It gets a lot of love on this forum so I tried one and found it a bit mild. It's good if you're in a hurry and want to look clean shaven, rather than feel clean shaven.Anyone used these? Im looking for something for those extra early rush mornings.
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I agree - great for a quick shave and I also take it on holiday, but somehow I usually get a few weepers when I use it and I cannot for the life of me understand how I manage to do that. It is really mild, I feel like it should be hard to go wrong. I imagine if I used it regularly I would find the knack to avoid this issue. I rarely have a problem with de, but I use them all the timeYep! Huge fan! It's the one razor I take on holiday and the one razor I reach for when I just want a no-frills shave, close enough to look respectable, not too close as to cause potential irritation and no way you'll nick yourself.
I like both, but the Guard is more versatile. The Bic is generally good for one or two days of stubble. If more than a week's worth of whiskers, then I'll use the Guard - it really excels at mowing down longer growth.I was in Sainsbury's the other day and noticed they still do the Bic Orange Sensitive single blade disposables.
Anyone know how the Guard compares to them?