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8-Pack of Gillette Fusion Proglide Manual Cartridges EXPIRED

jsweetksu 191 February 18, 2013 at 02:30 AM in Health & Beauty (5) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 02-18-2013 at 06:56 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 8-Pack of Gillette Fusion Proglide Manual Cartridges for $20.54 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free. Thanks jsweetksu
  1. Click here to clip $3 coupon
  2. Click here to clip $4 coupon
  3. Click 8-Pack of Gillette Fusion Proglide Manual Cartridges and check out via Subscribe and Save
  4. Total should be $28.99 - 5% Subscribe and Save - $3 coupon - $4 coupon = $20.54 w/ free shipping.
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This seems like a good price on the ProGlide razors for $2.50/a razor. I'm not sure it's supposed to work like this but I was able to clip a $4.00 coupon on the 8 count cartridge page and the $3.00 coupon on the 6 count cartridge page and when I actually purchased the 8 count both coupons were deducted along with Subscribe & Save.

6 count:
http://www.amazon.com/Gillette-Fu...ion+blades

8 count:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...duct_title

Item(s) Subtotal: $28.99
Shipping & Handling: $0.00
Promotion applied: -$1.45
Your Coupon Savings: -$4.00
Your Coupon Savings: -$3.00
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Total before tax: $20.54
Estimated tax to be collected: $1.78
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Grand Total: $22.32

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#61
Preshave oil saves my face from any irritation (oil +shaving cream), and these razors are amazing and quick!
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#62
you people still buy these expensive ass things? I use a straight razor or dorco razors. $25 bucks will secure you way more than you can use.

http://www.dorcousa.com/sxa5040-6...artridges/

6 x 6 = 36 blades for $25. I use these daily. And yea, gilette can go kick rocks. Never i mean NEVER buying any of their crap again.
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#63
I shave 6-7 times per week, and I don't feel any real difference between the power and manual cartridges. I do need the power handle though, I feel a big difference in comfort with the vibrating blade.

Dry your blades thoroughly and they will last for months. When I first learned about this I tested it and used a single blade for an entire year, starting January 1st, and it wasn't until November I thought about changing it. Now I change it out every 4 months or so, but keeping it dry keeps it a comfortable shave.
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Quote from spl152db View Post :
you people still buy these expensive ass things? I use a straight razor or dorco razors. $25 bucks will secure you way more than you can use.

http://www.dorcousa.com/sxa5040-6...artridges/

6 x 6 = 36 blades for $25. I use these daily. And yea, gilette can go kick rocks. Never i mean NEVER buying any of their crap again.
I've seen people mention these here before and looked into them. If they put out a power handle like the Gillette I'll gladly give it a try, but I really need that. When my battery dies mid-shave I go from reasonable comfort to near pain. My beard is thick and tough and the vibration makes a big difference for me.
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Quote from BlueBeard View Post :
I've seen people mention these here before and looked into them. If they put out a power handle like the Gillette I'll gladly give it a try, but I really need that. When my battery dies mid-shave I go from reasonable comfort to near pain. My beard is thick and tough and the vibration makes a big difference for me.
ok turns out the blades are proprietary to the handles, but a little duck tape and a trip to your local adult store to get a "bullet" would solve your issue. and probably be cheaper than buying a gillette handle.
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Item(s) Subtotal: $28.99
Shipping & Handling: $0.00
Promotion applied: -$4.35
Your Coupon Savings: -$4.00
Your Coupon Savings: -$3.00
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Total before tax: $17.64
Estimated tax to be collected: $1.46

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Grand Total: $19.10
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In for one for my Hubby...Thx
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#68
Got it from drugstore.com. $19.54+tax for 8 packs. And it qualifies for the chase freedom 5% category Smilie
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Thanks
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Quote from spl152db View Post :
you people still buy these expensive ass things? I use a straight razor or dorco razors. $25 bucks will secure you way more than you can use.

http://www.dorcousa.com/sxa5040-6...artridges/

6 x 6 = 36 blades for $25. I use these daily. And yea, gilette can go kick rocks. Never i mean NEVER buying any of their crap again.

Thanks for the link. Since I can't find my powerglide handle for some reason, I'll give this system a try. I liked the fact that the powered powerglide version helped vibrate the blades made shaving very very easy compared to the manual version. Since these dorco's are manual, we'll get to see how these 6 blades compare.

Quote from spl152db View Post :
ok turns out the blades are proprietary to the handles, but a little duck tape and a trip to your local adult store to get a "bullet" would solve your issue. and probably be cheaper than buying a gillette handle.

LMAOLMAOLMAOLMAOLMAO Oh man, the wonders of certain inventions.
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#71
I tried DE shaving (I think I got this exact razor) but found that no matter what I did, I got more irritation and less of a close shave than with these cartridges. I know people on B&B, for example, like to rag on cartridge shaving, but for me, the DE shaving sucked.

Quote from martymvpturco View Post :
Double edge shaving is the only way to go, IMO.

Grab this Merkur Classic Razor off Amazon: http://amzn.com/B002A8JO48

And a pack of 100 blades: http://amzn.com/B001QY8QXM

For $50, you get enough razors to last you a couple of years, a MUCH better shave, and bragging rights to your friends that you shave the old fashioned way!

Shaving is a lost art that has become a rushed part of our morning routine instead of a time to pamper yourself.

I recently made the switch to DE wet shaving and will never go back! Shaving has actually become fun for me. I really enjoy building my own lather using the bowl and badger hair brush.

If anything, atleast get yourself a $20-$30 badger brush and start using that to apply your lather. It will raise the hairs on your face up and give you a better shave.
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#72
To each their own. I get a much better shave with much less irritation with these Proglide cartridges than with a DE blade.

Quote from spl152db View Post :
you people still buy these expensive ass things? I use a straight razor or dorco razors. $25 bucks will secure you way more than you can use.

http://www.dorcousa.com/sxa5040-6...artridges/

6 x 6 = 36 blades for $25. I use these daily. And yea, gilette can go kick rocks. Never i mean NEVER buying any of their crap again.
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#73
Bought half a dozen mach 3 razors an year ago. No scope for new ones for another year or so.
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#74
Thanks OP! Not sure what was so different on mine, but it came out to $17.64. Maybe because I have other S&S items already.

Item(s) Subtotal: $28.99
Shipping & Handling: $0.00
Promotion applied: -$4.35
Your Coupon Savings: -$4.00
Your Coupon Savings: -$3.00
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Total before tax: $17.64
Estimated tax to be collected: $0.00
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Grand Total: $17.64
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Quote from spl152db View Post :
you people still buy these expensive ass things? I use a straight razor or dorco razors. $25 bucks will secure you way more than you can use.

http://www.dorcousa.com/sxa5040-6...artridges/

6 x 6 = 36 blades for $25. I use these daily. And yea, gilette can go kick rocks. Never i mean NEVER buying any of their crap again.
This looks to me a good one. Gonna give it a try. Thanks!
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