Today I am looking at a gadget for the bathroom called the Razorpit that is for men and women. The device promises to clean and sharpen razor blades so they last longer.
The device is a holder with a silicon surface for cleaning and sharpening. The maker clams 150 shaves from a single disposable razor when used with the Razorpit.
Review excerpt: "Just about every guy and gal out there has to shave. The women shave their legs and guys shave faces typically. Razors aren’t cheap today and if you like to be green prolonging the number of shaves you get from your razor puts less waste into landfills and saves you money. Today I am looking at a nifty little gadget for the bathroom called the Razorpit. Read on for all of the details on the Razorpit." Read the full Razorpit review here.
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