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Proraso Pirate
Posts: 77
Registered: August 2010
Location: Mol, Belgium, Europe

 

wilkinson sword extra 2 sensitive
Reviews Views Date of last review
1 1528 Mon March 7, 2011
Recommended By Average Price Average Rating
100% of reviewers None indicated None indicated

 

Description:
I bought these a while back as a neck-hair razor, and figured to give them a try.



The big surprise came when i got less irritation than with any razor i've used before!

They're disposable so not the best build quality, but more than adequate.

Also they're very light and thus prevent you from really pressing down, since they cut very well without any pressure.

I have a rather strange beard: soft slightly curly hair that lies rather flat on my face, so you barbed wire guys: this might not be for you.





Bottomline: try them, you might like them more than you expect (like i did)
Keywords: wilkinson sword extra 2 sensitive

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ThomasR099

Proraso Pirate

Registered: August 2010
Location: Mol, Belgium, Europe
Posts: 77
Review Date: Mon March 7, 2011 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
Positive aspects of the product (pros):
Cons:
Price: 9
Quality: 6
User Friendly: 9
Grip: 9
Ease of Blade Replacement: -1
Aggressiveness: 8
Adjustability: -1
Balance: 8

 
I bought these a while back as a neck-hair razor, and figured to give them a try.



The big surprise came when i got less irritation than with any razor i've used before!

They're disposable so not the best build quality, but more than adequate.

Also they're very light and thus prevent you from really pressing down, since they cut very well without any pressure.

I have a rather strange beard: soft slightly curly hair that lies rather flat on my face, so you barbed wire guys: this might not be for you.





Bottomline: try them, you might like them more than you expect (like i did)

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regards, Thomas
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