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[Costco] Philip One Blade $39.99 (10 dollars off)

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Chandlerparsons wrote: What about trimming sensitive parts? Do you guys use this?
I shaved a few of my friends sensitive parts with this and it works really well.

It's always best to have someone else do it. Sometimes difficult to see and reach.
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MikuGirl wrote: I shaved a few of my friends sensitive parts with this and it works really well.

It's always best to have someone else do it. Sometimes difficult to see and reach.
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MikuGirl wrote: I shaved a few of my friends sensitive parts with this and it works really well.

It's always best to have someone else do it. Sometimes difficult to see and reach.
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MikuGirl wrote: I shaved a few of my friends sensitive parts with this and it works really well.

It's always best to have someone else do it. Sometimes difficult to see and reach.
Thanks... none of us can focus now!
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I don't know that this is practical (cost-wise, at least) as a replacement for razors.

However, I've found it to be a great tool for shaping the edges of my beard and any related blending - it's far more precise than larger trimmers. With that limited use, the blades last forever - my second blade is just getting a little dull two years after purchasing the package. One of the combs also no longer holds the head well.
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Anyone who downvotes this should be recognizing that as far as a "deal" on the product goes, this is fantastic (due to the 3 blades included in the Costco package). Whether you like the product or not is a different issue, and doesn't change the fact that this is a "deal" for those who do.

Your feedback or comments on the product (positive or negative) should be welcomed, but I don't think your dislike of the product should result in a downvote.
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MarcoDeals wrote: Tip: if you’re like me, you only shave in one direction (in my case I never use the “back” of the blade)...
So after a while you can flip it by carefully pulling the grips to the side... essentially doubling the blade’s lifespan
I have to make a YT video about it as I didn’t find one.
OK I need to see how to do this or a better written explanation.
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lorenzo1000 wrote: OK I need to see how to do this or a better written explanation.
I'll make a video and post here.. but in the meanwhile look at this picture: https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/Cv4AAOSw ... s-l300.jpg
There are two grey things that hold the blade in place (one on each side)... if you pull them sideways, from the center to the side of the blade.. you'll release the metal part. Do this carefully not to break the rubber that holds it.
Then you rotate the blade 180º and put it back together.

I hope it makes sense... it's hard to explain :/
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MarcoDeals wrote: I'll make a video and post here.. but in the meanwhile look at this picture: https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/Cv4AAOSw ... s-l300.jpg
There are two grey things that hold the blade in place (one on each side)... if you pull them sideways, from the center to the side of the blade.. you'll release the metal part. Do this carefully not to break the rubber that holds it.
Then you rotate the blade 180º and put it back together.

I hope it makes sense... it's hard to explain :/
i see what you mean...there's the gray pieces that connects to the blade that slides off to the outside once you can pull it off.

The tricky part is sliding them back on once you take them off while keeping the pin centred in the middle part.
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Great deal when you consider the extra blades in the pack.
I paid 15 for 1 replacement blade for my husbands razor. I might buy this so I have an extra razor in case his dies.
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