Harry’s Men’s Razor Blades are German-engineered, five-blade cartridges that evenly distribute pressure over your skin ensuring a quality shave and follow with a lubricating strip for a smooth finish. Each blade cartridge features a rubber flex hinge that has a perfect balance of elasticity and resistance to help it glide more comfortably over the contours of your face. The special blade at the top of the cartridge makes it easy to trim your sideburns and hard-to-reach places like under your nose.
About Harry's Harry's is a men's grooming company that offers high-quality shaving and grooming products at an exceptional value. It was built out of respect for quality craftsmanship, simple design, and most importantly for guys who know they shouldn't have to overpay for a great shave.
My husband and I bought Flamingo and Harry’s razors so we could stop using disposable, and I’m not disappointed. I bought these refill cartridges as a stocking stuffer and we’ve gotten them in the past. They’re a fine quality and not too expensive. They seem to last much longer than disposable. They do cost a little bit more but are much more affordable than other name brand razors.
Razors are okay at best. Quality and build of the razor itself seems good. Using the actual razor to shave is just okay and that's being generous. The precision razor on the back hardly even works and that was my main reason for trying this brand out. IMHO, i get better shaves out of disposal razors.
They've changed their blades. I'm convinced.. I have been using these for years and recently they started rusting on me after just one or two days out of the package. I even emailed the company but they wouldn't answer my question when I asked if they'd changed something. That just tells me the answer is yes. (The guy just told me to keep them dry...ummmm?!) So sad because I really loved the old Harry's.
Worked good for the first few days and then I noticed that the blades were rusting even if you dry them after using it. It seems like I have to change them every few days. They also knick easily and pull hair. I will probably not use them again after my blades are out. The only pro about it is that it gets a close shave.