The Rolling Razor Looks Tricky


I’m not too sure that the Rolling Razor is that much safer to use: after all, nicks and scratches are common with even the most basic stick styles, and I can only imagine the damage I could inflict with something like this. But according to the Rolling Razor site, using one helps to eliminate irritation, nicks, cuts, razor bumps and burn.

put a shirt on dude, seriously!

Is it just me, or does it seem like using one would feel awkward and strange? In any case, Rolling Razor says that you will save money on blades*, get the best shaving experience (guaranteed!), choose from four different blades (to get the best kind for your skin type), and they offer a 30 day money-back guarantee if you aren’t satisfied. Sounds risk free … who’s in?

I’m just impressed by all the colors they offer; I might like having the green camo one! :-)

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  • Rolling Razor Handle
  • 2 Cartridges
  • Designer Holding Base
  • Suction Cup
  • Safety Guard for Travel

There are Rolling Razors for men as well as Rolling Razors for women; at $14.95, they’d make an interesting stocking stuffer.

*I’m still trying to work out how you are supposed to save money on the blades, however. They say “Rolling Razor blades cost 50% less than some big name brands, and because each razor takes 2 blades they can last twice as long.” But if you are using twice as many blades as you usually would, you’ve already used up that 50% savings. And sure, they might last longer — but until you actually buy one and try it, who can say?

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