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[Amazon Canada] Phillips OneBlade Shaver $35.99 (Reg $44.99)

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[Amazon Canada] Phillips OneBlade Shaver $35.99 (Reg $44.99)

Amazon.ca has Phillips OneBlade for $35.99, which is $9 off (Walmart.ca has for $44.99).

I've heard good things from lots of people.
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There are different versions of these out there. Read the product details.

For example, the Walmart/Amazon.ca version is a NiMH battery.

Costco is Li-Ion. Worth the extra few $$$ IMO. Costco is $50 but includes an extra blade and trimmer accessories. For reference.
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TheDoctah wrote:
Oct 30th, 2017 7:26 am
There are different versions of these out there. Read the product details.

For example, the Walmart/Amazon.ca version is a NiMH battery.

Costco is Li-Ion. Worth the extra few $$$ IMO. Costco is $50 but includes an extra blade and trimmer accessories. For reference.
The Amazon one also comes with three combs.

I saw the one at Costco (Boucherville) yesterday, but it was 55$ not, 50$.

Blades usually goes for 20$ or 30$-35$ for 2. They should last about 4 months, but I changed mine after 8 months, shaving about once a week, once every 5 days.

I have mine since last Christmas.

Love it. Gets the job done quickly. Not as a close shave as a regular razor, but I am satisfied. I use mine with shaving cream because without it, hair fall everywhere. The shaving cream locks all the cut hair.
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There seems to be 3 versions. The Amazon one (NiMH 8 hour charge time), the Costco one (liOn 4 hour charge time and extra blade) and the One blade pro (liOn 1 hour charge time)
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The pro sells for $80 on Amazon
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dafais wrote:
Oct 30th, 2017 9:25 am
The Costco one might be the one blade pro
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The pro sells for $80 on Amazon.
I've bought the one from Costco, it's not the Pro. The OneBlade shaver at Costco is the same as the OP's link, just might vary in terms of blades and combs in the box.

Here's an example of replacement blades:

https://www.amazon.ca/Philips-OneBlade- ... B01FG2RLQC

Slightly hefty but that's the idea behind the cost of the shaver.
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I like this shaver a lot. Doesn't shave as close as regular shavers but my skin does not get irritated.
And it is very good for the few days old beard.
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Great shaver for people who get cut easy with razors
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This looks cool. Thanks for the product FYI OP and all!
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dafais wrote:
Oct 30th, 2017 9:25 am
There seems to be 3 versions. The Amazon one (NiMH 8 hour charge time), the Costco one (liOn 4 hour charge time and extra blade) and the One blade pro (liOn 1 hour charge time)
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The pro sells for $80 on Amazon
I tried the pro; hated it because it was too hefty/cumbersome to use. I’m happy with the cheaper version.
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I'll throw a good word in for the Oneblade. I have pretty fair skin and razor burn is often a problem as a result. The Oneblade has been quite good against the skin. Face definitely isn't as smooth as a razor shave after, but the end product looks like a clean shave, and the irritation is substantially lessened. Occasionally have to go over the same spot twice, but it's otherwise pretty effective first-pass. I use Kiehl's oil and Proraso shaving cream FYI. I would rate it an A- so far, which makes it a tidy investment for $50.
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I bought one of those at an airport bestbuy vending machine during a trip when I forgot to bring my shaver. I normally use Philips electric shaver at home. The one I use now is at least 5-6 years old - I think it is the smarttouch 3D model. I have to say that the Oneblade takes wayyyyy longer to shave and not nearly as close. For leisure trips, I can live with it. However, wouldnt a regular Philips shaver be a better choice other than size?
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Sorry, I need something for my pubic!.....this won't work!
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barriecuda wrote:
Oct 30th, 2017 1:17 pm
I'll throw a good word in for the Oneblade. I have pretty fair skin and razor burn is often a problem as a result. The Oneblade has been quite good against the skin. Face definitely isn't as smooth as a razor shave after, but the end product looks like a clean shave, and the irritation is substantially lessened. Occasionally have to go over the same spot twice, but it's otherwise pretty effective first-pass. I use Kiehl's oil and Proraso shaving cream FYI. I would rate it an A- so far, which makes it a tidy investment for $50.
You shaving cream with this product?

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