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No Gillette ever again for me following their toxic masculinity rubbish. Can highly recommend the Prince Calibre 6 blade from Aldi as an alternative - comes in cheaper with more cartridges (original pack plus a couple of boxes of refills) and performs equally as well.
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I personally never understood what people didn't like about that ad. But each to their own I guess.
Why are you even watching cancer advertising though?
Says the one watching and following Alex Jones shit. What has AJ done to you.
Thanks, never heard of that so I'll give them a shot. I like both Gillette fusion and Schick hydro 5 equally well, but go for Schick because their blades seem to last longer and are cheaper.
I seem to recall you can clean your blades with isopropyl alcohol or something like that to make them last way longer.
I was a huge fan of the Aldi blades (before I decided to grow my iso beard), I tried a few different brands after the whole Gillette middle finger to men, and it was a clear favourite. The BIC Hybrid Flex 4 was also a close second, it was too plastic for me.
Get a nice Safety Razor, better for the skin and cheaper in the long run. Merkur make some great Razors made in Germany. Beard and Blade usually have Astra Platinums 100pk for $15.
Amen. Couldn't care less about the Gilette ad (so many man-babies sobbing about it) but the cost & environmental aspects of a safety razor appealed to me.
There's less plastic waste from no cartridges and technically the blades can be recycled/melted down (though I'm not sure how practicable this is).
Take forever with those things. Not a fan at all.
Sorry, Gillette has been 'de-platformed' for me. Woke outfit.
Get yourself a double edged safety razor (price varies) and a box of 100 astra premium blades (~$15). Taken me about 2-3 years to use all the blades (not shaving daily). Save a small fortune. Astra are owned by Gilette I believe.
Someone else mentioned that above. How long does it take to shave with one of those?
It feels like 5-10x longer compared to a fusion
Depends on your level of expertise using it, I was slow the first few shaves getting the angle right but after that I don't think it is any quicker or slower than a normal razor now. I also find I cut myself less using a DE razor.
Feathers also make some great blades made in Japan, but are expensive at 0.37 cents per blades. But the quality is top notch.