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The New Super Razor

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Meet “superhydrophilic”

Bad news, shaving foam, it seems your days are numbered. King Of Shaves’ latest razor, the rather fetching Hyperglide you see here, requires just a splash of water to do its job. Yep, thanks to ‘superhydrophilic’ technology (us neither), this new gizmo boasts a water-activated cartridge that creates its own gel, gifting you almost hassle-free face fuzz-removal. In equally pleasing news, the Hyperglide will set you back just £9.99, and it’s available right now. Yes, now.

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