Worst Razor Ever
The worst razor I have every used. Every time I use this brand it cuts my face. They are just plastic rubbish and now im bleeding. Just rubbish off the shelf. I wish there were minus stars. I only took them by accident. I think they use some cheap nasty blades. Just a absolute rubbish product that ends up floating in the ocean. The world would be a better place if his product stopped being made.
Maybe it's because I am used to shave with razors with multiple blades but this thing was pure torture. I honestly
couldn't tell whether it shaved or it pulled the hairs out. It also did a great job irritating my skin after i was done shaving.
Dear CIA if you want to torture isis members use this, you wont find a better torturing device trust me.
These razors are designed to cut hair
I've been struggling with shaving for nearly a half century. I felt a shudder go down my spine when I typed that. For some reason, I have settled for the Schick 3 blade disposable for the last 10 years. I changed to Bic on a whim and I have found that these blades can actually cut human hair. So many blade clog on seeing a 3 day growth. The Bic just ploughs right through. Bic seems to have actually used sharp blades in their razors. Amazing! There may be better blades. Perhaps the 5 blade system can actually cut hair. However, the Bic does it on a budget.
Some people love French wines, others French cuisine of fashion. But not me. I love French razors, specifically the Bic Single Blade, by far the best razor since its invention.
You'll find them on the bottom shelf of the supermarket, along with other low-priced and low margin products they don't want you to buy.
When I first started shaving 40 something years ago, you bought a pack of "safety" razor blades, put it a razor, then proceeded to cut yourself to shreds with it. If you were lucky, you ended up looking like Norman Gunston. If you...
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