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Philips Oneblade QP2530 with 4 Stubble Combs £30.66 @ Superdrug
Found 14th OctFound 14th Oct
This is for the QP2530/25 which is one up from the base model with the better battery (60min run time/4h charging). The OneBlade Pro is also on offer at £49.99 both with free in st… Read more

In store only I believe


Don't mind this but a lot of razors give me ask rash.....anyone with sensitive skin tried this ?


Just cannot see the benefit of these at pretty much any price - the shave is no better than an electric (I actually found it quite irritating) but you have to regularly replace the blades like a manual razor (expensive). So lose/lose as far as I can see.


Same, as I just use it every so often. But I noticed mine doesn't cut as well anymore.


I have both of these, use the philips for stubble, but the braun is a much closer cut which i use around the mouth

New Echo Dot + Philips Hue White and Color Starter Kit B22 or E27 £119.99 @ Amazon
Found 13th OctFound 13th Oct
2 colour bulbs, bridge and a new style Echo dot Rrp £184.97 Save 35%

Not sure about frequently. That's the lowest it's been, but at the moment the mini starter kit is £91.


Mini starter kit is frequently sold at £67.5. So echo dot for £52 is expensy


Bayonet options as well by the look of it (y)


It's taking a while. Here's the Amazon link ... and now the HUKD link


come on mods me and usual are dying to see this new deal (fierce)

Philips sonicare toothbrush £40 @ Tesco Hayes
LocalLocalFound 13th OctFound 13th Oct
At Tesco Hayes
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Got this for £25 on Tescos 3 months back


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Do these have Ambilight? Apparently that’s the only reason to buy something by Philips (y)

Philips Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock HF3520/01 Coloured Sunrise Simulation - 5 Sounds and Radio Function £84.99 @ Amazon
Found 13th OctFound 13th Oct
The 5 sound version is £84.99 until midnight. I bought the 7 sound version the other day for £89.99 and I've noticed I'm fresher and have more energy in the mornings already, cou… Read more

Because I bought the one from the deal the other day thinking it was a good deal as it had over 200 heat, then this one with a little less features gets incredibly down voted... Maybe the other one actually wasn't a good deal...


maybe the price, I personally do not know. I do wonder why some people get so concerned when a deal they post is voted as cold and ask for explanations. Do people get paid for posting deals?


yeah there are couple of feature different, Phillips don't exactly make it easy to find the differences. The most major one for me is that this one only has an 8 minute battery life, the 7 sounds one has a 4-8 hour battery life.


much as i hate to agree with tempt - its a lower model for only slightly lower price though the difference isn't only 2 sounds, even on the highlights spec comparison this one is missing a midnight light (whatever that is) as well as a usb port (for whatever reason) and there are probably some other differences this one has been this price before, the other one was a tenner cheaper than had ever been on amazon (ignoring lightning deals)


I can't believe how cold this one is going when the one the other day went to over 200 degrees, perhaps there was vote manipulation on the last one to influence people to buy it.

Philips hue light strip £39 @ B&Q instore - Barber bridge
LocalLocalFound 13th OctFound 13th Oct
White and colour light strip.
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Can't find any


I've been using this on my fish tank for 2 years and 2 months and it's on from 8am to 10pm. Don't wanna jinx it but it's doing well so far!


Tried the Chelmsford store, was reduced to £54 and the manager wouldn't go any lower.


It’s managers discretion. My local store did it and surprisingly all stock went missing. The next local store wouldn’t honour the cheaper price but had plenty of stock.


I went in last week and it wasn't this price

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QHD VA 100hz Philips 34" 349X7FJEW Ultra Wide Monitor £529.99 @ Scan
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Looks like a very good price for an ultrawide monitor of this calibre. Features: 3440x1440p resolution 100hz refresh rate Curved display Freesync PBP for multiple device disp… Read more
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Mazel tov on the post.


I only recently realised that my fridge has a Shabbat mode.


Not as good but similar specs (2k 34" UW) Samsung panel for less than half the price:


I was not offended by it I am pretty sure the other person you where rude too was not either. However I think we would all agree they could have found a slight more suitable code for it :)


issa joke, go search up what /s means.

Philips S9031/26 Series 9000 Wet and Dry Electric Shaver £50 @ Boots Wrexham
LocalLocalFound 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Found the Philips S9031/26 Series 9000 Wet and Dry Electric Shaver on clearance at Boots Eagles Meadow in Wrexham, a couple left on the shelf in the electrical department.

Full price in mine


Great price

Philips AC3256/60 Anti-Allergen Air Purifier - £240 @ Philips
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Philips AC3256/60 Anti-Allergen Air Purifier
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Would this (or a similar unit) get rid of strong perfume smell in a room? We have a regular visitor who wears a lot perfume


@wakkaday It depends really, if the air is quite dry in your home then the humidifier could be a good choice. Just be careful though because high humidity (>60% RH I believe) and you're going to encourage mould growth and inhaling spores can have a pretty severe effect on your health long term.


Wow . Trying this out now is it worth getting a 2 in 1 humidifier and air purifier


Does anyone have any experience of the Bionaire Air Purifiers? Thanks


I've had this air purifier since March of this year and I can't recommend it enough. I suffer from allergic rhinitis and this thing has made a massive difference. There are a few problems with it though and I'd recommend anyone thinking of buying this read my Amazon review: "Before I get onto my review for this air purifier I just want to explain that I made my own basic one using a square fan and a hepa filter taped to the back. You can find a youtube video demonstrating how to set this basic but highly effective purifier and you could easily add a carbon filter and mesh filter to improve upon its design. The point I am trying to make is that no way is this product worth the £300+ rrp when inside the fancy exterior all that it essentially contains is a fan to drive air through 3 filters in order to remove pollutants. Most features it has including the variable fan speeds can easily be achieved with a DIY build at a fraction of the cost. That being said, if appearance and convenience are what you are looking for then this might be for you. I am fairly happy with its performance as you can clearly see the dust and dander caught in each filter. It gives frequent reminders to clean the filters and I'm sure eventually it will prompt me to replace the filters (I saw somewhere it says they have a 2 year lifespan). The main criticism I have for the unit is that on speeds 1,2,3 (not 4 and 5) the whirring fan noise is accompanied by a low frequency hum. The ordinary fan noise is perfectly bearable however this hum is quite annoying and is audible even with my noise cancelling headphones on.. To get around this I put blu tack around the two top clips that attach the front cover to make it a tighter fit and I also put some acoustic foam between the front panel and the main unit. This seems to have solved the problem but for such an expensive unit I shouldn't have to solve this in the first place."

Philips SHE3000, White for £5.95 Free C &C @ Staples
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Description Philips In-Ear Headphones 15mm speaker driver optimises wearing comfort Bass beat vents allow air movement for better sound Neodymium magnet enhances bass perfo… Read more

are they normal headphones not.them rubber things that dont ear what u clip off and on with different sizes.


£4.67 in black or pink


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You need to select the 49.99 option from the seller list


Getting good quality preventative care for your teeth is better than spending painfully big bills at the dentist. Never skimp on quality for teeth or feet.

Philips Electric Shaver 9000 series - S9531/26 £106 @ Amazon Italy
Found 5th OctFound 5th Oct
Best price I have ever seen. My first deal post :) Seeling at £290 or so on other websites including Amazon UK. Hopefully it will be useful for some.

Really good deal - the 7000 and 9000 series are in a different league from the cheaper models. Only one small gripe is the heads can pop off occasionally so I wish they were a bit more secure. Oneblade is not for me so these are certainly not obsolete.


I have Philips Philishave 8894, it was expensive 10 years ago. I spend one month salary in Poland on this shaver, I use it every day and the battery lasts 116 minutes that's about 1.5 month. It's worth every penny (or rather Polish penny "grosz"). I replaced the blades 3 times, last time this spring 2018. I still have spares for the next 2 years and I'm able to buy one as well - HQ8 blades, about £20 genuine or £5 non genuine, but I'm using genuine only. I wash it under the shower when the shaver is asking me to. I absolutely love it, it's the only one electric device which is still with me for so many years!


Thanks konline, I was looking for a deal on one of these. I managed to pick this up with express delivery for £115 inc. That shaved £35 off the last Black Friday deal. Now shipped, expected to arriveon 10th.


Or You can try this (nerd)


175 euros now. Expire.

Philips Wake-up Light Alarm Clock with Coloured Sunrise Simulation, 7 Natural Sounds & Radio Function - HF3531/01 £89.99 Amazon
Found 5th OctFound 5th Oct
Just found on Amazon whilst looking for a SAD lamp, seems like a good deal - original price £149.99. A lot cheaper than the more basic version - also has a USB port on the back for… Read more

I assume that would cost alot more than £90! So this is a steal (highfive)


Makes £90 seem like the deal of decade.....


Seems difficult to justify until you've used one to be honest! I bought one last year after years of hearing praise for them but not wanting to shell out, and I'm so glad I did. Not sure about the settings on this one as I got one of the different models but the one I have makes such a difference, I much prefer being woken up gently by light rather than abruptly by sound. Probably not much use if you're the type of person can hop out of bed in the morning, but as the poster above says, if you struggle to wake up when it's dark outside these are absolutely worth the money as the autumn and winter mornings approach!


Bought one of these Philips alarm clocks years ago. Literally the best purchase I’ve ever made. Completely transformed my mornings. No longer woken up by an alarm going off in the pitch black in winter, feeling like it’s the middle of the night and so fast asleep I can barely open my eyes. This thing wakes me up naturally imitating day light and you wake up feeling refreshed and ready to start the day. Best thing ever if you struggle waking up on dark winter mornings.


Ouch 90 quid. I have an alarm clock. 530 am every day. A 3 year old (lol)

Philips Airfryer HD9621/91 @ Tesco In-Store £59.99 (Surrey Quays)
LocalLocalFound 3rd OctFound 3rd Oct
Just bought this Philips Airfryer for £59 Was the last one on the shelf at my store - Tesco Surrey Quays Ticket still said its original price Only picked it up to check its price… Read more

Grabbed one at Gateshead Tesco too. Same price but only one available.


Definitely! Only just started using it but think it’s great!


Love ours. A few years old now but so useful

Philips Airfryer with Rapid Air Technology for Healthy Cooking, Baking and Grilling – Black – HD9216/41 £69.99 @ Argos
Found 3rd OctFound 3rd Oct
Currently £139 at Amazon, previous best price was £69.99 too. This one is click and collect too :)

We got this model last Christmas and I can recommend it. McCains Homefries come out golden and crispy on the outside and fluffy inside in around 10-12 minutes. Like the poster above, I also microwave baked spuds until just cooked through and then finish off with 10-15 minutes in the Airfryer until the skins are crispy. 2 large perfectly baked spuds in less than half an hour 8) Also perfect for healthy home made wedges.


For the price I paid £50 yes but I'm not overly keen on air fryers, I've tried the 4.2l non digital and I now think a small/mini oven is a better bet personally. . Other people think they are the dogs bollocks. Do bear in mind you do get a three year warranty with Tower, if you register by 28 days


Not sure why the higher price - What do you think of it, worth the purchase?


I bought the digital timer one so no knob but the starting price on the Philips is really high, so just think it might be better quality?


Great! And don't be afraid to get a bigger size. For example I live alone and bought the family size fryer and that's 'just enough' for me. I have a Tower one, and the dial is really smooth and hard to grip if hands are wet at all. The deal posted here looks like it has a nob that's easy to get a hold of. (cheeky) Aside from that i'd imagine an air fryer cannot be much different.

Philips Series 3000 10-in-1 Multi Grooming Kit for Beard, Hair and Body with Nose Trimmer Attachment @ Amazon: £22.50 (Student) / £25
Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
Cheapest this has been on Amazon. Normally £40. Now £25, plus Prime Student accounts get an additional 10% off bringing it down to £22.50. Box Contains: Multigroom handle. D… Read more

Maybe I need to get something like this rather than using a razor, I seem to leave it a while between shaves and the razor at times doesn't seen suitable.


I agree with nonprofit both they are advertised as 18 hours charge and none of them are waterproof. The only one that i know is 1 hour charge with 1 hour use and showerproof is 7000 series. Maybe im wrong.


They are both advertised as 16 hour charges on amazon and Philips official site - not sure where you're getting your numbers from. The 5000 does give you 10mins more usage per charge though (80 v 70). My trimmer just packed in so this was the best deal I could find for what I needed right now.


I think I would get the 5000 as well. Will keep an eye out for that. Thanks


Also one hour charging for series 5000, instead of 10 hour charging for series 3000. If you wait 1-2 weeks , same deal will be back again, as always on Amazon . I should have posted here , but was very busy yesterday and saw it late.

Philips Series 5000 Beard ++++ Stubble Trimmer and Multi Groom - 2 for 1 deal of the day - £39 @ Amazon
Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
This went out of stock earlier very quickly, it is now back and saying 8th Oct restock, so ordered another one. You get £80 worth for £39! They are £35-£55 each, depending on whe… Read more


I'm a hirsute gamer. Cheers!


Mistake and nothing to do with exposure, if an item that I am posting has anything to do with where you would use it, eg: a toothbrush would be used on holiday, yet it can only go under groceries, I check the ones it would be used in, the gaming one is not for beard trimmers, but sometimes on a entering the deal, hukd chooses some forums to put it in.. sorry if caused an issue for anyone with a beard playing Forza Horizon 4! (y)


It was a daily deal. You missed it :(


showing as £73 to me, how are people getting it for £39?

Philips 55POS9002 55” OLED 4K Razor-Slim, Ambilight TV £1161.91 delivered to the UK @
Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
I’ve been searching for a deal on this TV for a while. The current best deal in the UK is probably John Lewis at £1299 with a 5 year warranty. This deal gets you 2 years Amazo… Read more
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Perfect! You have helped me make up my mind . Thanks


I would not scrap the idea if I were you. The Hue Play bars require you use 'Hue Sync' which will need to be run from a PC or a Mac. You would have to run your TV's output through the PC running the Hue Sync app and then from that to the Hue Play lighting attached to the TV you end up buying. That's a hassle having to do that. Until, Philips start offering the Hue Sync app on other media hardware such as the Xbox, Playstation, Roku, Firestick etc. We are stuck with only half of the implementation. I would wait and buy the Ambilight TV you like which has this built and ready to go.


I have really been looking to buy this TV for some time to go with my Hue lighting setup. The problem Im having is I cant find a dealer who is demonstrating the TV for me to see. Ive tried my local Currys, Richer sounds & John Lewis High Wycombe (Flagship store) and no one has it! I am now thinking of scrapping the idea & buy the new Hue Play bars (that come out next week) and buy a different brand. Can anyone recommend an equivalent 55" OLED TV around the same price ? .


I wonder how this would stack up against it's rivals ? Panasonic TX55EZ952B55 vs LG OLED55B7V and sony bravia kd55a1 ??? Anyone had a chance to compare ? Seems like ok deal , not sure about buying from italy , i would personaly add 138£ and get it from JL with 5 year warranty


Are you sure? I heard the opposite, no future dolby vision or HDR10+ on this.

Yale Sync Smart Home Alarm £234.99 Amazon
06/10/2018Expires on 06/10/2018Found 1st OctFound 1st Oct
This is equivalent to existing Yale 320 series of alarm which is priced at 240

It's good to see that the process is more intelligent than the Supervisors (embarrassed)


Price change alert


I don't think they know much about it. The application of the price match refund is evidently done automatically so the support guys don't really know what to say.


Most have experience ranging from a few months to a year, even supervisors. And employees move away too fast.


The funny thing is, I received an email from a Supervisor of chat saying I wouldn't get a refund and then I spoke to a Supervisor on the phone last night, who said exactly the same. You would think the Supervisor would have more of an idea on how the system runs.

Philips led bulbs 50p instore at B&Q (Wigan)
LocalLocalFound 30th SepFound 30th Sep
Went into the Wigan B&Q this afternoon to pick up some paint, noticed at the checkout they had 2 baskets of Philips led bulbs reduced to 50p each, picked up a few as replacemen… Read more



That's better. (lol)


Oh my god this apps annoying. (lol)


I'm feeling really crap, man-flu and all that, at least that's what my wife says, if someone could do it for me I could die happy :)


Heat for the price. I think you can edit price by yourself

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