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Vitus Razor VR Road Bike 2018 40% Off £359.99 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
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Found 22 h, 32 m agoFound 22 h, 32 m ago
Good value for an entry-level road bike with Shimano Sora 9-Speed.
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lobolobotom

Feel your pain. I had a Scott CR1 £1k for about 2 months and it got stolen. Got this bike as a replacement and i love it. With time i have changed(not mentioning tyres and inner tubes): Saddle, back wheel, both v brakes, brake cables, bar tape and pedals. I'm doing 200km a week average so quite a distance for this bike to suffer. Nevertheless once washed feels like new

doely85

I purchased last year's model, decent bike for the money especially at this price, got it to get some more cycling miles in, as mountain biking is what I enjoy most, so didn't want to spend the earth. Own a high end Vitus mtb and was impressed by them so got the razor as well. Overall a good bike for the money, think it was the cheapest I could find with sora groupset. Have had no issues with it over 12 months/1000 miles. Great entry level bike

herrbz

They're also much better brakes and much better cyclists

ArthurDent1

It's rare to see disk brakes on a road bike (though that might start to change soon). They're more common on hybrids 9and standard on most modern mountain bikes). Disk brakes are better if you commute on muddy paths, rim brakes are fine if it's all on roads/surfaced paths (pads need replaced a bit more often though).

ebble

Professional road racers all use 'pincer' rim brakes and they descend mountains at frightening speeds. So they should be OK for your commute.

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TRY THE GILLETTE PROGLIDE FLEXBALL RAZOR SIMPLY PAY £1.99 P&P @ Gillette
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Refreshed 22nd JunRefreshed 22nd Jun
This popped up on my twitter TL, seemed like a good deal, I've ordered see how it goes.
machomansavage

IMO the Mach 3 is far more superior than this "successor" less blades less irritation less blades more spacing between. This thing get clogged very fast. Try de shaving guys blades work out cheap as 5 pence per blade

Ripperoo

Easier going to the self scanner in Morrisons. I even used 4 out of date vouchers as well as the 4 valid vouchers that I received. ;)

Dave777

Whenever I try and pay it says The page has expired due to inactivity. Please refresh and try again. ?

antismtc1

Good point, and btw I wasn’t trying to be disrespectful so I apologise if it came across that way

kwl147

I'd camelcamelcamel this links to the products to make sure you aren't paying anymore than you should.

Vitus Razor Road Bike 2018 30% Off £349.99 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
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Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
Cracking deal on an entry level road bike. 9/10 in cycling weekly review. http://www.cyclingweekly.com/reviews/road-bikes/vitus-razor
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smoggiec

Does anyone know if this comes with pedals?

Bertz99

But yet you have cherry picked the Brompton whilst ignoring the Farley which was the fork and not carbon - or how about the Genesis steel fork recall. As to this being carbon but your context was taking advise from a friend that engineers carbon bikes as stated not to buy used without scanning. Is this a used bike that you are buying second hand? Are you supplying your own bias? Are you failing to give the full picture including Carbons very strong positives? The Design and engineering is everything - differing materials have different properties and the engineering of that material is the key to its success. It is easy enough to state the various different properties for carbon, steel, the alloys (6xxx and 7xxx used in biking) and even titanium. However, we have already done this cycle and I understand you don't like carbon - personally I like my steel, aluminium and carbon bikes in different ways for different uses as they are engineered differently to cope with. Even what is considered the worse, most brittle material and quickest to fatigue you can see being pushed way beyond the bounds of anything you would be capable of (big boned or not) when engineered accordingly.

bonzobanana

Brompton recall was for a bottom bracket wasn't it or was there more than that. I make the point about carbon because if you park the bike up and then come back to find it has been knocked over etc it may internally be damaged. It just isn't durable and may not be ideal for an everyday bike dropping into potholes on occasion. That is the point I'm making you are sacrificing safety for performance and lightness. Sometimes you read threads and reads like people view it as safe and strong as steel or aluminium but it isn't. My understanding is this bike does have a carbon fork so carbon durability and safety is pretty much on topic. Many manufacturer's give a lifetime warranty on steel or aluminium frames and forks but only a short guarantee on carbon forks like 2 years. This varies by manufacturer but its common to see this.

Boopop

Yeah, it's a shame that they haven't been able to match the T3 since. They should have just kept that model going really and upgraded it to claris. It still would have been good value if they'd upped it by £50 to match the Merlin PR7 (also now out of production :( ).

Bertz99

Maybe useful in a discussion on used second hand carbon bikes, as whilst we could be cyclic going around that you do not like carbon whilst I sit on the other side of the fence - design, engineering and implementation of all materials is the most important e.g. Farley 6 fatboy/Brompton folding bikes all had huge recalls and are not using carbon (counter wise spesh and bianchi had a huge number of carbon fork recalls) - but time to get this thread back to the OP context.in the consideration of these new bikes.

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Venus simply razors £1 @ asda instore
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Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
Now £1 from £1.80 asda hunts cross Liverpool
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machomansavage

Cold. Get a men's razor their superior

JustinGabriel

sigma

Hi @JustinGabriel can we just check item description as the (blue) 2 blade are showing online reduced from £1.80 to £1 but the pink 3 blades are still showing as £3.90 :) https://groceries.asda.com/search/Simply Venus

Wilkinson Sword Hydro 5 razor with 13 blades £14.99 Wilkinson Sword
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Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
Special father's day price on this set. I've been waiting on this offer for a while, was hoping it was for the new hydro 5 sense but these are good.
ceebs

Just go on amazon £19.99 for a superb QShave adjustable razor and a tenner for 100 Astra superior blades with shaving stick thrown in. You will not get a better shave.

Father-Jemima-Racktool

Cheers big ears!

McNabFish

Blades: amazon.co.uk/dp/B00CK7NQ8Y/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_qkaiBb5FTZZ4B Razor: amazon.co.uk/dp/B00NEVYV66/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_jmaiBbJGT9413 Not the original commentator, but easily done as seen above, with money to spare (y)

Father-Jemima-Racktool

Link?

sam_of_london

Gillette proglide is best. It feels like hurting if I try to use one of these . Have so many of these from previous deals listed here but don't like them now even if free.

Wilkinson Sword Hydro mens razor RTC was £6.50 now £1.63 @ Morrisons (Yeadon)
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LocalLocalFound 11th JunFound 11th Jun
At my local Morrisons (Yeadon) they had several Wilkinson Sword Hydro mens razors reduced to clear on the shelf. Didn't but any myself, but seemed a pretty decent price to me! Inst… Read more
McNabFish

You have to have a close look and see which way your neck hairs grow. Mine grow outwards towards my ears, so shaving across makes it a lot better. Quick passover with an alum block and jobs a goodun!

machomansavage

Yeah tried for months trying to learn de shaving and gave up. Neck was cut to pieces,

McNabFish

There were about 7/8 of them left on the shelf earlier.

McNabFish

I use a DE razor so no use to me sadly, but a bargain for those that use cartridge razors (y)

machomansavage

These and mach 3 r by dar the best cartride razors I've tried

Your Shave Box including handle + 1st blade refill for only £3 (cancel any time) @ Bic Shave Club
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Found 9th JunFound 9th Jun
Fresh blades delivered regularly to your doorstep! Choose how often your blades are delivered 14 days to try the product Easily modify your subscription TRIAL OFFER £3 Free s… Read more
machomansavage

I second this. Fusion and proglide are awful. Best cartridge razor out their is a Mach 3 or hydro 5 wilkinson sword. But DE shaving is above all of these

machomansavage

And stropping them up a old pair of jeans. My old razor head was 17 months old before I discarded it by doing this. Keep the blades sharp

machomansavage

Or learn how to use a DE safety razor, their better than any cartridge razor

tawse57

Thanks. I will keep an eye out for a bottle.

eslick

You must be doing something seriously wrong no one else would say that. :( I have tough beard one shave with a disposable is all I manage, 3 weeks or more with a fusion.

Try Harry's for free—just cover delivery (£3.95) - Includes a Truman Razor with a Blade, Foaming Shave Gel, and a Travel Blade Cover. Lasts about 2 weeks @ Harry's
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Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
As soon as you get your trial box, cancel the subscription (y) Includes a Truman Razor with a Blade, Foaming Shave Gel, and a Travel Blade Cover. Lasts about 2 weeks.
eslick

If you use a razor and hotukdeals you should never be paying more than a fiver for fusion blade, and after the trial the price of these guys get up to fusion prices good if you want it delivered, don’t use this site or keep an eye on amazon vouchers.

o0bean0o0head0o

From my experience the rubber bits that let the head flex are too soft you end up holding the back of the head with your finger

Harefoot

worked for me on chrome

Liam_Wright

for me it is

Liam_Wright

£4 delivery, but good deal

Venus ComfortGlide Spa Breeze razor £3.99 at Boots
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Wrap your skin in comfort with Comfortglide Spa Breeze women’s razor with white tea scent. Flexible moisture bars release light body butters, allowing the razor to glide seamlessly… Read more
machomansavage

Have a look at the Mach 3 deal for a £10er in asda. Comes with 12 blades. You'll honestly never look back at a women's razor again. Best shave for your legs honestly

viniteng

Have to agree on that. Maybe not a deal then... silly me !

machomansavage

Huh? This hasn't gotten barely any heat. Idiot

viniteng

And you get a life

viniteng

Maybe but be careful :D

Gillette Fusion ProGlide Styler 3-in-1 (Shave, Trimm, Edge), £10.48 at Superdrug
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Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Gillette Fusion ProShield Flexball Men's Razor at £5.98 Waterproof trimmer with Gillette’s best blades (first 4 blades) in one precision tool for face or body - Trim with Braun… Read more
AJStylesP1

Is this ok for groin area

furiousjammin

had one of these for 5 or 6 years. Fantastic bit of kit. Im a bit of a lazy shaver and after 3 or 4 days its too long for the electric shaver, and it hurts with a wet shave razor as i have thick coarse hair it pulls. I use the trimmer function on this to relly cut away most of the hair and then im ready for a quick eletric shave or a wet shave that doesnt hurt. Great bit of kit.

mizan5

Ordered Thanks OP! (highfive)

First hassle free shaving kits for £3.95 saving £10 with O2 Priority at ffs.co.uk
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Subscription box brand Friction Free Shaving, for womens razors/shaving. Giving O2 customers a trail kit for 3.95 with free engraving. usually £14. Here's what the site says: "S… Read more
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cb-uk

Better off with Dorco - far cheaper and better quality. They are also the white-label producer of Sainsbury's own brand razor blades ;)

bradevosprint

Says it's a "trail kit", must be for having a shave on the move lol

cakeh

FFS! (lol)

mcek

ffs..... says it all.

Razor e90 electric scooter £73.99 @ ebay argos
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Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Colour blue. Not sure how many in stock. Free delivery. Thought it a decent price so worth posting. If anyone knows of cheaper feel free to post a link in the comments
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maxmix

I've met Scooter a few times..... Baxxter's the man ;) maxmix

Hardawan

No Full HD? Or HDR i should say now days

Mrswitch

No band 20, no thin bezels, no deal, voted cold. ;)

Merkur 34C Heavy Duty Classic Double Edge Safety Razor w/10 free blades + free sample £28.91 delivered @ The shaving shack
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Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
This is a great deal if you want one of the best safety razors around. Normally ~£35 for the razor only. This deal gives you the Merkur HD 34C + 10 Bluebeard Revenge blades for £… Read more
machomansavage

Thanks man just cant get the concept

dmm1000

From the "Instructions for Usage" section of a well reviewed razor on Amazon - sums it up perfectly "Instructions For Usage " No Pressure: These razors are not designed to be bullied into the beard or skin. In fact, doing such will undoubtedly lead to bleeding or irritation. Instead, double edges should gently glide across the face, and even with light pressure, will adeptly remove stubborn stubble. Change The Angle: Double edge razors should move across the beard area at an angle of approximately 30 degrees. Shaving should commence slowly and carefully with short, light strokes in the direction of hair growth. Since hair grows in different directions on every man, make sure to take note of your specific hair direction prior to shaving. That said, obviously no slicing or side-to-side motion. Stretch The Skin: More so than with multi-blade cartridges, double edge razors do their best work on skin that is held taut. So, when taking passes on the cheeks or neck, use that free hand to stretch these areas.

dmm1000

the correctly angled blade as it begins it's downward stroke (aided by a super slick lather of shave cream) will need the gentlest of downward pressure from yourself which in combination with the weight of the blade will achieve a successful shave I found really HEAVY razors with long handles suit me best - currently use a Edwin Jagger Head on a Parker 26C Handle

cantbRssed1

Only one stroke per shave. Ie if you have taken the soap off with the first stroke, and still have stubble don't be tempted to do another stroke, finish your shave, then soap up again. Easiest way to get cuts or burn with a DE is double stroking once the soap is gone. Decent soap makes a hell of a difference as well. I use proraso (I think that's what it's called). I also use their post shave Balm (stuff that comes in a white glass jar) as a pre shave lubricant.... Smells lovely as well

djbenny1

Thanks for the oil recommendation. As it happened I just ran out of cream and hadn't gotten around to buying any so I picked up a little bottle of oil and Tesco and had a shave when I got home. Closest shave I've had with my razor to date and no cuts even with the feather blades. I did wonder for a long time if I was making up my foam properly, I guess the answer is no! The oil is very convenient so I will definitely alternate between the 2!

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