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Promoted 09-20-2016 by qwikwit at 10:57 AM View Original Post
Amazon has Philips Norelco 3500 Shaver (PT730/41) on sale for $34.99. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $49+. Thanks giveNforgive


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Philips Norelco PT730/41 Shaver 3500 [amazon.com] = $35 with FS for Prime (normally $50)

About the Product
DualPrecision heads are designed with slots and holes to quickly and comfortably shave both long and short hair
Flex & Float System follows the many contours of your face to catch more hair
Integrated pop-up trimmer is perfect for sideburns and moustache
A great gift, the shaver has Lithium-ion battery power with up to 45 minutes of shaving after an 8 an hour charge
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Great buy! - I bought this after a ton of research a few years ago and really like it. Can't go wrong for $35.
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Bought it for $30 before but still good price. In for 2 thanks!
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Bought it for $30 before but still good price. In for 2 thanks!
In for two? Two face?
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In for two? Two face?
I got a large face. Nah. For gifts
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Bought it for $30 before but still good price. In for 2 thanks!
when was it $30?
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how's this for tight and curly African type hair? might be a good gift?
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These 3 head Philips rotary razors are a really horrible shave. Takes 10 minutes of rubbing your face raw to maybe shave down to a 5'oclock shadow. If you want something cheap you can get a better shave with their travel 2 head (PQ208). The small size and lack of the largely redundant head makes it easier to get a good angle on problem areas. Otherwise if you want electric, get a well reviewed foil, vastly superior shave.
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when was it $30?
Dec 2012
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I'm still using a $24 noreIco 7110x rotary since 2007 that I bought from Amazon. Before that I used those noreIco coolskin 7775x shavers that cost around $100 each even with diligent care they would last me a year at most and die. I went through like 3 or 4 of those total waste of money
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I still have a Philips Norelco 7310XL (basically the same model) from 10 years ago that works perfectly fine. I love how the trimmer is built-in instead of requiring me to attach a separate trimmer.

Edit: The replacement blades are currently $27 on Amazon, so the price difference isn't that much different. Also, my 7310XL model completely different from Philips' current 7300-series. They've made a mess renaming all their series.
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Last edited by NatePuppy September 20, 2016 at 12:27 PM
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I bought this model 4 years ago from Amazon for $29. No complaints here and I am still using the original head.

I probably need to buy a new head, but it still works pretty well.
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