SOCIAL MEDIA SAVVY MARKETING AND GREAT PRODUCT DESIGN DREW ME IN, BUT THE SHAVE EXPERIENCE LEFT ME WANTING.
If you spend any amount of time on Facebook, or listen to any podcast even remotely technology oriented, than you most likely have seen an ad for Harry’s, an upstart razor and shaving product company. Harry’s pitch is pretty simple. “Should an 8-Pack of Quality Blades Really Cost 32 Dollars? Harry’s, Worth the Switch.”
The cost of razors is outrageous, and I cringe every time I have to buy them. I’ve resorted to buying the mega-pack at Costco because that’s the only way to get the cost-per-razor blade into a price point even remotely palatable. Even then, I hold my nose while swiping my credit card. I’ve been checking out Harry’s for a while now, so when I was running low on my stock of Gillette Fusion razors, I was wiling to give Harry’s try.