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[Amazon.ca] Prime Day: Philips Multigroom 5000 - $36.15

It looks like with prime, you get 15% off bringing it down from $42.53 to $36.15

Philips Multigroom Series 5000 Cordless with 17 Trimming Accessories and Storage Bag, MG5750/18 https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B073RHH3GH/
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Jul 3, 2014
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I have had this product for about 2 years. Has worked well.
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May 25, 2020
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Agreed, one of the best, but it didn't last me 2 years.

The battery started to go around 14 months. By 18 months, I got 45 seconds of power per full charge. It feels bad to just throw something in the trash because of battery, but I couldn't figure out how to replace it.
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Also don't even think about using it on your cojones.. take my word for it. Pretty good otherwise.
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WalletNotSafe wrote: Agreed, one of the best, but it didn't last me 2 years.

The battery started to go around 14 months. By 18 months, I got 45 seconds of power per full charge. It feels bad to just throw something in the trash because of battery, but I couldn't figure out how to replace it.
does it work plugged in?
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WalletNotSafe wrote: Agreed, one of the best, but it didn't last me 2 years.

The battery started to go around 14 months. By 18 months, I got 45 seconds of power per full charge. It feels bad to just throw something in the trash because of battery, but I couldn't figure out how to replace it.
Did you store it fully charged or leave it discharged? I'm surprised your battery went so quick. Perhaps warranty would've covered it.
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I charged it once months ago and it's still running. I use it regularly (have a beard so trim it pretty much every other day).

The nose trimmer isn't that great though.
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Wait for it... Time machine coming in for a landing...

I previously purchased the Philips Multigroom Series 7000 Cordless Wet & Dry with 19 Trimming Accessories and Storage Bag, MG7770/18
for under $35, and gave it back, but couldn't remember why.


Item(s) Subtotal: CDN$ 34.96
Shipping & Handling: CDN$ 0.00
Total before tax: CDN$ 34.96
Estimated GST/HST: CDN$ 1.75
Estimated PST/RST/QST: CDN$ 3.49
Gift Card Amount: -CDN$ 40.20
Grand Total: CDN$ 0.00
Refund Total CDN$ 40.20

wilbrod wrote: Also don't even think about using it on your cojones.. take my word for it. Pretty good otherwise.
Ah yes... Must be the reason! ;)
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WalletNotSafe wrote: Agreed, one of the best, but it didn't last me 2 years.

The battery started to go around 14 months. By 18 months, I got 45 seconds of power per full charge. It feels bad to just throw something in the trash because of battery, but I couldn't figure out how to replace it.
Same thing happened to my Philips. They are cheap because they will only last 1-2 years.
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Feb 14, 2018
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Paid more recently. I guess Amazon won't match? Should I just order another and return as though it's the first?
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Baconator wrote: What's the best one of these things for your nads?
I think you’re looking for the Philips Bodygroom. No deals that I can see though.

NORELCO Philips Bodygroom Series 1100, Body Trimmer, BG1026/60 https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B010XIGBUQ/ref ... HFbKG3CFA7
Or
Philips Norelco Bodygroomer BG7030/49 - skin friendly, showerproof, body trimmer and shaver https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07H41JQVR/ref ... HFb9HVP9DE
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Jan 7, 2019
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I have somewhat thick hair, this thing is very disappointing and takes much longer than my old shaver to trim down a beard, shouldn’t have to go over one area ten times. I’m 36 I’ve been shaving for 20 years (beards and facial hair the whole time never clean shave, and this is worse trimmer I ever bought) just upset to spend more money now so making do with my old one basically (wahl). Unless mines defective, I’m like 5 uses in and don’t want to use it anymore because takes so long to do what used to take me less than 5 minutes. Eyeing the peanut now (friend has it) wish I would have bought that first now I’m worried if I buy that and it’s crappy I’ll have spent a lot of $ for nothing and still be using my old one with its remaining 1 and almost broken attachment
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vader_slri wrote: I think you’re looking for the Philips Bodygroom. No deals that I can see though.

NORELCO Philips Bodygroom Series 1100, Body Trimmer, BG1026/60 https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B010XIGBUQ/ref ... HFbKG3CFA7
Or
Philips Norelco Bodygroomer BG7030/49 - skin friendly, showerproof, body trimmer and shaver https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07H41JQVR/ref ... HFb9HVP9DE
Awesome, thank you!
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Dec 14, 2016
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Looks like it's out of stock. Bummer, would have definitely picked one up.
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Baconator wrote: Awesome, thank you!
Philips one blade body trimmer(with the silver accent on the body... Lithium. Plain black one is only Nihm so much worse battery life) is also good for that. Just keep in mind you're supposed to swap the blades out every 3-6 months. The full-on bodygroom ones should give you 2-3 years without the blade giving you any trouble.

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