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Zen and the art of shaving

In search of the perfect razor


We may be a fun-loving lot here at Crave, but there are some things we take very seriously--like shaving. There have been a fair number of silly USB and other novelty razers on the market of late, but we'll have none of that, thank you.

We reserve our attention for substantive grooming hardware, or at least those products that claim to be, such as the "Axis" line of shavers. They promise the "closest shave yet," according to Cool Hunting, though we've all heard that before. But one thing we do appreciate is their promise of "ultra-quiet technology"--the last thing we need first thing is the morning is the loud buzzing noise of an electric razor. They also look good too, which is never a bad thing. After all, shaving is all about appearances, right?