RazorPro keeps blades sharp longer


We all know just how much more expensive life has become these days, with everything else going up except for the value of the US dollar that’s heading in the opposite direction with not end in sight. What do we do with everyday essentials like razors? Do we shave less, going to work with a five o’clock shadow, or is there any other way out from stubble hell without spending unnecessarily?

Enter RazorPro – technology that ensures your razors remain sharper than normal razors, by featuring a cup and platform that is compatible with all major brands of razorblades, along with a device that will thoroughly dry the blade after each use automatically. Independent lab tests have yielded some pretty impressive results, including having individual blade cartridges lasting up to 50 days longer when stored within the RazorPro. If you shave daily, then the RazorPro is the way to go despite a more expensive investment initially.

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Gallery of posts up to 05-27-2008 » Coolest Gadgets Says: May 27, 2008 at 3:46 am

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Jerald Cohn Says: May 27, 2008 at 4:00 pm

I purchased one from QVC and it really works! I am getting twice the life from my blades.

Edward Sands Says: May 28, 2008 at 5:48 am

I bought a Razor Pro around two months ago. I am now convinced that it keeps my razor blades sharper for at least twice as long. The reason I am so sure is because I travel about half the time. The razor blades at home, the ones I use Razor Pro with, last approximately twice as long as the blades I travel with (no Razor Pro).

Nick Burns Says: June 29, 2008 at 12:26 am

Save your money. I’ve been using the same disposable razor blade since Dec 2. I use isopropyl alcohol to clean the blade after each use. It displaces the water left on the blade so that it doesn’t rust or dull.

David Tanner Says: January 29, 2009 at 5:20 pm

BEWARE of this company, as they are not ethical in how they handle customer complaints!

Read my complaint to the Atlanta area Better Business Bureau.

This company failed to respond to numerous emails and telephone calls. Only when the BBB contacted them, did they respond to my complaint!


Jerry Says: January 25, 2012 at 8:34 am

Don’t waste your money. Ours died after six months, almost immediately after the warranty expired. I asked for a refund or replacement and got no reply whatsoever.

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