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Gillette Fusion Proglide Power Razor

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  • Turn shaving into gliding with the new Fusion ProGlide, Gillette's most comfortable shave yet
  • Thinner, finer blades have low resistance coating and optimal spacing to curve to the contours of your face
  • Larger Lubrastrip with improved formula enhanced with mineral oil for a smoother shave
  • Redesigned precision trimmer with anti-clogging rinse slots and exclusive MicroComb to help guide the hair to the blade
  • Includes microchip to maintain constant battery voltage for a consistent shave
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Gillette Fusion ProGlide Power

Technological innovation makes the Fusion ProGlide Power better than the Fusion Power. The razor features thinner, finer blades for less tug and pull.* The blade stabiliser maintains optimal blade spacing to allow the blades to adjust to the contours of your face. Plus, with the soothing effect of the power function, you will barely feel the blades.

*vs. Fusion

Features and benefits

5 blades

1. Thinner, finer blades*

5 blades with thinner edges* and a coating allow to users to cut effortlessly through hair.

*first four blades vs Fusion


2. Enhanced lubrastrip
The lubrastrip, infused with mineral oils, delivers water soluble lubricants to the skin for a smooth glide.

3. Microfins
Soft microfins help to stretch the skin ahead of the first blade.


4. Power function
The power function delivers soothing micropulses to reduce friction during the shave.

5. Ergonomic handle
Bigger and better handle grips* channel the water away to provide a secure grip when wet. *vs. Fusion

power function

6. Precision trimmer

The single blade built into the back of the cartridge allows users to shave tricky places like sideburns and under the nose.

Q and A Fusion ProGlide Power

How long will the Gillette Fusion ProGlide razor blades last?
How long razor blades last is dependent on many variables such as beard toughness and thickness, beard preparation, shaving habits, and skin sensitivity. The Gillette Fusion ProGlide reformulated Indicator Lubricating Strip (vs Fusion) will provide you with a visual cue - it fades to white when optimal shaving conditions have been reduced. When this happens, you might want to consider changing your razor blades to get an optimal shave.

How was the Precision Trimmer improved over the Fusion?
The blade was enhanced, and anti-clogging rinse slots were added.

What is the streamlined Comfort Guard with channels, and what are its benefits?
Gillette Fusion ProGlide features a streamlined Comfort Guard. The soft, flexible material surrounds the microfins, creating an outer edge that wraps around the sides of the razor blades and channels away excess shave prep, for optimal blade contact.

Will the Gillette Fusion ProGlide razor blades fit any other razors on the market?
The Gillette Fusion ProGlide razor blade head fits on any Gillette Fusion, Fusion Power, or Fusion ProGlide Power handle.

For best results, should the power be turned on or off when using the Precision Trimmer blade?
The Precision Trimmer Blade can be used with the power turned on or off. Using the Precision Trimer Blade with or without power is an individual choice.

Does movement of the razor give men a better shave?
The addition of oscillation to Gillette wet shaving systems has been shown to deliver a boost in shaving performance - the soothing micropulses help reduce friction and increase razor glide, which leads to greater comfort vs. manual razors.

What is the microchip, and how does it work?
A battery-powered razor delivers an optimal shave when the voltage and frequency remain consistent, shave after shave. Over the lifetime fo the battery, the voltage can weaken, reducing frequency and, therefore, performance. The microchip in the Gillette Fusion ProGlide Power maintains constant voltage and frequency over the lifetime of the battery, delivering consistent product performance every time you shave.

How does the low-battery indicator light work?
When a battery reaches a certain level, the oscillation frequency declines and the system is no longer capable of delivering the optimal shave. The microchip inside the Gillette Fusion ProGlide Power senses when the battery is approaching this level. When this happens, the low-battery indicator light begins to flash, signaling that it's time to change the battery.

What's the automatic shutoff feature?
The automatic shutoff feature turns the razor off after roughly 8 minutes of continuous operation. This feature protects the battery if the Fusion ProGlide Power razor is accidentally activated, which comes in especially handy during travel.

What type of battery does Gillette Fusion ProGlide Power men's razor use? How long does it last?
Similar to the MACH3 Sensitive, the Gillette Fusion ProGlide Power uses an AAA battery. With the low-battery indicator light, Gillette Fusion ProGlide Power will let you know when it's time to change the battery. Assuming average shaving, the battery should last approximately 3-6 months.

Q and A Shaving Tips

Is it better to use hot, cold, or warm water to shave?
Warm water is best for hydrating beard hair. Soaking in warm water softens hair and causes it to expand, making it 70 per cent easier to cut.

What is the best way to avoid razor burn?
If the skin is not properly prepared before shaving or if the blade on your razor is dull, you are more likely to end up with razor burn. Make sure to hydrate hair in warm water for up to three minutes and apply plenty of shave gel. Also, you may want to consider changing the blade on your razor at the first sign of dullness or discomfort.

Does shaving make your hair grow back thicker?
Scientists at Gillette have conducted extensive testing on the effects shaving has on both male and female hair growth, texture and colour. This testing has proven that shaving does not affect hair growth, colour, or texture. Shaving does, however, alter the tip shape or the regrown hair, which may initially change the way hair feels as it grows back. However, if hair is left to regrow completely, it will return to its former state.

In what direction should I shave to achieve the best shave?
Men's facial hair tends to grow in different directions. Start by shaving with light, gentle strokes with the grain. Then, if necessary, go against the grain for an even closer shave.

How do I avoid nicks and cuts, particularly above my upper lip?
The area above the upper lip is tricky for many men. To help avoid nicks and cuts, always leave it for last. Apply plenty of shave gel and allow this area to soak up as much lather as possible. When shaving, don't apply too much pressure. The Gillette Fusion ProGlide Precision Trimmer is really useful when shaving under the nose.

Is it okay to let my girlfriend or wife borrow my men's razor?
For both hygiene and performance, it's not a good idea to share your razor with your partner. Women have a much larger area to shave and you may find that after only a few shaves, you blade has dulled considerably; increasing the likelihood of nicks and cuts.

Product comparison

mach 3
Mach 3 Sensitive
MACH3 Sensitive
Razor blades
3 blades
3 blades
3 blades
5 blades
5 blades
5 blades
5 blades
Trim, shave, edge
Braun trimmer
Power function
Blade stabiliser
Pivoting head
Precision trimmer
Feature information The Lubrastrip delivers water soluble lubricants to the skin to increase razor glide. The Precision Trimmer allows to easily shave the tricky places like sideburns and under the nose. The Blade Stabiliser helps maintain optimal blade spacing. The Microbrush guides the stubble to the blades.
The Power function delivers soothing micro-pulses to help reduce friction.


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Serving Size100 Grams
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Best Sellers Rank 6,982 in Health & Personal Care (See top 100)
Shipping Weight59 g
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Date First Available1 Dec. 2010

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Up until now, I use a four bladed cassette razor (the Wilkinson Sword Quattro) and nicked one of my wife's single-blade disposables to get the awkward bits that the bulkier razor head doesn't do as well - the curve between the top lip and the nose, the little angle at the top of the ear where it joins the side of my head etc. I also only shave about twice a week - once for Monday morning and once mid-week - which means that my razor needs to do some fairly heavy duty work on three or four day old stubble. All-in-all I have generally been happy with the results of this strategy - a good clean shave (when I can be bothered) and no razor burn or ingrowing hairs to speak of.

So what about the Gillette Fusion Power? Well, my first reaction was a somewhat Luddite belief that a razor shouldn't need batteries and my second was "so how many MORE blades can they get into a cassette razor?"

Then there are the other "features" - the powered blades "delivers soothing micropulses with comfort so incredible; you'll barely feel the blades" and apparently a "microcomb" that "actually helps guide hair to the blade." So, "together, these technologies combine to create Gillette's most comfortable shave." I'm always wary of copy that promises huge improvements over previous versions (so Gillette's previous versions are now crap, are they?), and uses buzzwords like "technology" (so it MUST be good if it's "technology") and "system" (ditto) and so-on. Grrreat!

The proof of this technologically advanced supertechnopudding is in the eating. Certainly it shaves well... but not noticeably better than my old razor.
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By PeeBee TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 24 Dec. 2010
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Before I get to the review of the product, I should lay my cards on the table. I have been using a double-edged razor for ten or so years now. I moved to DE shaving because multi-blade systems give me in-growing hair and razor burn. I have never really looked back since switching. I have to shave every day and I have a fast-growing, thick beard, which grows in various different directions. Couple that with sensitive skin, and I think my mug offers up a pretty decent test for any razor.

The Fusion ProGlide's ergonomics are well thought out. Although the razor is very light (I prefer a little heft), it is well balanced in the hand and offers excellent grip. The cartridge is also very well designed, allowing water to rinse stubble out of the blades and allowing them to continue working optimally. The single blade on the rear of the cartridge is a good idea and comes in handy for "precision" trimming around sideburns and any other facial hair you like to sport. However, this single blade is solution to a problem that need not exist... The proliferation of blades on the front of the cartridge seems totally superfluous to me. At the very least, the height of the shaving surface means that not only can you not see precisely where the blade is on your face, but it offers very little "travel" over the moustache area. Seems an obvious and silly oversight to me. So, you shave some of the moustache, and then have to switch to the "precision" trimmer to do the rest.

The styling is not to my taste but then, I do prefer the classic lines of DE razors. The styling reminds me of 1980s Nike Air trainers. Not necessarily in a good way. Comparing this with the
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I wasn't planning on buying a new Razor as I already have a Gillette Fusion Power one and I only needed some new blades. But Amazon was selling the Gillette Fusion Proglide Power Razor for only £5 (now £12) so I ended up buying it.

If I'm being totally honest I can not see any difference at all between the Gillette Fusion Proglide Power Razor & my Gillette Fusion Power. I'm sure there is differences that will help with marketing etc. But as a normal user of powered Razors they both feel the same to me. Both give a very nice, clean & close shave with no hairs remaining.
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By MrE TOP 100 REVIEWER on 14 April 2011
You know when you've made a decent product, when it sells like crazy because it does what people want it to do and at a very high standard while being affordable to most people. Well the biggest problem with this razor is there's too many blades that are never used, the head is very bulky and the battery thing just doesn't make any difference in my opinion.

I bought this as a present for my father, needless to say after the first few shaves he told me he didn't like it and gave it back to me. I used it a few time and agreed with my father that the head was too bulky and had too many blades. Added to that the blades for these things are expensive. So i get back to my first sentence, why change something that was popular?

I have since binned this razor and have since bought myself a Gillette Sensor Excel, which is very slimline and features just two blades and a aloe strip underneath. It cuts closer to the skin and is easier to use around your face, the blades also last longer (added to this the blades for the sensor excel are cheaper)

But as for this razor here is my round up

PROS: initially you do get a close shave, single blade on the reverse of the head is handy for trimming sideburns and under your nose

CONS: Very bulky so it's not that easy to shave under your nose (reason why they put a blade on the reverse), Battery thing seems a waste of time, Blades are ridiculously expensive, blades don't last as long as you think

VERDICT: This is a step back from razors of the past in my opinion, my advise is instead buy Gillette Sensor Excel Razor With 2 Replacement Sensor Excel Cartridges and 1 Replacement Sensor3 Cartridge ....It's far better value and does exactly what you want and because the sensor excel is slimmer you don't need a blade on the back for doing under your nose!
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