Chuck Norris doesn't need it. He just roundhouse kicks himself in the face and all the whiskers are gone.
So, you're saying Chuck Norris could do it?
Yes, that is exactly what I meant to imply. I said he COULD... I would never be so bold as to say what Chuck Norris should or shouldn't do. I imagine they'd have to annoint every blade with one of his tears, but I prefer using a dull razor to the ramifications of making Chuck Norris cry.
Very interesting how all the positive reviews only have one post, a few months later. It's almost like they joined only to post that and never came back. Odd, huh?
I'm waiting on the ceramic blade razor since they claim it's too sharp.
I guess they have never used a Feather blade with a DE safety razor.
I would never order this razor on-line and pay shipping. However, i did come across this razor at Walgreen's. I had a $5 gift card, so the razor cost me $5. I have used it daily for a couple of weeks. Certainly it doesnt shave as well as my Futura DE even with crappy Merkur blades, but I will say that if I give it 3 or 4 passes I get a decent shave. I'm going to keep using it and see how long it goes before it becomes painful. I set up my beard with musgo and brush, so maybe that is helping the razor perform.
I saw an advertisement on CNBC this A.M. (it came on twice in a 15 minute-period acutally) for the "Infinity Razor." It was touted as the last razor you'd ever need to buy (although it sure looked like a disposable to me). They have a satisfaction guarantee, to the extent that if you weren't happy with it, they'd buy you your favorite "cartridge razor" as replacement.
Their website (now up and running):
I smell snake oil
Anybody else seen/heard of this?