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Gillette  Fusion ProGlide Cartridges, 4 cartridges

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4 cartridges; 1 Gillette thermal face scrub (0.76 fl oz). Thinner finer blades (thinner leading blades vs. Fusion). 5 blade ProGlide system + 1 precision trimmer. Incredible comfort - even if you shave every day. Front: Thinner, finer blades glide effortlessly through hair with less tug and pull (leading blades vs. Fusion). All 5 blades have Gillette's most advanced coating. Back: 1 precision trimmer blade - redesigned trimmer to help shape facial hair. All fusion cartridges can be used with all Fusion handles.

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HasNutrition: no&&
Extended Size: 4 cartridges&&
Depth: 1.20&&
Height: 5.05&&
Weight: 0.88&&
Product Line: Fusion ProGlide&&
Width: 4.20&&

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Extended Size: 4 cartridges&&
Depth: 1.20&&
Height: 5.05&&
Weight: 0.88&&
Product Line: Fusion ProGlide&&
Width: 4.20&&

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4 cartridges; 1 Gillette thermal face scrub (0.76 fl oz). Thinner finer blades (thinner leading blades vs. Fusion). 5 blade ProGlide system + 1 precision trimmer. Incredible comfort - even if you shave every day. Front: Thinner, finer blades glide effortlessly through hair with less tug and pull (leading blades vs. Fusion). All 5 blades have Gillette's most advanced coating. Back: 1 precision trimmer blade - redesigned trimmer to help shape facial hair. All fusion cartridges can be used with all Fusion handles.

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ruggrebecca
Mar 6 , 2012
Works so great on men and women...
Both my husband and I use this razor and love it. It works great and smooth I love it, Though the price for 4 or 6 is outrageous. I know its not Kmarts fault but Its very expensive and with the economy decreasing we are force to go to a different brand. Would recommend this to anyone. This razor is the best on out there for both genders and different hair type...
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IndyColtsFan84
Sep 30 , 2011
Not bad; an improvement in some ways, but not others

First up, my history. When I first started shaving, I used a disposable manual razor. Twice. After that, realizing shaving wasn't something one could usually get out of by choice, I bought an electric razor, of the rotary type. When the Gillette Mach 3 was introduced, I got that to keep for a backup, or for a closer shave for important events, concerts, shows, etc. Eventually I upgraded my rotary razor to a Braun Pulsonic (expensive) razor. Soon after, I tried the Gillette Fusion Power, to see how it compared. Lets just say it compared just enough to be actually worth comparing. This again went into the cabinet as a special occasional razor. About three months ago, as the cartridge in my Braun Pulsonic was aging beyond it's recommended life cycle and the shave was getting less close, and more painful, I decided to try the Gillette Proglides cartridges. I used them on my Gillette Fusion Power handle, since it's basically the same as the Proglide handle.


Here was my experience with not one but four separate cartridges:

I decided to shave at roughly the same time every day, just to get a real good idea of how it performed in relation to my electric. I also shaved the day prior, with my electric.
The very first shave was very smooth and close, with no tug and pull, just as advertised. I was surprised, but pleased. It did tend to nick up my face pretty bad, but the blades were sharp enough so it didn't affect comfort. I shave well in advance of leaving home, so this wouldn't have been a big deal. The second and subsequent shaves were dramatically different from the first one. All were painful, rough, uneven, and frankly not all that close. I was close to just heading back to the Pulsonic with two year (plus) old cartridge, but I decided to stick it out. As the strip of lubricant wore down significantly, the comfort of the shave improved. It wasn't as close, but it was almost, if not as comfortable as the first. This lasted until the strip was nearly gone, and it was clearly time to replace.
I decided at that point to return to my Pulsonic, and just buy the new cartridge, as it had served me well for two years on one cartridge.

A few weeks later, I had an interview, so I bought a three cartridge set of the Proglide cartridges. I decided that after I used the one for the interview, I would use the other two to do a slightly different test.

With the final two cartridges, I decided to wait varying periods of time between shaves, so the stubble would be a different length each time.
Overall, the results were the same as the first time, with a few differences. Any shave of stubble that was between two days and five days old was much more comfortable and close than it would have been at the same point in the cartridge life cycle with shorter stubble. The longest stubble, which was about six days growth, resulted in a shave that was less close, but as comfortable as the other longer-stubble shaves.

I don't know whether my rate of stubble growth is typical or atypical, but I can grow a nice goatee in about a week.

Overall, I think that Gillette is going in the right direction, but they need to strike a finer balance between shave quality, and longevity of blades in order to make these worthwhile.

After all the hype (which I tried to ignore, but who can, really?) I was expecting something different, and much improved. Frankly, even the few times when I turn to a manual razor, I would probably turn to the old Fusion, just because I didn't have as many guessing games. It worked until it stopped, which was just before the color from the strip was gone. Even for someone who shaves primarily with a manual razor, unless they have money to blow, I wouldn't recommend the Proglide.

Overall, my opinion is that this is a debatable improvement over the previous generation, and that it was so far over-hyped that it created false expectations. Had it not been hyped so much as a dramatic improvement, I might have given it four stars, but that type of advertising really irks me.

NOTE: This was my experience with the product, and since this sort of product depends a lot on individual faces, hair, shaving habits, etc., it's not good to draw a conclusion based solely on a few other reviews. In addition, different people expect different things from a razor. I prefer a balance of longevity, comfort and closeness, while others prefer one over the others. My opinion is: if you're an owner of a Fusion handle, you can always get a small pack of the Proglide cartridges and try them out. They may well work differently for you.

 

ruggrebecca

Everett, WA

Mar 6 , 2012
Overall
Works so great on men and women...

Both my husband and I use this razor and love it. It works great and smooth I love it, Though the price for 4 or 6 is outrageous. I know its not Kmarts fault but Its very expensive and with the economy decreasing we are force to go to a different brand. Would recommend this to anyone. This razor is the best on out there for both genders and different hair type...

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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IndyColtsFan84

Morristown, TN

Sep 30 , 2011
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Not bad; an improvement in some ways, but not others

First up, my history. When I first started shaving, I used a disposable manual razor. Twice. After that, realizing shaving wasn't something one could usually get out of by choice, I bought an electric razor, of the rotary type. When the Gillette Mach 3 was introduced, I got that to keep for a backup, or for a closer shave for important events, concerts, shows, etc. Eventually I upgraded my rotary razor to a Braun Pulsonic (expensive) razor. Soon after, I tried the Gillette Fusion Power, to see how it compared. Lets just say it compared just enough to be actually worth comparing. This again went into the cabinet as a special occasional razor. About three months ago, as the cartridge in my Braun Pulsonic was aging beyond it's recommended life cycle and the shave was getting less close, and more painful, I decided to try the Gillette Proglides cartridges. I used them on my Gillette Fusion Power handle, since it's basically the same as the Proglide handle.


Here was my experience with not one but four separate cartridges:

I decided to shave at roughly the same time every day, just to get a real good idea of how it performed in relation to my electric. I also shaved the day prior, with my electric.
The very first shave was very smooth and close, with no tug and pull, just as advertised. I was surprised, but pleased. It did tend to nick up my face pretty bad, but the blades were sharp enough so it didn't affect comfort. I shave well in advance of leaving home, so this wouldn't have been a big deal. The second and subsequent shaves were dramatically different from the first one. All were painful, rough, uneven, and frankly not all that close. I was close to just heading back to the Pulsonic with two year (plus) old cartridge, but I decided to stick it out. As the strip of lubricant wore down significantly, the comfort of the shave improved. It wasn't as close, but it was almost, if not as comfortable as the first. This lasted until the strip was nearly gone, and it was clearly time to replace.
I decided at that point to return to my Pulsonic, and just buy the new cartridge, as it had served me well for two years on one cartridge.

A few weeks later, I had an interview, so I bought a three cartridge set of the Proglide cartridges. I decided that after I used the one for the interview, I would use the other two to do a slightly different test.

With the final two cartridges, I decided to wait varying periods of time between shaves, so the stubble would be a different length each time.
Overall, the results were the same as the first time, with a few differences. Any shave of stubble that was between two days and five days old was much more comfortable and close than it would have been at the same point in the cartridge life cycle with shorter stubble. The longest stubble, which was about six days growth, resulted in a shave that was less close, but as comfortable as the other longer-stubble shaves.

I don't know whether my rate of stubble growth is typical or atypical, but I can grow a nice goatee in about a week.

Overall, I think that Gillette is going in the right direction, but they need to strike a finer balance between shave quality, and longevity of blades in order to make these worthwhile.

After all the hype (which I tried to ignore, but who can, really?) I was expecting something different, and much improved. Frankly, even the few times when I turn to a manual razor, I would probably turn to the old Fusion, just because I didn't have as many guessing games. It worked until it stopped, which was just before the color from the strip was gone. Even for someone who shaves primarily with a manual razor, unless they have money to blow, I wouldn't recommend the Proglide.

Overall, my opinion is that this is a debatable improvement over the previous generation, and that it was so far over-hyped that it created false expectations. Had it not been hyped so much as a dramatic improvement, I might have given it four stars, but that type of advertising really irks me.

NOTE: This was my experience with the product, and since this sort of product depends a lot on individual faces, hair, shaving habits, etc., it's not good to draw a conclusion based solely on a few other reviews. In addition, different people expect different things from a razor. I prefer a balance of longevity, comfort and closeness, while others prefer one over the others. My opinion is: if you're an owner of a Fusion handle, you can always get a small pack of the Proglide cartridges and try them out. They may well work differently for you.


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Savingmama

Miami, FL

Sep 27 , 2011
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Best razor refills

Gillete is the best brand for razors and its refills. Like the others, I also think it's expensive but my husband loves it! It leaves his skin smooth after shaving and free of burn or cuts. He doesn't want to shave with any other razor after trying this one.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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chetan0903

Los Angeles, CA

Sep 22 , 2011
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Like the trusted dog

No one makes blades like Gillette..period.

Tad expensive, but worth it.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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iay42

paramount 90723, CA

Sep 22 , 2011
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coast a ton

this thing cost alot of money to hook myselfe up the refills is a bit pricey but i think its worth it its cool its new wooks great i alway buy this brand love it ...

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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cheleskids

Angier, NC

Sep 21 , 2011
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Gillette Fusion ProGlide Cartridges

My husband uses this brand and ONLY this brand of razors.  He has sensitive skin and the blades offer him a nice smoothe and comfortable shave.  These razor blades seem to last him a fair amount of time before needing to be replaced.  As these are rather costly, I never buy then without a coupon. But, they are worth the price.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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brendo927

Cranston, RI

Mar 27 , 2011
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Great Shave from Proglide

I have been using these razors for the last two years and find they have given me the closest shave. They also last longer than other razors as well. I switched from the mach 3 to these razors with the free razor promotion when they first came out.


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MsBrittany

Somerville, NJ

Mar 21 , 2011
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Best Razors

By far the best razors, I am a female and I will never use another razor but this one

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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