It is coated with the highest quality STAINLESS STEEL for smoothness andDurability. All double edge safety razors are compatible. The edges of the blades are very high quality. The 100 Pack of double sided / double edge razor blades will last the average person years. Excellent in all brands of safety razors. There are 20 tucks of 5 blades.
👤The blades are sharp. It's pretty good, but not as sharp as Feather's. I don't speak to their longevity because I use one blade per shave. There is a The packaging is a problem. You can slide the blades out of the plastic container with a small opening through which you can see them. The first blade is easy to remove. You have a chance to get them out the next three. Unless you break the packaging that baby is staying there. There is a I get out of the shower every morning and think if I can get the blade out without going crazy. I don't want to start my workday with this because it ruins the whole experience. When they update the packaging, I will buy these blades again.
👤The bad boys are very sharp right out of the package. The straight razor is the only one that is sharper. I shave my face and head twice a day. 30 minutes of shaving is what I like to do. The best blades I've used so far are Derby Premium and Astra. I have been wet shaving since I was 15 years old and I have always been looking for good blades. I look at sharpness and how long it will last. I shaved my head and face for 3 days and still have no drag. I think I will get a few more days out of the initial blade before I have to change it. If you only shave your face figure on 6-10 shaves, you can change your beard at any time. There is a No disposable handle blades can beat that. Not even 6 blade ones. I gave my wife a blade for her legs and she is happy with it. You will be set if you get these and a good double-edge handle. My handle, a Gillette Flare Tip Super Speed, is the same as my straight razor, so I have no recommendations there. You may want to check out the handle that they make for their DE blades. Get the blades from Parker. You will be happy that you did.
👤I can't remember which ones I used, but I have used Shark, Dovo, and a few others. The shave is much more comfortable and the last is just as sharp as the Feathers. After every shave, I swap out my razor. I might get a few shaves out of a feather. I can shave these bad boys. It was the best cutting I've used. These are my new razors.
👤These are pretty good blades. If you start out sharp, you can split the difference between feathers and silver blues on the first shave. From there, it becomes smooth and not annoying. I had issues with the coating and thought it was the Platinum component. So far, so good. Even though they are short lived, my top 3 blades so far are polsilver,nacet andvoskod. These are right in the mix, across multiple razors. After 5 shaves per blade, time will tell.
Their razors for men are made to give you that perfect shave. All types of double edge razors are compatible with the highest quality Japanese blades. Platinum coated Japanese steel is what it is. Retain their sharpness that allows each blade between eight and twelve shaves. Provides very close shaves, Retain a very close shave, and less shaving can help with less irritation on your face. Over eighty years of outstanding quality has been achieved by Feather. It is suitable for each purpose.
👤Since abandoning the high street consumer nightmare of over-engineered and ridiculously expensive mens' shaving products about 5 years ago, I have been using the Feather double edge blades in an easy going Edwin Jagger safety razor. You have to treat them with respect and change them as soon as possible after a few shaves. The disposal is easy and safe. I was told by Amazon that my last purchase was in August of 2014). I have no reason to doubt them, it's obvious that Bezos isn't interested in lying about such a thing. That is 4.5 years ago. It sounds like you can get blades for $25 - 30 every 4-5 years. I don't know what the cost is for a shave. I don't hesitate to replace a blade if I think it's getting dull, but I only shave every 3 days on average. I didn't shave for a while. If this information is useful to a young man, I have accomplished my goal. Have at them. There is a This is my own work. Sam is 48 years old.
👤If you want to get a close shave with little irritation to the skin, you should look for a sharp blade. I have been shaving for 45 years. I started shaving in the shower about 10 years ago after using a brush and soap. The best time to shave is when you have had hot water on your face for a long time. If I wait a few minutes after shaving. All of the blades I have used over the years were made in the U.S. Then came razors made of plastic. I don't like the idea of throwing away a plastic handle. The razors had a war about who had the most blades. You only need 1. Any more is a waste. A few years ago, I bought a lot of persona. I was running out of de blades at my store so I started looking on-line. I bought 100 razors from Russia. They are hard to beat for the price. I read about feathers and razors. I have a area under my chin that is hard to shave and smooth. It took some work to do this with most razors. The feathers last longer. They cost twice as much as Astra. They need to last twice as long. They last about twice as long. I have a large collection of vintage razors. I used to use a razor that was popular many years ago. I change shaving every so often because it can become boring. The Pol silver super iridium blades are more expensive than the feathers. They are also good. I prefer the feathers for the price. I have enough to last for years now, I might have tried a few more, but that will wait. The blades don't seem to be any cheaper. I was not impressed with the seller. I took a long time to get them. I buy from all over the world. If you're in a hurry, you might want someone else to take them. There is a This is about razor blades. The feathers are at the top after using many different razors. There is a I get twice as many shaves as they cost. Don't wipe off the blade because it will make it harder to get a good shave. It helps protect the razor from rust and crude. Most safety razors are made from brass and don't rust. I bought another 100 because I like them. If you find them to be aggressive, you might want an older Gillette razor with 9 settings. This will give you a choice of settings to try. You can get a new double edge safety razor from me at Amazon. A razor like jewelery is less expensive than many others. It works well with the feathers. I can't find clown razors at the store because they are the ones with a lot of blades. There is a Don't be afraid of sharp razors blades, be afraid of dull ones. There are some that are hard on your skin.
The long handle is 4.2” long. Its design makes shaving more comfortable. SMOOTH AND NATURAL BAMBOO HANDLE is a modern look. Bamboo is good for the environment and repels water. Plastic razors end up in landfill sites every year. The plastic is harmful to the earth and water supplies. Eco-friendly safety barriers. High quality shaving is made from the highest quality material. The old school style safety razor is what you need if you want an eco-friendly razor. The razor has a single blade which leads to a closer shave. 100% recycled material is used for packaging. No plastic bags, no plastic filling, and no plastic tape! Every razor has a refill of RAZOR BLADES. The blades for this razor are more affordable than the ones for the other razors, which means that you can continue shaving after you have used the five extra blades that are included.
👤I decided to look up if there are women out there that use double edge razors for their legs after using my boyfriend's double edge razor. I am very happy with my purchase. I bought a 100 count case of Astra razors to go with this and I am so happy that I don't have to spend more money on razors this year. This razor is very heavy. I like the way the bamboo feels. I plan on telling my friends to convert to this razor because I would recommend it to them.
👤This is my favorite razor. It's balanced and solid. The bamboo has a perfect handle. When it's wet, your grip improves. I wish I had found this combination a long time ago.
👤Become more eco-conscious by tossing out your disposable razors. When using a safety razor, it's important to let the weight do its job. The shave is better than before. This razor is very nice.
👤Most of the reviewers think this is the best shave ever, but I disagree. There is a I purchased it for two reasons. There is a There was no plastic waste and all the packaging was paper. It covers the bases which were important to me, at the cost of being a little more work to shave. There is a It's much easier to cut yourself with a razor than it is with a razor. You need a really good shave soap/cream because there is not a strip of lubricant like you're used to with your razor. The bamboo handle is very good for wet use and it is heavier. It takes practice, but once you find the perfect angle it is a good shave.
👤I bought this a few years ago to try and cut down on waste from disposable razors. This is my first straight razor and I like it, but I can't compare it to other brands. It's easy to use, blades are cheap, and I get a closer shave than with multi-blade plastic ones. After 3 years, it doesn't have a sign of rust on it. I take it apart and dry it before putting it back together. It might take a minute to do that. It takes longer to shave because you have to work in short strokes and go over areas a few times, whereas multi blade plastic ones are more convenient. The bamboo handle has never tried to slip out of my grasp. It is definitely worth the money.
👤I decided to replace my expensive Venus razors with this one because I am going into a zero waste lifestyle. I was hesitant to use this but after drawing a line up my leg I was able to use it all of my body. I was hoping that the shave would last a long time, but when I used my other razors I had a smooth shave the next day. I have been hesitant to use this razor since I was left with small red bumps on my legs that would bleed slightly. I use coconut oil, baby oil, conditioner, and other things. Even after changing the blade, there were still bumps. I have been using my old razors until I can afford laser hair removal.
There are 50 count of double edge sword. The men's razors have 50 double edge razor blades. The razor blades are very sharp and will give you a great shaving experience. Most types of double edge pantyhose are compatible with this. Japanese blades are the best to fit double edge safety razors. Double edge razor blades are made from Platinum coated Hi-Stainless Steel, which retain their sharpness and smoothness, giving on average 2 to 5 shaves. A very close shave is provided by thePrecisely grinded and hone shaving edge. Less shaving leads to less irritation. Over 80 years of outstanding quality has been delivered by Feather. Each shaving razor is suitable for its purpose.
👤I was put off by the idea that these blades were the world's best because of the characterization that they were the risk of nicks and cuts. If you use excessive pressure when shaving. Over the last 10 years, I have tried at least half a dozen brands of blades. I no longer have to wander the blade desert. Smoothness and an unparalleled face and head shave are achieved by sharpness. Taking your time in tight spots is the key to avoiding nicks and cuts. These blades are the real deal.
👤They are sharp! I have been wet shaving for a month. Vikings blades have no nicks or cuts. The first use of a non-abrasive shaver is by beginners. There is a I always use preshave oil. First, second and third passes. It is not that scary to go slowly. If you can 3 slight irritation, you can only pass 2 passes. There were no cuts. There are 3 more After shave, then a block of Alum. I have mastered my touch/technique. I think the main reason for irritation is. Cheers and God bless. Wishing you a Merry Christmas.
👤After a single stroke across my skin, it was a bloodbath. The tub looked like that scene from the movie. Do you want 49 razor blades? I've been using a DE razor intermittently for about a year or so, and while I'm not an expert, I've gotten the hang of it. I've tried a lot of different blades in my search for The One. My first experience with them this week was promising, and they are variable but decent when they work. I read about it and gave it a try. My hair is thick and I have sensitive skin. I like to keep Little Richard and the twins nice and smooth downstairs, but I'm not good at it. Or stupid. Sometimes I use my DE on the easy flat part. If I'm careless, it draws blood in one or two places, but it's not worse than shaving my face. The feather was different. I usually wash the area with soap and then apply it after soaking it in hot water for a few minutes.
👤When you first start shaving, be careful. You must have well made razors no matter what angle you find ideal. The Japanese blades are reasonably priced. It's better than the Walgreens brand. Don't expect a razor like a four blade razor. Your shave will be as good if you work it right. I don't think it's right to say that extra blade razors pull the follicle so that the second blade can cut it below the skin surface. It's a prescription for ingrown hairs. A single sharp blade on a very wet face under a thin layer of lather will give you a glorious shave and a sense of satisfaction with your own skill. I bought these in bulk and will never use any other type of razor blade. I'm good for a couple of years.
👤I'm still new to wet shaving using a safety razor. I have been shaving this way for about six months. I shave my face and head only a few times a week, but I've been using other blades which seem to do a good job, but only last a few shaves before I have to throw them out. I thought I'd give them a chance after hearing good things about them. First shave left my head and face looking like I had been hit by a bird. I must have had at least a few. I understand that these blades are sharp, but come on! I only had a few nicks after the second shave. Only one nick was shaved the third time. I might be going too fast. I'm using the same handle as the other brand blades, and I'm shaving the same way.
The safety razor has two edges. A single blade razor is designed for edging sideburns and strong beard lines. A century ago, a closed comb head was used for the best control. The handle is chrome-plated. The blades are made of steel. The razor blades are Platinum-coated and have accuracy. The design is heritage-inspired. Over a century's worth of innovation and expertise is at the top.
👤Gillette invented this razor 120 years ago and it is going strong in 2021. The disposable blade shaving has always made money on the blades and the handle has always been given away for a pittance. DE blades have been commoditized and there is very little profit left in them. The brushes, soaps and creams that accompany this way of shaving have a little margin left but the razors and blades themselves are indicative of their own thin profit margins. There is a It was gratifying to see Gillette dive into its heritage with little reward. They didn't go with one of their classic razor designs, a twist-to-open Super Speed, or one of the great flat bottom Tech razors from their British factories. They still have the designs in the archives, but the tooling is gone, and any employees with experience manufacturing those great old brass razors are gone as well. There is a They looked at current DE razor production for a good design. Germany's Merkur is considered to be the best DE razor in the current production, as it has been in production for over 80 years with the same head design. There are many different metals used for razors. The shaving geometry of the design is irrefutable. They nailed it. There is a Gillette licensed it from Merkur and we are here. Every man likes something different. I have a lot of vintage Gillette razors, and this one, a Merkur, is better for me than all of them. I ignored the King C because I don't need another razor, but it popped up on Amazon a couple weeks ago for $9.95. I don't own a new Merkur 34c, so I thought about buying the King C for the first time. It was in my possession about 19 hours after I decided to buy it. I put one of my favorite Voskhod blades in it for the shave. It was shaved with it. It's a bit Meh. It was a bit rough. I switched out the Voskhod for a feather because of that. I don't want to say I got the best shave of my life. I get a lot of shaves. This was a great shave, not from a $200 Karve or a $100 Rockwell. It was from a Gillette Merkur clone. That is amazing. There is a The other razors are expensive because they are hard to machine into a razor. They are going to last a lot longer than this razor. If you don't break it or strip the threads, it won't last a lifetime. There is a This razor is sold at Walgreens and CVS for $20 all day. You can buy it here for $20 if you hit the Buy button. I have been shaving this way for a long time and I can't think of a better way to switch. Most of the Chinese razors you can buy on this site won't do the job. Well. You get comfort and safety here along with enough efficiency to get soft and smooth in 3 passes or less, which is a lot less blades going over the same patch of skin than with a multi-blade cartridge. Less irritation. There is a The chromed brass handle of the razor is interesting. You might like it. It was too long and heavy and slippery for my liking. I do not care about slippery. Just touch my wet fingers on the block and it will be fine. You might not like it. I had a generic handle in my drawer. It was a tad lighter but a bit shorter. It made this razor work better for me. There is a As always, YMMV. The King C. Gillette safety razor has the same handle and blades. It's my top recommendation for a first safety razor. I like shaving. I get up 20 minutes earlier to enjoy the experience of a high quality grooming experience, because I shave 4 days a week. I didn't save money with my cheap DE razor and 7 Astra blades because I spent way more money on Gillette than I had spent on anything else. I have so many items from Lancaster Razor Works that I would buy again in a heartbeat. I am a very sick man. There is a I can tell you a few things from experience. You might not like this razor. I found out that some of the stuff most of the guys lusted after, I absolutely hated. And vice versa. I have found ways to get free samples of soaps, creams and splashes so I can try before buying. They will not give you a free razor. Finding my favorite razors was about buying and selling a lot of them. It was very painful. I have a lot of razors that have to go. I won't be using them but they will all be favorites. I haven't found any tricks. After spending thousands of dollars on nicer razors that were not a good fit for my skin and whiskers, I was very happy to find this razor. I can't give you any guarantees because your experience will be different than mine. I guarantee that. This is a mild razor that works better with sharper blades. It works great with Feather. I usually use the green packaging of the razor because they do a great job for me, and I can get them on Amazon for less than the price of Feathers. Maybe. Maybe not. A lot of guys like this combination. I haven't tried the branded blades. I think they are fine but overpriced. There are many others that are worth a try. You can buy 5 or 10 to give them a proper trial to see what works best. You will have your favorites. If you don't want to wet shave with a brush and shaving soap, you can use the Crmo brand shave gel in a tube. It is in all the stores. It is very expensive per shave but it smells better and shaves better than the push button cans. Give yourself a chance with a cheap synthetic brush, a tube of Proraso green shaving cream, or a tub of cream from Taylor of Old Bond Street. The scent of the Royal Forest is a good choice. There are videos on how to lather these creams for a good shave. It doesn't take a lot. You might think a tub of Taylor's is expensive, but you don't know how long it will last. A tube of Palmolive cream is a great place to start. Multiple passes is the reason you should have a brush and a shaving soap or cream that is designed to lather with a brush and water. Baby will not get smooth in one pass with a DE razor. If you use Edge gel in a can, you will lather it up multiple times. The brush has enough lather for all the passes you need. Good luck.
Dorco blades meet all of the wet shaving requirements. Dorco blades are micro grinded and coated to provide a clean shave.
👤This is a comparison between Korean and Japanese blades. The feathers are much sharper. If I don't shave lightly, they will leave a bloody mess on my face. The blades are perfect for daily shaving. I can get an excellent shave without having to worry about my technique and I can stick one in my razor. The price for 100 of these blades is less than 30 of them, so it's a great deal. There is a Smaller packs of individually wrapped blades are packaged in a large box. Each time I open one, it feels like a real treat. There is a Pick up a pack of these blades and shave guilt and pain free, unless you have a really tough beard or specialty application. There is a The blades are actually made in Taiwan. The blades are made in Taiwan.
👤The blades are a steal at $7.45 and I was a little worried about the sharpness of the blades, but once I received them, I was happy to see that they are pretty sharp and efficient. This brand is usually sold for 5 blades or more at a dollar store. There is a There are plenty of blades to last you a long time even if you don't use them. You can't go wrong with this. I was very happy with the purchase.
👤The "old school" shaving method has been used by me for the past 5 years. I've been constantly changing the blades because I couldn't find a blade that was better than the last one, meaning none seemed higher or lesser quality. There is a I knew the Dorco ST300 were different when I first used it. They felt better on my skin. I would have to discard all the other blades I've used. Some wouldn't get that far. I've used one of these 4 times only to be discarded because I'd go the next 2 days without shaving and insist on a fresh blade. If I had to, I would use it a fifth time. I have used the one blade four times and it felt as good as a fresh blade. I will buy these blades a second time.
👤Over the last few months, I've been testing various razor blades in order to find a cost effective yet beautifully sharp blade for both shaving and utility/projects. These blades were suggested to me by Amazon. You get 100 individually wrapped razor blades, my Dorco package had 25 each. I used the blades for both shaving and bread carving. The razor blades worked out perfectly for the bread, it's just cutting lines in soft dough. I put the Dorco blades into the shavers. All of the shavers work perfectly with an excellent blade, even though each shaver has slightly different effects on the blades. There is a The shaving of my face and beard worked out well. I had better and closer shaves before, and the shaving sensitive areas was not painful. I usually use a blade for several shaves before needing to replace it. I would use the Dorco blades a few times before needing to replace them. There is a The Dorco blades are not stellar. The Dorco blades would come in at 6-7 if I rated them from 1 to 10. They are good, but not great. There is a They get my recommendation, however there are better blades at a slightly higher price.
The razor is re-designed to help prevent razor bumps and irritation by using double edge razor blades and a generously weighted handle. The perfect gift for men. For any holiday, the Bevel Safety Razor is the perfect gift for your father, husband, son, or friend. The single blade works with coarse hair to prevent bumps, irritation, and ingrown hairs. Perfectly weighted brass handle glides across the skin. The eco-friendly design is free of plastic and can be recycled. RECOMMENDED: Pre-Shave Oil can be used to create a lubricating layer that can help reduce nicks and cuts. To create a rich lather with Shave Brush & Shave Cream, you need to remove dead skin cells and hair to give your skin a smooth, soft shave. To cut hair at the skin level, use the Safety Razor and Blades. Post-Shave Balm is alcohol-free and can be used immediately upon application. For best use, always hold the safety razor at a 30 angle. Holding the logo on the head against your skin, tilt the handle until it touches your skin. Don't apply pressure and let the weight of the razor do the work. Don't shave in the direction your hair is growing, and keep your glides short.
👤Curlier hair has made me more susceptible to razor bumps and ingrown hairs. Gillette was my go-to for shaving because it was good for shaving quickly and it did better with sensitive skin. Gillette is a one-size-fits-all razor brand and doesn't account for some of the nuances some men have to deal with when shaving, so I looked for a razor blade that would assist in minimizing razor bumps and ingrown hairs. There is a I'm very happy to support a black owned brand that addresses some of the unique grooming issues of black men, so cheers to that! There is a I had a learning curve when I switched from a Gillette razor to a unique safety razor because I didn't know how long the shaving process took. The first few times I used this razor, I cut my chin and jaw line. After about 8 months of use, the shave is noticable because I have adjusted to the different holding angles for my face. The razors and blades are very finely weighted and crafted so you can maneuver around your face with ease. I liked the additional parts of the Bevel system. Tend Skin's products work better for me. It's worth trying the full system to see what works best for you.
👤There is an update at 3/201. I have to change my rating from 4 stars to 2 stars. The razor's ergonomics are unsafe. It's slipped out of my hands or spun around while I used it. A razor can slice your face if it goes sideways in your hand. I've dropped it many times. I've owned the Edwin Jagger for all the years I've been alive. The angle of the razor head is the only thing I like about it. I'm using Gillette Blues instead of the Bevel blades because they are dull and mediocre. The regular DE blades of the Bevel brand are overpriced. I think a lot of the positive reviews here are from people who moved from shaving with a razor to shaving with a safety razor. There is nothing special about Bevel compared to other safety razors. The background about me is below. I've been using a safety razor for over 20 years. This has been the method of shaving I've used for most of my life. This is a review of the Bevel razor, not their blades, brushes, cream, or system. I thought the safety razors were the same as the marketing hype. I've been using an Edwin Jagger for over a decade. I put the razor blade in the Bevel. There was more skin left on my face after the shave, and I noticed it immediately. It was noticeably more comfortable and precise. I needed fewer shaves. This is the razor I use. There are some serious issues with the razor. The head has all rounded edges. It's difficult to hold the head while changing it. The blade sits in the head after the pieces are separated. It is difficult to remove the blade without touching the edge. The whole process of assembly is very nerve-racking. It's difficult to get out of my stand without dropping it or having my fingers on the blade edge. It's easier to change a safety razor's blade if it has squared off sides. The handle is slick. It is very easy to drop and hard to keep a grip. This design is terrible for something that will be held with wet soapy hands. I'm a fan of Bevel and want them to succeed. I think they're due for a 2.0 design with a curved finger tip on the non-blade side of the head. It would be great to have textured knives on the handle. The handle length and diameter should be changed. I would pay for an aftermarket custom handle, and swap out the current one. Bevel would do well to make multiple handle thicknesses and lengths like Apple did. I recommend that you use a towel to hold the head when changing blades, because you don't want to slice your hands open.
The razor head and blades are original. A smooth shave. The strip is lubricating
👤I wanted to boycott the women's razors after learning about the Pink Tax. I don't like shaving so why support the patriarchy? I wanted to find an eco-friendly option. The bamboo handle was better than the plastic one. I've used Venus brand my whole life and never had a complaint. This is not a comparison for razor burns going head to head. After using it from ankle to inner thigh, Bulldog gave me one. There was a small plastic covering for the razors, but I was not expecting it. I am happy with the purchase as their shaving products are cruelty-free. I have to wait to see how long the razor blades will last.
👤The razor cut was good. On the 4th or 5th time shaving with Stuble and doing a good job, there was a con. The razor head loosened as I came around my chin. Check thetightness before use.
👤I took a chance on this product, thanks to other reviewers. I used to use disposable razors. This product is better than those. It's the smoothest shave I've ever experienced. I've used disposable razors before. They have been discontinued. This is a reason to check it out if you care about nothing else. There is a I've been wanting to switch to refillable razors, but they seemed so expensive. I feel like this product is a reasonable price and it's easy to find without joining a club. I don't like commitment. I plan to keep it dry so it doesn't get moldy. I don't like to contribute to the plastic problem. The more plastic we discard, the more it ends up in our bodies as it breaks down and ends up in our water supply. Alright! Sorry! I'm so happy!
👤I bought this because I really like the Bull Dog shave gel, and I saw the razor and blades were eco-friendly. The blades shave as well. Pro 5 did. The fusion has a trimmer blade. The icing on the cake is that it's only a couple of bucks per blade, not $4+ like most out there now.
👤I wanted to switch to a brand that wascruel-free. This is on a lot of "cruelty-free" razors. There is a The quality is sub-par. The razor has two major problems. 1. The cut is not close. It's worse than my previous razors. I still feel like a piece of paper after shaving. 2. The stem of the razor is like a hollow bamboo straw. The bamboo part of the razor is often thrown to the wrong side of the face when you put it to your face. It seems more likely that you will be cut for that reason. I got a small cut last night.
👤My bad. I believed the reviews. I use a razor in the shower. It decided to do a rotation at the wrong time. The blades did not give me a close shave and I do not have a heavy beard. I had a rash after shaving in a few spots. I threw everything in the trash to try out another brand. The varous shave club razors do not work with the universal blades.
The MotionSphere multi axis pivot is designed to follow the shape of your face. The anti-clog design is quick to rinse. A great value alternative to expensive razors. Hypoallergenic lubricating strip. Push the razor handle into the refill cartridge to load it. Pairs well with the use of Solimo shave cream. They invite you to try Solimo 5-blade MotionSphere Razors for Men, if you like Gillette Fusion ProGlide Razors. They are proud of their products. If you don't like it, they'll give you a full refund within a year of purchase. 1-877-485-0385
👤I was shocked by the shaving culture rant. I have been shaving for more than three decades. I keep my beard for about 5 months per year. It is fully in from a clean shave to 3 weeks of not shaving. I grow a thick beard fast. There is a I shave my fast growing beard and head and neck in 7 months. Until a few years ago, I did this every day and wore a suit as a practicing attorney, but now I'm blessed with my days filled with home-schooling my kids, working on a farm, and generally staying out of the public eye. There is a I never thought about how nice my private time was or how special my equipment was. I'm a fair-skinned white guy with thick facial hair and sensitive skin. I used the regular progression of Gillette razors and marveled at how many blades were being added to my cartridges. You can have a cloth covered in 1,000 razors that spin, wiggle, and sing Elvis songs for 3 minutes per morning rush. I heard about Gillette's complaints and assessed my shaving costs. I wash my entire body with a razor and a lever 2000. It's all over. Gillette has a lever that is pennies per week. I wondered if there were good alternatives to invest in this company. Stick with me to hear support for this conclusion. I was almost freaked out by the thought of a new razor. I imagined chunks of my tender flesh on the shower floor, calls to the fire department to please put out this unbearable burning, and aliens just saying "aaaah, screw it, let's stop wasting time and 86 these puny life-forms; this guy' The discussion was so bad that it was almost paralyzing. I lived in Chicago area group homes for a long time. Some black guys had to take care of their products or they would get bad ingrowns. The outliers were not the norm out of all the guys I've known. There is a I picked theSolimo 5 blade because of internet overload. I was comparing it to the Gillette because of the online discussions. I think the docking mechanism on the Gillette seems stronger than the Gillett's, and the back of the Gillett's doesn't have the additional horizontal support that the Solimo does. I don't take out my razor and show it off to guests because I don't want to offend anyone. There is a The person is shaving. It hurts! Like... a sword. I got a few tiny knicks by my lip the first time, but I don't notice much difference to shaving with my Gillette, because it's not the same as the Gillete I was used to. I've been shaving my head, neck, and face with this thing for over 5 weeks now. There is a I hang it in the shower. I don't use fancy pads. I don't blow it out, fluff it, sing to it, or coddle it in. I grab a piece of plastic and thrust it under the water, scrubbing my skin with it in a rough and crude fashion until I am smooth and clean as a baby, and then I rinse off and towel off. There is a My process is to wash the body, rub the soap suds on the head, neck and face, grab a razor and drag it unjudiciously, and finish with a reap. There is a And that's all. After more than 5 weeks, I was still getting results with my first Solimo. I switched out to a new one because I was so cheap. I adjusted my technique because the new blades didn't nick me once. The new blade was more efficient than the old one, but it still has to be number 47,953 in importance out of the top 45,000 important things in my life. There is a The Solimo is fine and the shave-culture is a panty-waisted thing, as I have finished my journey down this rabbit hole. There is only one opinion. I'm still using the same system after a couple of years. I think I've only changed the head 5 or 6 times in that time. I added a new trick to what I do. I keep a toothbrush in the shower and give the razor head a scrub before I shave and once when I'm done with my head and face. Every single thing I said is my experience. I'm fine with Solimo's results if I'm not going into the office or before a judge, but my wife's legs are smooth and sweet, so I'm not going into the office or before a judge. Solimo was recommended by the Thumbs up and recommendations after changing from "Girllete".
Premium safety razors have a knurled handle that promotes solid grip even with wet hands. You can use it in the shower, it's a 3 piece design that makes it impossible for a blade to accidentally drop. This shaver is made of high quality steel and is perfect for shaving under your own weight, no pressure needed. Their single blade design makes shaving a breeze and will keep you hair free wherever you choose to shave. With their three piece design, it's easy to clean your razor, it's not hard to clean your razor, it's not hard to clean your razor, it's not hard to clean your razor, it's not hard to clean your razor, it's They offer a lifetime manufacturer guarantee on their premium safety razors, so if you're not happy with them, they'll replace them for free.
👤It is a good value razor, but at the end of the day it is still a sub-$20 razor. It feels heavy in the hand and the handle is well made. The head is the typical ZAMAC you will find on cheaper razors, and in my case the color is not consistent and it looks brassy and discolored on one side of the head. My blade was full of sand but it felt ok after removing the head to replace it and cleaning and oiling it, the threads weren't super well and it required cleaning and oiling. The sides of the blade hang out a little to make it easier to change it. I like the razor and the shave it provides and feel like it is a good value. The ad implies that I will buy the last razor. It is a cheap DE razor and the finish isn't quite right for me.
👤Not a fan of the razor's head. It does not have the fit and finish of a high end razor, but it is modeled after the r89 or de89 heads. It was a bit rougher and less efficient than I wanted it to be. It is a win win for the price. The entire razor is worth more than the handle. It is my favorite handle and I use it with my pre war tech head.
👤The design of close shaves is perfect for me. tilt as you go through the areas to get a close shave. I love it.
👤The handle has a great knurling that gives it plenty of grip. The razor is fairly mild which makes it difficult to accidentally cut oneself but it also needs to be held a consistent angle to cut properly.
👤It is a nice razor. The razor is balanced and has a smooth shave. The only thing I don't like about it is that it doesn't have mouse ears that open up to change the blade, it's just an irritant and clumsy.
👤I am very pleased with this product. It works well and is high quality. This razor is great for someone who shaves frequently because it removes a beard without hair getting caught in the razor. It is easy to use. I will hopefully never use a disposable razor again, because I would buy this product again.
👤I've used a few other single blade razors, but this one has been the best. It's easy to use, and it's pretty solid in terms of weight.
👤This is my first razor. The long handle makes shaving my legs easy, and the knurled texture is great for having a secure grip. It's heavy and gives me more control over the razor. I'm very happy!
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👤When other brands sold with more than 5 blades, I was very disappointed. There is a Fifty years ago, I was taught to shave my legs with this razor. It was nostalgic to buy one again. I tried it with two different shaving soaps, but it didn't work out. This oldster is going back to the safety venus razors.
👤I want to eliminate unnecessary plastic. It is hard. There is a The little razor is pretty and comes in a bag. I purchased a box of double edge razors. It takes a while to get used to. The weight of the razor rests on the skin. No need to press. There is a I hang the razor in the shower with a cute bag. No rust! blades are cheap but I change them once a week. This is one of the many others that I recommend.
👤I bought this for two reasons. I spent a lot of money to buy razor replacements. I ordered the shark blades after buying the razor. The first day my husband taught me how to angle the razor close to my skin and just flow with the weight of the razor. I haven't cut myself yet, but I feel like my skin is less irritated.
👤I really wanted a razor that wouldn't hurt me in the shower. It is worth it to have a sturdy razor that will last you a long time. I got the rose gold and it is nice that the color hasn't faded.
👤It is a very good quality razor. I realized it wasn't adjusted for depth of shave. I like my razor closer to a 3 because it cuts at about a 5. Still keeping it. Excellent quality.
👤I like the product but it doesn't come to blades that start late and they don't tell you if you will bleed. I haven't given myself a razor. The first time I tried this product, I cut myself. It was a nice cause. I'm very afraid of returning this product.
👤The purchase was made because it is green, but it does not come with razor blades inside. It's an eco friendly way to hold.
👤I have never had a better razor. The razor head is easy to use and I didn't cut myself once when I switched to a safety blade.
👤A new razor is a bit scary, especially with a reuse razor. I was happy when it was shaved. It's strong and has a good balance. The little bag is cute and the warranty is something that drew me to it since my last razor broke at the screw area. It took me a while to find a good razor at a good price that I could guarantee wouldn't break early, so this was a good purchase. Check in 6 months. Even though I have been taking care of my razor and everything, rust started appearing. I am worried because my last razor broke.
👤It took a few attempts to not nik myself but it was just a simple case of adjusting technique as I was used to a guarded plastic type that you can be heavy handed with. It's cheaper in the long run as replacement blades are very inexpensive, and it's a better shave when used in conjunction with a body brush, shave balm, and a good post moisturiser. Why all that? The bikini bumps and chicken skin are gone. I am happy to pass on the advice I received from online articles. Just need a beach for the parade.
Eco friendly razor blades products from Parker Safety Razor. In this article about eco friendly razor blades you can see why people choose the product. Feather and Wowe are also good brands to look for when you are finding eco friendly razor blades.
Parker Safety Razor, Feather and Wowe are some of the best brands that chosen by people for eco friendly razor blades. Find the detail in this article. King C. Gillette, Dorco and Bevel are also brands that their products are worth to check.