HeadBlade has been on the market since 1999, but bald guys or men with thin hair have yet to be totally convinced they need a head-shaving specific grooming gadget. Some guys resist it all together and others have tried it and say they don’t like it. According to their official website, 9 million HeadBlades have been sold, which means they work for some people and suggests that others might just need to become more familiar with the kind of grooming offer.
If you’ve tried it before and passed on it, now might be the perfect time to give it another chance. The HeadBlade ATX All Terrain Razor is the latest version available, one that was completely redesigned to improve upon common complaints and limitations of the previous HeadBlade Sport Razor.
The design process of the HeadBlade ATX incorporated over a decade of market research and feedback. A unique spring action device helps eliminate the knocks and cuts that are common when shaving your own head. The HB4 Blade Cartridge advances the pivot and versatility of the HeadBlade, which makes it a useful tool for manscaping.
Another reason to put HeadBlade to the test is because of their commitment to the cause. While the ATX can function as an all-body hair razor, shaving a head is its intended purpose and creating the perfect razor for that procedure is what they’re hoping to perfect. It’s the greater mission of HeadBlade.
All grooming products and devices require a little education. Just like you’d want to study the newest tool for suspension training or the latest home brewing kit, you’re going to need to familiarize yourself with how it works before trying it on yourself.
And for that kind of educational stimulation, you can just watch this guy on YouTube use his HeadBlade ATX for almost 19 minutes.
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