The simple answer is $$$. They can charge more for the Mach 3 and Fusion carts.I still remember my dad giving me my first razor and a can of barbasol in 1993. It was a Gillette sensor. Which in my honest opinion is still a great razor, at least for me. I was still using one on my head up until a few weeks ago and I still use it once in a while to do touch up on my dome. I still have a lot of respect for the sensor. They stopped making them a few years back, why I have no idea. When I complained to Gillette about this they sent me a coupon for a free Mach three, that still sits on my shelf in the package. Three blades?? Gimme a break.
What great keepsakes! I don't really have anything from my childhood/young adulthood...except my dog tags. I was never sentimental back then, so I pitched everything. Now, I wish I had some mementos of my past.I still have the old Superspeed castoff from my dad in the mid 60s. Also one of his old superfluous Seaforth mugs and my first (used) brush (reknotted now)
Everything still works!
"You can go home again." I am awaiting an eBay purchase, a gold Gillette tech in good condition, just like the one I started with in the 60s. Cheap nostalgia.What great keepsakes! I don't really have anything from my childhood/young adulthood...except my dog tags. I was never sentimental back then, so I pitched everything. Now, I wish I had some mementos of my past.
Egad! I rank Brut right down there with unbathed hookers and Hai Karate cologne. Nauseatingly noxious stuff!Brut! And of course English Leather...
My wife's father used Old Spice...he passed away early in her childhood, and she doesn't like for me to wear it because it makes her sad. Do they even sell it in the stores any more? I see the deodorant but I haven't seen the AS in a while.Memory: My father used a little Old Spice, but mostly he was a talcum powder guy. He always smelled of talc and cheap cigars!