Wilkinson Sword Quattro Titanium Disposable Razor Reviews
Product Type: Wilkinson Hair Removal
Newest Review: ... shaving cartridge is about 25% larger than for the Mach 3 so I approached my first Wilkinson Sword shave with more than a ... more
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Customer Wilkinson Sword Quattro Titanium Disposable Razor Reviews (4)
by - written on 09/04/08 (Very useful, 214 readings)
How the hell do you do a razor review? As my half assed stubble shows, I don't use the most reliable of razors most of the time, think the last time I did get around to what I view as a chore I managed to do the thing with a cheap ASDA home brand one (some how managing not cut my silky skin, beneath the forest of hair above). Whats more suprising really is I've finally found my good old Quattro, which had gone MIA after fighting through the forests of Scottsfaceia, the jungle that it was, a few weeks back. I, like many it seems, got this razor for free, sadly the same can't be said about the blades, which seem to be around £1 each (admittedly it's 4 blades in each ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/08, updated on 12/03/08 (Very useful, 1633 readings)
INTRODUCTION I'm still travelling and I still can't get hold of my usual disposable weapon, the Gillette Blue II Slalom. Disappointed with my Gillette Fusion experience, I thought I'd try something new. I have already declared my unswerving allegiance to a wet shave and I now put my cards on the table regarding manufacturer. For a long time I've been a Gillette man; I suppose we all have our allegiances when it comes to shaving. I can't even explain mine, so long has it been thus. I seem to vaguely remember starting off with Bic disposables in my youth, inherited from my father, but that was only a passing fancy. Ah that brings back memories; lathering up with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/08/09 (Very useful, 163 readings)
Wilkinson Sword Quattto I have been a mach 3 user for the past number of years. When I went to get new blades last week I could believe that the price has sky rocketed to £7 for a replacement pack. I took the immediate decision that I wouldn't pay such a high price and began looking for an alternative. I was drawn to the Wilkinson Sword Quattro for both the looks and the price. It was on offer for around three quid and came with a bright blue razor and one replacement head. First impressions Once home I decided to open the product and give it a try. I hadn't shaved in a day or too and whilst not overly bad it was starting to look a bit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/12 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I'm always on the look out for good deals on shaving products, as I resent having to pay over the odds for replacement blades. Bodycare recently gave me the choice- I could either buy four replacement Gillette Mach 3 blades for £3.99 or for 50p less I could have 4 blades for the Wilkinson Sword Quattro plus the handle. I thought I'd give something a new a try, so I discarded the 3-blade Mach 3 in favour of the 4-blade Quattro. As far as I know, Gillette has always emphasised its ability to innovate new products whereas Wilkinson Sword prides itself in producing the sharpest blades. My initial impression when I unpacked the Quattro was that 4 blades seemed ... Read the complete review
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