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Philips Fabric Shaver GC026 (Black) $14.96 + Delivery ($0 with Prime / $39 Spend) @ Amazon (OOS) / Myer (C&C) / eBay Plus (OOS)

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Available again, same price as the October deal. 25% off RRP. Amazon are price matching Myer if you prefer and can find stock.

  • EFFECTIVE AND QUICK PILL REMOVAL - Large blade surface for covering a large area at once and up to 8800 rounds/min blade rotation for effective removal
  • 3 SIZES OF HOLES - 3 sizes of holes in the mesh to tackle all sizes of pills
  • HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT CAP - Height adjustment cap for the most delicate garments
  • EASY TO USE & CLEAN - The pill container is easy to remove and empty and the cleaning brush helps to clean your appliance after use
  • BATTERIES INCLUDED - 2 Philips AA batteries are included in the package

Edit 12pm - Now available here on Myer eBay - Free shipping with eBay Plus. Sold Out

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  • +1

    Fabric Shaver

    Might use on my bum. It's as smooth as silk.

    • Pro tip: don't use on your nads.

    • -2

      Can this really be used directly on animals (dogs, cats, rabbits) while they are shedding?

    • +2

      So no more bum fluff.

  • How does this compare to the Aldi one that’s $10?

    • I'd love to tell you, but I got this Philips months ago, hyped heaps on OzB, and haven't used it yet.

      This Philips seems big compared to fabric shavers I've seen. Which is good, I guess.

      • I also bought one during the last sale thinking I'd grabbed a bargain and I haven't used it either.

        • +3

          I've used mine twice and it's very good.
          I use it on work polo shirts mainly, it's perfect for that.

    • Haven't tried the aldi one but got my.Mum one f these seconds after using mine. Love it. Instant rehab of old doona covers and quilts. Surprised how quick it filled.

    • I bought one from a previous ALDI special buy. It was micro-USB rechargeable. (The current ALDI model is AA battery.) It was discounted to $5 because they still had many left after a few weeks.

    • Haven't used either but I think the features say the Aldi one is rechargeable, which is a massive plus in my book

    • I have Kmart one with rechargable battery was $10 four years ago. It works amazing. I did but the Phillips one thinking it would be better. Tried it and found no difference and ended returning it.

  • +8

    Dont think I needed it, but in true OzBargainer spirit, ordered one.

    • +6

      Just think of all the money you saved

  • +6

    This thing is god tier, if you don't have one, just straight up buy this.
    It'll restore old pilled clothing amazingly without cutting up your clothing (unless you press hard, which you should never)
    https://youtu.be/TVWupwVbD5k

    • +2

      Ok your convinced me, I bought one for hoodies.

    • Wow.

    • Agreed. I bought one from Amazon for $25 last month, and I love it so much my first instinct was to get a second one even though I have no use for another one 😂.

  • +1

    any idea if it works on bed sheets?

    • Why wouldn't it? (Genuine question)

      • +2

        Works on bedsheets. Takes some time though.

    • +1

      Get em really smooth then yes. Did my linen with it first.

      Might need to tuck sections in and pull from opposite side to ensure flat.

  • That thing really work! Highly recommend

  • +3

    I've used it heaps to rejuvenate our couch and fabric stool covers after it's been ripped to shreds by the cat. Great buy.

    • +2

      That was going to be my exact question, cheers for that! Bought one.

    • Yup - that is what I use it for. Works well.

  • +1

    Great use of the Myer One Vouchers, thanks Hamza.

    • Did you do click and collect? Got one voucher too but delivery cost of $7.95 kills it.

      • +1

        Yeah C&C, only economical way to use it.

  • Thanks for this OP. Picked one up. Missed it last time. These are great

  • Picked one. Missed it in the previous deal.

  • +1

    Tip: don't use on balls

    • +2

      Also, looking for a deal on Betadine or Solosite.. for a friend

    • Literally a spinning sharp razor blade behind a light flexible mesh.

  • Really good and satisfying to use. Annoying that it runs off batteries though.

  • Thoughts - Discounted 25%. Not much in % terms. Don't need it at the moment. Will buy even if at full price when I need it

    Handing in my ozb membership

    • I bought one and consider it the cost of renewing my ozb membership

  • -1

    Daiso

    • +10

      Reject Shop.

      Just following the pattern of stating random shops for no reason :o)

  • Bought one to try it out

  • +3

    Does this destroy clothing by cutting threads so that they eventually unspool? I’ve always been so cautious to use one of these for that reason.

    • Not if they are flat. If sitting up in a loop it might get trimmed. You can steer clear of hemlines easily.

  • +2

    It's on Myer eBay now down to $14.96 with free delivery for eBay Plus. As another option.

  • -2
    • +3

      Got the time machine humming?

    • +1

      So were most groceries, that's inflation…

    • even RRP prices 2 years ago prices will beat sale prices today.

  • Bought this from (one of) the last deals, I collect old rugby jerseys and works wonders getting rid of 20+ years of pilling. Would highly recommend.

  • +2

    We used this for the cat scratching damage on our upholstered furniture. Worked well.

    Not bad for $15 as we were able to recover more when we sold our furniture as people tend to look for obvious damages.

    We found that an electric hair trimmer/shaver also works well but they would be more expensive than this and the exposed blade has more risk of nicking the upholstery

  • No longer available through Amazon?

    • +1

      Available again on Amazon @Flyerone & @marcaum123

      • Cheers.

  • It shows as 30aud for me

  • great device! not sure it beats Kmart aldi Xiaomi etc, but it works great for me and I would recommend! A rechargeable one would be better (plus replaceable blades hmm) but after quite a bunch of uses cleaning jumpers, skirts, sheets, scarves etc, still got plenty of battery and everything is working great

  • Cheers, used this on my couch with numerous cat scratches and worked really well!

    Significantly better than the generic $10 one we had tried previously.

  • It's a good thing to have. I once washed my electric blanket with some flannelette sheets and the electric blanket picked up hundreds of pills from the sheets. I used the fabric shaver and it's back to new again. $15 justified.

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