Gillette Fusion Reviews
Product Type: Gillette Hair Removal
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Gillette Fusion Power Razor
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Customer Gillette Fusion Reviews (54)
by - written on 26/02/08, updated on 26/02/08 (Very useful, 207 readings)
INTRODUCTION I am a hardcore wet shaver. I've never tried electric in my life and I don't intend to any time soon. As with many blokes, I have my favoured weapon of choice; the Gillette Blue II Slalom. Unfortunately, in The Netherlands this isn't available, only the cheese grating Blue II fixed, and so I am pushed towards trying what is in the shops. The Gillette Fusion razor has been advertised amid much hoo ha and so I thought I'd give it a whirl. Here are the results. THE RAZOR When I first got the razor I felt like Luke Skywalker with his first lightsabre, as I've only ever used completely disposable razors before. It's certainly an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/07, updated on 01/08/07 (Very useful, 1312 readings)
I started shaving as an adolescent using a disposable razor with cheap supermarket foam. Many nicks/cuts and lots of razor burn resulted. Shaving, I discovered, was an uncomfortable chore that society expected us men to perform for a presentable look. My father took pity on me and bought me a Gillette Sensor and some lime Gillette foam. I noticed a tremendous difference in the razor with almost no more cuts and the foam smelt quite nice. I believed at the time that Gillette made superior products, but that was based on my limited experience with dirt cheap products. My next razor was the Mach 3 which was slightly better in that it was easier to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/11 (Very useful, 70 readings)
The Christmas before last I was bought a 'Gillette Fusion' manual shaver by my mother, as up until then I'd been using disposable razors, not bothered by the array of flashy TV adverts attempting to lure you into using a more expensive device! On receiving the product I was initially excited by the prospect of utilising the device that next morning, but that was before I'd had a chance to have a proper look at the contraption. My Fusion was packaged in a see through plastic case typical of the product type. With a small manual included to show new users how to operate the device, this explained how the head of the product could be removed by pressing the blue ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/09/06 (Very useful, 1569 readings)
The rise of “Metrosexual Man” in recent years has made the male grooming market a huge growth industry. However, the male need to shave was always present, so the razor manufacturers have had to increase their market share in the old fashioned way; by coming up with new and better products and stealing their rivals’ customers. It seems that better has equated to “more blades” in recent years. From the days of the simple twin bladed disposable razor, Gillette added a third to produce the Mach 3 and, later, added a battery for the Mach 3 Power. Wilkinson Sword went one better, making the four bladed Quattro. Now comes the latest innovation is wet shaving ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/03/08 (Very useful, 310 readings)
It was perhaps the bright attractive bronze packaging that first attracted me to the Gillette Fusion, that along with the fact that ASDA had the Razor and The hydro gel on offer for £4. Since the outlay for replacement blades for three blade and Quattro type razors is usually in that vicinity I thought what the heck I'll give it a try. The difference between the Fusion and normal four blade systems is the addition of a fifth blade which is situated on the top of the razor and is isolated from the other four. The idea behind this is that for areas such as above the moustache , a single blade is far more suitable and can negotiate the small area better and more ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Gillette Fusion
Gillette Venus Vibrance Razor - good shave, soft legs price, hairs grow back quick
Gillette Satin Care Wild Berry Shave Gel - easy to use, skin feels soft & smooth after use smells very sweet, cap can come off if not pushed down firmly after use.
Gillette for Women Satin Care Oceania - Everything, it makes shaving safer and takes care of my skin nicely None for me!
Gillette Venus Breeze Razor - Allows you to shave quickly if in a hurry, leaves skin feeling smooth. Gel bars don't last very long, expensive.
Gillette Fusion Power Razor - close shave, single blade is useful for shaping expensive blade replacements
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