Razors. whats your blade?(non-electric)

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SUOrangeman

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I took part in the Mach3 deal (basically 1.5 year supply of razors for $3 {$1 12 packs}, well for me at least) a while back and haven't budged since. A very nice piece of engineering.

-SUO
 

The Wildcard

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Oct 31, 1999
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hahah you know what they say about mach 3...cut yourselves 3 times faster and 3 times more. hahah, j/k.
 

BamBam215

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how often do you need to change blades on the mach 3? and is it that expensive like some people said?
 

PCAddict

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I've been going broke for the last few years buying Gillette Sensor Excel blades. I am very happy with them. I started using them back when the original Sensor came out. Now that I have a goatee, and don't have as much facial area to shave, the blades last a little longer.

Maybe if I have a reason I will try this Mach 3 I've just read 20 posts about. :)

I'll have my Braun electic as backup.
 

JW310

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I've been using a Mach 3 since I was able to get it for free during the hot deals from drugstore.com and I'm not turning back to anything else. A little expensive, IMO, but I like it better than anything else I've used.

JW
 

chipbgt

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Nov 30, 1999
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tweezers.


im serious. if you have like 5 hours, try it. either that, or use "Nads"
 

The Wildcard

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Hmm sensor excel is nice. i also went broke buying those blades, so i just switched to disposable.
 

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