Schnozzle, Ear & Facial Hair Trimmer Panasonic ER-GN30 Dual Blades £9.49  (Prime) / £13.48 (non Prime) @ Amazon
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Schnozzle, Ear & Facial Hair Trimmer Panasonic ER-GN30 Dual Blades £9.49 (Prime) / £13.48 (non Prime) @ Amazon

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Found 5th Apr
Perfect for trimming all those "Allo Allo" taches, lug holes, facial hair and more..

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Advanced sharp dual-edge blade technology for precision trimming
Designed for trimming eyebrows, nose and ear hairs from 0.5mm
Ergonomically angled body for easy use
Washable and easy to clean
Comes with a protective cap and cleaning brush

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Got one of these, for a slightly older, hairy ear'd relative, who thinks plucking the odd hair once a year with 50 year old rusty tweezers is a trim!

Think they will be over the moon with this modern version

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(Wet/Dry with Vortex Cleaning System)
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Anybody can get this for £9.99p,not just prime members.
7dayshop.com/pro…n30
b1g1an5th Apr

This is the only one anyone should …This is the only one anyone should buy...https://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-3000-Battery-Operated-Eyebrow-Trimmer/dp/B00S3G3BZY


I wasn't gonna bother but then i saw the MASSIVE saving on the rrp so just had to purchase one
lollypoplee17 m ago

I wasn't gonna bother but then i saw the MASSIVE saving on the rrp so just …I wasn't gonna bother but then i saw the MASSIVE saving on the rrp so just had to purchase one


Imagine if we still had 1/2 pence savings still.. you would have had to get 2!
monitor139 m ago

Anybody can get this for £9.99p,not just prime …Anybody can get this for £9.99p,not just prime members.https://www.7dayshop.com/products/panasonic-er-gn30-nose-ear-and-facial-hair-trimmer-wet-and-dry-with-vortex-cleaning-system-unisex-wh2-er-gn30


Still rubbish compared to the Philips at any price
b1g1an48 m ago

Still rubbish compared to the Philips at any price


Why do you keep on banging on about the phillips this deal is about the panasonic ? also the reviews say the panasonic is better and £3.50 cheaper.
I have the Philips and it is good but not great at trimming hair up the schnozzle....makes it a bit of a faff. Think this one would be better for the beak hair...thanks OP!!
waterloo17 m ago

Why do you keep on banging on about the phillips this deal is about the …Why do you keep on banging on about the phillips this deal is about the panasonic ? also the reviews say the panasonic is better and £3.50 cheaper.


I mentioned it once to encourage people not to waste their money on a rotary trimmer and then once in response to someone who quoted me...hardly banging on!

Rotary trimmers don't cut close and they are really bad for snagging hairs, personally I prefer hair to be cut than ripped out but obviously you may think differently.

If you want any more opinions, just check all the times since HUKD launched that trimmers have been posted before and you'll see the Philips is the number one choice for those hairs that appear from nowhere as you get older.
glam18 m ago

I have the Philips and it is good but not great at trimming hair up the …I have the Philips and it is good but not great at trimming hair up the schnozzle....makes it a bit of a faff. Think this one would be better for the beak hair...thanks OP!!


Nose trimming is where the Philips really scores over rotaries so surprised to hear you've had problems, perhaps you're not being brave enough :).
Im ok with this panasonic had a year and it does the job for a old goat like me and the last poster before you says different ?
Edited by: "waterloo" 5th Apr
b1g1an11 m ago

Nose trimming is where the Philips really scores over rotaries so …Nose trimming is where the Philips really scores over rotaries so surprised to hear you've had problems, perhaps you're not being brave enough :).


Seriously??...a rotary blade makes so much more sense for hair up the schnoz!The Philips is good for the hair poking out but struggles indoors.Glad you are loving the Philips so much though..watch the neighbours don't start talking...remember just cos it vibrates it doesn't have to be your best pal;-)
Yep, my experience is the exact opposite. If your nostrils are perfectly round, very shallow and are smaller inside than the opening a rotary might work but they just aren't. Guess it may also depend on whether you're just looking to keep ones that hang out shorter or actually cut them right back.

Anyway, it's Amazon so nothing to lose to satisfy your curiosity
Philips model was £9.99 recently I'm positive but camelcamelcamel suggests not.
Edited by: "1616french" 5th Apr
b1g1an2 h, 13 m ago

Nose trimming is where the Philips really scores over rotaries so …Nose trimming is where the Philips really scores over rotaries so surprised to hear you've had problems, perhaps you're not being brave enough :).


Not according to Amazon.
Panasonic scores much better review wise.
bitcoin53 h, 51 m ago

Imagine if we still had 1/2 pence savings still.. you would have had to …Imagine if we still had 1/2 pence savings still.. you would have had to get 2!


Does the Panasonic come with an eyebrow attachment?
Shaped a bit like a small comb?
1616french13 m ago

Does the Panasonic come with an eyebrow attachment?Shaped a bit like a …Does the Panasonic come with an eyebrow attachment?Shaped a bit like a small comb?


LOL, it's a rotary, how would you use a comb?
b1g1an7 m ago

LOL, it's a rotary, how would you use a comb?


Sorry, I'm not a Nose trimmer guru...lol
So sad!!
1616french36 m ago

Not according to Amazon.Panasonic scores much better review wise.


Wrong sort of 'scores'. Regardless, who would you trust most, Amazon reviews that are constantly ridiculed for being misleading and likely haven't compared both types anyway or the many, many, many HUKD members who've discovered this for themselves and shared their experiences over the last god knows how many years.

Your choice so do what you like, just trying to help the inexperienced. The Panasonic may well be the best of the rotary cutters though, given how iffy most of them look.
b1g1an3 m ago

Wrong sort of 'scores'. Regardless, who would you trust most, Amazon …Wrong sort of 'scores'. Regardless, who would you trust most, Amazon reviews that are constantly ridiculed for being misleading and likely haven't compared both types anyway or the many, many, many HUKD members who've discovered this for themselves and shared their experiences over the last god knows how many years.Your choice so do what you like, just trying to help the inexperienced. The Panasonic may well be the best of the rotary cutters though, given how iffy most of them look.


Actually the one you've mentioned has the attachments I mentioned.
b1g1an15 m ago

Wrong sort of 'scores'. Regardless, who would you trust most, Amazon …Wrong sort of 'scores'. Regardless, who would you trust most, Amazon reviews that are constantly ridiculed for being misleading and likely haven't compared both types anyway or the many, many, many HUKD members who've discovered this for themselves and shared their experiences over the last god knows how many years.Your choice so do what you like, just trying to help the inexperienced. The Panasonic may well be the best of the rotary cutters though, given how iffy most of them look.


Can't find a single deal with the particular trimmer you are talking about.

**Edit** found a few from a couple of years ago, was £6.99 though.
Edited by: "1616french" 5th Apr
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