, obviously irritating your skin by the time you were finished.
And now this looks tempting, would be the first rotary shaver, how are Philips in general with their shavers?
traienuts01/12/2019 01:30

Don't think you can return these if you're not happy with their …Don't think you can return these if you're not happy with their performance. I had a Remington model in the past which used to be quite impressive for about 2 years until it started causing skin irritation. After that I had a wet and dry Panasonic one which was rubbish and took ages to shave, obviously irritating your skin by the time you were finished. And now this looks tempting, would be the first rotary shaver, how are Philips in general with their shavers?


Apparently the spec says for sensitive skin, at this price when elsewhere for circa £100 I think it's almost disposable after a period of time. I'm still on one bought nearly 10yrs ago, this will replace it nicely.

As its wet n dry it's easy to clean under the hot tap.
Fabulous product excellent price, loads on the shelf at Costco Derby.
Cold. Starts picking hair after sometime. Blades need replacing but not easy to find .
Managed to bag 1 bargain cheers op 🏾
You can only buy one at the reduced price.
I have had one of the low end ones (3000 series?) and currently have a 7000 series and I ******* HATE IT!!!

It shaves okay and all that but EVERY SINGLE clip-on head has popped off while shaving and hits the floor and breaks. They are so fragile/flimsy and so prone to coming off the body. Their returns/warranty department are slippery buggers and have not once offered me a replacement part. Replacement heads are £60 or thereabouts.

I hear Remmington are on about the same level of shave so will be heading there when the current one heads south, which is only a matter of time.
Considering buying one of these at a different price.

Could fellow members please share their experience with these units thus far? Hoping for some feedback first.
How much are they in store now?
Siddy09/12/2019 10:02

How much are they in store now?



£83.98 inc vat - Costco Sunbury on Thames - 09/12/19

Could fellow members please share their experience with these units thus far? Hoping for some feedback first.
Libertas09/12/2019 13:54

£83.98 inc vat - Costco Sunbury on Thames - 09/12/19Could fellow members …£83.98 inc vat - Costco Sunbury on Thames - 09/12/19Could fellow members please share their experience with these units thus far? Hoping for some feedback first.


Hi, I bought this on that Sunday when the price was reduced.
Honestly, I'm not impressed with it. I have tried both wet and dry shaving and I just don't feel it works as it should.
If, say, you shave daily or every 2 days, it does a decent job on the face as the hair is at its perfect size.
However it's really difficult to deal with the neck area as you have to go over and over a few times, which only causes irritation to your skin.
I'll keep trying different approaches, but like I said, I wouldn't recommend this at full price or anything more than what we paid for it. It just takes too long for a shave and the more you insist, the more irritation it causes, mostly on the neck.
Need to finish up that area with a normal Gillette shaver blade.
My older Remington model which I bought more than 5 years ago was really impressive and you could be done shaving in 2-3 minutes tops. It only ended up in the bin as I couldn't find original replacement heads.

This is just my honest opinion, hope it helps, perhaps others have different views.
Edited by: "traienuts" 9th Dec 2019
Appreciate the feedback traienuts.

The whole reason I was considering this was to shave the back & sides of my neck.

I use a silvercrest rotary shaver to do the top of my head - but if I use it on my neck - the skin reacts with ridges & blotches that take 2 hours to disappear.

Can anyone suggest some solutions that worked for them
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