New Infinity Razor is Changing the Way People Shave

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The Infinity Razor is engineered to out last and out perform standard razors. Long life materials and coating are blended with the finest carbon and steel to create the long-lasting, high performance razor blades. Gin 5 technology results in a truly superior shaving edge.

Infinity Razor, the newest As Seen on TV phenomenon, uses Gin 5 technology to create razor blades that never get dull. The Infinity Razor is manufactured from the finest carbon, stainless steel, and long life materials and coating available today which results in a truly superior cutting edge.

"We took the same steel used in those indestructible knives you've seen, and forged it into a razor blade." said Scott Gilman, the developer of the Infinity Razor. "I figured if you could create a kitchen knife that could stay sharp, why couldn't we use that same technology to create a razor blade that never needs replacing. "

While the Infinity Razor does not look all that different than a disposable razor, the metallurgy involved is very different. Carbon injected steel is fused with tungsten carbide to create a long-lasting, high performance razor blade. The Infinity Razor is engineered to out last and out perform a disposable razor.

The Infinity Razor was first introduced to the world last August on national TV where it quickly became a top seller. Today, the razors can be found on the shelves of most of America's #1 retailers. As an initial As Seen on TV success, the Infinity Razor can be found in most stores displayed with other TV Products but as its popularity increases many retailers are also displaying it with other shaving products.

While early adapters continue to enjoy close, smooth shaves with their Infinity Razor, not all consumers are drawn to high tech products. With a 30-day money back guarantee, Infinity Razor hopes to encourage consumers to try the new technology. A lifetime guarantee ensures that consumers can feel confident that they will continue to enjoy the cutting edge technology for a lifetime.


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