SilverBunny wrote:Every time this comes up, I want to buy it...it just seems like such a good deal...a shave kit with 15 blades for less than 10 bucks...
Today, its even cheaper, so I'm tempted to buy it...
But every time, after I read the comments and see what people are saying about it, it made me changed my mind...just like now...lol
I want to buy it, but if its really as bad as people say, then its probably still not worth it...even with this price.
It's really simple.
If you know how to shave, these work great.
If you're incompetent and can't shave properly, just like everyone else today it's not your fault, it's the razor's.
1. Don't ever dry shave with these. Or any other real razor blade.
2. They shave well. They're not meant to cut hair. Which means don't shave with these (or any other razor) after more than a day or so unless you want all that hair to be clogged in between the blades.
3. If you do go too long between shaves, then, like with any other razor, get your trimmer out first, reduce it to stubble, then shave. With shaving cream/gel.
I am on my second cartridge in about 4 months. Which is considerably longer than any Mach 2, 3 or 4 ever lasted.
This ain't rocket science.
So, if you choose not to buy, it's clearly because you're now worried that you don't know how to shave properly.