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My husband has used philips shavers since his youth in the 60`s, and has had no trouble with his Philishave super 90 special, or his Philishave deluxe HP15(or6)02 both mains powered and sound like little ferraris, compared to this new high faluting washable mains one , in fact I can use a wet razor and shave my legs faster than this thing shaves my husband`s face, and Im 60.! Should they sound so weak when you use them? I`m beginning to think he should have stuck with his old ones and got new blades.
Solved the problem with the shaver, PhilipsHQ7300, "mains washable" took it back and went back to old ones, which when you use them seem to have the power to shave you and not sound like they are running on low battery, which as they are mains I cant understand alright they are reduced to 24 volts(for safety purposes if you wash them plugged in) but a cordless 18 volt drill sounds more powerful than the shaver I know they are 2 different things but surely a shaver should shave smooth and quick, I know things are progressing fast and the great selling point is for products "look how much time you save" but this shaver is not up to par with the older models and it certainly does not save time, so as we no longer have this item we have solved the problem thankyou
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
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