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Phillips shaver series 3000 - £39.99 @ Boots (free C&C)
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Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
Phillips shaver series 3000 ....first post.....thought was a good deal as it seems cheaper to get a new one than it is the heads these days
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Cremoso99

I use an old Phillips beard trimmer instead of one of these. Bought a Remington one recently and it's rubbish so back to using the old Phillips.

fiqqer

I had my first one for over 10 years and it only ever needed the cutting blades washed thoroughly using a high jet shower head. That and changing which of the 3 chambers they went in. The same with my current one - which is now 3 years old. I use it every other day and have thick bristles. Replacement heads cost far too much to make it worthwhile.

dheydl

I'm talking of the 7000 series and similar. The foil heads move around a lot more with this type.

abigsmurf

Had two phillips shavers like these. Both went completely blunt within 6 months, replacement heads cost about 3/4 of what the razor cost me.

danielwhicks

Isn’t this a “three leaf clover type” please explain! I’m looking to buy the Braun 5 series foil type razor... I thought that would be better than this as thought foil was superior? Can somone help me I don’t have a clue!!

Braun Series 7 Electric Shaver for Men 7840s - Was £279.99 NOW £127 @ Amazon
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Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Amazing deal from Braun 50% off the Braun Series 7 Electric Shaver for Men 7840s. It has amazing reviews :)
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eslick

Yes they do expire and have a expiry date but just add anything to your account just in case. You can become a student, most of us are £14 NUS card, you need either a free course or a cheap paid for one or as some hot dealers do just say they are somewhere they don’t check and 6 months free amazon and £39 a year for three years.

super_shopper

Thanks - all these years of shopping with Amazon and I never knew about these - so I guess I can add any useful ones and they will be applied should I make a purchase for the produc at a later date....wish I was a student, looks like you get good perks.

eslick

there had been a few vouchers on the amazon voucher page, they don't expire when there are offers on and for the 7 series they were still valid over Black Friday, added that another student discount which they had at the time (most of us here are cough students) and it took it down to around £56. In the end I got it for free because they were supposed to deduct the price from gift vouchers I had on the account but they didnt so told me to just keep it after trying to fix it for a couple of weeks. https://www.amazon.co.uk/vouchers-coupons/b/ref=sv_gb_3?ie=UTF8&node=5522783031

super_shopper

wow that was cheap - could you please advise what other additional discounts you were able to apply - just trying to plan for if it comes up again this year. thanks.....

afroylnt

Disposables as recommended by Plaster weekly... :D You can't beat wet shaving for closeness but early morning electric razors are just quicker...

Philips S9031/26 Series 9000 Wet and Dry Electric Shaver £50 @ Boots Wrexham
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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.
martoggy27

Full price in mine

afroylnt

Great price

Philips Electric Shaver 9000 series - S9531/26 £106 @ Amazon Italy
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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.
ElBuc

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.

krisdeb

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!

COUPONKEV

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.

Dziambis

Or You can try this (nerd)

blue_eyes777

175 euros now. Expire.

Philips Series 5000 11-in-1 Multi Grooming Kit for Beard, Hair and Body with Nose Trimmer Attachment £22.50 (Student) / £25 @ Amazon
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Found 29th SepFound 29th Sep
Deal of the Day, and Prime Student accounts get an extra 10% off
alababaju

This might be too late, but just in case you still need an answer. It does indeed do a close shave.

sanjayo1

Ordered

sanjayo1

Have some heat

m4rky2011

I wouldn’t try putting this up your arse (poo)

akkybadi

I charge mine once and it goes on for weeks

Remington Flex 360 shaver £17.50 Tesco instore
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LocalLocalFound 23rd SepFound 23rd Sep
Remington Flex 360 shaver found for £17.50 in Tesco Milton Keynes Kingston. £40 on Amazon, £50 in Boots. Good reviews on Amazon. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Remington-XR1400-Rotary-… Read more
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Philips OneBlade Hybrid Trimmer & Shaver with 3 x Lengths & 1 Extra Blade £29.99 Amazon Exclusive (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) - QP2520/30
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Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Rechargeable OneBlade can trim, edge, and shave any length of hair Amazon frustration-free-packaging; this product comes with a 2-pin shaver plug for charging purposes Trim it down… Read more
trs020382

Mine is going back tomorrow. Absolutely hated the thing; I fail to see what the hype is with these.

Seenthisdeal

Thank you for your responce this clears it up it was a shavers adapter i will have to get a convertor before i can use

KeyboardKitten

Dumb question probably but how close of a shave does this give compared to a cartridge razor.

Esux

and only half the time to charge. Much better.

johnf007

QP2530 is the pro version. This one is the QP2520.

Phillips 5000 Series Shaver gift set - phillpe aquatouch wet dry electric shaver 5073/62. £58.99 Argos - Collect in store or £3.95 delivery
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Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
Gets excellent reviews at an excellent price. Ideal first razor too though may you may not then need the included beard trimmer! Includes gift set containing face NIVEA Protect &am… Read more
Des-de-la-Monde

Please don't give up, Many of us appreciate the vast majority of deal posters even if we feel that a deal is not a good deal for ourselves. I definitely appreciate you posting this even though I am not yet sure if I consider this a good deal, but that's because I'm trying to find out more about it, but I wouldn't even have had the opportunity to do that if you had not kindly given up some of your time to make your post! So thank you for your post and I hope your son likes this shaver and gets much use out of it!

minidan

I agree that a razor costing well over twice the price is probably going to do better. Indeed, I had a £300 razor that this does not compare with. The point is this is good for the price. I did not intend buying my son anything expensive to trash. Please compare like with like. I give up. I didn’t even mention the word Apple until now!

Rimi

Had this. Good for few first months....but not as good and shave not as close as Braun ones does. And Braun lasts for ages, my current Braun 7 goes strong for 4th year, no foil change needed(even indicator has gone on after 2 years of use) as is as sharp and close shave as was when brand new.

Des-de-la-Monde

How long did you have it before it ceased being good please?

minidan

Found next best price now eBay £72.99

( s7530 / 50) Philips wet and dry cordless shaver £108 @ eBay philipselectronicsuk
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Found 18th SepFound 18th Sep
Condition is new / other, states box damaged. Also states in description 2 pin plug... Amazon price bnib is £199. So quite a big saving if it is just a dameged outer packaging. Fre… Read more
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apur32

Heat added from me.....not sure why cold ..

Wirralbargains77

Thanks for the input.. Appreciated

Lowtrawler

Brand new, it has been as low as £80 on Amazon and also from Philips direct. More importantly, I have owned this (always having used Philips shavers) and, after a few months, was providing the worst shave ever. Essentially, there is a design fault which means the shaving heads no longer give good contact after a short period of use.

Wirralbargains77

Cheers

Mark_LewisZ7x

Price good to me I give heat anyway (lol)

Oral B Smart 5 (Pink & White) Twin Pack Electric Toothbrushes £89.99 with shaver plugs at Groupon Uk
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Found 16th SepFound 16th Sep
Amazon is £84.99 for 1 Brush, so for an extra fiver you get an extra toothbrush and 2 shaver plugs worth £9 according to amazon prices! Plus 10% voucher code via vouchercodes … Read more
Josh_Graham

It's cheaper on Amazon: Check this out at Amazon.co.uk Oral-B Smart 5 5950 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush Powered by Braun - Pack Contains Two toothbrushes - White & Pink https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B071NDJ66X/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_66MNBbG5AHJ48

strong1

Seems expensive, good toothbrush? There’s that many now

Spacevsgravity

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Wilkinson Sword Hydro 5 Razor at Wilko £4.50
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Found 14th SepFound 14th Sep
The Wilkinson Sword Hydro 5 Razor is £4.50 from Wilko and normally £9. Five extra blades cost £9/£10 depending on what ones you get from Wilko.
gifted2002uk

Great thank you

Sangita_Rai

thegiftandgadgetstore.com/order I would buy a Razor with a mug for £2.98

senukas

Same price in Tesco

zombrex

Ive been picking up the lidl variant shark i think its called

Rich069

Ive found that too-strange. Keep trying to find an alternative (cheaper) to Gillette fusion, but still end up back there.

Gillette Fusion 5 Men's Razor At Wilko £5
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Found 14th SepFound 14th Sep
The Gillette Fusion 5 Men’s Razor is £4.50 from Wilko and comes with one head. Eight extras heads cost £15 from Wilko.
Forgottenshopper

£4.50 on corrrect web link.. https://www.wilko.com/en-uk/gillette-fusion-5-mens-razor/p/0247676

Rich069

Should be this price with 4 blades.

sam_of_london

You should put the 8 head as a deal . This single one is expensive by itself .

John Lewis & Partners Clothes Shaver, Grey, £7.50 @ John Lewis  & Partners
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Found 9th SepFound 9th Sep
Just like a lint roller, but it's powerful. De-fuzz bobbly clothes with this handy shaver. Battery operated, the slim foil removes pilling to leave clothes looking like new. Req… Read more
ajdatasafe

Try this at Amazon - looks the same - £4.99 with Prime https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B001FZQRV0/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1

MR1123

That’s what I used once it happens to cheap clothes.

MR1123

This is not a lint roller, don’t confuse it for one.

Besford

They were in Poundshops not long ago and I think I paid £2.99 for mine.

freakstyler

An orange Bic razor usually works fine for light bobble.

Braun Series 9 9260PS Men's Electric Wet & Dry Foil Shaver with Charging Stand £99.99 @ Costco
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Found 9th SepFound 9th Sep
Best price for Costco members, if you are not member add 15 pound for online annual subscription. The Braun Series 9 is our best electric shaver with 5 synchronized shaving elem… Read more
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kestrel1960

Funny you should say that. I have considered the Oneblade several times in the past (as an alternative to my growing collection of Merkurs which include a Futur, Mergress and of course the Slant.) I only use feathers currently. If I do take the Philips plunge I’ll let you know.

rossysaurus

It would be interesting to get your opinion on the Philips Oneblade. I love mine and use it more than DE or straight shaving now but I'm worried about the longevity of the heads. I've been considering getting an electric Braun but I have tough hair and sensitive skin and most razors pull and pluck rather than cut (even Merkur slant bar DE with anything less than a Feather blade). It's not super smooth but it's completely devoid of irritation.

kestrel1960

I’m primarily a DE wet shaver. This obviously takes more time than an electric shave but is closer and longer lasting. However at evenings and weekends or when I’m in a hurry I use an electric shaver (the main reason being that I can be doing other things whilst shaving.) ive been through all the usual suspects. Philips rotary. Panasonic. Etc etc. Settled on a Remington for many years which could deal with my heavy stubble and 5 o’clock shadow like no other. Then I chanced upon Braun. I’ve had the 3, 5 and 7 series. The higher the number the better the shave. Quite seriously the 9 series is a no-brainier at this price. The 9 series is the best electric shaver I’ve had.

adamwilko007

Wha products would you recommend?

Dekard97

With the right routine, you can achieve the closest, smoothest, most comfortable shave imaginable. Takes bit of time, the right products and practice. The results are a smoother shave, and less irritation than an electric shaver.

Special Edition BB-8 Men’s Electric Shaver £30 instore @ Boots Swindon
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LocalLocalFound 8th SepFound 8th Sep
Specification highlights Shaving system ComfortCut Blade System 27 self-sharpening blades Contour-following 5-direction Flex Heads Skin comfort Skin Protection System Aquatec Wet a… Read more
Nibblez

They turned BB8 into a shaver? Monsters

Stompa

I have one of these. It's beyond me why they put the on/off switch where it is, but apart from that it's fine.

mentm

Which one there is a few in swindon

r401caw

Yes they are - son has one

odiedodie

Tempted. These may good?

Braun 5195CC shaver £99.99 at Argos £100 off rrp
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Found 7th SepFound 7th Sep
Amazon are selling the 5197CC https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B071WVXLZB/ref=twister_B0743HYVLV?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 for £122.91. The only difference is the 5195 comes with a har… Read more
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aiz3n

I think you should delete this deal, it’s so cold ... I’m getting frost bites from it (lol)

Computerman

That is without the cleaning station

aiz3n

Groupon selling it for £80

Computerman

picked up the shaver today tried a dry shave and the results are good so far but time will tell.

coxy82

Agreed. Purchased a Panasonic 2 years ago which is still going strong and gives a great close shave.

Braun Series 9 Wet and Dry Electric Shaver 9290cc £189.99 Argos
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Exceptionally gentle on skin, this electric shaver features Braun's specialised shaving technology that captures more hair in every stroke to provide a close, comfortable shave wit… Read more
LOUGHBORO.GUY

Is a wet dry electric shaver give a best shave dry or in the shower with foam or gel ? Thankyou for your help

wozwebs

Was looking at this one, which was under £100 inc VAT at Costco yesterday: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Braun-9260PS-Electric-Shaver-Charging/dp/B076C9JMFL/ref=sr_1_1_s_it?s=drugstore&ie=UTF8&qid=1536307132&sr=1-1&keywords=9260ps Doesn't have the dock thing but I have one from an old series 5 but not sure if it would fit? Keep buying electric shavers though and then when they start to pull I look at new heads and sometimes better to buy a new one

Holgmaster

I still prefer the Panasonic Arc shavers. Closest shave any electric shaver has given me. My mates even shaved a stuffed badger at a ski resort with it. Ask the badger how close the shave was. Looks like a skunk now though (horror) .

afroylnt

Don't worry EU I am sure is already on to this working out the max cc a shaver will be allowed to have...

te721

Maybe a bit to powerful for my face? I mean my car just under 2000cc

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