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Gillette Fusion Manual Men's Razor Blade Refills, 12 Count

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  • I’m a DSC member, and it’s a gem. For years, I’ve spend at least $50 a month on Gillette razors. The razor industry is a scam, and I’m glad the Internet has competition to them.

    Three men, including one who worked at the South Boston Gillette factory, are accused of stealing Gillette razor blades and reselling them online in a scheme that raked in more than $200,000, according to the .

  • So a well-known and recognized organization, Gillette has gotten a sequence of razors that are being used these days to get a straight forward shaving without the worry of getting a cut. Some of the razor do not even need shaving lotions and other shaving items for shaving. Some of the illustrations of the new sequence of Gillette Razors are , M3Power Razor, and Gillette Venus which is the women edition of Mach3 blade blades.

    I love this product. I feel so much cleaner with my body hair shaved. (I do leave my "happy trail.") The Gillette Body Razor is quick, efficient and easy to use.

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  • So what's the big deal here exactly? Like I said before, it swivels. Whereas all other Gillette razors and, arguably, most razors on the market allow the blades to swivel back and forth a little bit, the new Gillette technology lets them swivel more. The movement is pretty similar to how your wrist works. One goal of this new mobility is to make shaving more effective. Supposedly, that means the new razor misses 20 percent fewer hairs and cuts stubble 23 microns shorter. That's about half the width of a human hair.

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BOSTON – Three Boston-area residents have been charged with conspiring to sell almost $209,000 worth of stolen Gillette razor blades on eBay.Mark S. Girardin, 43, of Randolph, Robert A. Liberatore, 51, of Wakefield, and Joseph Evangelista, 62, of Lowell, were indicted on charges of conspiracy to transport stolen property interstate. Liberatore and Girardin are also charged with one count of interstate transportation of stolen property.The defendants were arrested Monday and released following an initial appearance before U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge Judith Dein.The defendants are accused of stealing razor blades from the Gillette manufacturing facility in South Boston and selling them online. Evangelista allegedly stole new blades while employed at Gillette and delivered them to Liberatore and Girardin, who sold them on eBay under the business name “Cambridge Dedicated Services.”If convicted, the men face sentences up up to 10 years for interstate transportation of stolen property and five years for conspiracy. Both charges carry a fine of $250,000.