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 $31 each time you receive a shipment, and the custom designed shipments will be priced depending on the choices you have selected.
Harry's Razors does provide a mobile platform that is available for popular operating systems, so you can manage your shipments from wherever you are, at your convenience.
As a monthly membership service you can cancel your shipments whenever you see fit, without penalty. However, due to the nature of their products being hygiene related, this company cannot offer returns or refunds on their products.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to speak to their Customer Service team can contact them by phone at 888-212-6855, or by email at [email protected]
Harry's Razors is not the most affordable shave club on today's market, but their razors and prices are both respected in the industry as being of good quality and a good choice for people who are looking for a higher end product at an affordable price point.
Is It Safe?
There are no complaints regarding safety about this company at this time.
Competitors and Alternatives?
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62 ‘Harry's Razors’ Reviews
I liked the blades, and the handle. The pivoting mechanism is pitiful, and will lose it's strength after 3 or 4 shaves, leaving the blades useless. They seem to be almost planned that way!
The shaving valve is so tight that when it finally does open, it sprays all over the place. No thanks!
I have been using Harry's for a while now. I just bought the 16 blades to take advantage of the great price. The first 3 blades I have used have all broken on the second shave.. the plastic head that holds the blades have broken, making them useless. I will no longer waste my money on this product.
have been shaving with my Harrys razor two.months and love it.Close shave and virtually impossabe to cut or nick yourself.Just installed the third blade.
I bought my "Harry's" set direct off the internet ($ 15, handle, 3 blades and shaving cream, delivered) and started using it the last week of October. Love the weight of the handle. The blade gives me the best shave I have ever had. Its December now and I am still using the first blade. Still sharp as ever. The only thing I do is to rinse off the blade after shaving and dry with a soft tissue. It has lasted and lasted. The shaving is a bonus. Customer service is terrific.
This is the first time I have ever endorsed a product on the internet !
First, you have to get used to the slick handle. Next, achieve the correct angle of the blade head against the angles of your face. This is not intuitive. Shave with the grain, then against the grain and you'll have a really smooth shave. All this takes more time and practice than I expected. I bought the Truman starter package and once I use up the blades I doubt I will buy any more. I compared this shave to a Gillette two-blade disposable and the Gillette shave was just as smooth and even quicker. Also, I should add that with the Harry's model it is difficult to get those whiskers under and around the nose area, and, Harry's blades do not lend themselves to easily keeping the sideburns clean and even. Too bad, but I only burned up $15.00 so it's a lesson learned.
The razor housing is plastic with a cheap 'pivoting action'. The blades DO NOT last as long as the Gillette Fusion (very expensive BUT I'm starting to see why)...
My 2 biggest dissappointments:
1) Missing that 6th blade on the other side of the razor to get into hard to reach places . . . just over ear, under nose (I have a goatee and shaved head).
2) the handle of the Winston is extremely slippery and very difficult to control vs. the Gillette Fusion that has an excellent contoured grip.
I will finish out this starter set I bought for $25 but I am going to look at less expensive alternatives that DO have that 6th blade I miss.
Also, the shaving cream SUCKS! It's mentholated, does NOT lather and it takes gobs and gobs amount to effectively coat my head and cheeks.