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HeadBlade Head Shaving Razor, 1 each


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  • The best way for someone to shave their own head
  • Head shaving is now a widely accepted alternative to other hair loss solutions
  • HeadBlade is compatible with blades sold by Gillette, Schick, Noxzema & Old Spice brands
  • Ideal holiday season or speacial gift
  • It can be used as a regular razor also
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HeadBlade Head Shaving Razor, 1 each + Headslick Shave Cream 8 Oz
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Directions
Lead with the blade. Keep back pad in contact with scalp. Do not put any pressure on blade.

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Product Description

Size: Pack of 1

Ultimate head shaving razor. Ten best designs of 2000 (Time magazine). You have the look. Now get the blade. '00 Industrial Design Efficiency Awards (Silver).

Product Details

Size: Pack of 1
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000635YY
  • UPC: 690623500003
  • Item model number: 50000
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,211 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

It takes some time getting use to using this product.
rob
Alas shaving with a two blade razor is like stepping back to the 1980's.
Poetrylover
Secondly, this was the first time I have ever cut my head shaving.
David McBee

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By "bca_95gsx" on April 21, 2004
Size Name: Pack of 1
Perfect angle, low occurrence of nicks, easy to use, and FAR less expensive to keep supplied with fresh blades than my Mach 3. Uses Atra blades which is a more basic design, but same blade tech (only 2 blades however). Took some time to get the hang of it, but now it's very easy and quick. Excellent product at a very fair price. Highly recommended.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Wakka on April 10, 2006
Size Name: Pack of 1
OK, some of the reviews here were either written by guys who are a little mentally challenged, or they didn't read the instructions.

1 - Don't push DOWN. This will cut you way too close and cause head-bleeding galore. You push the plastic nub in the BACK of the razor down to make contact with your head and then push FORWARD to shave. I scalped myself somewhat on the first use because I was new to the concept, plus the brand-new blade was sharp. One bonus is that blades last a looong time with this product, and I actually get great shaves even with dull blades.

2 - This razor uses Atra blades for a reason. The blades are spaced farther apart to allow the cut hairs and shaving cream to FLOW THROUGH the razor and not clog it. Shaving my head with a triple-blade thingy is just not as good for this.

3 - Don't use gunky shave cream or gel that clogs. Using the headslick product (or shampoo, or body wash, or ...) gives you a light lubricant that makes the shaving easy and doesn't clog your blade.

NEGATIVES -

The blade mounting adaptor is primitive, and made of a rather flimsy plastic. It holds up OK, but I can see the day coming when it will break. At that point maybe the company will send me a new model. This is what knocks it down to 4 stars.

The ring doesn't fit my finger very well, but they say on their website that you can heat it up with a hair dryer (for example) and bend it to suit your taste. I may get around to doing this one of these days.

I guess my biggest endorsement is that I'd rather go out and buy new blades for this than return to shaving my head with one of the other many razors I have. It just works better and isn't as clumsy as using a handled-razor.
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30 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Vivek Hurry on November 13, 2006
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Faced with a trend that made no economic sense - pay my barber more each time to cut less hair - I was toying for a long time with the urge to do a full Monty on my pate. The only thing that kept putting me off was the old wives' warning of less hair to comb but more face to wash. That and the logistical problem of how to get it all off ergonomically without actually scalping myself with a cut-throat razor, contorting my arm into a pretzel with a safety razor or vibrating my little grey cells into porridge with an electric razor. I had heard rumors of the HeadBlade but had never seen one during all my travels. A friend assured me that it wasn't an urban legend, so I jumped onto Amazon to look for it, found it in about 2 seconds and ordered it.

When it arrived, I gingerly inspected it and resolved to try it out. I did so, with mixed results the first time. It's all in the wrist work and the pressure. Since then I've used it about 5 times - once a week is all I need - and now thoroughly swear by it. Not a nick to show for my efforts and my kids enjoy kissing my bald pate. I've got myself two packs of replacement blades and a bottle of HeadSlick and am thoroughly enjoying my freedom from hair slavery.

Ever wonder why all the smart aliens in the sf movies are bald? It's natural evolution and HeadBlade just helps you evolve to the next plane of existence. Smoothly.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Asher R. Kent on February 25, 2006
Size Name: Pack of 1
I was just given one as a gift and used it today. I can see it will take a little getting used to so I took it slow and easy. You don't use a lot of short strokes like a regular razor. Long strokes are what works best while using little pressure.

I got a very close shave although I need some practice to get the sides good.

They only negative that made me give it a 4 instead of 5 is the cartridge mounting system. There is no button to release the cartridge. You must carefully push it to the side too free one of the clips then pull it from the HB. The mounting bracket is plastic and will break with repeated use. Of course they sell replacements on the website but they charge $5.50 for THREE!

Kinda shady but good product otherwise.

Side note: There website says the new Rolex model ships with Gillete Sensor mounting clips. I plan on calling them to see if they can sell me some of those so I can use a better cartridge. They're not listed on the website.
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22 of 28 people found the following review helpful By JBGoode on May 31, 2004
Size Name: Pack of 1
I just threw out my Headblade. I used it for about 6 months. 95% of the time it worked great...it's the other 5% that was hard to take. If you have a perfectly round head, you should be okay. But, if you have any scars, mesquito bits, etc., lookout! ...because the headblade will remove them and it is quite messy and it hurts! What I have found works best is a Panasonic electric razor or if you want a really smooth shave, just use a Gillette Ultra...I have never been cut using either of these.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By David M. on September 18, 2005
Size Name: Pack of 1
I had really terrible results with this product. I have been shaving my head daily for almost 3 years now with a normal razor. I thought I'd try the head blade because some people are so enthusiastic about it. But after using head blade, I've got literally hundreds of tiny nicks and cuts on my head that are quite visible and painful. Plus about 4 or 5 of nicks that are big enough that they took about 1/2 hour to stop bleeding.

I NEVER had such bad results with my ordinary razor, even when I was completely new at shaving my head. And now that I have developed my technique with it, I rarely get any nicks at all and I get an extremely smooth close shave.

If it is possible to learn how to use this product to get a close shave and not cut yourself up, I won't be doing the work to find out. I've already thrown away my head blade. There's just not enough potential benefit to risk more butchering.

But if you want to try it out, I very seriously recommend starting to use it only when you've got a few days to heal from a severly nicked up scalp. I made the mistake of doing it on Sunday night, so I'll have to go to work tomorrow with an ugly, injured head.
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