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on April 20, 2017
I have been a loyal M3 user for many years. I've tried lots of different blades (Schick, Gillette, Harry's, generic, 2, 3 4, 5 blade, vibrating and i own a Braun Series 7)... due to the cost of M3... and nothing has been as good as M3 for my shave... I figured M3 must have been worth it after all.

Until now.

My first shave with a Rightfit M3 was today, and it was the best shave I've had in years. It feels a little different than M3. The razor seems to glide more than any I've ever used.

Today, I shaved one side with Harrys, the middle with a real M3, and the other side with the Rightfit. The Harrys side is itching (slight razor burn?). The Rightfit side feels great. The M3 part feels like what I'm accustomed to.

Don't tell Gillette... they would be crazy not to try to sue to stop Rightfit...

And don't tell Rightfit, either.... because they'll probably raise the price.
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on April 24, 2017
I've been using the first blade for just over 2 weeks. I don't normally shave on the weekend so lets say 12 shaves. Still going strong.
These are about 1/2 the price of the originals and giving me the same quality shave.

You can see in the photos, compared to the original, these Right Fit M3 cartridges are like comparing a GMC Gremlin to a Ferrari. On one hand the Ferrari is sleek, sporty, cool looking. The Gremlin is boxy, functional, awkward. When I need to go to the hardware store, either one will get me there and that's all I need.
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on August 5, 2017
These are not as good as the actual Mach 3 blades. They are thicker, they don't really have a nice fit onto the handle, they don't let the cut hair pass through as freely, the lube strips are a little... off. All that said, for the price, they do work and work well enough that I am not going to complain about those issues I mentioned earlier. Still I would jump at real Mach 3 blades if I could get them at a lower price.
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on April 7, 2017
Fits fine, feels fine , the only thing the debris needs to be flushed out from the front of the blades, there is too much structure on the back of the cartage obstructs water flow to flush out from the back
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on February 11, 2018
Now been using these for about 2 and a half months, I feel I have a pretty good idea of what they're like. They're...mostly okay.
They're certainly cheaper than Gillette Mach 3 replacements, that's for certain; they fit in a Mach 3 handle and for all intents and purposes will shave the hair from your skin. That said, there's two things I really can't stand about them:
1. there's guardrails on either side of the blade head, and those guardrails keep you from getting as close as I like. I have pretty light and fair facial hair (except where I'm going gray) so it's not that noticeable, but I can definitely feel the difference. Getting as smooth as I want means I have to shave the same space multiple times.
2. the slime rail. I know it's supposed to be some sort of soothing or anti-irritant lather strip, but it really just acts like a extoplasmic dispenser, and there'll be a long, snot-like thread of goo linking the razor and my upper lip.

For the money, these are probably on par with Gillette replacements; take the cost out of the equation and they're not even close. I probably won't buy these specific razor replacements again, but I'm also probably going to use them until I run out.
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on January 26, 2018
These last significantly longer than the Gillette brand. They keep their sharpness too. As a military sailor I shave everyday and just one of these razors has lasted me a month without any awkward burn or decreased effeciency.
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on June 15, 2017
I got these as a substitute for Mach3 Turbo blades. They aren't quite as sharp out of the box, but they stay sharp longer than the Gillette blades. These are a little bulkier, too, but that's easy to get used to. I shave my face every day and my head twice a week, and I've been using the same blade for 2 weeks. I used to use 3 Mach3 Turbo blades every three weeks. If they were the same price, I would probably go with the official Mach3 Turbo blades, but with these being so much cheaper, I'll keep buying these.
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on February 21, 2018
Better than Mach III? My first blade was goopy, just like the reviews said it would be. I use a powered handle, and the hinge on the blade is juuuuuusst loose enough to buzz and rattle. And these pups are BIG. The lube-strip is actually a vented box, instead of just printed on. It's a big'n. ;)

So a MONTH later, I was still on blade ONE. Man alive, do these things last! They take a couple shaves to fully 'break-in', but honestly- they provide a superior shave to the stock Gillette Mach3. I'm tickled pink- NO MORE $2 and $3 dollar blades, EVER!
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on September 12, 2017
Generally I'm happy with these blades. There are issues I had with them that I see other people have had.

Bulky frame around the blades can make it difficult to get into the nooks near your nose.
Lube strip is pretty gooey. It calms down after the first shave, though.
Lots of plastic on the back, making it a little more difficult to clean out while you're shaving.

Overall, though, I'm going to buy this again. The blades so far are as good or better than the name brand. There are a few troublespots around my face that the name brand never gets very well, and these do. And given that it's $20 for 15 blades, it's hard to beat the value.
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Edit: Added 1 star because they last just as long as the name bramd.

The razors are sharp and seem to be of good quality, but there are some critical design flaws that I just don't like and will not buy these again:

1) The cartridge is so bulky and the blades are so far from the edges of the cartridge that I have trouble getting into those tight spots such as under the nostrils, and around nose.
Edit: Still annoying but I got used to it. Not so bad.

2) the blades seem to be set back into the cartridge so its hard to get a close shave in the corners of my mouth and on my chin sometimes.

3) The lube strip oozes a ton of this snotty substance that goops up and it's kind of a bit much. Its so slick that it almost feels like it makes the blade glide over hairs as opposed to cutting them, but this might be my imagination.

4) it gets clogged easily after 2 days of not shaving as other reviewers have noted because the blades are closer together than the name brand, the angle is different, and there is a lot of plastic blocking the back.just have to rinse cartridge more often.

These are not that much less expensive than the name brand so I think I'll just go with those from now on.
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