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Wahl ZX847-800Y Shave and Trim Gift Set £9.99 (more in description)-  £3.50 delivery or free over £20 at Shavers
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Very good value for money and dispatch+delivery is very quick Some other great deals as well on the website like: Wahl 9307-807X Stubble Trimmer and Gel Gift Set also for £9.99 … Read more
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dheydl

They are all poor tbh. Ok for the first few minutes and then you can hear the motor slowing down. There is always compromise between battery life and an energy sucking motor. Wired cutters and trimmers can put beefier motors in. Same with many shavers.

World

Never will use wireless again after using wired

abdi12346

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peakbear

I use a battery powered beard trimmer for cutting my hair when backpacking for lengthy periods. Hardgoing at times but does get the job done eventually. Anyone know of any other small battery powered trimmer that would work better?

louisefinlay

It's a good deal I think

Top of the range Panasonic electric shaver just £89.99 from Shavers
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This is one of the finest electric shavers you can buy. RRP is a bit over optimistic but not seen it this low for a while. Currently on at Amazon for £137. £89.99 including de… Read more
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aiz3n

My bad.... I looked at the wrong site before. I gave you heat anyway

base_16

95% Excellent/Great according to Trustpilot. You must have some very high standards. (shock) https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.shavers.co.uk

dave_stuf67

This is a great shaver. Works really well wet with a thin layer of shaving foam or a pre-shave like freelette.

budda

I can't stand rotary shavers - gives me a red rash for days. Had a Panasonic for 4 years and still not changed the foil! Probably should do but foils are pricey compared to the complete shaver. This one is tempting 😁

Oneday77

Not a fan of foils either. For me they have a tendency to cut, especially as they seem to wear out faster than rotaries. Still voted got based on price.

Panasonic ES-LV95 Wet & Dry Electric Shaver with Cleaning System - £139.99 @ Shavers.co.uk
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UPDATED: Price has reduced by £10 to £129.99 Massive price drop on this highly rated top-of-the-range electric shaver which comes with its own cleaning system. Can be used wet or … Read more
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dave_stuf67

You show the 8 reviews that are 1 star but there are 156 reviews that are 5 star. Its an amazing razor and I have used many. It shaves as close as my DE with foam. Out of 208 reviews with only 8 one star reviews your not even sure they made an error and are reviewing the same product or work for a rival. Overwhelming review evidence says it's a great razor.

Des-de-la-Monde

Here are some quotes from some of the critical reviews on amazon: "Used it on sensitive and normal mode - found it didnt really trim the hairs on my neck/chin very well - and took numerous 'passes' and it still failed to trim certain hairs. After my first use - I had a wet shave with a razor." "Awful thing! I bought this to replace my old Panasonic ES8163 as replacements were getting expensive , you could cut a hedge with that thing! My facial hair is like wire and grows in all directions and with this razor I find myself trying to push individual hairs into the foil to cut as it doesn’t pick them up. I now see replacements for it are more expensive than my old razor, which fortunately I kept, so I’m going back to that!" "Unfortunately I find I have to go over my hair many times to get it close enough, and I did not have to with my 4 blade panasonic." "It took quite a time to get a close shave and and was certainly no better than an ancient Remmington I need to replace." "Despite using Bump Patrol afterwards, I developed bumps, razor burn and am left with what looks like dark scars! I am now trying to restore my face… I definitely won’t be using this shaver again! It did give a close shave, but if you are black, or if you have sensitive skin, I would strongly advise you to avoid this shaver!" "After reading so many positive reviews, I had high hopes when I switched from wet shaving to using this shaver. And my first impressions were very positive: it's light, powerful and with five blades it seemed to cover a lot of ground very quickly. However, I soon noticed several patches that I need to return to repeatedly, and there always seems to be a few niggling hairs on my neck that it won't get whatever I do. Unsurprisingly, this kind of intensive usage frequently results in inflamed skin unless I'm very, very careful." "I have very few issues with the shaver itself, which is at least as good as most rechargeable shavers I’ve used. The big problem is the big and bulky recharging and cleaning unit. Not only is it noisy, but if one inspects the interior of the unit (where the shaver head) sits, you’ll a find really unpleasant accumulation of gunk which is potentially dangerous from an infection point of view. So, I’ve chucked the unit in the bin and I’ll just clean the shaver manually." "For anyone else using this device, make sure you check your face closely before leaving for work or you will be buying a bic in the petrol station or shop at lunch time! Best to take the thing to work with you. It does give a close dry shave but I can't help but think it's poorly designed for 3 reasons. 1). For shaving under your nose and 2). Having to constantly go over areas at different angles. 3). Under the head filter there are two cutter things for a 4 head cover, I can't help but think, shouldn't there be 4?" "My issues with this shaver are: 1- It takes longer than actually the full cycle of razer shave, in order to get the perfect smooth shave. 2- For about 5 minutes use, the surface gets hot, enough to make you uncomfortable. If you aren't using it wet. 3- Cleaning prices take very long and fairly loud and if it's in your ensuite, it might annoy you. It definitely does to me. 4- It's very loud, or perhaps I wasn't expecting that much noise, perhaps it's just me, but seems like you aren't shaving your beard but mowing it!" "The way it says five blade shaving system but it does not even cut your small hair properly i have been using philips shaver before that and is much better than panasonic." "Never before have I been so let down by a product. Leaves patches uncut that amounts to about half of my entire facial hair/stubble. Doesn't matter how much I go over the patches." "Wow what a poor razor... I did a lot of research and finally settled on buying this one... what a disappointment!! I've tried it both wet and dry, and it just doesn't do the job. It misses patches, and just wouldn't do under my chin or on my neck at all... I went over and over the places it refused to do with no joy at all." "I tried shaving wet and dry and the shaver wouldn't remove loose hairs. It appeared to do very little and the closest I got to a clean shave was a three day stubble effect, which is hardly satisfactory considering the cost. It seems to be of no practical use whatsoever as a shaver, it only shortens rather than removes stubble." On the other hand, there are a lot more positive reviews, but the problem in this day and age is knowing how many of those have been "paid" for. For that reason I tend to look at negative reviews first and make an initial decision from there.

NewForestMonkeyBrains

Well I've been a Philishave user all my life and found them excellent. I found this Panasonic on an offer here earlier this year and bought it for a change. Honestly, its big, but not heavy, beautifully made and a pleasure to use. Its very very good and i would struggle to see how others could improve on it. I bought the one with the cleaner as above and thought that would be a waste of time, but again, the cleaner is really good and charges at the same time. So there's my view, its cheaper than i paid, its a great shaver and i would buy it again in an instant. Well done OP. No shaver is worth £300 but this is worth its current price and more.

ladiesman247

Definitely the best electric shaver I've used

rochester

I have and sent it straight back

Panasonic ER-GD60 i-Shaper 3-in1 Beard Trimmer (20 x Lengths, Trimming Attachment, Detail Attachment) £54.99 @ shavers Free Delivery
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Panasonic ER-GD60 i-Shaper 3-in1 Beard Trimmer (20 x Lengths, Trimming Attachment, Detail Attachment) £54.99 @ shavers Free Delivery
Panasonic ER-GD60 i-Shaper 3-in1 Beard Trimmer (20 x Lengths, Trimming Attachment, Detail Attachment) RRP: £99.99 Winner of the Pure Beauty Awards 2017: Gold Award for Best Ne… Read more
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sonofgojira

its actually pretty good. its mainly a shaping tool and finish off with standard razor. way too expensive at that price but at around £30 its worth it.

anonymous...

Thanks for the comments...I won't be buying one now

Bilbo1968

Just sent mine back as well - waste of money.

sxxychocolate

Got to agree with the comment above....this shaver in my opinion is very poor. I just sent mine back to Amazon....got it during a lightening deal for £36.99...Regardless, Thanks for posting :D

ydk_tbh

it's terrible, not accurate and doesn't trim evenly

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Braun 81314304 CruZer6 Beard & Head Hair Trimmer - £19.99 @ Shavers.co.uk
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Braun 81314304 CruZer6 Beard & Head Hair Trimmer - £19.99 @ Shavers.co.uk
Best price I could find. Add toothpaste for £1 to get free delivery. "For a powerful trimming experience, the Braun CruZer6 Beard & Hair Trimmer will help you to create and m… Read more
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quincie87

That one is only for beards though isn't it? Doesn't have the attachments for hair.

andrisan10

i have this one and it s terrible.

mugen6

I've had one of these, was not impressed. Now I use this and it's far better: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000OS72Y0

greatcapp

Ordered. Thanks OP. Heat.

honeyblossom_01

Oh no. I'll have to keep checking. Thank you. Appreciate it

Panasonic ER-GB40 Milano Silver Beard Trimmer - £16.99 + £4.50 P&P @ Shavers
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Panasonic ER-GB40 Milano Silver Beard Trimmer - £16.99 + £4.50 P&P @ Shavers
Delivery is free for orders @£20.00 or more, or £4.50 next day Example add on item Wahl Wet & Dry Nose & Ear Hair Clipper £4.99 (25% off) makes it £21.98 for both, Happy D… Read more
SomeBod

Used 3 times without the guard works fine, no nips! -1 cuss it needs oil +1 for being shower proof

mchu6am4

I paid £45 in April... So seems a good price... You can always Google it for a better price?

HellriderUKDeals69

Currently £32.99 on Amazon, is that a good price? Thanks

mchu6am4

BT5200/13 purchased this from amazon.... Good trimmer which does not nip the skin but the size is slightly larger than for my liking!

HellriderUKDeals69

Which Philips model would you recommend?

Panasonic LV65 Shaver £84.99 with free 1st Class Post RRP £260.00
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Panasonic LV65 Shaver £84.99 with free 1st Class Post RRP £260.00
Panasonic LV65 Shaver for 84.99 which looks a great price to me, they are going for £155.99 on Amazon. Had Panasonic Shavers for years now and they are a solid quality Product, ju… Read more
Cheaparse

Got one of these for my dad for Christmas - great price, £150ish on eBay and Amazon and was selling on the latter for £240 for much of November.

Butlerboy

Just had a quick look on their website and it looks like it is still the latest model. http://www.panasonic.com/uk/consumer/personal-health-care/mens-shavers/es-lv65.html

mbd

Isn't this the older model?

mystery_shopper

Great price - was waiting for a decent Black Friday deal on a shaver. I too have had several Panasonic shavers and this is a steal at £84.99. Not really sure why you would spend over £60 more on the version with the cleaning system to be honest (https://www.shavers.co.uk/shop-for-brands/panasonic/panasonic-es-lv95-arc5-wet-dry-5-blade-with-cleaning-system-men-s-electric-shaver.html).

pop80_uk

Great price for a fantastic shaver, I have tried many of the others and would say this is the very best.

Philips Airfryer Baking Pan Accessory £18 @ Shavers
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Philips Airfryer Baking Pan Accessory £18 @ Shavers
Just ordered this for our Philips Airfryer. It’s around £25 elsewhere. Having checked the compatibility via the description and Philips website, it’s the HD9925/00 baking pan which… Read more
donslibi

Inside the original basket :)

johnraggett

So do you put this in instead of the original basket or inside the basket? Currently do my marinaded chicken in a bowl that fits inside the basket, so this might be better

donslibi

“i think i got the better item“ (excited)

itsillogical

Quidco too @3.6

waterloo

Who said it was ? just replying to your comments.

Panasonic ES-LT2N  Wet  Dry Electric Shaver £69.99 @ Shavers
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I bought this shaver a few days ago and found it to give an excellent shave. The reason I have listed it is the excellent price £69.99. The shaver sells for £199 at Boots, £149 at … Read more
Shinoke

No, that's just the cheap TVs. Panasonic shavers are great.

moneygrubber

I bought it from Leicester. I noticed today boots has various electrical items on clearance worth keeping an eye out..

pedant99

Nationwide?

moneygrubber

This shaver on sale for £20 in boots a week ago.

spannerzone

No not these as well?!

Braun Cooltec CT2w wet dry shaver £49.99 @ Shavers
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Braun Cooltec CT2w wet dry shaver £49.99 @ Shavers
Have been looking for new wet/dry shaver - Seems good offer, still around £200 everywhere else
kam75

Shaver arrived quickly, packaged well. Cooltec gives great shave.

dave_stuf67

shavers are great for customer service. I would go for the pansonic ones though. As close to a wetshave as you can get.

mjunaid106

How are shavers for customer service? Are they reliable? Very tempted to go with this.

kam75

Yes its still a fair bit cheaper, some people obviously have different opinions on how much is a saving, plus when it costs roughly £30 for new blades/trimmers for old shavers, this works out at good value.

mjunaid106

Why is this cold? Seems like a good price

Wahl total grooming kit over 50%off £18.49 delivered @ shavers.co.uk or amazon prime members £17
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Wahl total grooming kit over 50%off £18.49 delivered @ shavers.co.uk or amazon prime members £17
Great price for this set. Includes:- *mains clipper *battery trimmer * nose and ear nasal trimmer *10 guide combs -3mm to 25mm * Barber comb and scissors *storage case Fr… Read more
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sexysam

I bought thus from Argos some 3 months ago for £32.99.Brilliant kit

dmm1000

super deal - for the brand - and the accessories are a bonus

cjdavies25

​I couldn't find it earlier have done now will edit but £17 is only for prime members others have to spend over £20 for free delivery or delivery charge of £3.95 so you see this is a deal better for those who don't have prime.

xbox360man

how is this hot? its £17 on amazon COLD

Panasonic EW-DE92-S811 Ionic Electric Toothbrush, Inc delivery £39.99 @ Shavers
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Panasonic EW-DE92-S811 Ionic Electric Toothbrush, Inc delivery £39.99 @ Shavers
£105.30 @ Amazon, £199.99 @ Boots. 4.5% Quidco.
ellenw

I'm on my 3rd Diamond clean in 18 months, battery life is terrible.

spatter

I've had three sonicare brushes in a row that died before a year was up. Philips always replaced then without a problem but they are rubbish. I am using another brand next time...

ellenw

Tesco Outlet have the same brush for £49. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Panasonic-Sonic-Vibration-EW-DE92-S811-Rechargeable-Ionic-Toothbrush-White-/401288338156 If you add an eligible item, cheapest is £5, you get 10% off, making it £48.60. http://www.ebay.co.uk/sme/tesco_outlet/Extra-10-off-when-you-buy-2/so.html?_soffid=5016545604&_soffType=OrderSubTotalOffer&_sid=2048038&_sop=2

louiselouise

There was an older head variety PowerUp (Sonicare's battery range) that got rave reviews and was apparently as powerful (31,000 strokes) as the rechargeables at the time. Sonicare's current PowerUp range gets pretty bad reviews if I remember right. Powered by 2 x AAs. It was the Xtreme Power E3000 https://www.amazon.com/Philips-Sonicare-Battery-Operated-Toothbrush/dp/B00KBJE5RO (problems with leaking, though, think using Vaseline as a "seal" may help). One review from 2016 says: "Discontinued in favor of far inferior successor Philips has yet to replace these with a suitable and comparable performing BATTERY POWERED edition from any line of the Sonicare models before or since. I much prefer these to even the flagship more expensive models that carry inherently less reliable power designs as they all use the same lithium ion technology that by nature degrades over time and extended use." More reviews: https://www.amazon.com/Philips-Sonicare-Xtreme-e3000-Toothbrush/dp/B000GZAH9I/ref=pd_sbs_194_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=F72MQCQ63CJ0YJJHDF1P#customerReviews (they also recommend removing the batteries after use, as they seem to constantly drain) This comment, re Sonicare rechargeable models and the type of batteries used, is interesting (no idea if it's true): https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R2WM4OGES7IV2U/ref=cm_cr_getr_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B000FED5E4 The HX3351/HX3881 were maybe later models (?) http://www.usa.philips.com/c-p/HX3351_02/sonicare-xtreme-battery-sonicare-toothbrush/reviewandawards So it can be done. Have Philips underpowered the newer battery models on purpose (?) to make us buy more? Probably. As the Xtreme/Simply Clean battery models are discontinued, they go for crazy prices on ebay.

Rino125p

I have missed that :( any similar deal for ultrasonic toothbrush?

Panasonic ES-LV65 from Shavers.co.uk Free aftershave from Pansonic £84.99 shavers.co.uk
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Panasonic ES-LV65 from Shavers.co.uk Free aftershave from Pansonic £84.99 shavers.co.uk
Great deal on possibly the best shaver on the market. I hope so and have just clicked the buy button. A top of the range shaver, packed with technology, wet and dry and offering … Read more
bolidulro

Hot hot hot.

Panasonic ES-LV65 Arc5 Wet & Dry 5-Blade Men's Electric Shaver £84.99 @Shavers.co.uk
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Absolute top notch Shaver, forget the RRP but this shaver normally sells upwards of the £150 mark. 4.95% Quidco
Bigfootpete

Damn, wish I'd have seen this - it's now £109, still 1/2 price.

Dante4KR

this is bargain price for this shaver.it's usually £130+ currently £150 on amazon. and it's same as the flagship LV-95 (but without cleaning / charge dock) probably the best shaver in the world.it's either this or Braun series 9/7.

Braun CruZer6 Beard & Head Hair Trimmer £24.99 @ Shavers
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Braun CruZer6 Beard & Head Hair Trimmer £24.99 @ Shavers
Good price - amazon is 34.99£ + free delivery
Raffy87

£29.99 now

lukx

yes its trimmer not shaver - stubble not clean

png666

This been a trimmer means it's not a shaver? As in removing the beard rather than leaving a certain amount?

pman12

I have this one myself, it's a decent trimmer and the heads are easily replaceable. It's also quick to charge, super easy to clean especially with water and lasts quite a bit, I get about 3-4 shaves from one charge. Downsides is the precise trimmer to do sides, it's a bit fiddly to handle being an extension of the whole trimmer. Second is the beard settings are too far apart, ie 1, 3, 5, 7 etc, if you want precise trims to the millimetres this isn't the one for you. The cruzer 6 has the precise trimmer, I believe the cruzer 5 doesn't just to note

Raseo7

​lmao

Panasonic EW1270 Battery Operated Travel Oral Irrigator £24.99 @ shavers
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Panasonic EW1270 Battery Operated Travel Oral Irrigator £24.99 @ shavers
Product Features: Ultra compact water irrigator 1,600 pulses per minute Built in water tank Cleans debris between teeth Massages gum lines Battery operated
shaysmum

Any good?

MR.GUS

Heat from me, panasonic, so should be pretty reliable, or well supported.

Panasonic EW-DJ10 Battery Operated Travel Oral Irrigator £22 @ shavers
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Panasonic EW-DJ10 Battery Operated Travel Oral Irrigator £22 @ shavers
Product Features: Oral water irrigator for healthy teeth and gums Reach deep to gently remove food and debris between teeth, reduce plaque and bleeding Collapsible and portable des… Read more
royaltee

I tried the air floss which i think replaces this, its weak to the point that doesn't seem to do anything so I returned it. A friend has this and its powerful and effective and u control the bursts rather than the new one which only gives very tiny bursts of mostly air, this u can hold it down and get a stream of water or mouthwash.

matedodgy

Bit too powerful for my liking. I have one but haven't used it much.

mickgoodie

can anyone comment on this product. any good?

Panasonic EW-DJ10 Battery Operated Travel Oral Irrigator £22 @ Shavers
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Panasonic EW-DJ10 Battery Operated Travel Oral Irrigator £22 @ Shavers
Wow this thing really works! Makes your teeth feel like you've just came out of the dentists. Stop buying all that electronic rubbish you don't need and buy something that's good f… Read more
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ASG

yes I put warm water in mine. fresh is still ok just notbcold water

badheadday

I had a waterpik as a gift one year. It was excruciating to use with cold water and there was no chance of me putting any water in from the hot tap because it's not fresh enough (gravity fed system). If anyone is considering this deal or a waterpik then if they have sensitive teeth I'd say don't bother.

scoobytawazara

anyone go any deals for the EW-DJ40 OUT THERE

cadmus

Hhhm OIL PULLING. a very quick bit of research on Google has opened my eyes. I can't beleive this is not promoted by dentists as besides removing hundreds of thousands of bacteria from your teeth and gums via swishing coconut oil and spit out the bacteria filled oil after x amount of minutes swilling . Don't ever think your teeth/gums are clean as a clean mouth will still have around one hundred thousand bacteria and a dirty mouth up to a billion . all these bacteria can end up inside our bodies potentially causing major health issues later on