Good for quick clean shave
Good for quick clean shave, great value however the change of the blade is every 3 month not more than that. good packaging
battery last long
if you want to shave near zero this is the best in the market
USB cable charger
The reviewer stated that an incentive was offered for this review
Very handy little shaver
Very good for a quick shave, but don't expect it to be as close as one of Philip's rotary models (or a blade for that matter.)
A bit messy if you dry shave 3+ days of stubble, but wet shaving prevents much of the mess.
Sounds a bit noisy compared to my rotary Philips (Sensotouch 3D RQ1260) but it's not objectionable at all.
Happy to recommend this product.
- One Blade QP2530/20
- Verified purchase
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 edges. It takes me about 1 minute with Philips One Blade. No cuts. No foam or gel required. Can see where I'm shaving. I love it.
Not quite what I expected
I bought this after seeing overseas reviews. It promised a good shave without cuts, and most importantly for me, no shaving bumps. Apparently electric shavers cause bumps. This product cuts close to the skin, but not as close as a blade or electric shaver. Therefore there is less skin irritation. Replacement blades are a bit pricey too, I got a twin pack as well. Bought everything from my local Shaver Shop. The salesperson did explain that this won't produce a really close shave, and is intended to be used every other day, not daily. I'm trying...various methods, such as wet shaving, shaving with foam, dry shaving, and shaving with oil. It's not super close, I can still feel stubble after using this, but hopefully it will eliminate my numerous shaving bumps. The shaver was $79, the blades were $39 for a twin pack or $25 for one.
Questions & Answers
Best close shave electronic razor?
No. It's not designed for a close shave. I've tried, spent ages, tbe best I could achieve was an acceptable look, which became stubble after a few hours. In my experience electric razors cannot achieve a consistent, close shave, it's just marketing hype. I've gone old school recently, the new old safety razo. Less ingrown hairs, less irritation, far cheaper, blades are a few cents. It's just a bit scary, not the kind of task you want to be performing when you're not quite awake. The Philips One Blade is quick and convenient, great if you're in a hurry and don't want a perfect close shave.
Hi there, thanks for sharing your experience with us. We're sorry to hear that you haven't been able to achieve the result you were looking for. As you might know, the OneBlade isn't designed for a clean shave. We recommend dedicated Philips Face Shavers for that. You can read more about it right here: https://www.philips.com.au/c-f/XC000002900/my-philips-oneblade-does-not-shave-as-close-as-i-expected. If anything else comes up, don't hesitate to contact us again.
The Philips Australia Team
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