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Philips Norelco Series 5100 Wet & Dry Men's Rechargeable Electric Shaver EXPIRED

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Target has Philips Norelco Series 5100 Wet & Dry Men's Rechargeable Electric Shaver (S5210/81) on sale for $34.99. Select free store pick up where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free with RedCard or orders $35 or more.

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I got the Costco version of this and hated it and returned it. Constantly pressing the power button by accident and it didn't shave close. Costco now carries a newer model which I'm totally happy with.
I got their 6540 model from Costco for $70 down from $90 a few months ago.
It has been OK not great
I have had different models of Norelco and Remington over the years
Remington products cut much better but different pieces failed - they kept giving me replacement razors, restarting the warranty each time, and so I ended up with 4 razors after buying one, and each one lasted close to a year before having a problem
BY contrast, the Norelco;s have lasted years, but they get slower and slower - batteries fatigue out and the cutters are expensive.
I have tried them at different price points and I cannot say that the more expensive ones are any better. They just have more gimmicky features. Given that, $35 is an excellent price for getting this model since it will include a fresh set of cutters - which cost just as much
Bought mine from cvs and it's not worth the money. Does not give a close enough shave.
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11-21-2022 at 12:37 PM.
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Tempted, but this has really bad reviews.
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Tempted, but this has really bad reviews.
4/5 on the site?
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11-21-2022 at 01:40 PM.
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I got the Costco version of this and hated it and returned it. Constantly pressing the power button by accident and it didn't shave close. Costco now carries a newer model which I'm totally happy with.
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Tempted, but this has really bad reviews.
Thanks for letting us know. Saves me time. Tye old man does not like this type of shaving head anyways. It's the least effective design.
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I got the Costco version of this and hated it and returned it. Constantly pressing the power button by accident and it didn't shave close. Costco now carries a newer model which I'm totally happy with.
Thanks for the firsthand report.
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4/5 on the site?
I got their 6540 model from Costco for $70 down from $90 a few months ago.
It has been OK not great
I have had different models of Norelco and Remington over the years
Remington products cut much better but different pieces failed - they kept giving me replacement razors, restarting the warranty each time, and so I ended up with 4 razors after buying one, and each one lasted close to a year before having a problem
BY contrast, the Norelco;s have lasted years, but they get slower and slower - batteries fatigue out and the cutters are expensive.
I have tried them at different price points and I cannot say that the more expensive ones are any better. They just have more gimmicky features. Given that, $35 is an excellent price for getting this model since it will include a fresh set of cutters - which cost just as much
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Bought mine from cvs and it's not worth the money. Does not give a close enough shave.
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I got the Costco version of this and hated it and returned it. Constantly pressing the power button by accident and it didn't shave close. Costco now carries a newer model which I'm totally happy with.
Do you mind sharing which one you got instead and how much you paid for it? Been looking for an electric razor that cut very close to substitutes for having to use razors
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11-21-2022 at 02:19 PM.
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Btw, suggest some good electric razors from your own experience, I am in the market for one as my old ( don't remember model) was lost during travel
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11-21-2022 at 02:20 PM.
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Best electric shaver I can buy? Around 120 or less?
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Do you mind sharing which one you got instead and how much you paid for it? Been looking for an electric razor that cut very close to substitutes for having to use razors
The new Costco one that I'm happy with is the Norelco 6600. It's currently on sale for $70 which is what I got it for a couple months back. (The one that I hated was the 6500) This 6600 is different design and different blades.
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11-21-2022 at 03:33 PM.
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Additional 5% discount with target red card
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11-21-2022 at 03:49 PM.
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I would never use anything but Spishak brand https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjAZnGeBcgg
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