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[Amazon.ca] Philips Multigroom Series 3000 $24.96

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[Amazon.ca] Philips Multigroom Series 3000 $24.96

Originally $29.96. Temporarily out of stock, but available to add to cart.

Philips Multigroom Series 3000 Cordless
Our toughest multi-purpose trimmer boasts tempered steel cutting blades that self-sharpen and won't rust. The durable trimmer also includes impact-resistant cutting guards,

Create the look you want: Moustache, Long Beard, Short Beard, Stubble look, Sharp lines, Detailed Styling and Goatee
Includes 13 Trimming Accessories (1 Full Metal Trimmer, 1 Full Metal Detailer, 1 Nose & Ear Rotary Trimmer, 3 Beard Trimming Guards, 3 Hair Trimming Guards and 1 Stubble Trimming Guard
Power: 60 minutes run time – Lithium Ion – 5 minutes quick charge / 8 hours to full charge. Automatic voltage:100-240 V
Self-Sharpening Tempered Steel blades: reinforced with iron and tempered for maximum strength. Non-corrosive metal can be rinsed with water without rusting
Impact Resistant guards: Unique cutting guards reinforced with ultra-strong fiberglass to prevent bending & buckling while ensuring even trim every time
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Can I use this on my balls?
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Pay a bit more and get the 7000 series instead. Costco and Walmart usually have them priced around $50. I got mine last year from Walmart for $35 during Black Friday and I have no regrets. The battery life is like 5 hours on it so it’s very convenient to use.
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sony17 wrote: Can I use this on my balls?
Not this one, learnt it the hard way. The 7000 series is the one you're looking for
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sony17 wrote: Can I use this on my balls?
This guy doesnt beat around the bush, goes straight to the point!
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Dazaron wrote: This guy doesnt beat around the bush, goes straight to the point!
Puns intended?
hotandsoursoup wrote: Not this one, learnt it the hard way. The 7000 series is the one you're looking for
Not sure I would even trust the 7000 on anything that sensitive. I have the 7000, and when trimming the bottom of my mustache, I have hit my lip and cut it, on more than one occasion!
jetertmac wrote: Pay a bit more and get the 7000 series instead. Costco and Walmart usually have them priced around $50. I got mine last year from Walmart for $35 during Black Friday and I have no regrets. The battery life is like 5 hours on it so it’s very convenient to use.
Bought mine at Walmart for $20 tax in, with the flyer insert coupon they had. Grabbed a couple at that price, in case one breaks. Fantastic trimmer.
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sony17 wrote: Can I use this on my balls?
You didn't read the q&a on Amazon
It's literally the first question:
"Yes, but I would avoid using it to trim anything that has wrinkles, like your balls. This trimmer is pretty safe and won't cut you so long as the surface it is contacting is completely flat."
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I had 2 philips 3000 and unless they changed the head mount design, forget about swapping between attachments if you want to keep it long term.
Mine use a twist-lock style mount, the mounting point wears out quick and stops holding attachments securely.
My advice - get a regular hair/beard trimmer, or get this one and avoid swapping between the cutting heads, rather get a separate nose hair trimmer.
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Jan 24, 2019
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I've been using these for nearly 3 years.

I'm on my second because the first stopped working, but I wanted a new blade anyway so it was fine. Didn't bother going through warranty or anything.

It's an okay trimmer but I'm gonna go for something more expensive in the near future. It's just not as premium feeling as more expensive models, and the shave could be just a slight touch closer. It also isn't water resistant but I have used them in the shower so take that for what it's worth.

All in all it gets the job done and my skin loves it compared to anything with a close shave. It's really good for someone with sensitive skin looking to get as close as they can. Works fine for body hair too and I even shaved my head with it once.

Seriously though, nothing electric on the boys. You're just asking for it at that point;)
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I saw the 5000 Series for around 50 bucks at Shoppers yesterday.
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hotandsoursoup wrote: Not this one, learnt it the hard way. The 7000 series is the one you're looking for
Yes, the 7000 is good.

Best is just use a disposable lady's razor and have a friend do it carefully for you. It is not easy to reach some area, even with the 7000.
sooperdice wrote: I saw the 5000 Series for around 50 bucks at Shoppers yesterday.
Costco have the 7000 and I think I buy for $50.
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jackass_ca wrote:
Not sure I would even trust the 7000 on anything that sensitive. I have the 7000, and when trimming the bottom of my mustache, I have hit my lip and cut it, on more than one occasion!
Yean, Exactly the same happened to me once. Since then I use the 1 mm guide or greater.
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krsmas wrote: I've been using these for nearly 3 years.

I'm on my second because the first stopped working, but I wanted a new blade anyway so it was fine. Didn't bother going through warranty or anything.

It's an okay trimmer but I'm gonna go for something more expensive in the near future. It's just not as premium feeling as more expensive models, and the shave could be just a slight touch closer. It also isn't water resistant but I have used them in the shower so take that for what it's worth.

All in all it gets the job done and my skin loves it compared to anything with a close shave. It's really good for someone with sensitive skin looking to get as close as they can. Works fine for body hair too and I even shaved my head with it once.

Seriously though, nothing electric on the boys. You're just asking for it at that point;)
Same here. It struggle on hairs and doesn't shave my cheecks and neck well. I have yet to find the doitall shaver/trimmer.
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sony17 wrote: Can I use this on my balls?
I wouldn't (again) made that mistake and took a chunk out of mine (7000 series).

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