Azor 5 Review
Azor 5 is the latest 5 blade razor to storm the streets. Informatively named, Azor 5 has 5 blades microscopically coated with a secret, friction reducing ingredient to minimise irritation whilst shaving.
I have to be honest when I say King of Shaves hasn’t really “flashed my grooming bulbs” in years gone by. The collection has taken a couple of years to find its feet and is gradually becoming a contender for the top spot. In favour of King of Shaves I must endorse the brands’ price points. Value for money is at the heart of the brand and the launch of Azor 5 brings affordable, good quality shaving products into the hands of “groomers” nationwide.
Azor 5 Review
Launching at the end of March 2011, Azor 5 is priced at just £5.99 and a set of 4 replacement cartridges will set you back just £4.99. In times gone by, King of Shaves have had the blades right but the logistics of use have proved inconvenient, accessing tricky areas just wasn’t possible. Azor 5 satisfies all the areas for development bring rounded edges to crop difficult growth, i.e. nasal hair! The blade offers a close shave and is incredibly smooth. In my opinion Azor 5 is King of Shaves’ champion product and is giving the other big players a real run for their money. Replacement blades are half the price of leading brands and in our opinion, they’re are just as effective. Great for hygiene, the razor handle is slightly curved so the blade will not make contact with any surfaces whilst idle. Big pat on the back to King of Shaves and a well deserved 9/10.
Best for: Performance, value for money and hygiene.
Needs improvement: struggling to find one….