Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Giveaway: Braun Body Grooming Kit



Father's Day is fast approaching (it’s June 18th this year if you need the reminder). As a parent it’s not just a day to say “Thanks” to my Dad, but it's a perfect day to show my partner what a great Dad I think he is too. Ideally the thank your should come from the children, but while they are younger and heavily reliant on me for money and supervision the burden tends to fall on me to arrange the gift. I wrote a guide last year with inspiration for Father's Day presents at different budgets which is worth checking out, but for one lucky blog reader I have an amazing gift to giveaway. Thanks to Braun I have a posh electric shaver to giveaway so you can give a great gift to your partner or Dad.

The white posh shaver in the box

I’m calling it a posh shaver, but technically it’s called the Braun Body Grooming Kit BGK7050. The kit combines the ability to shave, epilate or trim in one tool with 4 different attachments and it's designed to be used either wet or dry making it very versatile. There are great features including a pivoting head to glide round the contours of the face or body and it even includes a smart light feature to help prevent any hairs being missed. 

The Braun Body Grooming kit is designed to be all purpose so it can be used for body hair as well as the face. This makes it great for men and women although the product seems to be more targeted at men. The kit comes with 4 attachments: one for shaving, one for trimming and two for epilation. Both epilation options are designed to remove hair as short as 0.5mm using electronic tweezers (40 in total), but one cap is for use over a larger area and the other offers more precise epilation.

The box also contains a plug, travel bag and cleaning brush. The kit only takes an hour to fully charge which should provide 40 minutes of use. That’s probably long enough to make your entire body clean shaven (or a week's worth of facial hair removal).


If you want to win the Braun Body Grooming Kit BGK7050 you can enter via the Rafflecopter widget below. The giveaway closes at Midnight on Sunday 4th June so there should be enough time to get it sent out if you want to use it as a Father’s Day gift. All normal T&C’s apply (including UK entry only) and you can read them in full in the widget. You aren't more likely to win if you leave a humorous comment because the winner is selected at random, but you might make me laugh.

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163 comments

  1. I don't think my dad would appreciate a bunch of flowers!

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  2. Not sure, as I was brought up "that it is the thought that counts", and to show / express appreciation. I can recall my brother telling us that he received a box of sweets from his young son one Fathers Day. The child was really excited, had run into the bedroom, jumped onto the bed and presented his Dad with the box of sweet. Informing his Dad that "they were sharing sweets". My brother was delighted, touched and of course shared his sweets with his son. We lost our own Dad as children, so I think he was just so delighted to have been acknowledged and loved by his son.

    Rachel Craig

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  3. My dad never particulary liked sweets or chocolate.

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    1. Thank you, that's the first one to make me laugh. And after the afternoon I've had I needed the laugh.

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  5. I think the worse present a Dad could get on Fathers Day is nothing! would be horrible!.

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  6. An awful deodorant gift set like Brut or Old Spice.

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  7. I think nothing at all would be the worst for my Dad, seeing as I have 3 brothers and a sister!

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  8. Well they always seem to want nothing as they don't like you to spend on them. Or they get stuff they just dump somewhere so the best bet is to give them cash or a gift card then they can get what they want.

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  9. A bunch of flowers or a plant.

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  10. Being woken up by being poked in the face by kids/cat/dog at 6am. A lie-in past 7am would be a lovely present!

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  11. a sports top for the rival team

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  12. A frilly apron? My dad likes chocolate or other edibles.

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  13. Oven gloves would be the worst present for my Dad!

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  14. My dad always hated socks and aftershave!

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  15. Definitely flowers! I think my dad would think I am taking the mick ;) x

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  16. im not sure maybe a box of hair dye

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  17. An arsenal shirt seeing as my fiancé supports Chelsea lol xxx

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  18. Socks - I've always thought that was a really unimaginative gift. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thanks for the lovely giveaway :o)

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  19. Socks -he has a full drawer full that he's never worn

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  20. I think my dad would be pretty confused if I gave him flowers haha but the worst for him would be a football - hes much more into motorbikes :D

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  21. Socks. The most unimaginative gift imaginable!

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  22. Flowers would definitely not go down well with my father!

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  23. Washing up gloves!

    @rachiegr

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  24. A jar of peppercorns (it's what my sister got him once!)

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  25. The norovirus. Although he gave us that for Christmas so he might have to get a bit more inventive...

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  26. The Dummies guide to being a Dad!

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  27. I think to be given nothing would be the worst thing. This body grooming kit would be the coolest though!

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  28. My Dad can be a bit of a misery...like Jack Dee, so he'd claim he's probably had them all at one stage or another ;) I definately avoid clothing nowadays as he just never wears it. I'd say flowers would be his least favourite gift.

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  29. For my Dad it would be a ticket to a Portsmouth football match for a seat in the visiting supporters stand. 😲 Or maybe tickets to a ballet.

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  30. Another badly chosen t shirt!

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  31. my dad hates getting socks or slippers!

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  32. would love to surprise my dad with this!! I bet he'll get socks though :)

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  33. deodorant, how boring

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  34. A Blackburn Rovers season ticket for football

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  35. It has to be boring smellies!

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  36. A DNA test showing him he's not actually the father. I'm guessing those things don't come cheap, so another bottle of Old Spice would probably have to do.

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  37. Kayleigh Robinson1 June 2017 at 08:44

    Flowers! My dad would hate that!

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  38. To be fair my dad would appreciate anything I give him but he does think flowers are a waste of money because they die so quickly :(

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  39. i asked my other half and he said a failed paternity test! pfft

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  40. for my dad it would be flowers!

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  41. slippers my dad moans about

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  42. A golf ball sellotaped to a pen! My husband got that as a birthday gift once, I think it would be the worst gift for men on any occasion.

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  43. I don't think my husband could bare getting another keyring, my kids school must have some kind of keyring maker thingy because the kids are forever coming home with them, (and take it as an insult if he doesnt use them) as you can imagine, his keys don't fit in his pocket

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  44. My husband would absolutely hate anything DIY related! I don't think he'd forgive us if we bought him a drill!

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  45. Cleaning products. We have loads in the house already but my fiance wouldn't know how to use them (I don't have any contact with my father). If I gave him cleaning products he would be looking for the camera lol.

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  46. A hint present like a lawnmower!

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  47. I can't think of anything really bad. But I guess some petrol station flowers wouldn't be massively appreciated.

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  48. I think socks because my Dad has so many pairs he could open his very own Dad Sock Shop!

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  49. An iron, I'm sure many women have been given them as presents.

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  50. a list of jobs that you want him to do

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  51. Some pot pourri in a decorative basket - or is it just me that hates those kind of gifts?

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  52. Perfume - but seriously I think that anything is acceptable if he has been remembered and loved.

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  53. An Iron - Mum wouldn't want one either

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  54. For my Dad, it would be socks, his mother gave him them for his Birthdays and xmas

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  55. For my husband, it would be garden tools. He has no real interest in gardening.

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  56. i dont think my dd would appreciate any undies lol

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  57. the worst present ,going to a fathers day meal and getting a speeding ticket as was doing 2 mph over the limit

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  58. The worst Fathers Day presents - a bottle of Grecian 2000 and a zimmer frame

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  59. Anything that is for the house or yard

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  60. A pack of sanitary towels I reckon!

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  61. A lawnmower or other manly garden things 💮

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  62. For my dad it would be some DIY tools as he's useless at things like that bless him lol

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  63. My son told me he had the perfect gift for his dad... he got a tin of beans!! lol

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  64. I once got my dad some, what I was convinced, was aftershave. It was actually hair oil. He was crying with laughter and my mum was telling him to shush. I had no idea why, I'd saved my 50p a week pocket money for a few weeks and was most pleased with it! Oops lol

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  65. I think music that wasnt his taste.

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  66. Vegetarian dish, lol. My dad would laugh!

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  67. A load of junk from Poundland!

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  68. Another mug or socks......or a mug with socks in it!!!!!

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  69. Any merchandise with the Simpsons on it. My Brother brought him a Simpsons mug for his birthday and that went missing quite quickly!

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  70. A vacuum cleaner or duster with instructions on how to use it.

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  71. The worst present would have to be nothing

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  72. Probably a bad card is the worst prezzie really!!

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  73. I'm not a big fan of flowers - too much hassle

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