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

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Jun 25, 2007
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ssjlancer wrote:
Oct 30th, 2017 7:50 pm
Tried this but it doesnt seem to work on asian hair unfortunetly.
Can you elaborate your experience?
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Dec 28, 2005
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Am I missing something about this? I tried it thinking it'd be a nice travel solution, but so far I am underwhelmed. If you want to shave dry with it, you don't get a close shave and it shoots hair everywhere unlike other electrics. If you are going to shave wet in the shower, you'll get an as good if not better shave with a cheap Dorco. If you're going to use cream/soap/oil, it's more satisfying and cost-effective to use a double-edge safety razor. I'm happy people are enjoying it, but it seems like a solution in search of a problem.
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Mar 10, 2012
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PEACHLAND
unshavenyak wrote:
Nov 1st, 2017 2:23 pm
Am I missing something about this? I tried it thinking it'd be a nice travel solution, but so far I am underwhelmed. If you want to shave dry with it, you don't get a close shave and it shoots hair everywhere unlike other electrics. If you are going to shave wet in the shower, you'll get an as good if not better shave with a cheap Dorco. If you're going to use cream/soap/oil, it's more satisfying and cost-effective to use a double-edge safety razor. I'm happy people are enjoying it, but it seems like a solution in search of a problem.
This is not meant to shave Yaks, sorry
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Apr 18, 2017
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unshavenyak wrote:
Nov 1st, 2017 2:23 pm
Am I missing something about this?......................but it seems like a solution in search of a problem.
yeah, its not the closest shave, but its a great all in one solution for me.
It keeps the beard and stache detailed and trimmed to length, and shave my neckline and cheeks.
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Mar 22, 2004
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Mississauga
So what is the consensus best version as someone pointed out there are different ones being sold?
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unshavenyak wrote:
Nov 1st, 2017 2:23 pm
Am I missing something about this? I tried it thinking it'd be a nice travel solution, but so far I am underwhelmed. If you want to shave dry with it, you don't get a close shave and it shoots hair everywhere unlike other electrics. If you are going to shave wet in the shower, you'll get an as good if not better shave with a cheap Dorco. If you're going to use cream/soap/oil, it's more satisfying and cost-effective to use a double-edge safety razor. I'm happy people are enjoying it, but it seems like a solution in search of a problem.
Put it this way, it's not a portable razor, it's mean for home but can be used elsewhere given how tiny it is. As far as the disposable razor goes, why even bother if you have a DE razor. With it, you can use one in the shower too and simply do touch ups afterwards on anything you missed.

However unlike the DE razor, it takes much less time to get a good shave from the looks of it. So with the drawback of buying razor heads and not having some sort of hair catch like regular electric razors, this thing seems to be better than any of your suggested sollutions
That's not a knife!

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