Sainsbury's Basics Disposable Razor Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Hair Removal
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Razors / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... pack of 5 costs only 15p so I'm not exactly expecting a huge amount from the design. The only irritating thing is that you ... more
Customer Sainsbury's Basics Disposable Razor Reviews (9)
by - written on 05/08/11 (Very useful, 55 readings)
I was recently desparate for razors I asked my other half to pick some up on the weekly shop in Sainsbury's. Unfortunately instead of getting me my usual Wilkinson Sword Quattro disposables he picked the cheapest ones in the store. Like all Sainsbury's basic products the packaging is plain white with orange writing. They are so cheap they only cost 15p a packet! As soon as I saw the price on the reciept I was wary but as I have used other Sainsbury's basic products and been impressed I thought I would give them a go. There are 5 razors in a packet. The razors look exactly like a Bic razor. They have a single blade and a white lubrucating strip. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/05/11 (Very useful, 22 readings)
==Sainsbury's Disposable Razors== going on a recent money saving exercise I have been trying everything possible to buyer cheaper alternatives to my everyday products and try to try out as many different types of cheap products. I have come across some really good ones but I have also come across some pretty rubbish items. These disposable razors fall in the the latter category. The main reason I picked these up when in my local Sainsbury's was the fact that they were so cheap at 15 pence for a multi pack which contained 5 single blades. I didn't really go out to buy razors or indeed need any at the time but I was curious as to what they were ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/03/11 (Very useful, 54 readings)
On a recent trip to visit the in-laws, I forgot my shaving gear and asked my wife to pick up some cheap disposable razors when she was at the shops to tide me over as I had plenty at home. I hadn't expected her to buy any this cheap at only 15p for a packet of five. I couldn't chastise her based on the ridiculously cheap price, but I have to say that the shaving experience with these was as you might expect. You're not going to get Gillette Fusion performance from a 3p single blade disposable razor. My expectations were low and ultimately were realised. In fairness to Sainsburys, they never make unrealistic claims for products in their Basics range ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/11 (Very useful, 21 readings)
I am at the stage now in life, as well as doing a job that requires a lot of interaction with the public and other people, where I feel the need to shave every day. Thus I have been experimenting with a range of disposable razors as oppose to the standard ones. I had heard they could come in cheaper and more effective in the long run but I must admit the first few ranges I have tried, as to be detailed through reviews on here, have let me down and now more so than the Sainsburies Basic range. Now usually I am a fan of such products in the budget supermarket line as I feel they usually offer quality, at least in terms of food and drink, equal to, if not in some ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/10 (Very useful, 116 readings)
I bought a pack of these Sainsburies "Basics" disposable razors a few months ago for a pack of five for 13p. Yes 13p you read that correctly. Just over 2p per razor! Bargain I thought. I was moving from Tesco value razors (25p for 10!) and the Tesco razors do me and my legs and furry bits just fine, so I was expecting the Sainsburies razors to be about the same in performance and design. Product Now, the first thing I noticed about these is they are (as stated on the pack in big letters that I didnt really dwell on) SINGLE blade razors. In reality, this means per single orange plastic razor you get ONE blade- not TWO blades are per any other ... Read the complete review
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