Expensive But Worth It
I shave in the shower (Toilet Tree lighted mirror from Amazon) and love this razor. Ridiculously expensive? Yes. But if I’m going to scrape my face with a piece of sharp steel every morning, I want the best experience possible. I get good shave cream (Art of Shaving, Aveda, Cremo, RS) and use this razor. I have not had the reliability problems others seem to mention. My razors (I have one at home and one in my travel kit) have functioned flawlessly for a few years now. The high level of moisture in your beard from being in the shower makes for a much closer and easier shave. The light in the razor helps illuminate the different planes of your face, particularly around your nose and ears. This helps avoid that “Oh, I missed a spot” experience.
- Newly designed pack includes POWER RAZOR and 8 bonus ProGlide blades.
- Perfectly balanced and weighted.
- Gentle micro-pulses help you reduce friction and increase razor glide.
- The built-in spotlight reveals details normally in shadow.
- Handcrafted in polished chrome and wrapped in a matte black, thermo-resin grip.
3 thoughts on “The Art of Shaving Fusion Chrome Collection”
A TOTAL CON… I have had this razor for nearly 18 months. It looks great and works well – until you want to change the battery. It is very difficult to open the battery compartment because it’s impossible to get any leverage on the round chrome cap at the bottom of the razor. If you can’t get the battery out – and I found it impossible – then the razor effectively becomes an ordinary non-power razor and the battery will eventually leak. By the way, two people with a pair of pliers and plenty of WD40 were…
I had one of these power razers but the button which turns it on broke so I decided to purchase another one. This one arrived but when I opened the package, the battery was long past the expiry date (expiry date was November 2011) . To make matters worse, the battery had already started to disintegrate, and I had to clean up the mess in the package. This package was obviously at least 3 years old, and probably much older. And to make matters worse, the razor doesn’t seem to have a good…