December 8, 2008

This Just In - Razor Mate

razormate1.pngJudging by the amount of feedback we got for the Save A Blade, there's clearly a big market for products which prolong the life of disposable razors and cartridges. The Razor Mate is the latest entry in this category, and we just received one to try out. How does it work?

The Razor Mate uses a magnetic draw to remove the small contours in your blade. By simply placing your razor on the Razor Mate and letting the electro-magnetic pull go to work, your average blade life will increase by up to twenty times, keeping it straight and irritation free!

Now I have to admit I'm a little skeptical. Magnets? Really? But it turns out these aren't any ordinary magnets. They're NASA magnets.

Strategically aligned magnets within the Razor Mate are what keep your blade perfectly straight. John Hastie discovered this principle while working as a NASA engineer on magnetostriction.

My computer's spell-checker may think that magnetostriction isn't a word, but Wikipedia knows what it means. It probably used to work for NASA too.

We'll be trying out the Razor Mate over the next couple weeks on some old and used razors, and we'll report back soon. If you're interested in the meantime, the Razor Mate is $19.99 and comes with a "100% Money Back Satisfaction Guarantee".

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Posted by Russell Neufeld at December 8, 2008 8:39 AM
Recent Comments

I have used a very similar (the same) product for 10+ years. IT WORKS. A blade that would normally give a decent shave for a few days will last for several weeks using this product. I have been looking for one for my son for some time. Glad I found this site.

Posted by: Frank at December 21, 2008 3:41 PM

Looking forward to hearing what you guys think of this product. If it works it could be a popular item. I did some research on Save-a-Blade and a CNN research team tested it and tore it apart.

Posted by: Ed at December 12, 2008 9:24 PM
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