Philips Norelco Oneblade Face + Body Hybrid Electric Trimmer and Shaver, Black/green/silver, Qp2630/70

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  • Filips Norelco OneBlade Face plus Body is a revolutionary grooming tool with technology designed for face styling and body care; It can cut, trim and shave any length of hair
  • The unique OneBlade shaving technology integrates a fast moving blade (200x per second) with a dual protection system to give you both an efficient and comfortable shave, even on longer hair
  • Includes 2 blades (one for your face and one for your body), 4 stubble combs, 1 body comb and 1 skin guard for extra protection when shaving sensitive areas
  • Use it however you want: dry or wet, with or without foam, even in the shower
  • The rechargeable lithium -ion battery provides the power of wireless control without the hassle of a cord; 60 minutes of continuous use with each charge
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Style: OneBlade Face + Body

Philips Norelco OneBlade Face + Body moldings, edges and shaves every hair length. You get a blade for your face and one with a skinguard for your body. Forget about using multiple tools – OneBlade does it all. Care and cleaning: rinse.

Alright guys, how well does it shave downstairs?

Nice. But my bathroom is upstairs. I don't think performance will be hampered based on which floor you are shaving.

The charger is suitable for an electrical network of 220 volts?

Hello! You shouldn't have any problems charging this shaver during your trip, as long as the voltage of the socket to which you connect it does not exceed 240V. The voltage for this specific shaver is 100-240V.

Is there an actual difference between face blades and body blades or is it just recommended to use a separate blade for each?

Hello everyone, but one knife has the letters 'C02' and the other knife is 'C03' in the back. I mean the other side of the knife. If they are the same, why would Philips cut them differently? I'm really curious about it. Please let me know.

Does this include a hair catcher?

Hello! Philips Norelco OneBlade is not supplied as a vacuum trimmer that catches the hair.

Is it water proof?

It is, but the general problem is that it will not irritate your skin.

can you get attachments only for this shaver? ie. the different length guards equivalent to clippers #!, #2 and #3 attachments?

It comes with some attachments, but it's best to email the manufacturer for better answers. Happy Thanksgiving!

I have a lot of body hair on my back, shoulders and chest. Does it work well for those places? How close does it trim?

It shaves without burning the razor, but not as close as a razor. My face feels like a very fine sandpaper after shaving. Still my favorite way to shave!

can you use it in the shower?

I think so, but it's best to contact the manufacturer directly.

Does anyone know if the charger of the shaving device comes with an adapter for voltage purposes?

If you mean for different countries, no. It only came with a plug for the US.

Has anyone used it on their pubes yet because the Philips associate said it can't be used on pubes because it may be a bit dangerous.

Not good in groin area or underarm (at least a petite underarm-female)... This blade is fantastic but must be flat against the skin- so face & larger body areas it works GREAT, but I of course had to TRY bikini area & the angles are just too tight to keep it mostly flat, hence it will draw blood. Had hoped to only need 1 kind of shaver, BUT this shaver still works so great for other areas that it's worth keeping.

Can you use on your sensitive areas

I would recommend using at least the 1mm blade guard. It caught the skin the very first time I tried without a blade guard, but as soon as I put on the 1mm guard, everything was fine.

Commercials show people dryshaving against the grain. Is this really capable of that and a total shave or is this best as just a "trim" tool?

Yes, if your military keep on in your locker or glove compartment. Just don't press hard because you'll cut yourself or break the razor. This has saved my ass many times when burning the midnight oil and didn't buy new blades for my razor and wanted to avoid getting rash, razor burn and ingrown hair because of a old blade. I have sensitive skin and shaving wet with this blade cuts close with little bit pressure but I develop a rash. So I dry shave after pt just incase they do a inspection. This saved me many times and only once I got a comment to replace the blade on my razor, lol.

Is this worth paying the extra money over the regular oneblade? Will this one provide a closer shave than the regular oneblade?

If you have a beard that needs trimming, the pro version offers a beard trimmer with far more length adjustments (14) than the standard version (4).

I have very coarse facial hair due to many years of shaving...does it pull or slide?

Yes, it pulls a lot. I just got my one blade last week. The first shave I tried on my cheeks and it was just ok. It required a few passes. The second shave I tried on my beard, which is short. It pulled the entire time. It was yanking hairs out instead of shaving them.

Can I use this on my shaft?

We would not suggest it, Wil.

What are the weight and dimensions of the Philips Norelco Oneblade Pro?

The official answer is wrong, I don't know where they got that weight from. I just bought the pro; the razor with a blade on it is 105 grams (3.7 oz). The adjustable head adds 18 g (.6 oz). For comparison, the weight of the original oneblade seems to be 97g, based off another review: https://www.toolsofmen.com/oneblade-review/#Weight_and_size_of_the_OneBlade_compared_to_other_razors

Commercials show people dryshaving against the grain. Is this really capable of that and a total shave or is this best as just a "trim" tool?

Yes, if your military keep on in your locker or glove compartment. Just don't press hard because you'll cut yourself or break the razor. This has saved my ass many times when burning the midnight oil and didn't buy new blades for my razor and wanted to avoid getting rash, razor burn and ingrown hair because of a old blade. I have sensitive skin and shaving wet with this blade cuts close with little bit pressure but I develop a rash. So I dry shave after pt just incase they do a inspection. This saved me many times and only once I got a comment to replace the blade on my razor, lol.

Commercials show people dryshaving against the grain. Is this really capable of that and a total shave or is this best as just a "trim" tool?

Yes, if your military keep on in your locker or glove compartment. Just don't press hard because you'll cut yourself or break the razor. This has saved my ass many times when burning the midnight oil and didn't buy new blades for my razor and wanted to avoid getting rash, razor burn and ingrown hair because of a old blade. I have sensitive skin and shaving wet with this blade cuts close with little bit pressure but I develop a rash. So I dry shave after pt just incase they do a inspection. This saved me many times and only once I got a comment to replace the blade on my razor, lol.

Commercials show people dryshaving against the grain. Is this really capable of that and a total shave or is this best as just a "trim" tool?

Yes, if your military keep on in your locker or glove compartment. Just don't press hard because you'll cut yourself or break the razor. This has saved my ass many times when burning the midnight oil and didn't buy new blades for my razor and wanted to avoid getting rash, razor burn and ingrown hair because of a old blade. I have sensitive skin and shaving wet with this blade cuts close with little bit pressure but I develop a rash. So I dry shave after pt just incase they do a inspection. This saved me many times and only once I got a comment to replace the blade on my razor, lol.

Commercials show people dryshaving against the grain. Is this really capable of that and a total shave or is this best as just a "trim" tool?

Yes, if your military keep on in your locker or glove compartment. Just don't press hard because you'll cut yourself or break the razor. This has saved my ass many times when burning the midnight oil and didn't buy new blades for my razor and wanted to avoid getting rash, razor burn and ingrown hair because of a old blade. I have sensitive skin and shaving wet with this blade cuts close with little bit pressure but I develop a rash. So I dry shave after pt just incase they do a inspection. This saved me many times and only once I got a comment to replace the blade on my razor, lol.

Commercials show people dryshaving against the grain. Is this really capable of that and a total shave or is this best as just a "trim" tool?

Yes, if your military keep on in your locker or glove compartment. Just don't press hard because you'll cut yourself or break the razor. This has saved my ass many times when burning the midnight oil and didn't buy new blades for my razor and wanted to avoid getting rash, razor burn and ingrown hair because of a old blade. I have sensitive skin and shaving wet with this blade cuts close with little bit pressure but I develop a rash. So I dry shave after pt just incase they do a inspection. This saved me many times and only once I got a comment to replace the blade on my razor, lol.

Commercials show people dryshaving against the grain. Is this really capable of that and a total shave or is this best as just a "trim" tool?

Yes, if your military keep on in your locker or glove compartment. Just don't press hard because you'll cut yourself or break the razor. This has saved my ass many times when burning the midnight oil and didn't buy new blades for my razor and wanted to avoid getting rash, razor burn and ingrown hair because of a old blade. I have sensitive skin and shaving wet with this blade cuts close with little bit pressure but I develop a rash. So I dry shave after pt just incase they do a inspection. This saved me many times and only once I got a comment to replace the blade on my razor, lol.

Commercials show people dryshaving against the grain. Is this really capable of that and a total shave or is this best as just a "trim" tool?

Yes, if your military keep on in your locker or glove compartment. Just don't press hard because you'll cut yourself or break the razor. This has saved my ass many times when burning the midnight oil and didn't buy new blades for my razor and wanted to avoid getting rash, razor burn and ingrown hair because of a old blade. I have sensitive skin and shaving wet with this blade cuts close with little bit pressure but I develop a rash. So I dry shave after pt just incase they do a inspection. This saved me many times and only once I got a comment to replace the blade on my razor, lol.

Commercials show people dryshaving against the grain. Is this really capable of that and a total shave or is this best as just a "trim" tool?

Yes, if your military keep on in your locker or glove compartment. Just don't press hard because you'll cut yourself or break the razor. This has saved my ass many times when burning the midnight oil and didn't buy new blades for my razor and wanted to avoid getting rash, razor burn and ingrown hair because of a old blade. I have sensitive skin and shaving wet with this blade cuts close with little bit pressure but I develop a rash. So I dry shave after pt just incase they do a inspection. This saved me many times and only once I got a comment to replace the blade on my razor, lol.

Commercials show people dryshaving against the grain. Is this really capable of that and a total shave or is this best as just a "trim" tool?

Yes, if your military keep on in your locker or glove compartment. Just don't press hard because you'll cut yourself or break the razor. This has saved my ass many times when burning the midnight oil and didn't buy new blades for my razor and wanted to avoid getting rash, razor burn and ingrown hair because of a old blade. I have sensitive skin and shaving wet with this blade cuts close with little bit pressure but I develop a rash. So I dry shave after pt just incase they do a inspection. This saved me many times and only once I got a comment to replace the blade on my razor, lol.

Commercials show people dryshaving against the grain. Is this really capable of that and a total shave or is this best as just a "trim" tool?

Yes, if your military keep on in your locker or glove compartment. Just don't press hard because you'll cut yourself or break the razor. This has saved my ass many times when burning the midnight oil and didn't buy new blades for my razor and wanted to avoid getting rash, razor burn and ingrown hair because of a old blade. I have sensitive skin and shaving wet with this blade cuts close with little bit pressure but I develop a rash. So I dry shave after pt just incase they do a inspection. This saved me many times and only once I got a comment to replace the blade on my razor, lol.

Commercials show people dryshaving against the grain. Is this really capable of that and a total shave or is this best as just a "trim" tool?

Yes, if your military keep on in your locker or glove compartment. Just don't press hard because you'll cut yourself or break the razor. This has saved my ass many times when burning the midnight oil and didn't buy new blades for my razor and wanted to avoid getting rash, razor burn and ingrown hair because of a old blade. I have sensitive skin and shaving wet with this blade cuts close with little bit pressure but I develop a rash. So I dry shave after pt just incase they do a inspection. This saved me many times and only once I got a comment to replace the blade on my razor, lol.

Commercials show people dryshaving against the grain. Is this really capable of that and a total shave or is this best as just a "trim" tool?

Yes, if your military keep on in your locker or glove compartment. Just don't press hard because you'll cut yourself or break the razor. This has saved my ass many times when burning the midnight oil and didn't buy new blades for my razor and wanted to avoid getting rash, razor burn and ingrown hair because of a old blade. I have sensitive skin and shaving wet with this blade cuts close with little bit pressure but I develop a rash. So I dry shave after pt just incase they do a inspection. This saved me many times and only once I got a comment to replace the blade on my razor, lol.