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Harry's - The Truman Set

For years, I’ve been loyal to one brand of razors, and I’ve been very happy with the shave I get from them. But the replacement blades cost way too much, I’m spending around $4 per blade! One reader suggested that we check out Harry’s razors, so I decided to do just that.

Frustrated with the choice between over-priced, over-marketed razors that disrespect your intelligence and low quality, cheap razors that disrespect your face, Harry’s set out to create a razor that delivers a great shave at a fair price. And that’s exactly what they’ve done.

How does Harry’s offer a quality product at a reasonable price? By designing and manufacturing their own products, and selling them directly to you online, which cuts down on overhead considerably.

I tried out The Truman Set (shown above), which consists of a Truman handle, 3 blades and a 3.4oz tube of shave cream. A month of shaving in a stylish little box. The cost for this set? A mere $15.00.

So it’s priced right, but how does it shave? Much like my expensive name-brand razor does, only at half the cost. It’s got everything you’ve come to expect from a razor – Five blades, an aloe strip, and a comfortable handle (available in plastic or aluminum).

Overall, I was really impressed with Harry’s razors. It gave me a nice smooth shave with no nicks or irritation, at a price that can’t be beat. A 4-pack of replacement blades costs $8.00, and buying in bulk brings that price down even more. A 16-pack brings the price down to $1.56/blade!

If you’re tired of getting gouged by high priced razors, check out Harry’s. You won’t be disappointed.

Zander Chance is a technology nut who is always first in line to try out the latest tech gadgets. He also has been an active affiliate marketer for the past 15 years, and he writes about his adventures in that on his blog.

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