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Panasonic ER-GB40 Wet and Dry Electric Beard Trimmer for Men with 19 Cutting Lengths, Standard UK 3pin plug - £21.99 @ Amazon
16/05/2021 at 01:59Expires on 16/05/2021 at 01:59Posted 4 h, 41 m agoPosted 4 h, 41 m ago
Ultimate style control: The ER-GB40 Beard Trimmer from Panasonic offers a wide variety of cutting lengths giving you the ultimate control over personal styling Premium design: Cor… Read more

This is my backup trimmer, a Philips 5000 series is superior.


It takes 8 hr to charge 50 mins usage


Got this, it's very good 👌🏽 (y) 🏽

Panasonic ER-SB40 Wet & Dry Electric Beard Trimmer for Men with 20 Cutting Lengths, UK 3 Pin Plug £36.99 @ Amazon
16/05/2021 at 01:59Expires on 16/05/2021 at 01:59Posted 4 h, 57 m agoPosted 4 h, 57 m ago
Premium grooming with the new advanced blades with wider tips: The advanced blade with wider tips efficiently cuts more hair, quicker. Captures more hair in one stroke: The new wi… Read more

Been through two Remington Barba's as the batteries don't t charge anymore. Hopeful this will last longer, thanks OP (highfive)

Philips Series 5000 Trim-n-Flow PRO Technology Hair Clipper, Fully Washable Cordless - £34.99 @ Amazon
Posted 22 h, 59 m agoPosted 22 h, 59 m ago
*Also available from John Lewis: Features & details Achieve a fast, sharp cut, ti… Read more

Heart added, I managed to get an extra £5 off by selecting collection from an amazon locker.


Had this - awful.


Good price . 3 trims and it's payed for . Heat .

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Astra Superior Platinum Razor Blades, Pack of 100, Green £6.58 or £6.25 Subscribe & Save (£4.49 Non-Prime) @ Amazon
Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
Edit 9.55pm: Now £6.38 and £6.06 Subscribe & Save Mentioned on the Edwin Jagger thread earlier, here Astra Superior platinum Green 100 DE Blades Astra Superior Stai… Read more

They can but be gentle. Let the weight of the head of the razor do the work and don’t dig or apply pressure yourself to the razor like you might have done with the plastic cartridge razor previously. You’ll cut yourself badly otherwise. This is a decent starting place for a razor that is mild.


That’s where I found the idea to buy BIC blades. They definitely line up with the review of them. They last me a good number of shaves. Longer than any other blade I’ve tried. I plan to use up my supplies of Astra before getting a trial pack off eBay or something and then decide the best blades for me.


Yes that's a good point. Depends on how you pair it though - it's pretty forgiving with my muhle 89 but I would be hesitant to use it with something more aggressive like a 96.


Sorry didn't see lol (lol) 🙊🤦


At the top of the post :D

Edwin Jagger Chrome Plated Knurled Handle Double Edge Safety Razor £14.87/£13.38 Subscribe & Save (+£4.49 Non-Prime) @ Amazon
Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
Edit 7.20pm: Price has went down a bit - £13.99 or £12.59 Subscribe & Save ( 15% Off S&S Voucher should take it to around £10.71) With 5 x Derby DE Blades. Amazon exclus… Read more

I never got the knack of my chin with a straight razor. Just can't get used to the curve for some reason, always have to finish off with the DE if I want it nice and close.


Or I can just hold the scales straight to the blade. (y) I know it's not quite the same, but it should give me an idea if it might be preferable. (embarrassed)


Get the kamisori shavette style ones which take SE blades I got this one which is on Amazon UK and inexpensive tbh


Never got to use it cos i use gel, but it wasn't synthetic (mislaid it now)


Honing and sharpening does look like another level of skills to learn. I was considering looking out for some cheap charity shop razors to practice on. To attempt to restore, and potentially ruin. I'm a massive fan of all things Japanese. At the moment I'm trying to use my shavette in the traditional style, but with the sideburn issue, I have considered trying Japanese style. Thanks for the tip. A Kamisori will definitely be an option. (y)