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Phillips Shaver 1000 or multigroomer 5000 for $34.96

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[Walmart] Phillips Shaver 1000 or multigroomer 5000 for $34.96

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a bit late. In July the haircutting places reopen. Another shutdown is becoming less likely with vaccination rates ahead of schedule.
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Im clueless about electric shavers, but is that one any good? I shave about 1-2x/week
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Thanks bought one.

For the poster above, I don't see the 5000 always on sale for 35, sure it's been on sale before but sells out quickly. I missed the last sale
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evilYoda wrote: a bit late. In July the haircutting places reopen. Another shutdown is becoming less likely with vaccination rates ahead of schedule.
The products are for shaving and trimming, which most men do at home regardless of the lockdown...
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Broskah wrote: How's this for the Basketball And Hoop?
Only with one of the guards on, otherwise, RIP
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Broskah wrote: How's this for the Basketball And Hoop?
I would never recommend using an electric shaver for the 🥜‘a. Surround areas sure. But I would recommend a traditional razor (3/4 blade) for that region. I’ve heard to many order stories of skin being clipped with electric trimmers.
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Thanks OP, currently in the market for a new one since the mrs, for some inexplicable reason decided to use mine on the dog.
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mathewvc wrote: I would never recommend using an electric shaver for the 🥜‘a. Surround areas sure. But I would recommend a traditional razor (3/4 blade) for that region. I’ve heard to many order stories of skin being clipped with electric trimmers.
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mathewvc wrote: I would never recommend using an electric shaver for the 🥜‘a. Surround areas sure. But I would recommend a traditional razor (3/4 blade) for that region. I’ve heard to many order stories of skin being clipped with electric trimmers.
I use the Boddygrommer and no issues. I dont think the products in this post are for that use case.
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I'm looking for something to trim my beard, shave my neck and cut some lines. How close of a shave does this get? Am I better off with something more expensive?
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BabylonDown wrote: I'm looking for something to trim my beard, shave my neck and cut some lines. How close of a shave does this get? Am I better off with something more expensive?
i have 5000 series, i use it to trim my beard. it is close enough shave but it is not compared to blade
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IMO Every man should have a multigroomer + double edged razor.

Multigroomer is a quick way to limit pube-style beards and once a week or twice a month you can quickly do the edges of your hair so you don't get that werewolf thing on the back of your head that slowly makes its way downwards. Even better if you learn how to cut your own hair, but I understand that isn't for everyone and there's a lot of trial and error. As for the balls, often have to use a guard longer that you'd want then shave afterwards and perform some ritual so you don't get ingrowns.
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mathewvc wrote: I would never recommend using an electric shaver for the 🥜‘a. Surround areas sure. But I would recommend a traditional razor (3/4 blade) for that region. I’ve heard to many order stories of skin being clipped with electric trimmers.
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