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King of Shaves Azor Razor - 50p *Instore* @ Asda

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I found a stack of these in my local ASDA all priced at 50p. A really good price considering the pack which contains one more blade was £3.98. I find I do have to modify my shaving style, due to …
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I found a stack of these in my local ASDA all priced at 50p. A really good price considering the pack which contains one more blade was £3.98.

I find I do have to modify my shaving style, due to the blade size, compared to using a Fusion. But considering the blade lasts longer, and costs 1/3 the price of the Fusion blades, it's a compromise I'm happy to make.

Obviously I cleared the shelf in my local store, Kings Hill, but there's bound to be plenty more around the country for everybody else.

**WARNING** these razors seem to need a moderate amount of coordination to use, if you struggle to tie your shoes this may not be the razor for you
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3 Likes #1
To be honest these blades are crap. You may aswell use asda brand disposable as they are CHAEPER & Much much better.
2 Likes #2
It's cheap for a reason. They are crap!
#3
Not voting either way, worth a try at this price.

However I had one of these a while ago, truly the worst shave I've ever had from a non-disposable. I looked like I'd been Freddie Krugered by the end of it. Horrible.
#4
So what if it leaves you a little scarred, it's a bargain. Find it cheaper elsewhere anybody?
#5
Terrible razor, worst I've ever used, never cut my face ever before using this.
3 Likes #6
So the king of shaves is Freddie Kruegar
#7
Unless they've been made cheaper since the original launch, I can say I tried them on a break from an electric and found them great. Sharp, and stayed sharp as long as others, plus cheaper than seemingly becoming a shareholder of the Gillette corporation!
#8
I reckon the blades are somewhat recessed? I take a swipe nothing happens.
#9
Good price but they are rubbish...
1 Like #10
Worth a go at this price. I find they give a close shave but have to keep going back to the mirror for missed bits, especially around the corners of the mouth and near nose.
#11
Good price and good shave.
#12
these are crap. worst shaver i've used in donkeys years. i actually bought a 3 blade razor with 3 cartridges from poundland when i ran out of blades and found it was a better shave than this

cheap price, but it's cheap for a reason
2 Likes #13
Good price - but they do take a bit of getting used to before you get a good shave. First few goes I had I thought they were horrible, but once you get the hang of using them they're as good as any of the others out there (except the new fusions.....but they are a tad expensive!). Blades last ages too - they're probable selling them off because they've released a new 5 blade version tbh.
#14
Great deal. I started to use Azor after running out of Gillette blades and refusing to pay the silly prices. I find the Azor very effective on my tough beard. The head is not as springy as Gillette so I find you have to hold the handle at the right angle but this makes it feel more like Double Edge shaving.

I have a tough beard and this gives me good results. Make sure you use a decent gel and not a cheap foam.

These are currently £1 on the Azor website or £2 with 3 blades. Marked down as the 5 blade version has just launched they I hope it is better and not just a marketing gimmick to keep up with Gillette.
1 Like #15
Cleanfoam
Good price - but they do take a bit of getting used to before you get a good shave. First few goes I had I thought they were horrible, but once you get the hang of using them they're as good as any of the others out there (except the new fusions.....but they are a tad expensive!). Blades last ages too - they're probable selling them off because they've released a new 5 blade version tbh.

All the above sounds about right to me

I've added a warning to the deal for those with coordination issues ;)
#16
great price for a good razor, not as good as some of the gillet razors but way better value
#17
I've used them for months and they are much better than the gillette and Wilkinson sword competitors
#18
Did find them ok once i got the knack
#19
Cheap for a reason! Absolutely rubbish, tried once and put in the bin. The blade only shaved the lower part of my top lip, resulting in a comedy Hitler tash. Save yourself 50p!!!!!
#20
Azor do a better job of dealing with my stubble than Gilette Mach 3 or Fusion do. Hot.
#21
Have to say they're cheap and do the job, never paid more than about a quid for one, or got it free with shaving foam etc. I use another razor for my Friday nights, but fine for daily use, and last ages too. I'll pick up some more.
1 Like #22
Keep trying different razors but keep going back to my old 2 bladed Sensor Excel.

Edited By: Tomb on Feb 20, 2011 13:15
1 Like #23
I think we're all used to the type of razor you can almost throw at your face and it does a nice job, and some are saying these need more care to use than the 23 blade, titanium forged, lubricated type we all now use. Perhaps this is true, however on my one and only use of this razor I cut my face to literally bloody shreds and am back on my overpriced gillettes.
#24
Voted hot - I think these are great, and at that price you just can't go wrong.
1 Like #25
Horrible razor - Mach 3 all the way.

Still, cheap as chips
#26
I guess its hot.
Funny how different skin prefers different razors.
These are the worst razors ever for me, no flex in the head, blunt very quickly and cut like a mother fker.

Shame really, bloody sick of paying for Gillette even if they do give me a perfect shave.
#27
Damn - just bought one in Asda (Swindon) yesterday at full price - these are without a doubt better than all the Gillette disposables I've tried - the blades last longer and are cheaper! I'm amazed there's so many others on here who didn't get on with them?

KoS gel / creams are also better than any other brands I've tried.
#28
Please find it!
#29
I have actually found these to be as good as any others. No problem.
#30
These are woeful. Cheap but woeful. You'd get a better shave using a plastic spoon
1 Like #31
KASOOR66
To be honest these blades are crap. You may aswell use asda brand disposable as they are CHAEPER & Much much better.


Maybe for Special Needs shavers like yourself - the rest of us with a modicum of ability find them superb.....fill your boots at this excellent price
#32
Lol do yourself a favour dich all these junk razors and buy something that will last a lifetime
I recomend the following
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003LW4L2W/ref=cm_cr_mts_prod_img
Ok its a £15 outlay but 5 wilkinson double edge razors will cost 59p from Boyes or even cheaper online
Results will be better than any of these crap disposable shavers
#33
Picard123
These are woeful. Cheap but woeful. You'd get a better shave using a plastic spoon


Learn to use them then pass judgement
#34
For those saying the blades are crap...you clearly are super sensitive, or have a poor technique.

Been using these for 12+ months, and find them very good.
#35
I have never had problems with the Azor, infact its one of the best I have used. The only better one I have used is the Wilkinson sword Hydro 5.
#36
If this is the one with all the blades and the stupidly wide rubber strip then it's absolutely terrible, I tried it out for about 2 weeks and it's next to impossible to shave under your nose and I ended up cutting myself trying to angle it. Unless you shave everyday then the massive rubber strip grips your stubble and it feels like it's trying to rip it off your face, also it seems only the 1st blade does any work, the others are always perfectly clean afterwards. I've got a load of unused blades from the last time it was cheap. Cold.

Edited By: makkax1 on Feb 20, 2011 14:25
#37
These are ok but dont have the blade for doing under your nose which is really annoying
1 Like #38
mikeyw
Picard123
These are woeful. Cheap but woeful. You'd get a better shave using a plastic spoon


Learn to use them then pass judgement


They're 50p for a reason - they're crap.
#39
Among the worst razors I have used.......cold.
#40
Picard123
mikeyw
Picard123
These are woeful. Cheap but woeful. You'd get a better shave using a plastic spoon


Learn to use them then pass judgement


They're 50p for a reason - they're crap.


lol - utter genius, so pop them up to a fiver and they are awesome hey...one cell !

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