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Philips Norelco Stainless Steel All-in-One Trimmer - $39.99 @ Costco

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Costco has $15 off the mg 7000 today through October 19. A few dollars cheaper than the popular deal last week (https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/fp/591542)

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Costco has the Philips Norelco Stainless Steel All-in-One Trimmer (MG 7000 Series) for $54.99 - $15.00 = $39.99.

Costco Members only, shipping and handling included.

https://www.costco.com/philips-no...77354.html
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Last edited by jersharocks September 24, 2020 at 10:02 AM.
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Good deal on this. Missed it last year, jumped in on it today.
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Last edited by Bush438 September 24, 2020 at 09:20 AM.
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Anyone have any experience with this (the model from Costco) and the one vs non-costco version?

Couldn't find much differences in videos besides the aesthetics, more stainless steel on the Costco version.
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is this available in warehouse?
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FYI - do not get these wet, whatever the manual says. Use a baby hair brush and brush the hair out. I have had two units , one rinsed under the sink and the other in the shower (not the whole unit just the top and aimed downward) and water still found its way inside the outer metal housing and the purportedly sealed inner housing. This obviously kills the crab. They replaced one under warranty but despite trying to baby it, the same thing happened.
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is this available in warehouse?
I believe it is online only.
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I've had mine for about a year and it doesn't hold a charge anymore
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I've had mine for about a year and it doesn't hold a charge anymore
Follow their Return policy and buy this one again
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FYI - do not get these wet, whatever the manual says. Use a baby hair brush and brush the hair out. I have had two units , one rinsed under the sink and the other in the shower (not the whole unit just the top and aimed downward) and water still found its way inside the outer metal housing and the purportedly sealed inner housing. This obviously kills the crab. They replaced one under warranty but despite trying to baby it, the same thing happened.
That's weird I always get mine wet to rinse it.

Also these are hard to clean.
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This doesnt seem it would cut good doing line ups and trimmer? Like get down to #0 gap cut.
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In for 1 what the heck its $40 and replace my existing older one that works fine
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That's weird I always get mine wet to rinse it.

Also these are hard to clean.
Just ordered one. I use a medium toothbrush to clean my Wahl razor then oil. I don't think these Phillips Norelco trimmers use oil though. Why are they so hard to clean?
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How come no one buying on this deal?
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How come no one buying on this deal?
Have been wondering the same - Was Frontpage/Hot deal in April....
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