Philips Men's Hair Removal

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Philips Bodygroom Series 7000 TT2040/32

Latest review: I've had body groomers before but they never were brilliant but I am glad I tried again because this baby is awesome. The comb is really comfortable for clippering down the legs, rear, arms and

Philips Nosetrimmer Series 3000

Latest review: I use this infrequently. Battery driven, low yield , low torque needs to service a small area. The chances this will stuff up is 1 in never, Easy washable, low use device Has not failed yet

Philips AquaTouch S5050

Latest review: I have had several Philips rotary shavers over the last 50+ years, this one I am sad to say is a lemon. The S5050 replaced my previous 5000 series, so to compare: The cutters are about the same size,

Philips Series 9000 SensoTouch

Latest review: I have been using a Philips shaver for the last 50 + years and this S9000 series is the worst, most expensive shaver ever. It does not do anything except leaving a lot to be shaved. So don't waste

Philips Shaver Series 7000

Latest review: I agree with the comment that the newer the razor the poorer the quality . in saying that I still enjoy using the phillips SensoTouch 3d its a pity that the heads are so expensive to replace

Philips Shaver Series 1000

Latest review: After a full charge should be able to shave 10-13 times. It’s better than the shaver that I bought before, Relatively clean-shaven. Cleaning is also very convenient.--------------no more words e

Philips SW7700/67

Latest review: Best shaver i've had so far. NO SKIN IRRITATION!!!! easy to use, does exactly what its made to do. Cannot fault this product. Even bought another one to leave at partner's place for when i am

Philips Nosetrimmer Series 5000 NT5175/16

Latest review: I bought this product after trying different brands. I found this product to be extremely safe to operate and maintain. Might be slightly expensive but its worth it provided you can afford to be

Philips S9000 Prestige SB9860/13

Latest review: After almost 3 months of use, I am very confident to recommend this shaver. I used Braun Series 9 for a while before, personally I choose Philips S9000 Prestige one with 4 clear points: 1. Braun

Philips Shaver Series 5000

Latest review: After many years of using cartridge blade razors with shave oil, and with an extended overseas holiday coming up, I thought I'd treat myself to a battery-operated travel shaver. I've always had

Philips One Blade

Latest review: I wanted a razor which cuts pretty close to the skin with little chance of cutting my face and this one fits the bill perfectly. I use it to trim around my beard. It is great for getting awesome

Philips Stubble Trimmer QT4015/16

Latest review: Does the job really well and quite close if you are looking for the three-day growth look. I Can't understand the negative comments as I find it very easy to use and very effective. Had one for

Philips HC7450/80

Latest review: Good product. Good design. Good price. Firstly, I've got really thick and coarse hair. Normal $25 corded clippers are useless on my hair. The Philips cordless clippers went through my hair

Philips Styleshaver

Latest review: Shaver is easy to use, with great out the box features. Foil Shaver is a little basic, but does the job for a quick once over. Charging stand a little flimsy, but works as

Philips One Blade Pro

Latest review: After extensive research I deceived to fork out for this razor for a few reasons. Can shave wet or dry, the reviews that is pretty close to a real blade shave and the 3 month life of the blade. I’ve n

Philips Hair Clipper Series 5000 HC5440/15

Latest review: Easy to use and charge. Can use cordless or with 240v. Only has one adjustable head for changing lengths ( rather than multiple heads that tend to get lost o er time )which is easy to use. Goes to

Philips AquaTouch Wet and Dry S5400

Latest review: Firstly I'll state that my review might be a bit jaded as I was talked into this shaver over the one I intended to purchase in store, so not happy with myself for that happening either I guess. Also

Philips Norelco Series 7000 HC7452/40

Latest review: This is a good solid clipper. Teeth are titanium so they should really last and the length setting ranges from 2 to 24. The product is only manufactured for the USA so you will need an adaptor to

Philips S7710/26

Latest review: Shaver never completely removed beard or neck stubble. Followed Philips customer service suggestions (except upgrading to series 9000) but have returned shaver and reverted to HQ9190 for much better

Philips AquaTouch MultiPrecision S5420

Latest review: this is my first electric shaver after using razors for 20 years so i cant compare it with other electric shavers. after having it for 2 weeks. i found it is best used dry without shaving cream. it

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