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    Electric Razor Recommendations

    After 40 odd years of wet shaving my face and chin skin have decided to become a little less supple! So I want to try out an electric razor.

    I've got a pretty feeble growth, I shave twice a week, every other day on holiday (as if anyone would notice 😆). There's no fancy bits to trim or edge.

    Does anyone have any recommendations?

    Thanks.


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    Iíve always found Phillips oneblade good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity Hibee View Post
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    Iíve always found Phillips oneblade good.


    Seconded. Good, it does the job, easy to use

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    Another shout for the Phillips One Blade.

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    Never even heard of a one blade, gonna need to do some research (very timely as well )

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    Thanks guys.

    Are you using the Original (£20ish) or the Pro (£70ish)?


    I'm a bit gobsmacked this is getting such good reviews! It's an early Christmas prezzy and I was expecting Santa to pay upwards of £150!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
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    Thanks guys.

    Are you using the Original (£20ish) or the Pro (£70ish)?


    I'm a bit gobsmacked this is getting such good reviews! It's an early Christmas prezzy and I was expecting Santa to pay upwards of £150!


    I’ve got both, and the quality of shave is very similar imo. The big difference is the charge time (faster on the pro), there’s a battery percentage indicator on the pro vs a green/red led on the original, and the pro has a beard trimmer attachment that has a wider range of lengths, whereas the original comes with a couple of detachable heads with fixed length.

    Either are very good

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    Quote Originally Posted by McD View Post
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    Iíve got both, and the quality of shave is very similar imo. The big difference is the charge time (faster on the pro), thereís a battery percentage indicator on the pro vs a green/red led on the original, and the pro has a beard trimmer attachment that has a wider range of lengths, whereas the original comes with a couple of detachable heads with fixed length.

    Either are very good
    Great. Thanks 😊
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
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    Thanks guys.

    Are you using the Original (£20ish) or the Pro (£70ish)?


    I'm a bit gobsmacked this is getting such good reviews! It's an early Christmas prezzy and I was expecting Santa to pay upwards of £150!
    Got the original and itís good

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    I saw on on Amazon black Friday for £270 reduced from £670!!!

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    Just bought the phillips 5000 series yesterday, down to £100 from £200 in argos black friday deals, very good so far much better than my old one that was starting to rip my face to shreds.

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    Thanks everyone.

    I've gone for the Phillips One Blade pro. Mrs Jackie said just order it as part of your Christmas so I ordered a 850g bar of Cadburys Dairy Milk as well 😆

    CDM was 10% off.
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    "...when Hibs won the Scottish Cup final and that celebration, Sunshine on Leith? I donít think thereís a better football celebration ever in the game.Ē

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jones28 View Post
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    Thanks.
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