I’ll never go back to another razor. Smoothest shave & I don’t feel prickly instantly like I would with other razors. The head of the razor moves with the curves of my knees so I don’t cut myself. Well worth the price.
Exceeds the Big Name Brands on longevity of use
I was starting to think razor blade companies had us over a barrel with wallet in hand until I tried Bic Flex 5.
They say its disposable, but no, its now my go to razor. I have reviewed other razors and been disappointed.
Each Bic one lasts several weeks & I shave head & face. Even a 3 day growth is still not pulling. One of my razors is over a month old & I'm not sure which one it is after mixing 2 up. (So there is a message there in quality)
Why cant the big razor names take a leaf out of the Company that made my first Biro I ever tried abou...
Longest Lasting Disposable Razor I've Come Across.
I was on vacation in Europe last year, when my Schick Extreme Sensitive 3-blade razor went blunt on me after about three weeks of usage. So I bought a packet of Bic Flex 5 5-blade disposables and started using one. After a month and a half of using it over there, I came home and kept using it - though over here I clean the razor after each use using the Razorpit cartridge razor cleaner. Over six months have now elapsed, and I am still using the same razor.
This is astounding performance. My previous longest lasting disposable was a Bic Flex 3 ...which got blunt (i.e. didn't shave close enough) after four months of usage and cleaning with the Razorpit. When using a good shave cream or gel (not the cheap canned stuff), I find Gillette Fusion razors the less aggressive in terms of causing nicks and micro-nicks, and Gillette Mach 3 the more aggressive - and I don't like it much. I measure micro-nicks by applying alum after shaving and counting the number of stings. On my face, Bic Flex 5 sits in between these two in terms of aggression. While I still like Schick Extreme 3 for being somewhat less aggressive than the Bic Flex 5 on my skin, in terms of life of the blades and resultant value for money, in my opinion, the Bic Flex 5 is the hands down winner. I can't recommend any cartridge razor because men's skin reaction to them varies so widely, and is likely to differ from my experience. It would be pointless continuously buying Bic Flex 5 if it leaves one's skin red raw after usage - as the single blade Bic disposable and several double blade disposables do to my face.
Purchased in October 2018.
A great shave considering the cost
The best disposable shaver I've used so far. It has five blades so it's a very close shave - you don't have to go over the same area twice. I would recommend this to anyone who shaves regularly, as because there are more blades longer hair can clog up the head quicker. It lasted me a long time. Also comes with a precision edging blade for getting under the nose or for shaping the sideburns.
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