Shavin’: The Gadgeteer Reviews Harry’s Razors
Unless you liked No-Shave November so well that you decided to take up pogontrophy, you’ll be interested in reading the review Gadgeteer did for Harry’s Razors. Apparently Gadgeteer has been through several shaving systems in his lifetime, making him a tough customer.
I’m what leaders in the razor sciences refer to as “follicly gifted”; I have five o’clock shadow by 9 a.m. While being the only kindergartner with a full beard was great, as I became older, the facial grooming necessary for work became a hassle…Recently, I was given the chance to review Harry’s razor blades. Here’s to hoping they transport me to shaving paradise.
Gadgeteer’s review covers the items included in a Harry’s razor set, the quality and comfort of the shave, and a comparison of the cost of Harry’s razors with other name brand razors. Ultimately, Harry’s won his approval.
I loved Harry’s razors, everything about them. I loved their appearance, their shave quality, their shave comfort, their shave time, and their costs.
At any rate Harry’s razors are bound to give a better shave than Will Ferrell’s Excalibeard, though it might not be quite as funny.
You can read The Gadgeteer’s full review of Harry’s Razors here.
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