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
Having used a competitors product for a lot of years and hearing how good Harry's razor was, I decided to try them. I cannot tell you how disappointed I am after using the blades. I have never had so many nicks and cuts using the competition. The blades fail to provide a close shave without going over the same area numerous times, they do not last as long as what I've been using-I do have a very tough beard. The lubricant strip does not lubricate the skin therefore the blades drag.
I would not recommend these blades nor will I repurchase them.
I was very hopeful when I tried this razor. Who wouldn't like saving a lot of money. But now, after giving it a few months, I am throwing my remaining cartridges in the trash. The quality of the razor is about what you get from generic supermarket or department store brands. It works but definitely isn't as smooth or dependable. After cutting myself again this morning I finally have had enough. Interestingly enough, when I told a colleague of my experience he said, "I wondered why your face was cut up so much recently". I'm still hopeful someone will, someday, make an affordable razor comparable to the big boys. But, as I remove the blood soaked toilet tissue from my face, I am beginning to think maybe it is worth it to spend more on a quality razor that prevents you from bleeding out!
Incredibly good marketing and packaging; however, I was continually getting nicks and cuts on my face -- and I've been shaving for almost 60 years. Never had this problem with modern razors. Razor glides nicely -- but cuts virtually any imperfection on the face.
Got the Truman trial set today. Just had a very light stubble but decided to try it anyway. The handle has a nice feel, now if it would just take my Fusion Pro-Glide cartridges it would be great. The gel gives a very thick lather which is very difficult to clean from the blades, had to do it at every swipe. Washed most of it off and the results were minimally better. The blade feels awkward the way it contacts the face to me and while it cuts, it doesn't do as good a job as a new Gillette disposable. I will try again with a little thicker beard, although mine is never thick, but I had to clean this one up around the chin area with the Fusion Pro-Glide to get a smooth shave this time. Don't waste your money.
I made the mistake of ordering this from the get-go. The shave was alright but nothing to write home about. Before I knew it, they re-billed my credit card before the original time I specified. This has happened to me 3 times in 20+ years of buying online. I should know better. Something reasonably priced gets tangled in fast reorders and there's absolutely no savings over just buying the Mach 3 which is actually quite comparable. It's almost impossible to stop their constantly re-billing your CC. Buyer beware!
With a few passes, my face was like a baby's ass.
I've read several of the negative reviews, and I have to disagree emphatically. Harry's quality has been excellent. I've used a single blade for a month, and I wasn't able to do that with the Gillette blades I used to use. Don't get me wrong; I liked Gillette products, and used them for many years. But, Harry's beats them hands down. Their prices are better, and I love their handles. As far as I'm concerned, Harry's is the obvious choice.
I really wanted to love this razor. It was recommend by a podcast I have listened to for years. The price is less than the blades I buy but I needed to change them much more frequently.
The first one snapped backwards in less than an week and I assumed I was too aggressive using the blade. The next few did little better and the ones that didn't snap back were giving me a rash in less than a week.
I did discover I like a shave cream better than a gel, so I am grateful for that but I did find another shave cream I liked much better by reading advise from other forums.
This company is very good with their marketing.
I can't believe all the positive reviews are lies so some people do have a positive outcomes. If they are only shaving once a week and replacing the blade weekly these blades may be cheaper.