In celebration of its 125th anniversary, Philips is now running a pilot program that will make it possible for consumers to create their own 3D-printed electric shavers.
Online, Philips has created a microsite where consumers can begin creating their own shaver. There are two base designs to choose from, which can be further modified to include an open body or a foot stand. Colors and personalized messages can be added to the electric shaver before pairing the customized device with a grooming accessory.
To coincide with its anniversary year, only 125 units will be manufactured. With shipping and taxes, the cost of the unit is about € 99—considering that Father's Day is coming up, these shavers would make a fantastic one-of-a-kind gift.
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