Boots Wet & Dry Rechargeable Ladyshave Reviews
Product Type: Boots Epilator & Lady Shaver
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Women's Shaver
Newest Review: ... normal like you have to do with a new mobile phone. The cleaning brush that came with it isn't very wide and is made of black ... more
by - written on 28/02/11 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I have had this ladyshave for about 2 years now and only paid about £20 for it when I purchased it from Boots obviously. The shaver came in as box with the shaver, a cap to put over the top, a case to keep it in, the instructions, the charger lead and a brush for cleaning it. As with most shavers you need an adapter plug fort charging it but as I already had one this wasn't an added expense. The instructions were pretty self-explanatory and you had to give the shaver an initial charge, I can't remember how long I charged it for but know it was a longer charge than normal like you have to do with a new mobile phone. The cleaning brush that came with it isn't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/01, updated on 22/11/01 (Very useful, 366 readings)
Christmas comes but once a year .. thank goodness !!!. Being married for getting on for 28 years, buying presents for my 'nearest & dearest' is always a problem. After all, whatever Heather wants, well ... within reason she can have it. "Just go out and put it onto the credit card" I say .. so that trying to buy an acceptable present that she actually "needs" does present a problem each Christmas. Birthdays are different - and easy - large bunch of flowers and a restaurant visit will normally suffice ... but Xmas is a perennial problem. However in 1998, I thought I had the problem well-and-trully 'sussed'. You see I had ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/01, updated on 13/01/01 (Useful, 179 readings)
Well this little gadget was one of my good Christmas presents this year. It is compact with its own little storage pouch except the rather more bulky recharger unit. When you get the razor it needs to be charged up for about 8 hours which then gives you 30 minutes shaving time. I guess this recharging time sounds a bit inconvenient but you can leave it plugged in overnight. I find that the convenience of having a cordless razor without having to keep buying batteries makes it worthwhile. The razor has a trimmer for longer hairs and then the shaving foil for normal shaving. I've used the razor on underarm, legs and bikini line and it seems to give good,painless ... Read the complete review
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