No doubt we have reviewed the difference between the different types of razors. However, with so many brands having their own version of safety razor, I was curious to find out how does the Urban Jack Safety Razor stands out? Though it looks the same when we receive it, however there are some elements of surprise after we took it for a ride. Let’s see how it worked out for us !
Launched in 2017, Click “N” Shave aims to provide affordable quality shaving tools with excellent service. Stripping down all the unnecessary marketing dollars and middle men, they were able to cut the cost significantly. On top of this, they are a firm believer giving back to the community where 10% of the revenue donated to children in need access of education – specifically to the Students Care Service. So, let’s dive in to see how their products performed ;)
Gillette has been around for ages, known for its mass reach of product ranging from shaving creams, razors and post shaving products. However, I would say they are primarily focus on their shavers which has been going through an evolution as seen in the image below:
Their goal it’s to create a easy to use shaver they gives a close shave similar to a safety razor performance.
Earlier on we have done a comparison of different razors. This time, we are diving deep into how their latest product – the Gillette Fusion ProShield Razor With Flexball Technology.
The Flexball technology is not something new as it was already launched in 2014 with their Fusion Proglide. However, this new version which was launched in 2015 is well known for its lubrication strips before and after the blades. Let’s see how it perform overall.
What’s the difference between Electric Shaver vs Manual Razor vs Safety Razor Razors have been around for a long time; men used to use bronze blades of obsidian tools to shave off unwanted hairs. Today, thankfully, there are a lot of options to choose from –just look at the department stores and even online. Notable… Read More Face-Off: Electric Shaver vs Manual Razor vs Safety Razor