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Gillette Mach3 Razor 2 Count

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92 customer reviews

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  • MACH3 Razor Blades offer a closer shave*, up to 100% redness-free /*vs Sensor2 Disposable
  • MACH3 Razor Blades: Feel better than a brand new disposable* even after 10 shaves /*vs Sensor2 Disposable
  • MACH3 Razor Blades have a Microfin Skin Guard for a close shave and are individually spring mounted
  • MACH3 Razor blades have superior cartridge geometry* / *vs. Sensor2 Disposable
  • MACH3 Razor Blades have an advanced pivoting head* / *vs. Sensor2 Disposable

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Product Description

The razor that raised the blade count to three, the original MACH3 men’s razor, continues its legacy of close shaves. Each three-bladed MACH3 razor blade head offers a comfortable shave and lasts up to 30 days. Its Comfort Guard includes 5 soft Microfins to bring you a close, comfortable shave, while its Indicator Lubricating Strip fades to white to show when you are no longer getting an optimal shave. Still a trusted choice, the MACH3 continues to give men around the world a great start to their day.

At A Glance
  • Three High-Definition Blades
  • Comfort Guard
  • Indicator Lubricating Strip
What's In The Box
  • One Men's Razor
  • Two Razor Blade Heads

Features & Benefits

Advanced 3-Blade Technology
Specifically positioned to extend gradually closer to your beard and shave progressively closer in a single stroke.

Comfort Guard
Five Microfins follow the contour of your face for a closer shave.

Indicator Lubricating Strip
Fades to white when you’re no longer getting an optimal shave.

Ergonomic Handle
For added comfort and shaving control. All MACH3 razor blades can be used with all MACH3 handles.

Gillette Also Recommends:
  • Gillette Fusion ProGlide Sensitive Shave Gel
  • Gillette MACH3 Razor Blade Refills

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between a Gillette two-bladed disposable and a Gillette MACH3 razor?
The two-bladed Sensor disposable razor features a two-blade array combined with the control and maneuverability of an ergonomically designed handle to give you precision and convenience. However, the Gillette MACH3 has three blades progressively positioned to cut hair gradually closer. So, for every stroke you take, it takes three.

What’s the difference between a Gillette MACH3 and a Fusion?
The Gillette MACH3 has three blades progressively positioned to cut hair gradually closer, so, for every stroke you take, it takes three. However, the 5-Blade Shaving Surface Technology of Fusion has progressive blade geometry and a Flexible Comfort Guard for a more comfortable shave.

What are Microfins and what do they do?
The Gillette MACH3 razor features ultra-soft skin guards, consisting of five thinner, more flexible Microfins. These Microfins precede the blades and smooth out the skin before the first blade cuts the first hair. So you get a close, comfortable shave.

What does an Indicator Lubricating Strip do?
An Indicator Lubricating Strip is a thin strip that sits at the top of your razor, releasing lubricants over time, providing a great glide. When you are no longer getting an optimal shave, the Indicator Lubricating Strip fades to white, indicating that it might be time to change the blade.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.9 x 1.4 x 7.7 inches ; 3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000052YHS
  • UPC: 047400379800 047400179806
  • Item model number: Mach3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Lonnie E. Holder HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 15, 2007
I have used disposal razors (great when you have the facial hair of a teenager), electric razors (pretty good for a while, but the replacement blades are expensive), and several generations of Gillette razors. The Mach3 is the best yet, though I have yet to try the new Fusion razor.

Gillette makes all sorts of claims regarding the Mach3. I am unable to tell whether any of the claims have merit. I can tell you that the blades, though expensive, last a long time for me. I have moderately tough facial hair. The old disposable razors gave me a few days of shaving and they were history. I have shaved up to two months with these razors and still got a good shave.

I have read that there are controversies about the value of three blades. I think the three blades help keep the razor at the optimum angle on my face for shaving. I do get a pretty good shave as well. I do use Edge Advanced Shave Gel in combination with my Gillette Mach3, which may help get me a better shave.

Most men in the United States shave, whether we like it or not. The Gillette Mach3 gives me the best and most consistent shave I have ever had. Until I find a better razor, the Mach3 is the one for me.

Enjoy!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Preston on October 11, 2012
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I've been using the Mach 3 since it came out when I was in college sometime in the early 90's. I don't need anything fancy and only have to shave every couple days or so. Gillette keeps adding things like batteries and more blades but who needs it? Keep it simple and do the job. This is a plus on both.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lab Girl on January 3, 2008
My fiance' got me hooked on using his razor after I forgot mine on a trip. I have to say it is the best and closest shave I've ever had. It didn't feel like I was scraping my skin off with my hair. Cost isn't so bad compared so some other shaving systems.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Eggplant on January 29, 2006
This is a really good razor, it always gives me a good shave (and I have pretty tough facial hair), so you know, it does its job well.

My only complaint is that yes, the blades are kinda pricey, but I usually combat that by not shaving so often. Come on, I'm a college student, I can be fuzzy. But this is a great razor, give it a try if you think you're a little rough. Sorry I can't go into too much more detail... but it's a razor. It does its job well, what else can I say?
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By The Hoopster on June 1, 2004
I grew up with cheap plastic disposable razors. A couple of years ago I tried the Mach 3 and I haven't turned back. Oh, I have tried a few other products, just to see if something was better. The Schick Quattro my wife gave me (after getting a coupon for a free one) found itself at the city landfill after 7 days.
I have a full, thick beard and fairly sensitive skin. This blade cleans my face perfectly and I find it extremely rare to suffer a nick or cut on my face. The handle is perfectly designed and bends to the contour of my face. The blades pop in and out easily.
One drawback is that the blades are just a bit pricy. But, the blades also last as long as three of the disposable blades I used to use. The moisturizing strip could last a little longer, but it isn't a major factor for me.
I gave this product a 5 because it is the best razor I have found. I will keep trying to use new razors to see if someone can beat it, but, until then, I am staying with the Mach 3.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Catrgt on August 21, 2012
the title says it all, Gillette makes one of the best razors out there!!. i tried various brands, the Mach 3 is the best!!. i personally think it's better than the pro-glide.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Editorguy on April 27, 2011
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I've been using the Mach3 for years and was surprised to find it still available. Great design, does a great job and blades are long lasting.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jim TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 1, 2012
I've tried many razors over the years including various electrics, and when I don't have a beard I always come back to the Mach3. The Mach3 was introduced by Gillette in 1998, and while I don't remember exactly when I bought a Mach3 set (or "system," i.e., a handle and two blades), it was probably in 1998 or 1999. Since then I've gone through a number of blades but have never replaced the handle, because I haven't had to.

I have a pretty tough beard and have to shave daily if I want (or feel obliged) to look clean shaven.

According to the current Wikipedia entry for the Mach3, the blades cost 9 cents to produce. I've read conflicting stories about the history of disposable razor blades and I'm not sure what to believe. But it seems to me that disposable razor blades and cartridge type blades in particular, like printer inks, are high profit margin items that deserve to be characterized as ripoffs. I recently tried using old fashioned double edge razors, the kind I stated with when I started shaving in the last sixties - I not only have my own old double-edge blade holder but have two even older ones that I inherited from my late dad - but as has always been my experience, I could not get through a shave without an annoying cut or two (and then I end up going out with little pieces of bloody tissue stuck to my face). If I thought I could get a clean, bloodless shave with a straight razor I'd go that route. Electric razors can be okay in a pinch but it takes too much time and effort for me to get a really clean shave with an electric, and even then it's never as clean as the shave I can get with a Mach3. (I discovered Aveeno shave gel a few years ago and though I don't have sensitive skin, I've found that it works better for me than any other gel or cream I've used.
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