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Razorpit – sharpen your razor blades, save money and save the planet

Razorpit

Razorpit is a razor blade sharpener which apparently maintains the sharpness of your used blades by ‘removing excess oils…and other residues’. The blurb claims you’ll get up to 150 shaves with one blade, and it will even sharpen disposable shaver blades.

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More than 600 million dudes (and presumably dudettes as well) use razor blades which means a lot of blades in the trash, so if this Danish designed tool can really help cut down that number it’s got to be a good thing for the environment. The product is priced at $25.00 in the US and equivalent elsewhere. [Via]

 

 Razorpit sharpens your razor blades by removing excess oils, hair, skin and other resides left on the fine edge of the blade after every shave. It is these difficult-to-remove residues that make the blade feel dull. Friction against the patented Razorpit silicone surface takes this hard-to-remove residue off the edge of the blade and leaves the razor clean and sharp for your next shave. It’s like shaving with a fresh blade everyday.

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


  • Hmm, last for 150 shaves? not bad.. Lets see if it really works..

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