Gillette Fusion Power Razor Reviews
Product Type: Gillette Hair Removal
Description:Brand: Gillette / Type: Razor / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... strip. This strip is blue to start with and fades to white the more you use it. Gillette say that you should change the head ... more
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Customer Gillette Fusion Power Razor Reviews (27)
by - written on 24/03/12 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I have tried numerous razors to get my legs feeling smooth and silky and nothing seems to work. The Gillette Venus is a little to delicate, in that hair only stays gone for a short amount of time before the dreaded prickles begin to appear. So, I decided perhaps it was time to experiment and so popped out and bought myself a pack of this brand 'Gillette Fusion Power Razor' to see if a 'men's razor' would be a little more sharp and keep the hair away for as long as possible. I managed to buy one of these in my local supermarket for about £8 which is expensive compared to my usual feminine products, but well worth the money. Equally additional blades are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/02/11 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I am a long time user of Gillette Fusion Manual Razor, but when I was staying with a friend for a short while, I forgot to take my razor with me. Luckily she had a fresh set of razor blades and a Gillette Fusion Power Razor, and she gave this to me so I could still shave without having to shell out on a new razor and blades. The main difference between the Fusion Manual and the Fusion Power is the fact that the Power is battery operated and vibrates. This is apparently to help make the hair stand up on end and make it easier to get a closer shave. The razors are pretty much the same from here on out. They are the same shape and size, with the same ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/11 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I have a collection of different razors which are designed to be re-used by buying new blades for them. The reason for this rather large collection is because the price of the blades is in my opinion extrotionate so I end up buying the razors when they are on offer as even with buying one every few weeks it still works out cheaper for me. Disposible razors are obviously cheaper but I have yet to find any that are actually decent enough to use without leaving me with nicks and clumps of random patches of hair left over. Probably the razor that I end up buying the most is the Gillette fusion as this is the one that seems to be always on offer. I find this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/10 (Very useful, 34 readings)
The first razor i had ever used was a standard mach 3, and i was highly impressed with the results that this razor gave me, until i was bought the Gillete Fusion Power for xmas last year. At first i was a bit unsure about having a shave with a razor which vibrates, and was worried about getting lots of cuts, but how silly was i. The five blades on the front offer an extremely comfortable shave no matter what shaving gel you use, and using these blades with the vibrations make the shave that much better. I havent really noticed too much of a difference in how close the shave is with the power on but the razor does seem to glide much easier when it is. On the back of the .. Read the complete review
by - written on 23/09/10 (Very useful, 22 readings)
I know you might think it's a bit strange reading a review from a women when it's a man's product but I use a Gillette Fusion razor pretty much every day! I used my partners Gillette Fusion one day to shave my legs as I had ran out of disposables on holiday and I was very impressed! I have tried all womens disposables and more expensive razors and none of them compare to the razor! The razor has a button on it which causes it to gentle vibrate but don't worry that it's going to cause it to slice your skin as it is only a very gentle vibration, even without pressing the button it still gives you a good shave. I use it on my legs and ... Read the complete review
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