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There have always been several versions/models of OneBlade shavers.

There are enough model numbers that they even have several 'series', with multiple model numbers in each of the series.

OneBlade (MSRP of ~ $35) & OneBlade Pro (MSRP of ~ $80) are intended for your face.

OneBlade Face+Body (MSRP of ~ $50) is intended for… you guessed it… face & body.

QP2520/xx (where xx usually = 70) is the 'regular' (greenish-yellow) OG 'OneBlade' that you can usually score at Walmart, Target, Walgreens, and Amazon for ~ $35.

The QP26xx series (such as QP2630) are OneBlade Face + Body).

The QP65xx series (such as QP6520) are things like the OneBlade Pro, or Face Pro.

The QP66xx series (such as the QP6620/72 that I bought at Costco) are the Face + Body Pro.

I don't *think* it's inventory clearance because a newer model is coming out, because BestBuy and Costco run pretty decent sales on these fairly frequently.

That said, if there *is* a newer model coming out in any of these series, I'd be interested in knowing exactly which one. I have, like, four or five of these things. Smilie
If we're being adults about things, this gets pubes in all areas very well.. in fact I tend to not even look and hope for the best and it usually does a great job after the bleeding stops ofc.
I've been using the regular oneblade for over a year now. I retired my razor and solely use this now. No razor burn, no more buying shaving cream, no more expensive gillette blades. It's quick and easy. I'd recommend everyone give this a try. It's the only thing I use now for shaving needs.

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Looks like inventory clearance since there's a newer version out

Edit: QP6550/70 is the new version it seems
One can check out a review by "linksys" on BB
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Looks like inventory clearance since there's a newer version out
Which one is the newer version ?
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There have always been several versions/models of OneBlade shavers.

There are enough model numbers that they even have several 'series', with multiple model numbers in each of the series.

OneBlade (MSRP of ~ $35) & OneBlade Pro (MSRP of ~ $80) are intended for your face.

OneBlade Face+Body (MSRP of ~ $50) is intended for… you guessed it… face & body.

QP2520/xx (where xx usually = 70) is the 'regular' (greenish-yellow) OG 'OneBlade' that you can usually score at Walmart, Target, Walgreens, and Amazon for ~ $35.

The QP26xx series (such as QP2630) are OneBlade Face + Body).

The QP65xx series (such as QP6520) are things like the OneBlade Pro, or Face Pro.

The QP66xx series (such as the QP6620/72 that I bought at Costco) are the Face + Body Pro.

I don't *think* it's inventory clearance because a newer model is coming out, because BestBuy and Costco run pretty decent sales on these fairly frequently.

That said, if there *is* a newer model coming out in any of these series, I'd be interested in knowing exactly which one. I have, like, four or five of these things. Smilie
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Anybody have this? Trusted brand, but I want one thats going to hold up to beard scruff for at least a few years.
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Anybody have this? Trusted brand, but I want one thats going to hold up to beard scruff for at least a few years.
I'm curious about this, too. I need to replace a different trimmer.

The data says the blades last for 4 months, so I take it they have to be replaced like shavers vs self-sharpening trimmers? The trimmer itself says .4 to 10mm - so it can't be too "long" of a beard if the largest setting is under 1/2"???
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I'm curious about this, too. I need to replace a different trimmer.

The data says the blades last for 4 months, so I take it they have to be replaced like shavers vs self-sharpening trimmers? The trimmer itself says .4 to 10mm - so it can't be too "long" of a beard if the largest setting is under 1/2"???
Four months?
Good luck.
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Anybody have this? Trusted brand, but I want one thats going to hold up to beard scruff for at least a few years.
I've been using the regular oneblade for over a year now. I retired my razor and solely use this now. No razor burn, no more buying shaving cream, no more expensive gillette blades. It's quick and easy. I'd recommend everyone give this a try. It's the only thing I use now for shaving needs.
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I'm curious about this, too. I need to replace a different trimmer.

The data says the blades last for 4 months, so I take it they have to be replaced like shavers vs self-sharpening trimmers? The trimmer itself says .4 to 10mm - so it can't be too "long" of a beard if the largest setting is under 1/2"???
4 months is definitely a stretch, even for someone that doesn't need to shave every day like myself. I would say a couple of months at most is more like it.
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If we're being adults about things, this gets pubes in all areas very well.. in fact I tend to not even look and hope for the best and it usually does a great job after the bleeding stops ofc.
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Giving this a try. Have several Norelco products that have been very good. I am fulltime work at home now so I need something that replaces a traditional razor from a pragmatic standpoint.
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4 months is definitely a stretch, even for someone that doesn't need to shave every day like myself. I would say a couple of months at most is more like it.
Mine have never lasted more than a month and I don't use every day. That said, my facial hair is pretty thick.

I will say that for detailing, sideburns, lining up beard, etc, I love the original green oneblade. It's main benefit is it's small size. It allows for great visibility. As for this model....I'm not sure why someone would use disposable (pricey) blades for beard trimming, when there are a million other permanent options.

I really wish they'd make one in the same form factor as the green oneblade with premium self-sharpening blades.
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I use the One Blade for my face and body and only use my razor when I need to do a really close shave.

If you want to use it as your main razor, it's not as close of a shave as my Mach 5. If you're in the military, this is nice to use if you get five o'clock shadow during the day and doesn't cause irritation for me.

I also use it to trim my body and beard. I love this thing tbh and hardly use my old razor anymore. 4 mos of use per cartridge sounds about right to me.
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Quote from dshepard05 :
4 months is definitely a stretch, even for someone that doesn't need to shave every day like myself. I would say a couple of months at most is more like it.
I disagree, i don't shave often and the oneblade lasted me about a year.. Lol. And i absolutely love it! I'm more than likely getting this one.
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