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Has anyone seen the Philips-norelco 'OneBlade'...yes Phillips norelco, as in the electric razor people.

It's even stylized as' OneBlade' complete with no space Between 'One' and 'Blade' with both being capitalized.

Anyone see a lawsuit pending? Going to be good publicity for out little hobby I think.
-Spencer
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(This post was last modified: 03-20-2016, 04:13 PM by celestino.)
What the heck is it? I can't figure it out. Big Grin
Celestino
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#3

Member
Tampa Florida
Yes,I saw that. this Norelco is not a shaver just cuts down to designer stubble. Without the guard it's like a one pass with a De or cartridge. The other guards of course leave a little more hair..It's cool looking and trendy.
#4

Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
Meh!
#5

Member
Ferndale, MI
I can't stand the unshaven stubble look that is so popular right now. It just reeks of laziness. Either shave or grow a real beard, IMO.

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- Jeff
#6

Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
(03-20-2016, 07:16 PM)wyze0ne Wrote: I can't stand the unshaven stubble look that is so popular right now. It just reeks of laziness. Either shave or grow a real beard, IMO.

And, watching the video, most of the guys with "designer stubble" simply looked unshaven. Only a couple of the gents managed to carry it off.

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#7

Member
Tampa Florida
Rather be clean shaven...
#8

Member
Tampa Florida
I guess a lot of jobs out there don't require a clean shave every day and short stubble is acceptable in most work places(now the style) I remember watching Miami Vice and stubble was in and the Pastel color suits..
#9
I think the point of the OP was to point out the trademark violation. Am I wrong?
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(03-21-2016, 12:49 AM)Uzi Wrote: I think the point of the OP was to point out the trademark violation. Am I wrong?

Just a passing curiosity that I noticed. It was advertised on my facebook feed and for a second there I thought OneBlade (the SE) sold out to a multinational conglomerate. But then I clicked in and realized it's just another electric 'razor'.
-Spencer


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