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Got it for £30 couple days ago :) must say it's one of the best one's I ever had. Very sharp and very close trimming, nice design and color. Used to have a Remington trimmer barba 320c, also babyliss 7850u. But this can't be compared to the other models. Thanks to Philips ;) Dan
Having researched the net for Panasonic razor spares I came across this site. The site was very easy to negotiate and also had the lowest price with free delivery. I placed my order at about 10 00 one day and I received it in the post the following morning. Most impressed with the careful packaging and the fact that the parts were genuine Panasonic rather than cheap imitations. Service, products and price rating 5* perfect!
What can cause a foil to fail??
Taking Care Of Your Razor. Electric razors are easy and fast to use, but, like any appliance, they do need some maintenance in order to keep them working properly.
* Clean the cutting blade and foil screen regularly. Most electric shavers need to have their cutters and foils brushed out after every second or third shave. Use the small brush that comes with the shaver, and never brush the foil itself. Open the shaver in accordance to the manufacturer’s instructions and brush and blow the internal cutters. Some models offer a separate cleaning solution that may be used.
* Keep the foil and cutter lubricated. Most electric shavers can be lubricated using a spray lubricant or Oil offered by the manufacturer. Using a pre-shave face solution can also help lubricate the foil and cutter (pre-Shave solution is available from Boots the chemist).
* Change the blades when needed. Foils and cutters generally need to be changed once a year. More often if the user fails to clean and lubricate them properly. Change the foil and cutter at the same time for best results and to avoid injury.
* Always replace the dust cap to protect the foil when not in use, any minor tap or knock on the foil can cause an indent that will become a small hole once the cutter has had time to wear it down.