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What do you use to shave?

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  1. The_Mac
    I normally use a mach3, or if I'm really pressed for time, a triple bladed norelco electric.

    And if I've got something really important (really important date, wedding, etc...) I'll let it all grow out for a couple days then wax it off. I do all the waxing for a couple woman friends of mine, and I'm pretty good at it, so I can do it to myself for a really close feel. Hurts a little, but it's worth it.
     
  2. NeilPeart Contributor
    I have been using:
    Mach3 Turbo razors (which really are quite a bit better than Mach3 regular)
    Aveeno Therapeutic Shaving Gel (I've tried it all and this stuff really is amazing)
    Nivea for Men After Shave Balm, Sensitive Skin (another great find)

    These have been my shaving components since college, but last week I found the Norelco 7885XL on sale at Costco for $90. I'd always wanted to give an electric a try, as it should be faster and save money in the long run. This last week of using the Norelco has been a bit uncomfortable and the shave could be closer, but it is improving as I use it. I don’t think the electric will ever achieve the closeness that the blade obtains, but it is much faster and no more monthly blade purchases! [​IMG]
     
  3. catachresis
    I'm selling my classic 20s Gillette Safety Razor set in the 'Accessories for Sale' Forum. Please by all means, have a look.

    The Best a Man Can Get
     
  4. nickknutson
    I use a Mach3 when I'm at home...a Norelco electric shaver when I travel.
     
  5. kugino Contributor
    merkur futur with israeli platinum blades. nancy boy shave cream lathered via vulfix badger brush...

    yep, shaveblog reader...
     
  6. rhythmicmoose
    I suppose this thread is as good a place as any for me to ask this...

    Does anyone have any experience with Norelco customer service? A few months ago I dropped my Norelco electric on the bathroom floor, causing it to shatter into a million pieces. Everything in the head came apart and several things are broken in such a way that I know I won't be able to fix it myself. I believe it's still under warranty, but it was one of those "doesn't cover damage incurred from solids, liquids, gases, or laws of physics" sounding warranties.

    So is Norelco anything like Shure/UE/Westone/Zippo/Leatherman, or are they like the rest of the world? Should I bother trying to get it repaired or replaced, or will they most likely not cover it?

    (By they way, since the accident I've become a happy Mach 3 Turbo user. There, now I've added something productive to the thread. [​IMG])
     
  7. 003
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by enzoferrari650 /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    What do you use to shave?



    I use a dull rock.
     
  8. Darkestred
    call me old fashioned, but i use my finger nails.
     
  9. PYROphonez
    I got a free gillette fusion in the mail. I do, however, mainly use an electric norelco at this time of my life (15 years old). The Fusion is used on occasion. I don't need 5 blades very often + one on the back.
    Here's where you can get it.
     
  10. feh1325
    no more free samples :[
     
  11. Happy Camper
    Give Alveeno shave gel a try when using a blade. Its an oatmeal based gel that is smooth with no irritants. Don't need much to cover the face. No burn trying to get that last bit of stubble around the adams apple. It is made for sensitive skin.
     
  12. fuego
    I'm using this Feather SS Japanese Straight Razor always for almost 3 years now. Go through some youtube videos of how to shave with a straight razor! Its not for someone who wants a quick shave! Take your time in perfecting it and you will get the closest shave ever! Further the razor is beautifully crafted! The blades are available online and last for a very long time. check out this site: http://www.mensgroominglab.com/best-straight-razor/ they have great reviews on many kinds of Razor. 
     
  13. thatonenoob
    Anything on hand really -as scary as that sounds.
     
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