Gillette's 'Waterless by Venus' razor for women also uses the Guard cartridge.However, their new Treo razor from earlier this year is now available at a very reasonable price. It is, as many know, merely their Guard razor, but with a handle full of shave goop.
I suspect this new razor shaves like the Sensor Excel. It certainly uses the same 'angle iron' flow through tech. The only difference is the comb- like spacer between the blades. That spacer seems to have taken its inspiration from the Gillette Guard too. There's some more goo around the edges too.
I think it will fit onto the Flexball handle. Other Fusion cartridges do.Looks interesting. They've dropped the Fusion flexball though. I was kind of hoping this would be the Fusion flexball design with less blades and cheaper carts (at least Wilkinson Sword with their Hydro give you the option of 3 or 5 blades per cart). Looks like you'll still pay a small fortune for the carts, and the cart itself looks rather chunky for just 2 blades. Not great for getting under one's nose.
I’ll give this a go it if fits on the Flexball handle. Yeah that would be good if it has the rear single blade. Wonder when we’ll see these for saleI think it will fit onto the Flexball handle. Other Fusion cartridges do.
I can't quite see if it's got the single blade on the back of the cartridge for shaping and sniping under the nose.
That's precisely what it is - a comb. It seems to be derived from the combs in the Gillette Guard razor, & here its purpose is to control the skin bulge while still allowing lubricant to reach the second blade.I ridged plastic sections remind me of the comb on an open comb razor...