If you're a blade shaver, your options have always been the endless doldrums of stick-shaving, or the heady peril of straight razors. Well, there's a new kid leaving whiskers in the medicine cabinet: the Rolling Razor.
The second real twist on shaving since the advent of the stick razor in 1901 (the first twist, that men actually have to shave, was encoded by law Jan 1, 1980), the RR enhances control by ditching the shaft, putting your hand closer to the action and improving ease, speed, and flexibility. Just slip your index finger into the rubberized ring sitting about an inch below the dual blade-caddies, rest your thumb and bird-flipper on the grip-strips, and shave away; the design gives you total control, letting you wrist-flick up, down, and sideways to navigate facial contours your mother called unique, and PT Barnum called "tent money". Additionally, the cartidges' three blades're each set at a unique angle, helping trim every individual problem hair while limiting excessive friction on any one area -- the cause of bumps, ingrown hairs, and the nicks that hold your decorative squares of Charmin in place.
The RR's offered in silver/two camo color schemes, and blades come in standard, Sensitive Skin, and Bump Eliminator; because they're not yet available in stores, RR also lets you order blades to be shipped, free of charge, at intervals throughout the year -- though by furnishing you with fresh steel, they inadvertently rob you of the heady peril of lockjaw.