If you don't add the toothpaste once you get to checkout price will rise to £27.68 as they add postage for under £30. So they pay you 25p to add the toothpaste. (highfive) Not found many other products below £3 on their site.
Free shipping above £30. So consider adding 3 x new heards for £5.99. Or adding toothpaste for £2.49. https://ayp.healthcare/oral-b-pro-expert-professional-protection-toothpaste-clean-mint-75ml?search=toothpaste&description=true Adding the toothpase reduces price to £27.43. https://ayp.healthcare/oral-b-precision-clean-triple-pack-replacement-brush-heads?search=brush 3x replacement heads for £5.99. Works out £30.58;
These are pretty close to feathers in sharpness but last longer I reckon. Well rated but for some reason these do not provide the smoothest shave ever. Worth buying and trying them out but I found BIC blades to be even better than these. Can’t beat these at a budget though. After four years of shaving I’m only just getting to the last few packs from when I bought this same bundle of a 100. Tip: They last especially well when you dry the blade after you’ve shaved and rinsed the blade. Blades tend to dull once they are wet and start oxidising I find and read up elsewhere. It’s a bit extra to dry the blades and store them after using and cleaning them but results are worth it imo.
Tbh I only remember hearing about fake de blades on ebay due to seeing someone asking on a wet shaving forum where to get the real thing from Just curious, you tried any other de blades? Loads of really good ones but obviously down to what you'd personally prefer tbh
I've bought Astras from ebay a few times with no issues. Though I agree with you that nothing is too cheap to be faked, so it wouldn't surprise me.
I don't know how true this is but apparently there can be some fakes on ebay but like I said I'm not 100% sure so if you've got prime Amazon is a no brainer as will also be quicker delivery too
That’s an amazing price. Shame that these blades generally don’t suit up until recently. Whilst they are sharp, they are not necessarily the smoothest blades but they will last a decent time if you look after them like dry them after you’ve used them and rinse em off.
With a razor 🪒 like this one, it’s really easy to develop your technique and race through your shave over time. There’s not much to it to be honest. It can be as simple or as complicated as you want it to be. Feather blades are the sharpest in the game and they will cut you easily if your technique is off. They don’t necessarily last the longest either but if you have corse hair like I do, then it can be an incredibly rewarding experience for a one pass shave. Shavette and straight razors do require a lot of dexterity and technique. More than I have sadly but you can achieve a very close and comfortable shave off a DE razor with something more aggressive than this. I’ve had this razor up until recently and it’s a cheap easy way to get in the DE game. Not the best razor out there but not the worst either.
To be completely honest I only have experience of the butterfly. Loosening the head on a non-butterfly, while it's wet mid-shave, I always imagined may be a little risky. As I say, my risk assessment is based on my imagination on that one. It may be very straight forward. But I find twisting the handle very simple. The only trouble with a twist to open is that when you spin the razor to switch edges, you can loosen the opener, and have to re-tighten. My razor is a Jagen David B30. Couldn't fault it, but I had been looking on eBay recently for vintage adjustable DE razors to compare. I noticed a few sellers commented that they no longer used theirs because they prefered straight razors, so I'm seriously considering investing there next. I loved that safety razors no plastic waste compared to cartridge razors. I like the idea that a straight razor is for life with no disposable parts, avoiding the trouble of disposing of sharps.
Man, if only you'd mastered the straight razor. I've watched a few YouTube videos of men shaving their beards off and it looks amazing! It's more of a 2 phase process with a double edge. Hair clippers first, I used my dog's electric clippers (!!!), and then the razor.
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Well given that SC Johnson own Method, and have done now for some time, I actively avoid using them altogether now. Where as they used to be may go to brand before. I use Funky Soap or Conchus now, nothing comes in plastic and it is all recyclable and/or sustainable including the ingredients. other stuff is done at at local refill shop.
I don't think that fancy smells are this products only USP. They aren't aiming at the same market segment as carex.
49p/100ml vs carex refill typically 29p/100ml? If you want fancy smells then Baylis and Harding are around 30p/100ml with pump…
Idiotic product that should be voted cold. A product marketed as less harmful to the environment and yet replaced a recycleable plastic container with non-recycleable plastic. You couldn't make this up
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Can't rally go wrong for that price. How bad could it be? Edit: had a quick scan of the comments. Seems it's a bit underpowered and has bad battery life. However, for a quick trim of some already quite tidy hair, or just as a spare, seems a good price. Heat Edit 2: this review is a bit more concerning, bulging batteries that can spontaneously combust bad :(
Latest review says it couldn't pull the skin off a rice pudding (lol)
08/06/2021Expires on 08/06/2021Posted 19 h, 34 m agoPosted 19 h, 34 m ago
Love the Russian leather smell, I’ve got the aftershave and very happy
Better than puddled mum
muddled plum?? (confused)
Thanks for your advice, managed to find it and ordered with the candle you recommended to get thefree dleivery. Hoping my wife will love them. thanks for posting the deal, much appreciated. (y) 😄
Or click the link, and filter by price '£40-50' might be easier
The diamond cleans are better but i'm not sure if this one is much better than the other ones in that range. I've had one for years and rather than having 2 brushes, we use the same unit and our own brush head. You can get a very good one for £95 off amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01M1OJNUU/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Oral B better anyway. Just switched back. Sonicare heads weren’t great, but big really.
(lol) "Very cheap"
Is this a joke? I doubt this is any better then the basic £30/£40 ones rrp £540 lol