NEW King C. Gillette RAZOR

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Shave4Fun
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NEW King C. Gillette RAZOR

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If this has already been posted here, LMK.

Has anyone tried the King C. Gillette three-piece razor from Walgreens?
I've seen some reviews on YouTube but was wondering if any here have tried it out?

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Roger

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Re: NEW King C. Gillette RAZOR

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It just a very generic head and handle that resemble nothing Gillette has ever made in the past.
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Re: NEW King C. Gillette RAZOR

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Welcome to SMF, ShaveMan!

And thanks for a response to Roger's question.

Useful information and a great first post!

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Re: NEW King C. Gillette RAZOR

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ShaveMan wrote: Thu Aug 03, 2023 1:42 pm It just a very generic head and handle that resemble nothing Gillette has ever made in the past.
Thanks. I really like my old Gillette razors.
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Re: NEW King C. Gillette RAZOR

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I saw one at my local Walgreen's the other day. It looks really nice - but I have no sense of where it might have been made. If the box had any clues on it (Germany, Israel, China or Russia) I missed it.

I might pick one up for fun - see what it's like. I did that the other day with a Futur knockoff that was being sold at my local grocery store. It's OK, but nothing to write home about ... and I did find the head on that thing almost too big to shave with in tight spots, like upper chin.
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