Phillips Oneblade £11.50 / Oneblade Pro £25 in store @ ASDA
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Phillips Oneblade £11.50 / Oneblade Pro £25 in store @ ASDA

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LocalFound 17th Jan
Popped into Asda Pentwyn tonight and they had the Oneblade no stock but SEL £11.25 or £11.75 (not 100% which one), they also had stock of the Oneblade pro for £25. Been after one for a while so finally bit!

Also had the range of deodorants as posted previously, so hopefully this is national.

Good luck!
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FinbarMcDougal17th Jan

Going cheap because it's been a complete flop


If you know how and what do use it for it's the best I've ever used.
Been using these for a year and wouldn’t go back to a normal razor, best razor I’ve ever used
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Absolute steal at that price
Going cheap because it's been a complete flop
FinbarMcDougal17th Jan

Going cheap because it's been a complete flop


If you know how and what do use it for it's the best I've ever used.
Been using these for a year and wouldn’t go back to a normal razor, best razor I’ve ever used
To be fair I don't think its use is limited in any way, works well as a beard trimmer and dry shaver with no irritation
I love my oneblade.
I'm a fan of them too, only had mine since Christmas but I'm very interested. Always preferred wet shaving over my electric shaver but it seems so quick and easy with this,vnit as close as a wet shave but I don't think it's far off, certainly better than my cheap Phillips electric shaver. Heat.
Nationwide or the store specific?
Brilliant "not a shaver" shaver these... Got one when they first came out on some deal on here, still on first blade.
Cheaper buying this than the blade.
Brilliant razor, great price. Buying another for spares!
Great price, been using mine for about 6 months after a mate recommend it to me

as everyone says not as close as a wet shave but gets a quite close shave and good for tidying the beard up and shaping it too
Got one in the Romford store this evening same price
Edited by: "atchy82" 17th Jan
Just picked one up in Derby just now, few more left, Thanks OP, It was actually £11.50!

The model is actually the one with four stubble combs as found here: argos.co.uk/pro…424
Philips Wet and Dry Oneblade Trim, Edge and Shave QP2530/25

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Edited by: "brittain16" 18th Jan
Best beard trimmer on the market, Shame single blades cost about the same as this deal
Just got the last one in Asda, Rugby, Warwickshire. 11.50 final price.
Philips OneBlade QP220 Replacement Blade 2 pack @ Lloyds Pharmacy £17.59 with code SAVE20, free C&C.
Best beard trimmer and shaver I’ve found. These prices are to get People to try them. Once you do you’ll be hooked
Can this be used to shave head also?
Got one, thanks
Anyone with teenage boys (or girls as I don't want to be sexist, or any neutral genders) these are fantastic for them to start shaving with, gets rid of the bumfluff easy and causes no irritation as using wet blades would.
Just managed to get the second last one at Benton Asda, Newcastle. one left!
Found replacement blades at Boots, £21.99 for two, but buy 2 packs for £30.00, £7.50 per blade on C&C
Cracking deal! Managed to find the last one in the Lower Early branch in Reading.
Replacement blades make this product not worth it in the long run.

Also want to add, it's great if you want a full blown clean shave, very good at that. But it's not been very consistent or precise when it has come to trimming - which I do more of tbh.

Arguably, it's because I expected a different use case from it, just my opinion tho.

Hence I wouldn't recommend this for someone who wants to do a lot of trim-related grooming. It's not terrible at it, but the way the blade works is much better suited to full blown shaving.
That’s quite descent, you should post that deal
How long do the blades last if you do a full face shave every day ?
I don't wet shave anymoe since moving to my one blade.
I sometimes shave using just the very edge to give a slight stubble look but it a good close shaver too. Mine came with a setting attachment but it's not consistantly even so go bare back.

Price of blades is a bit of a git but they do last many, many months.
Bigest pain is there is no trimmings capture so expect bits all over unless wet shaving with it.
buderim1 h, 40 m ago

How long do the blades last if you do a full face shave every day ?


4 - 6 months
All gone in Kendal Asda (was a space for them marked up at £11.50).
Went to 3 different stores on the hunt for one of these and all of them had a completely empty shelf with the £11.50 price sticker jus teasing me... Had actually given up at that point but just by luck I managed to find one hidden behind all the electric shavers in a different part of the store so managed to bag one. Great Deal.
I always wet shave with mine as I find it to rough to dry shave, but is good for everyday use and I wet shave with a blade for going out, so saves me money in the long run but as previously stated replacement blades are expensive but last for ages. Easier and better than rotary head phillips.
Had the price label for both on the shelf but sadly none in stock
All gone in Romford yesterday when I went.
FinbarMcDougal17th Jan

Going cheap because it's been a complete flop


I love mine! Haven't used any other electric shaver since
mrkhal1l18th Jan

Replacement blades make this product not worth it in the long run. Also …Replacement blades make this product not worth it in the long run. Also want to add, it's great if you want a full blown clean shave, very good at that. But it's not been very consistent or precise when it has come to trimming - which I do more of tbh.Arguably, it's because I expected a different use case from it, just my opinion tho.Hence I wouldn't recommend this for someone who wants to do a lot of trim-related grooming. It's not terrible at it, but the way the blade works is much better suited to full blown shaving.



It's been the best for me at trimming compared to anything else ive tried while not perfect its as good as it gets for me, have you found something that trims better?
got one at x mas, its good but still gets snagged and bleed in the center. i was using a hair trimmer on 0 before this so still better lol
Niz8 m ago

It's been the best for me at trimming compared to anything else ive tried …It's been the best for me at trimming compared to anything else ive tried while not perfect its as good as it gets for me, have you found something that trims better?


Yh I thought the same initially, but I've found the Philips deal on here recently to be excellent. Although, hey if it works for you then that's great to hear.

It's the Philips Series 7000 MG7710.

I've found it to be consistent, great quality, charges fast and holds charge very well and isn't very noisy either. It's also very versatile with all the parts it comes with granted I've not used any of them so far.

Looking at reviews these last quite long too and you don't have to worry about replacement blades, so long term it's not very much more expensive.

I picked mine up when it was £25 on Argos. Would recommend.

Happy trimming
mrkhal1l7 m ago

Yh I thought the same initially, but I've found the Philips deal on here …Yh I thought the same initially, but I've found the Philips deal on here recently to be excellent. Although, hey if it works for you then that's great to hear.It's the Philips Series 7000 MG7710.I've found it to be consistent, great quality, charges fast and holds charge very well and isn't very noisy either. It's also very versatile with all the parts it comes with granted I've not used any of them so far.Looking at reviews these last quite long too and you don't have to worry about replacement blades, so long term it's not very much more expensive.I picked mine up when it was £25 on Argos. Would recommend. Happy trimming



Thanks ill give that a shot
I've had one for over a year, great for sensitive skin as it doesn't cut super close but close enough for it to look clean, blades typically last a couple months for me shaving 2/3 a week, battery charge lasts about 5/6 full shaves. Highly recommended.
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