Gillette Fusion 3 packs of 4 blades for £21.18 (£1.77 each) at Superdrug with free delivery
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Gillette Fusion 3 packs of 4 blades for £21.18 (£1.77 each) at Superdrug with free delivery

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Found 22nd JanMade hot 22nd Jan
This is my first deal, so please don't be too rude!
I was looking for a good price on some Fusion blades, and this was the best I could find, especially as it's available online.
The blades work out at £1.77 each which isn't too bad.
The 8 blade packs work out slightly cheaper at £1.72 per blade if you buy 24 blades. 12 blades will last me a year.
The 3 for 2 offer is available on most Gillette blades.

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Thanks OP well done on posting your first deal

They can usually be found somewhere for about £2/blade so it's a little cheaper. If you are canny and have a few already, look out for when they change packaging/pack sizes etc. especially at ASDA where they will half-price them with no special SEL to clear them out. Had a few lots at below £1/blade that way.

Great find, just ordered Gillette Sensor Excel - thanks! Quidco 2.2%

Smoking HOT! Bought Mach3 after using Fusion for years & no Match nice find Op

Whilst in relative terms it's a hot deal (heat added) at £1.77 per blade, this is still extortionate on Gillette's part as the real cost of manufacturing these blades is around 10p or let's be generous and increase this 20p. As with printer cartridge exploitation, we as the consumer should not be tolerating this. For this reason I will be sticking to supermarket brands.

seems good thks

rossington

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Razorpit-RP-O-B-Razor-Blade-Sharpener-x/dp/B004W2UMDW



​I just run the blade up my arm (opposite direction to shaving) several times and it does the trick too.

Good find OP.

TheHun6

Whilst in relative terms it's a hot deal (heat added) at £1.77 per blade, … Whilst in relative terms it's a hot deal (heat added) at £1.77 per blade, this is still extortionate on Gillette's part as the real cost of manufacturing these blades is around 10p or let's be generous and increase this 20p. As with printer cartridge exploitation, we as the consumer should not be tolerating this. For this reason I will be sticking to supermarket brands.



Whilst your sentiment is probably correct, just comparing the cost of manufacturing the product is not very indicative of the TOTAL cost as this is only a very small part of the total. You need to include everything associated with getting the product researched, developed, marketed etc etc etc.

20% student discount in-store too. think you have to register for a superdrug student card to get discount but well worth it. would make 12 blades £16.94 if my maths is correct?

For those interested,

Gillette Sensor 3 Disposable available in Wilko for half price

Sensitive - 4 pack for £2.50 (63p each)

http://www.wilko.com/content/ebiz/wilkinsonplus/invt/0332715/0332715_l.jpg

& Non-Sensitive 8 pack for £4.95 (62p each)

http://www.wilko.com/content/ebiz/wilkinsonplus/invt/0402966/0402966_l.jpg

k4mmy

​I just run the blade up my arm (opposite direction to shaving) several t … ​I just run the blade up my arm (opposite direction to shaving) several times and it does the trick too.



Yep, I used to do the same, also if you're wearing jeans then running it along them 3 or 4 times also works really well.

Blades are a very expensive item that people will spends hundreds of pounds on over the course of time yet not many people realise that you can drastically increase the lifespan of them with an incredibly minimal amount of effort. I only discovered the arm trick about 4 years ago, the jeans trick shortly after, and invested in the razorpit last year. Blades last so long now that I can't even remember the last time I bought a new pack.

TheHun6

Whilst in relative terms it's a hot deal (heat added) at £1.77 per blade, … Whilst in relative terms it's a hot deal (heat added) at £1.77 per blade, this is still extortionate on Gillette's part as the real cost of manufacturing these blades is around 10p or let's be generous and increase this 20p. As with printer cartridge exploitation, we as the consumer should not be tolerating this. For this reason I will be sticking to supermarket brands.



​i bet you're fun at parties

at least someone knows their accounting onions.

cgap

20% student discount in-store too. think you have to register for a … 20% student discount in-store too. think you have to register for a superdrug student card to get discount but well worth it. would make 12 blades £16.94 if my maths is correct?


All you need to flash is your NUS card

A ridiculous price for plastic landfill.
I'll stick with DE, shave and save.

rossington

Yep, I used to do the same, also if you're wearing jeans then running it … Yep, I used to do the same, also if you're wearing jeans then running it along them 3 or 4 times also works really well.Blades are a very expensive item that people will spends hundreds of pounds on over the course of time yet not many people realise that you can drastically increase the lifespan of them with an incredibly minimal amount of effort. I only discovered the arm trick about 4 years ago, the jeans trick shortly after, and invested in the razorpit last year. Blades last so long now that I can't even remember the last time I bought a new pack.



rossington

Yep, I used to do the same, also if you're wearing jeans then running it … Yep, I used to do the same, also if you're wearing jeans then running it along them 3 or 4 times also works really well.Blades are a very expensive item that people will spends hundreds of pounds on over the course of time yet not many people realise that you can drastically increase the lifespan of them with an incredibly minimal amount of effort. I only discovered the arm trick about 4 years ago, the jeans trick shortly after, and invested in the razorpit last year. Blades last so long now that I can't even remember the last time I bought a new pack.



Have to agree you may lose the lubrication strip ( but that goes anyway ..and it aint all that) but you will get a tleast a couple of weeks use out of each blade. Ensure you you this every day before you shave.

Where's the best place to buy a Fusion handle? I've had a load of blades for years but cannot find the handle, which seems an odd fitting.

mcek

A ridiculous price for plastic landfill.I'll stick with DE, shave and … A ridiculous price for plastic landfill.I'll stick with DE, shave and save.


People can get months with their multi blades. I get about 3 good shaves with a feather - then landfill.

guttediam

Smoking HOT! Bought Mach3 after using Fusion for years & no Match Smoking HOT! Bought Mach3 after using Fusion for years & no Match nice find Op



​mach 3 blades are on this deal. works out £16 for 12 blades. I had 20% student discount too so less than £13 for 12 isn't bad!
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