Gillette Mach3 Blades Reviews
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Customer Gillette Mach3 Blades Reviews (12)
by - written on 05/08/11 (Very useful, 77 readings)
Now, being a fully grown man, I have been shaving since the last year of high school. My father always had an unwelcome recommendation of Bic disposable razors, but upon seeing the bloody horror his face would become after a bathroom preening session, I wisely choose a more expensive and safer razor, I didn't wish to look like Freddy Kruger in my college days. My first razor was a cheap Lynx thing, which was soon replaced by a Gillette Sensor. I have stuck with Gillette since then, more by default than anything else, and currently have a Mach 3 Turbo and a Mach 3 Power razors, both can fit the Mach 3 Turbo blades with slightly different results. I buy mostly the power ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/07/11 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I came to wet shaving relatively late in life. One of the rites of passage as a boy is when you learn to shave, frequently by watching your father. Growing up, my father tended to use an electric shaver, so when I first needed to shave, that was the method I tended to use. This may have been partly influenced by shaving technology not having advanced much beyond the Bic disposable razor back then. Fortunately, by the time I decided to try wet shaving, the triple bladed Gillette Mach 3 was available and that's the razor I've used ever since. Admittedly, dry shaving does have its advantages, as there's virtually no risk of shaving cuts and if all you need is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/11 (Very useful, 99 readings)
Shaving was always a bit of an issue for me in the past - if it wasn't for the terrible shaving rash that I got from electric razors, it would be the sheer amount of cuts that I accumulated from cheap disposables. That all changed however, when I stared using the Gillette Mach3 - but why is the razor which was first released in 1998 so good? Well, it's down to a combination of its three anti-friction blades, and the effective and soothing lubricating strip. Value for Money - - - - - - - - - - - Price-wise, an eight pack of Mach3 blades can currently be purchased for £12.69 - working out at £1.59 each. The price *is* more expensive than the majority ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Being a woman I may not be the best person to review this product but I have had a Mach3 Razor for years now and I think it is better than any alternative designed for women. Before I met my husband, almost ten years ago now, I would use anything to shave my legs and underarms with, I've tried products specifically for women, Bic disposable razors and the battery operated kind, all of them I found to be rubbish. So after complaining to my then boyfriend he gave me one of his Mach3 Razors. Since then I have never looked back. Basically once you have bought the Mach3 Razor once all you have to do is go out and buy the disposable blades as and when you require ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/09 (Very useful, 71 readings)
I've been shaving now for a number of years initially with the guidance of my dad buying a single bladed razor. I've tried using electric and battery versions but they really don't give me a good shave and they irritate my skin - but I did use them extensively while I was at Polytechnic. I moved on to a twin blade (Gillette Sensor) a little while later and found it offered a more comfortable sensation on my face. I've used the Mach 3 triple bladed razor for several years (and it's slightly more expensive twin the Mach 3 Turbo, as at one point I did have one of each - probably a Christmas present or something). When I first used ... Read the complete review
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