OmniShaver: Faster Way To Shave Scalp, Arms & Legs
The only shaver that self-cleans and polishes its' blade edges during use.
Most report reducing their shaving time by 75% & many shave their heads in less than a minute. Saves Money: Instead of buying expensive shaving cartridges every week, OmniShaver exponentially extends useful time by self-polishing or "strop" its blade edges during use. Saves Our Planet - OmniShaver is eco-friendly in several ways:
#1 - No need to waste water rinsing blades during use.
#2 - Last Longer = Less Shaving Cartridges in Landfills. #3 - We incorporate recycled plastics.
OmniShaver has blades, why is it better than other shavers?
#1-Unmatched Speed: Bidirectional shaving strokes shave faster than singular direction shaving strokes, and OmniShaver's low profile design makes control far superior to leveraged elongated handles, so those are two of the three key reasons why Omnishaver shaves so much faster than all other shavers.
#2-OmniShaver self-cleans during use, so as one side cuts hair, the other side is having it's cut hair pulled from its blades. This makes cleaning or rinsing during a shave unnecessary, which is the third key reasons why Omnishaver shaves so much faster than all other shavers.
#3-Self-Straighten and Polish During Use: We can't really answer how long the blade edges stay sharp, although I can confidently say they will outlast all other shaver's blades. If OmniShaver is kept dry and clean between shaves it doesn't really seem to ever get dull enough to warrant replacement. This is because it's blade edges self-straighten and polish (or "strop") during use. Example: My OmniShaver has been providing me with daily close shaves for almost 2 years now...that doesn't mean I'm promising that OmniShaver's blades will stay sharp forever, but if maintained, they will certainly stay sharp far longer than any other shaver's blades stay sharp.
#4-Less skin irritation / cuts / nicks: Skin irritation, nicks and/or cuts usually come from successive passes over skin that's been irritated, OmniShaver requires "fewer passes" to shave an area clean and therefore irritates the skin much less. Nicks and/or cuts can also come from dull blade edges being pressed harder to shave "one-last-time". OmniShaver’s blades self-straighten and polish during use, so maintaining its sharp edges helps to prevent nicks and/or cuts. The most common cause of nicks and/or cuts with traditional shavers are with their blade heads being tilted by a leveraged handle, which creates uneven angles of blade edge attack to the skin. With OmniShaver's low profile design, the blade head always maintains a parallel downward pressure plane relationship to that of its cutting surface, making angles of blade edge attack consistent throughout the shave. This makes nicks and/or cuts from gouging less likely.
Can the OmniShaver only be used on the scalp?
This particular model of OmniShaver is specifically designed for the scalp, legs, arms back and torso. It’s shaving head is too large to be used for the face.
Will OmniShaver Cut Me?
Nicks and/or cuts usually come from successive passes over skin that's been irritated. OmniShaver requires fewer passes and therefor irritates the skin less. Nicks and/or cuts can also come from dull blade edges being pressed harder to shave "one-last-time". OmniShaver’s blades’ self-straighten and self-polish during use, so maintaining it's sharp edges helps to prevent nick and/or cut problems. The most common cause of nicks and/or cuts with traditional shavers are with their blade heads being tilted by a leveraged handle, which creates uneven angles of blade edge attack to the skin. With OmniShaver, the blade head always maintains a parallel downward pressure plane relationship to that of it's cutting surface, making angles of blade edge attack consistent throughout the shave. This makes nicks and/or cuts from gouging less likely.
If I cut myself or my skin becomes irritated with a rash or bump what do I do?
There are only a few ways that blades typically snag on hair, and that is if they are dull, damaged, if there isn't enough lubrication or if the hair being shaved is a bit too long.
#1-Dull: There is a fix to this because the blades self-straighten and polish (or "strop") during use, so to tune them up, pick a 6" or 7" patch of hairless skin, like maybe on your forearm, lubricate it with hair conditioner and make 30 or so fast back and forth shaving passes over it. This should re-polish the blade edges for future use.
#2-Damaged: Look closely at the blade edges and see if you can detect any kinks or bends. Also, look at the bands on the ends of the blades to see if one is broken or if it has a sharp area sticking up. There is no solution if it's damaged.
#3-We're sure you are using good lubrication, but maybe instead try using a generous amount of hair conditioner because we've found that's one of the best lubrication.
#4-Give shaving a try with only 1 day of hair growth, then if no problems, try 2 days and then 3 days to see if hair length is a contributing factor.
#5-Apple Cider Vinegar is a great anti-inflammation remedy...just wipe it on any irritated skin (like razor burn or razor bumps) to help in aiding a speedy recovery.
Why doesn’t OmniShaver have any lubrication strips?
The strips are acknowledged by most manufacturers as a gimmick because shaving gels and lotions provide plenty of lubrication during a shave. If OmniShaver needed lubrication strips they would not be incorporated into the product, but the reason they are not used is that they are designed to last about a week, and because OmniShaver lasts for months and months, it wouldn't make sense to incorporate them into OmniShaver's design.
#1-Try using a shaving foam/lotion or gel that's designed for "sensitive" skin.
#2-Buy some Apple Cider Vinegar and after your shave, wipe it over the area you typically get the razor burn or razor bumps.
#3-This one is the most important: Omnishaver shaves so well that you only need to go over a specific area with a few backs and forth strokes. Many go over areas WAY too many times, or they will keep coming back to an area over and over, and that just sands your skin away. Shave an area clean and then move on to another, and then another until finished.
#4-Shave every day, then you'll get used to the movements, and fewer strokes will be needed to keep your scalp shaved. Fewer strokes = less chance for skin irritation.
How Long Do the Blades Last?
We can't really answer how long the OmniShaver’s blade edges stay sharp. Although we can confidently say they will outlast all other known shavers blades’ edges. If OmniShaver is kept dry and clean between shaves, it stays sharp for an extremely long time. This is because of its' blade edges self-straighten and polish (or “strop”) during use.
OmniShaver isn't promising that our blades will stay sharp forever. But if maintained, they will certainly stay sharp exponentially longer than all other shavers on the market today.
Last Updated @ 7/24/2019 8:43:49 AM