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Philips shaver for £17.99 / £15.47 w/code @ Philips Shop

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Posted 25th Apr

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Technical Specifications
  • Shaving Performance

    Shaving systemCloseCut Blade System
    Contour following4-direction Flex Heads
  • Accessories

    Maintenance
    • Cleaning brush
    • Protective cap
  • Power

    Battery TypeLithium-ion
    Run time30 min / 9 shaves
    Charging8 hours full charge
    Automatic voltage100-240 V
    Max power consumption2 W
    Stand-by power0.1 W
  • Ease of use

    DisplayBattery low indicator
    Operation
    • Cordless use
    • Unplug before use
  • Design

    HandleErgonomic grip and handling
    ColourPampa green
  • Service

    2 year warrantyYes
    Replacement headReplace every 2 yrs with SH30
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9 Comments
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30 minutes of use after a 8 hour charge
rav4cas25/04/2020 14:04

30 minutes of use after a 8 hour charge


"What you pay is what you get!!!"
rav4cas25/04/2020 14:04

30 minutes of use after a 8 hour charge


If you shave for let's say 10 minutes a week, that's 3 weeks worth - not saying it's great but to charge a device every 3 weeks could be considered good even at this price 😁
rav4cas25/04/2020 14:04

30 minutes of use after a 8 hour charge


Yeah seems a bit strange, first thought it was a NiMH pack but it is Li-ion, must be using bargain basement 1000Mah or smaller than the regular 18650s to cut down on weight and a slow charging chip.

Saying that who shaves for longer than 30 minutes a day?

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Edited by: "taffyjock1" 25th Apr
Anyone notice they've stopped making these mains and battery powered now? It's all battery only. Makes us buy new ones every few years now when the batteries eventually die. I managed to find the last mains and battery powered one on eBay brand new.
It's saying something when the blades are more expensive the the shaver. I have this with blue markings and the blades are £20 when I last looked
enclavemarine25/04/2020 18:27

It's saying something when the blades are more expensive the the shaver. I …It's saying something when the blades are more expensive the the shaver. I have this with blue markings and the blades are £20 when I last looked


Look on the bargain shelf in Boots. Ive picked up lots over time £1-£1.50, Various locations. Hit and miss but they do last a long time.
I got one of these a couple of weeks back, looks really nice until you try to use it. It is under-powered and leaves a sore cut when finished. Compared to my Boots £17 micro foiled shaver it's very poor and no Trimmer. Sorry but can't recommend it, sent mine back for a refund which was stress free process.
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