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Philips has 2-Count Philips Norelco OneBlade Replacement Shaver Blade (QP220/80) on sale for $14.95 when sign up Philips Promotional Communications Email offer and exchange receive a unique $10 Off promotional code for this purchase or when you follow the instructions listed below. Shipping is free.

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OneBlade 2-pack replacement blades $10 off 2-pack with signup email promo code. Free shipping

Scroll to bottom of page sign up for the promo at the very bottom of the page. Promo will be emailed to you, once you receive the email will have many discounts in the email with promo codes. Some may be for 15% off but the $10 off the 2-blade promo was at the bottom of the email I received.

To order select one time purchase not subscribe, select the 2-blade pack and it is $24.99.

After promo it is $14.99 free shipping

This deal has been around for a while but shows expired form the last time I shared it, also other deals have been posted since for some more than this price so figured I would re-share

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The order could not be created due to error with the voucher(s), please contact call center for details.
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I got the code and followede your instructions....price w/code was $21.21 not $15 as indicated. Didnt buy

Those dirty dogs probably purposefully added an unannounced 15% at the start of the email knowing we would just look at are email long enough to scoop up the first code we see then cave and buy for $21.21 at checkout..

Lower in the email is a second $10 off code. As said before, the good thing is you can buy multiple blades for $15 each.

I think these things are great. I don't use them to shave off my whole beard. When I do that I use a wicked slant bar razor.

I use this because most of the time I wear a short beard and use this on lower neck, top area over lip and around cheeks. Then I cover same areas with a andis profoil. The profoil is then undertaxed and does extra great job, keeps sharpness period for long time, and just lasts longer.

This OneBlade is the only not-professional tool I use. I use it with other razors to get a great shave while puting in lazy, low effort, and never cutting myself with a sharp instrument.

OneBlade + Profoil = smooth skin areas around beard, fast shave, and cheap expense in long term because blades are not taxed. All tools have longer window where blades are sharp.
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The code works but when I click pay on either Visa or AMEX it says this now: The order could not be created due to error with the voucher(s), please contact call center for details.

Is there supposed to be a place to enter your credit card info when you click pay? Or after you click pay is it supposed to take you to another page to enter your CC info? Very weird checkout page...
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Can only buy from other retailers now. Code isn't any good anymore. UPDATE: I tried again a little while later and I was able to place the order with the $10.00 discount. 👍🏻
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Not really seeing the reason for this. Personally I'd just get a Wahl trimmer and a personal razor and you should be GTG. There's a lot of good reviews on this Kemei rechargeable trimmer (model 1986): https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

Here's a video review of this trimmer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=000g4aKbNBw

In terms of shaving razors do yourself a favor and learn to do what actual barbers do (wet shave). Watch some videos on how to do the "3-pass technique" and you'll have an excellent shave every time. The wet shave technique is especially useful for people with sensitive skin The best wet/safety razors to purchase when learning how to wetshave is a Merkur 34C or an Edwin Jagger. After you feel comfortable with wet shaving you can get a fancier more expensive razor or look into getting a nice vintage one. You'll also need razors (I personally like Astra's made in Isreal; you can get a box of 300 razors on Amazon for $25), a shaving bowl and brush and decent shaving cream (I like the shaving creams sold by https://www.wettheface.com/)

It is a little bit of investment up front for the safety razor, razors, brush, bowl and shaving cream but shaving this way leaves you with a baby smooth shave (BSS) every time and in the long run is much less expensive then going with these modern products with super expensive razors that aren't all that sharp to begin with.
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Not really seeing the reason for this. Personally I'd just get a Wahl trimmer and a personal razor and you should be GTG. There's a lot of good reviews on this Kemei rechargeable trimmer (model 1986): https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

Here's a video review of this trimmer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=000g4aKbNBw

In terms of shaving razors do yourself a favor and learn to do what actual barbers do (wet shave). Watch some videos on how to do the "3-pass technique" and you'll have an excellent shave every time. The wet shave technique is especially useful for people with sensitive skin The best wet/safety razors to purchase when learning how to wetshave is a Merkur 34C or an Edwin Jagger. After you feel comfortable with wet shaving you can get a fancier more expensive razor or look into getting a nice vintage one. You'll also need razors (I personally like Astra's made in Isreal; you can get a box of 300 razors on Amazon for $25), a shaving bowl and brush and decent shaving cream (I like the shaving creams sold by https://www.wettheface.com/)

It is a little bit of investment up front for the safety razor, razors, brush, bowl and shaving cream but shaving this way leaves you with a baby smooth shave (BSS) every time and in the long run is much less expensive then going with these modern products with super expensive razors that aren't all that sharp to begin with.
Very detailed opinionated quote over a razor,
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Quote from smithmal :
Not really seeing the reason for this. Personally I'd just get a Wahl trimmer and a personal razor and you should be GTG. There's a lot of good reviews on this Kemei rechargeable trimmer (model 1986): https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 [amazon.com]

Here's a video review of this trimmer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=000g4aKbNBw

In terms of shaving razors do yourself a favor and learn to do what actual barbers do (wet shave). Watch some videos on how to do the "3-pass technique" and you'll have an excellent shave every time. The wet shave technique is especially useful for people with sensitive skin The best wet/safety razors to purchase when learning how to wetshave is a Merkur 34C or an Edwin Jagger. After you feel comfortable with wet shaving you can get a fancier more expensive razor or look into getting a nice vintage one. You'll also need razors (I personally like Astra's made in Isreal; you can get a box of 300 razors on Amazon for $25), a shaving bowl and brush and decent shaving cream (I like the shaving creams sold by https://www.wettheface.com/)

It is a little bit of investment up front for the safety razor, razors, brush, bowl and shaving cream but shaving this way leaves you with a baby smooth shave (BSS) every time and in the long run is much less expensive then going with these modern products with super expensive razors that aren't all that sharp to begin with.
I go back a forth between Israeli Personas and Japanese Feathers. Do you have any experience with the small razor (I think it's made by Merkur) expressly for handling the space between upper lip and nostrils?
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Can't get the $10.00 off code to work no matter what. Cleared cookies, cache, etc. Still not valid. I gave up.

Nice deal for those who got it.
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worked for me. thanks
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I go back a forth between Israeli Personas and Japanese Feathers. Do you have any experience with the small razor (I think it's made by Merkur) expressly for handling the space between upper lip and nostrils?
Japanese Feathers are ninja level sharp so I haven't tried them as it increases your risk of a nick. I think if you've got really thick beard hair maybe the Feather's are the way to go but my facial hair is relatively thin and doesn't grow that fast so using super sharp blades are unnecessary. I've tried Isreali Personas and I know they are "all the rage" but I personally feel like I get a better shave with the Astras as they seem sharper out of the box for me and last a little longer. My recollection is that there are "blue" Persona blades and "red" ones and I can't remember which one are considered better.

In terms of access to the area between the 'stach and nostrils I guess that all depends on the safety razor you use. As I mentioned above I first used the Merkur 34c as my training razor with a Tweezerman Shaving brush and some Proraso shaving cream (all three can be ordered on Amazon and they are relatively inexpensive and are considered quality inexpensive items to reach for first to see if you enjoy wet shaving before dropping serious coin on it).

I enjoyed learning the wet shave technique using the Merkur 34c but then moved on to a vintage Gilette Slim Adjustable razor (circa 1965; model K-1; pic here [shopify.com]). I really like the weight, size, handle knarlings and all-in one adustable mechanism with this razor. I keep it @ a level 5 which is medium shave aggression. I haven't had too many issues with getting access between the nostil-stache area using Astra blades with this Gillette razor.

My "weapons of choice" for shaving include:

1. Gillette 1965 Slim K-1 - ordered on Ebay (there's one on ebay now for $40.00 in good condition)
2. Astra Premium razor blades (box of 300 for $25; I usually swap in a new blade every 1 to 2 weeks) - Amazon [amazon.com]
3. Parker Silvertip Badger Shaving brush - Amazon [amazon.com]
4. Turkish Shaving Bowl (lightweight, easy to handle, indestructible with indentions inside the bowl which allow for quick shaving foam creation) - Amazon [amazon.com]
5. WCS Razor and Brush Stand - West Coast Shaving [westcoastshaving.com]
6. Shaving creams - I've tried dozens and prefer soaps from WetOnFace.com or Uncle JonsSoap.com for their lathering ability and lubrication they provide allowing the blade to easily glide across the face when shaving (both of which are consider "Artisan" soap makers).
7. Aftershave - tried many, the one that makes my skin feel the best will little smell (I can add cologne later if I want) is Thayer's Rose Petal Witch Hazel (which sounds a little feminem but it really does a great job making my skin feel great after a close shave - Amazon [amazon.com]

Shaving is should be considered one of man's "little delights" and should be a time to relax and enjoy the experience before starting a work day. I've been doing it for 10+ years and at this point shaving takes a couple of minutes (which is maybe a little slower than the typical one pass shave using a Mach "whatever" razor but the closeness of the shave and the experience is much more pleasant when wet shaving (to me at least). There are litterly hundreds of YT videos of guys selfie shaving and providing feedback on the razor, blade, shaving cream and aftershave. I'm not that "into" shaving but if you want feedback, it's there to be had.

The best place to learn all about wet shaving is by registering @ badgerandblade.com forum. Lot's of great information and teaching threads are located there.
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Was able to make 2 orders. Using 10 minute mail and ordered using my own email. Thank you
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this is a pretty good product. be careful, the heads are pretty fragile
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Can only buy from other retailers now. Code isn't any good anymore. UPDATE: I tried again a little while later and I was able to place the order with the $10.00 discount. 👍🏻
how I get the $10 off?? the only code I have is for 15% off.
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Japanese Feathers are ninja level sharp so I haven't tried them as it increases your risk of a nick. I think if you've got really thick beard hair maybe the Feather's are the way to go but my facial hair is relatively thin and doesn't grow that fast so using super sharp blades are unnecessary. I've tried Isreali Personas and I know they are "all the rage" but I personally feel like I get a better shave with the Astras as they seem sharper out of the box for me and last a little longer. My recollection is that there are "blue" Persona blades and "red" ones and I can't remember which one are considered better.

In terms of access to the area between the 'stach and nostrils I guess that all depends on the safety razor you use. As I mentioned above I first used the Merkur 34c as my training razor with a Tweezerman Shaving brush and some Proraso shaving cream (all three can be ordered on Amazon and they are relatively inexpensive and are considered quality inexpensive items to reach for first to see if you enjoy wet shaving before dropping serious coin on it).

I enjoyed learning the wet shave technique using the Merkur 34c but then moved on to a vintage Gilette Slim Adjustable razor (circa 1965; model K-1; pic here [shopify.com]). I really like the weight, size, handle knarlings and all-in one adustable mechanism with this razor. I keep it @ a level 5 which is medium shave aggression. I haven't had too many issues with getting access between the nostil-stache area using Astra blades with this Gillette razor.

My "weapons of choice" for shaving include:

1. Gillette 1965 Slim K-1 - ordered on Ebay (there's one on ebay now for $40.00 in good condition)
2. Astra Premium razor blades (box of 300 for $25; I usually swap in a new blade every 1 to 2 weeks) - Amazon [amazon.com]
3. Parker Silvertip Badger Shaving brush - Amazon [amazon.com]
4. Turkish Shaving Bowl (lightweight, easy to handle, indestructible with indentions inside the bowl which allow for quick shaving foam creation) - Amazon [amazon.com]
5. WCS Razor and Brush Stand - West Coast Shaving [westcoastshaving.com]
6. Shaving creams - I've tried dozens and prefer soaps from WetOnFace.com or Uncle JonsSoap.com for their lathering ability and lubrication they provide allowing the blade to easily glide across the face when shaving (both of which are consider "Artisan" soap makers).
7. Aftershave - tried many, the one that makes my skin feel the best will little smell (I can add cologne later if I want) is Thayer's Rose Petal Witch Hazel (which sounds a little feminem but it really does a great job making my skin feel great after a close shave - Amazon [amazon.com]

Shaving is should be considered one of man's "little delights" and should be a time to relax and enjoy the experience before starting a work day. I've been doing it for 10+ years and at this point shaving takes a couple of minutes (which is maybe a little slower than the typical one pass shave using a Mach "whatever" razor but the closeness of the shave and the experience is much more pleasant when wet shaving (to me at least). There are litterly hundreds of YT videos of guys selfie shaving and providing feedback on the razor, blade, shaving cream and aftershave. I'm not that "into" shaving but if you want feedback, it's there to be had.

The best place to learn all about wet shaving is by registering @ badgerandblade.com forum. Lot's of great information and teaching threads are located there.
I tried to get into that type of shaving a few years ago. Watched the videos, tried lots of razors and blades, but I always got incredibly irritated skin no matter what. I still get the best shaves with a Hydro 3 or 5 razor with no irritation.

Believe me, as much of a Slickdealer that I am and love saving money, the Hydros are best for me. All the wet shaving fanboys jumped me and said I didn't do it right, but there's no way I screwed up taking as much time as I did.

I'm really glad it works for you guys, but it doesn't for me.
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I use my oneblade just for some touch ups and a quick zip once in a while when I haven't gotten around to a proper shave. I guess now that I've had it for three or four years I should try putting a new blade on to see if I notice any difference …
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