Philips OneBlade Pro 360 Face Plus Body - Electric Beard Trimmer, Shaver and Razor, with 14-Length Comb and Click-On Skin Guard, Body Comb and Travel Case (Model QP6651/30)
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Further negatives include swapping the OneBlade itself, which can be fiddly and it feels like it could be easily broken, trampled or lost. But the shaving experience is good and this is the perfect trimmer for those wanting really sharp lines or elaborate beard designs. But using the Philips OneBlade Pro as a direct replacement for disposable shaving blades feels like the proper approach, as the blade itself is very good at getting nice and close to the skin without physically scraping or aggravating the surface. One positive thing to note here is that the trimmer’s slender profile makes the OneBlade 360 super comfortable to hold and easy to manoeuvre around your chops as well as any other body part.
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The blade easily reaches those tough areas and the small cutting edge is great for producing that clean, “looks like it was drawn on” perma-stubble that’s trendy amongst Love Island contestants and ageing garage MCs. After a week or so of using this Philips OneBlade Pro, I decided it is definitely more of a wet shave replacement device than a full-on beard trimmer. The adjustable comb that’s provided is too bulky and sort of spoils this trimmer’s USP, which is namely that it gives a really nice close shave without a lot of effort, nor the nasty cuts or rash associated with wet shaving. Philips offers something genuinely different with the OneBlade Pro, as its diminutive size and light weight make it feel more like a quality disposable razor than some of the unwieldy and overly bulky beard trimmers we have tried in the past.