Harry's Razors Reviews
About Harry's Razors
Harry's Razors is a new monthly razor supply company that claims it was created for guys who don't want to overpay for a great shave, with products made out of respect for quality craftsmanship, simple design, and modern convenience.
How Does It Work?
Harry's Razors offers three different shipment options, all of which provide 8 blades and 2 shave creams shipped in the frequency of your choice. The Everyday Shaver ships every 2 months, the Occasional Shaver ships every 4 months, and the Infrequent Shaver ships every 6 months.
You can also build your own plan where you select the number of blades, between 0 and 16, and shave creams, between 0 and 4, and the time period you would like them shipped, between 1 and 6 months.
All three of the pre-set shipment options cost $31 each time you receive a shipment, and the custom designed shipments will be priced depending on the choices you have selected.
Harry's Razors does provide a mobile platform that is available for popular operating systems, so you can manage your shipments from wherever you are, at your convenience.
As a monthly membership service you can cancel your shipments whenever you see fit, without penalty. However, due to the nature of their products being hygiene related, this company cannot offer returns or refunds on their products.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to speak to their Customer Service team can contact them by phone at 888-212-6855, or by email at [email protected]
Harry's Razors is not the most affordable shave club on today's market, but their razors and prices are both respected in the industry as being of good quality and a good choice for people who are looking for a higher end product at an affordable price point.
Is It Safe?
There are no complaints regarding safety about this company at this time.
Competitors and Alternatives?
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62 ‘Harry's Razors’ Reviews
I hate this company. The positive reviews are bogus. I tried the trial set and got the Truman. For razors being made in Germany doesn't speak a lot about Germanys quality in razors. I got the Truman set. not impressed. blade doesn't get all the hair off, the razor is bulky, blades snap off easily. I don't have a lot of hair. by the 3rd shave it was clogged so bad and despite every trick I use to get hair out it didn't work. the close blades are the problem. not to mention this razor has cut me not once, not twice but 5 times in one shave session. I was nice enough to give it one more try once the cuts healed and nope same thing got cut repeatedly. just from shaving the way I always did. I rarely get cut by a razor. I been shaving for years so I know what I'm doing. there is no reason I should have been cut so many times from a razor, the only reason I would is cause the blades are crappy. a good blade doesn't cut u multiple times. prices are too expensive for this razor considering what a piece of junk it is. if u wanna pay a lot to end up with a butchered face everytime u shave by all means do so. and these cuts were not just small. they were huge cuts that needed at least a weeks work of healing and a lot of people have had the same problem. this is the crappiest shaver I ever used. if u want a comparison on the quality here it is...a disposable DOLLAR STORE razor does a better job then Harrys crap razor.
Harry's razors are horrible razors. They are very dull and you have to grind the blade against your face to do some shaving. They are also hard to clean, due to how the blades are placed. They advertise a "clean smooth shave", NOT at all. I recommend Gillette, which by far is the best brand I have used, and provides a clean smooth shave and are easy to clean.
I'm 66 years old and have shaved every day since I was 16. In those 50 years, I don't recall the last time I was nicked by my razor. Had to be at least 30 years ago. Then, I got a Harry's razor and a reminder of what it was like sticking little pieces of tissue over the cuts. I like the price of the razors, but when considering the added time to administer first aid, well, I guess you get what you pay for.
Harry's advertises a FREE ($3 postage) sample of their razors. Sounds like a good dear, so i bit. Little did I realize, and little to they inform you that your FREE sample will cost you $21!!
Thats what they charge you when they send you the mandatory next shipment in 17 days. Look at their ad.... do you see that you will be billed an additional $21? I sure didn't.
Harry's blades are certainly no better than Gillette's - and they last less than half as long. So, yes, they are cheaper to buy, but when you factor in the number of shaves, they are more expensive.
What Harry's is doing may be legal, I don't know, but I consider it to be unethical. And I don't do business with companies who I feel are unethical.
So my advice is not to do business with Harry's. I certainly am not.
Unhappy Harry's ex-customer.
I went to Target and bought a sample of Harry's razors. While they may be cheaper than Gillette, they fall way short of Gillette's quality. I am always looking for a less expensive trimmer alternative to Gillette but thus far, I have not found any razor that shaves more smoother than Gillette Fusion. Harry's razors don't even come in at 2nd place. I would use Harry's in an emergency but Harry's engineers are going to have to go back to the drawing board.
I love my harry's razor. Very inexpensive. i use their razors for about 20 shaves each, so when i purchased them, I canceled the reorder and just reorder when i need them again. A pack of razors has lasted me nearly a year now, and i still have several unused razors. The blades are very sharp and seem to stay that way for a very long time.
Bought the handle and 2 blades at target because of all the commercials i hear. Don't wast your money. Used for 3 days and dull. I wish I would have saved the $10 on this junk. 1 star is to much.