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Philips Series 3000 Wet & Dry Men’s Electric Shaver with Pop-up Trimmer - S3580/06 (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) at Amazon £35
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Philips Series 3000 Wet & Dry Men’s Electric Shaver with Pop-up Trimmer - S3580/06 (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) at Amazon £35

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Posted 29th Dec 2019

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Philips Series 3000 Wet & Dry Men’s Electric Shaver with Pop-up Trimmer - S3580/06 (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) for £35 from Amazon with free next day delivery.

I have been using this for 2 years - bought it for £79.99 from boots on offer.
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I think this is always £35. I bought mine from Boots 18 months ago for £35.
On the Philips site these are £50 reduced from £110.
Got mine from Amazon before Xmas, same price. Replaces the same sort of shaver I have had for about 5 years.
Good price.
Very good shaver for this price. Yes it is this fairly often but it's still a handy heads up. Thanks OP.
Got this as a present this Xmas, would you recommend I keep it or return? First electric shaver in a long long while.
Kingydaman29/12/2019 12:12

Got this as a present this Xmas, would you recommend I keep it or return? …Got this as a present this Xmas, would you recommend I keep it or return? First electric shaver in a long long while.


Keep it. Philips are the best long-established rotary shavers. This model is all you need for comfortable close shaving. It lasts a good long time between charges. If you've not used an electric shaver for a while it will probably take a few shaves to get comfortable again.Then it'll be fine.
DonDraper29/12/2019 13:43

Keep it. Philips are the best long-established rotary shavers. This model …Keep it. Philips are the best long-established rotary shavers. This model is all you need for comfortable close shaving. It lasts a good long time between charges. If you've not used an electric shaver for a while it will probably take a few shaves to get comfortable again.Then it'll be fine.


Thanks DD.
Batteries have 50% of their charge after 2 years, literally can not find a good battery and mains shaver. I've got an old Remington but they don't make the heads for it anymore. Stupid throw away society, we're doomed.

I'm literally willing to spend £150 on this but it doesn't exist.
Edited by: "backyard" 29th Dec 2019
Had this Phillips under 2 years batteries lasted one shave also one of the blades completely gone, I got an Aldi one for Christmas under the brand name visage it's 20 quid and so far so good, it also has a led read out of how long battery remaining and comes with a charging stand also 3 years warranty.
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