NOT BAD AT ALL. GOOD SMOOTH SHAVE
Not the greatest or best shave I have ever gotten BUT A VERY CLOSE SECOND. It does a good job and give a smooth shave. I am on my third week with this blade, I usually shave 3 or 4 times a week, BTW use a good gel shave cream it helps.
Schick Hydro good in my book.
Purchased in August 2020 for A$9.99.
Great design, poor durability
Was a great product 5 years ago when the blades were made sharp. However, over the last year, my blades only last a week or two before I have to throw them out. Going to switch to Bic from next month onwards.
Purchased in May 2020 for A$10.00.
Sorry but this an inferior shaver
Bought Schlick hydro 5 from Mollymook chemist as price was good & read on display how good they were but after first shave I could not shave my face smoothly & had to go over face many times to get rid of the stubble ect. The 5 blades dont seem sharp enough. I have other cheaper shavers which shave much better. I consider this product to be very inferior to competitors and would never recommend it to anyone. Sorry Schlick but I wish I didnt have to experience your product.
Purchased in December 2019 at Mollymook chemist nsw.
Surely the Company CEO would use another brand
Been using for a week since the cheaper than cheap WW Alpha 5 blades are no longer in stock. So I thought I'd go up market and get the Hydro 5. Big mistake guys. My shaved head resembles that of a dementia patient who's been allowed a razor . How can an expensive product be far worse than a cheap one. I can feel patches all over my head & I've been shaving for 3X longer to get to this stage.
Pull this product & get something right please.
Blades go blunt too easy
Switched to schick as a bought one for my wife that I have used not to her knowledge and was quite smooth so I bought a men’s one for myself was impressed at first but blades last 5 shaves max I had owned a gillete that blades last easy ten close to twenty is it just me or these crap and overpriced
I've had a BIC disposable that lasted longer
Worked great the first few times, the blade got blunt so I went to pop in a replacement, had some of the titanium replacements and of course they are a bees phallus different so it wouldn't go in. After struggling with it for a minute I decided to pop the old one in and now it can't hold onto that! Save your money and buy a single blade bic.
click-back feature too slack
My Hydro5 cuts me very easily as the click-back feature, that's supposed to be a manual operation for close trimming, actually clicks-back too easily / unintentionally while shaving, and so exposes the corner of the blade/s.
Cuts me to bits almost every time!!
Purchased in May 2019.
Very Good - But Possibly Problematic
One reads very mixed reviews of Schick Hydro 5, some saying it's very good and others saying it is sub-average. And actually, they can both be right - depending on what shaving cream or lather is used in conjunction with it.
Schick Hydro puts out an awful lot of lubricant compared to other lubricated razors - you can see lots of gooey lubricant coming off it and one's skin while shaving.
When I use a new Schick Hydro 5 cartridge in conjunction with the more expensive creams and gels, which are either slicker or more cushioning than the cheap ...stuff, I get a hopeless shave from it - nowhere near a close enough shave despite several passes - and with possible irritation from the multiple passes trying to get it to shave close enough. But when I use it with cheap canned lather, I get an excellent shave. Further down the track, as the cartridge lubricant starts to decrease or run out, then I get a close shave using the more expensive creams and gels, and a lousier shave using cheap canned lather. I use the Razorpit cartridge cleaner to extend the life of cartridge blades, so I have actually got to the point of the lubricant being dried out and still having sharp blades. Oddly enough, I find canned Schick Hydro shaving gel to have too much lubricant in it to give an optimal shave using a new cartridge of Schick Hydro, it being somewhere in between the cheap lather and the good creams.
Purchased in June 2015.
Best razor I’ve found
I’m a female and this is hands down my favourite razor. It glides so easily and doesn’t cut my skin or cause ingrown hairs like many other razors do. My legs are sooo smooth after using this razor. The only con is the price of the refills!! I usually wait until they go on sale.
Best razor I have ever owned in 20 years
Amazing razor, I recently switched from a lifetime with gilette, i am sooo happy that i changed, very smooth razor, glides over your face, far superior to any gillete razor ive ever owned
If two blades are better than one and three blades are better than two then five blades should be streets ahead. However, that unfortunately was not my experience. This product was expensive and to my mind a two blade throw away does a better job. It takes much longer to shave and to get a smooth shave I have to go over the same spot time after time. Very disappointing.
Not bad at all
I bought the Schick hydro 5 from the gold cross chemist in towradgi and found it to shave pretty good compared to the older style Schick shavers and it's a reasonable cost price shaver along with the replacement blades and doesn't cut my skin easily as well so I'd recommend the Schick hydro 5 shavers
I was lucky enough to win this great Razor HYDRO 5,i found it most enjoyable to use ,the Hydro 5 specially with the Hydrating gel as it leaves the skin very nice ,as some one else said that they get a rash ,well that is the same for me as i am unable to use an electric shaver ,many thanks will use it all the time
Very easy to use with great handle .
Not enough spare blades.
Worth every cent
I am a person who hates shaving, i have always been prone to shaving rash. I have tried single, dual and triple blades, glide strips , everything. I resorted back to cheap single blade because why pay extra when they all give me shaving rash. I tried one of these recently, and no more rash! I love it!
Smooth, no rash, NO RASH
like all these things,a bit pricey, but worth it really
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