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claret on my shirt 11:26 Tue Jul 17
Online Shaving
Anybody us any of these, are they any good? I also see that https://uk.dollarshaveclub.com/ actually use our crossed hammers as a logo

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arsegrapes 2:21 Wed Jul 18
Re: Online Shaving
I bet Ruddock uses this site.

Spandex Sidney 2:04 Wed Jul 18
Re: Online Shaving
Blades should never cut you, that's always bad technique. A new blade is much more likely to cut you.

As I said, try Lidl or Aldi, you won't be upset. And never use a blade more than three times if you have anything like a proper man's stubble.

Bumfluff is fine for multiple goes

Too Much Too Young 9:32 Tue Jul 17
Re: Online Shaving
used Gillette's for 30+ years and can rinse out a single blade for months.

its got to cut you before you change it.

Mike Oxsaw 9:24 Tue Jul 17
Re: Online Shaving
*wipes chin on screen*

Nope - prefer a blade.

Moncurs Putting Iron 7:31 Tue Jul 17
Re: Online Shaving
Tried Harry's not a fan.

As much as their pricing is criminal Gillette actually work best for me.

The Dursley Massive 7:22 Tue Jul 17
Re: Online Shaving
I’m a single blade man. Multi blades fuck my skin up.

Treet Platinum blades
https://www.traditionalshaving.co.uk/razor-blades/4510465-Treet-Platinum-Super-Stainless-Razor-Blades.html

Merkur Futur safety razor
https://www.traditionalshaving.co.uk/merkur/4132667-Merkur-Futur-Safety-Razor-Brushed-Chrome-4045284011782.html

Sorted.

mallard 5:36 Tue Jul 17
Re: Online Shaving
Ag Ag Ag!

IsaacHock 2:37 Tue Jul 17
Re: Online Shaving
Sean Connery highly endorses the new Tesco Internet Saver account.

worm 2:29 Tue Jul 17
Re: Online Shaving
I tried Harry's.
They're shit. Went back to the Gillette's.

scott_d 2:21 Tue Jul 17
Re: Online Shaving
I used Cornerstone and the razors are not very good.

Cancelled and went back to wilkinsons sword.

Bought 10 razors this weekend and almost £20!

wrighty 1:26 Tue Jul 17
Re: Online Shaving
Cornerstone is pretty good

Dr Moose 1:21 Tue Jul 17
Re: Online Shaving
You need to work out how often you change your blade. Gillette are designed to last 3-4 weeks so a pack of 4 should last 9 - 12 weeks hence the price. I think with the dollar shave club you can expect to pay upto £8 a month.

eusebiovic 1:16 Tue Jul 17
Re: Online Shaving
True, what Gillette charges for it's replacement blades is criminal but when the ones I have left run out then I might think of a replacement.

Spandex Sidney 1:16 Tue Jul 17
Re: Online Shaving
If you want a decent, cheap shave then buy the Aldi or Lidl offerings, they are both good and cheap as chips.

charleyfarley 1:08 Tue Jul 17
Re: Online Shaving
Good to see any competition with Gillette who have been ripping off punters for years, they are now losing market share.
It's a cut throat business and will be nice to see Gillette fall on it's arse

eusebiovic 12:59 Tue Jul 17
Re: Online Shaving
I was given one of those Cornerstone razors by somebody who had a spare for some strange reason. I haven't used it yet because my Gillette is still going strong but it does have a nice weighty feel to it.

claret on my shirt 11:47 Tue Jul 17
Re: Online Shaving
gph 11:41 Tue Jul 17

still looks like cross hammers on the website at first glance. I obviously knew it was razors it being a razor site smh!

White Pony 11:45 Tue Jul 17
Re: Online Shaving
I tried Harry's but find it a good shave so binned it off.

gph 11:41 Tue Jul 17
Re: Online Shaving
They're crossed razors*

No wonder you've go claret on your shirt...

*you can see that on the larger image

https://media.glassdoor.com/sqll/840235/dollar-shave-club-squarelogo-1463005267720.png

zebthecat 11:34 Tue Jul 17
Re: Online Shaving
Whatever floats your boat I guess. Not a lot weirder than ASMR vids

Bernie 11:30 Tue Jul 17
Re: Online Shaving
Use a harry's razor, pretty good, nice and cheap. Can order new razor's whenever you like

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