Philips Norelco Oneblade Hybrid Electric Trimmer and Shaver, Frustration Free Packaging, Qp2520/90 Price:  $29.95 (as of 26/11/2021 18:10 PM Details )

  • The Philips Norelco OneBlade is a revolutionary electrical grooming tool with technology designed for men who wear stubble, beards or facial hairstyles; OneBlade trims, shaves and shaves hair of any length
  • Replaceable OneBlade lasts up to 4 month (for the best shaving experience; Based on full 2 shaves per week; Actual results may vary)
  • Rechargeable OneBlade can trim, trim and shave hair of any length
  • The double double-sided blade for precise edges to align your style easier than ever before
  • Rechargeable OneBlade can trim, trim and shave any length of hair

Product Description


De Philips Norelco OneBlade is a revolutionary electric grooming tool with technology designed for men who wear facial styles, beards or stubble. OneBlade trims, shaves and shaves hair of any length. The unique OneBlade shaving technology integrates a fast-moving blade (200x per second) with a dual protection system for an efficient, comfortable shave on longer hairs. OneBlade doesn't shave too close, so your skin stays comfortable. Replaceable OneBlades last up to 4 months (for the best shaving experience. Based on 2 full shaves per week. Actual results may vary.) OneBlade comes with an 45-day risk-free trial and a full 2 year warranty. Includes 1 OneBlade, 1 handle, 3 trimming combs, 1 charger.

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.

The Philips single-blade shaver is so smart, convenient! and I bought a carrying case to keep them in, and I have a nice suggestion: find a home for your Philips shaver. Aluminum stand holder go and look at the ideas.‎ B099RWQD6F specially designed for Philips OneBlade QP2520/90 & QP263070. It can hold the razor upright to dry, which allows you to place the razor and easily grab the razor when shaving. 【Space Saving】: The safety razor holder with elegant appearance, small and exquisite, frees up the sink space, makes the sink and countertops look cleaner, neater and more organized. Provide another high-quality storage method for Philips OneBlade users.

Is it worth spending more 20+ dollars to get a pro version+charging stand. Any cheap replacement recommend?

Ok, the reason I'm still considering buying this vs the regular one I already have? The normal has an 45 min charge that takes 8 hours to recharge. The pro has a 1 hour charge with an 1 hour charge. Since I shave my head, face, and sometimes my body with these things, I can run through both handles before I'm done. But if I only had one, I'd really like the one that I can charge in an hour so I can wear it out and not have to wait LITERALLY ALL DAY to finish shaving. And I'll usually wait because the blades are bar - not THE best razors I've ever come across. Electric or otherwise.

Can you use on your sensitive areas

Guys just read the front page, Phillis recommends the QP2630 for sensitive areas, not the basics. If the QP2630 works, so does the PRO, it's all about using the bodyguards.

Alright guys, how well does it shave downstairs?

I agree with many of the other answers in that it is the best razor trimmer I've ever used downstairs. You DO have to pull your skin taut in certain areas or you will cut yourself. I've only just now done this experiment, so I don't know what the irritation level is when it starts to grow back, which has been the biggest deterrent to doing this in the past. If anyone has any feedback on how the regrowth process is in terms of irritation and itchiness, etc, please comment!

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?

You skim against the tide. You can go either way if you want. This is a great shaver as long as you don't expect a baby bottom close shave.

Can I use this on my shaft?

We wouldn't recommend it, Wil.

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

Hey! You should have no problem charging this shaver on your travels as long as the voltage of the outlet you plug into the outlet does not exceed 240V. The voltage for this particular 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?

Since there are no separate blades for face and body, no, no difference.

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

The only thing that has worked for me for years is a safety razor due to the coarseness of my facial hair and ingrown hair issues. I got this 2 weeks ago so I can shave between main shaves or extend the time until I need to use the safety razor. This shaver is one of a kind, it doesn't tug at all, it glides as you want so my skin doesn't get sensitive after shaving. Nothing comes as close as a safety razor, but this does a good job and doesn't cause any irritation as it doesn't pull on the hair. The shaving head is quite thin and simply guides the hair to the trimmer.

I use a blade on my head now. Will this give me same no stubble look on my dome?

You will get a small stubble, your razor will not get smooth! 😊