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[Canadian Tire] Philips OneBlade $34.99

Philips OneBlade Hybrid Electric Trimmer and Shaver, QP2520/21

FEATURES
•Philips OneBlade Trimmer is designed to trim, edge and shave any length of hair
•Unique shaving technology integrates a fast moving dual sided cutter (200 x per second) with a dual protection system
•Trim your beard to a precision stubble length with one of the 3 stubble combs; 1 mm for 5 o'clock shadow, 3 mm for a tight trim and 5 mm for a long stubble
•Offers a 45 min run time
•Includes 3 stubble combs
•Model #QP2520/21
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I was literally waiting in line at Walmart to get one of these. Luckily I saw this post and went to Canadian tire to get it. The price has already been lowered on their system.

Thanks op
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Does anyone know how this compares to the con air istubble?
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any $20 coupon to bring down?
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Thanks OP, I've been debating picking this up but the cost of replacement blades is discouraging. (~$30 for 2). Can anyone comment on how long a blade usually lasts?
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-=MK=- wrote: Thanks OP, I've been debating picking this up but the cost of replacement blades is discouraging. (~$30 for 2). Can anyone comment on how long a blade usually lasts?
Replaceable OneBlade lasts up to 4 months. (For best shaving experience. Based on 2 full shaves per week. Actual results may vary.)
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Still shows $49.99 to me. Is this price in the flyer or something?

*EDIT* Nevermind, found it on page 9 in the flyer. Looks like it officially starts tomorrow.
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fattymccraigs wrote: Still shows $49.99 to me. Is this price in the flyer or something?
It's in this weeks flyer starting tomorrow however see below...
zeeden wrote: I was literally waiting in line at Walmart to get one of these. Luckily I saw this post and went to Canadian tire to get it. The price has already been lowered on their system.

Thanks op
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Thanks OP. I already have one and I find it works quite well, but I left my charger in a hotel room like an idiot. I looked into it and a replacement charger costs about $45 USD, so it's more economical to just buy a new one.
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All of the Phillips shaver chargers I have are the same.
I have the one from Costco and highly recommend this shaver. It's made the others obsolete for me, so I have three chargers for one shaver lol
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The price is already effective in stores now. I picked one up at lunch at the Richmond Hill CT and it rang up as 34.99
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The one at costco for $50 has an extra blade, an additional comb and advertises as being LI-on battery... does this one have a ni-cd or is it the same? is the extra blade worth the $15?
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T3rry wrote: The one at costco for $50 has an extra blade, an additional comb and advertises as being LI-on battery... does this one have a ni-cd or is it the same? is the extra blade worth the $15?
this one: Run time 45 minutes
Charging 8 hours full charge
Costco one: Run time 60 minutes
Charging 4 hours full charge
replacement blade costs more tnan $15
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loginn wrote: this one: Run time 45 minutes
Charging 8 hours full charge
Costco one: Run time 60 minutes
Charging 4 hours full charge
replacement blade costs more tnan $15
So basically the costco one is probably a better deal...
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T3rry wrote: So basically the costco one is probably a better deal...
And costco one has one more comb
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Price even displayed at the Newmarket store. See attached image.
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T3rry wrote: So basically the costco one is probably a better deal...
Yeah, the blades are $34.99 for two at CT (iirc) and the last sale at amazon in the past year was $26.24 so yeah its basically worth it. In a way NiMH is better then li ion, charge is longer but if its a quality battery it will still work years from now while the lithium will have lost most of its capacity and certainly won't last an hour of use.
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fattymccraigs wrote: Thanks OP. I already have one and I find it works quite well, but I left my charger in a hotel room like an idiot. I looked into it and a replacement charger costs about $45 USD, so it's more economical to just buy a new one.
I have forgotten things before after checking out from hotels/motels and if you call them they will send you the charger back. Once, I contacted them after couple of months and they found my charger ( for some other thing :) ) in their lost and found and I got it back...there is no harm in contacting them....
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loginn wrote: And costco one has one more comb
Yeah i did notice that as well, i mentioned it above... not sure how valuable that is for me... but it doesn't hurt to have more options if its already a better value anyway
Quentin5 wrote: Yeah, the blades are $34.99 for two at CT (iirc) and the last sale at amazon in the past year was $26.24 so yeah its basically worth it. In a way NiMH is better then li ion, charge is longer but if its a quality battery it will still work years from now while the lithium will have lost most of its capacity and certainly won't last an hour of use.
actually a device like this is likely where li-on would shine, it's not impacted by partial charges like ni-mh
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