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Philips Series 7000 12-in-1 Grooming Kit MG7710 - £24.99 @ Argos
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Philips Series 7000 12-in-1 Grooming Kit MG7710 - £24.99 @ Argos

£24.99£39.9938%Argos Deals
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Posted 6th Feb

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£24.99 (Was £49.99)
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Enjoy ultimate styling and precision with the Philips 12-in-1 grooming kit so you can stay in complete control of your style. Groom your beard, hair and body with this showerproof all-in-one trimmer. 12 attachments give you the freedom to create different styles from head to toe, in or out of the shower. Enjoy maximum precision with dual cut blades and added control with a no-slip rubber grip. Use the full-size metal trimmer without a comb to get clean, sharp lines around your beard, neck and hair, or to trim your body hair to a minimum length.

The high-quality combs are designed to be durable, reliable and long-lasting. They incorporate hair-lifting technology, capturing more hairs in every pass.

Model number: mg7710/13.

  • Cutting lengths: 0.5-16mm.
  • 1 hour charge time for 120 minutes usage.
  • 5 minute quick-charge time to provide enough power for one shave.
  • 12 attachments: includes full-size metal trimmer, detail metal trimmer, precision shaver, nose and ear trimmer, 3 beard and stubble combs (1-7mm), 2 body combs (3-5mm) and 3 hair combs (9-16mm).
  • Stainless steel blades.
  • 4 heads.
  • For wet and dry use.
  • Cordless use.
  • Accessories include: travel pouch, cleaning brush, .
General information:

  • Rechargeable battery powered.
  • Worldwide voltage for easy use around the globe.
  • Rechargeable (included) .
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.

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Great trimmer. Lightweight, feels really good in the hand and is quiet. I use it mainly to trim my chest and it cuts hair effortlessly. You can't fault Philip's trimmers. This one has an amazing 2 hours battery life and takes 1 hour to fully charge. Pretty impressive
Best shaver ive ever had
Great trimmer
Still happy with mine, only wish it went a little higher than 16mm.
I've got this. Great price. Battery lasts seemingly forever. lightweight, quiet, and sharp.
I’ve also got this trimmer and love it!
Thanks, went for it
Nice one. Needed a replacement for an old shaver. Cheers.
Any good for baldies?
I got this one for over a year. Great set, battery lasts very long.
Edited by: "wasyl00" 6th Feb
Thanks. Does any know what type of battery this has? Li-ion?
One of the better kits out there, after trying more expensive Braun ones etc, this is really good value for money! I wouldn't get a cordless trimmer without Li-ion battery..
Too bad we can't get the metal-case 'Norelco' version of this that's sold in the US..
I got this when it was on offer just after Xmas, great trimmer and the battery lasts ages! Would definitely recommend.
Edited by: "Hazza_S" 6th Feb
Best value for money trimmer in the market. Lots of attachments too and they fell very robust, they don't bend and twist like my old Remington.
Edited by: "yomanation" 6th Feb
Reserved one. Thanks.

Got till tomorrow to decide whether I need it 😁
Got one. Love it.
Thanks! Just bought one...
I have the Philips Series 5000 and the battery became useless after about 10months of use. They replaced it and then the same thing happened to the replacement. Wonder have they improved the lifespan of the rechargable battery with the 7000 series.

Wouldn't mind but the 5000 series and no doubt this one can't be used while charging so if your battery dies then it's useless.
i got this for a year now and rarely use it. It cuts a lot with or without combs. The nose trimmer causes itchiness as well. I'd rather use my hair trimmer without a comb for that.

The trimmer that actually shows in the hottest deals email (Phillips HC5630/13), for this deal, is a much better hair clipper and if you want a body trimmer that does everything without cutting you, save some money and buy the Philips BG7025/13 from the top range 7000 series.
Edited by: "geolykos" 6th Feb
I've had this for a while & it's great
f2raf06/02/2020 08:48

Any good for baldies?

I do my head to a number 1 no problems with this. It's smaller than normal clippers but soon got used to that. Battery lasts forever & great for a stubbly shave with no comb.
Love this trimmer! Saves me at least £30 a month!
Just bought this and it’s fantastic
Genuine question: When fully charged does the light go out, stay on or flash?
Nearly paid £50 yesterday too, heat added! 🔥
Brilliant product. Great power, easy to use and quick charges in 2 hours from flat. 2 hour run time also is a plus but the attachments are easy to clean and swap out too! Recommended heat added
I have one and the battery lasts for a very long time, just be careful with it if you’re trimming down below.. ouch!(shock)
Saulll06/02/2020 19:48

Genuine question: When fully charged does the light go out, stay on or …Genuine question: When fully charged does the light go out, stay on or flash?


I’ll the light goes out
I’m loving mine! If you’re thinking about it buy it!
This shaver is great. The Battery lasts ages
Great trimmer had mine a while and much better than numerous other ones I tried before it!
I bought it and the kids still won't come to me. Waste of money. Lollipops are much better if anyone's wondering
codebee06/02/2020 17:21

I have the Philips Series 5000 and the battery became useless after about …I have the Philips Series 5000 and the battery became useless after about 10months of use. They replaced it and then the same thing happened to the replacement. Wonder have they improved the lifespan of the rechargable battery with the 7000 series.Wouldn't mind but the 5000 series and no doubt this one can't be used while charging so if your battery dies then it's useless.


The exact same thing happened to my Phillips trimmer. Wouldn't buy another.
codebee06/02/2020 17:21

I have the Philips Series 5000 and the battery became useless after about …I have the Philips Series 5000 and the battery became useless after about 10months of use. They replaced it and then the same thing happened to the replacement. Wonder have they improved the lifespan of the rechargable battery with the 7000 series.Wouldn't mind but the 5000 series and no doubt this one can't be used while charging so if your battery dies then it's useless.


Rubbish!!!! I've had the Phillip's 5000 series trimmer for over 2 years and its still going strong! I recently got the newer model and it's a lot quieter and has an even longer battery life by 10 minutes but it feels like it lasts a lot longer!
BargainHunta9607/02/2020 00:39

Rubbish!!!! I've had the Phillip's 5000 series trimmer for over 2 years …Rubbish!!!! I've had the Phillip's 5000 series trimmer for over 2 years and its still going strong! I recently got the newer model and it's a lot quieter and has an even longer battery life by 10 minutes but it feels like it lasts a lot longer!



Not sure why you feel the need to say rubbish as I merely stated my experience with the 5000 series. It’s not an opinion, just a factual account of what happened.

Someone above had the same experience so I’m obviously not the only one. Perhaps you didn’t use yours daily? Or perhaps you got lucky with a unit that didn’t have a poor battery lifespan. Also perhaps we're not talking about the same unit as there's multiple 5000 series. This is the one I mean philips.co.uk/c-p…mer
Edited by: "codebee" 7th Feb
Does it have numbers on?
Bought this just after christmas, same price. Highly Recommend
fade2black307/02/2020 06:16

Can anyone tell me which is better as I've been keeping an eye on this one …Can anyone tell me which is better as I've been keeping an eye on this one due to recommendations: MG3747/33 amazon.co.uk/dp/B07CBKMY9B/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_d9ppEb0P5D128


Between 3000 and 7000, 7000 is much better in trimming and battery life.
fade2black307/02/2020 06:16

Can anyone tell me which is better as I've been keeping an eye on this one …Can anyone tell me which is better as I've been keeping an eye on this one due to recommendations: MG3747/33 amazon.co.uk/dp/B07CBKMY9B/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_d9ppEb0P5D128


Same question here but for the MG3720/33.
amazon.co.uk/dp/…G4A
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