The razor that raised the blade count to three, the original MACH3, continues its legacy of close shaves. Its 3-Blade technology offers a comfortable shave, along with the longevity that comes only with razor blade refills. Its Comfort Guard includes five Microfins to bring you a close, comfortable shave, while the Indicator Lubricating Strip fades to white to show when you are no longer getting an optimal shave. Still a trusted choice, the MACH3 continues to give men around the world a great start to their day.
Advanced 3-Blade Technology
Three High-Definition Blades for glide and comfort.
Flexible Comfort Guard
Features five Microfins for a close shave.
Indicator Lubricating Strip
Fades to white when you’re no longer getting an optimal shave.
What’s the difference between a Gillette two-bladed disposable and a Gillette MACH3 razor?
The two-bladed Sensor disposable razor features a two-blade array combined with the control and maneuverability of an ergonomically designed handle to give you precision and convenience. However, the Gillette MACH3 has three blades progressively positioned to cut hair gradually closer. So, for every stroke you take, it takes three.
What’s the difference between a Gillette MACH3 and a Fusion?
The Gillette MACH3 has three blades progressively positioned to cut hair gradually closer, so, for every stroke you take, it takes three. However, the 5-Blade Shaving Surface Technology of Fusion has progressive blade geometry and a Flexible Comfort Guard for a more comfortable shave.
What are Microfins and what do they do?
The Gillette MACH3 razor features ultra-soft skin guards, consisting of five thinner, more flexible Microfins. These Microfins precede the blades and smooth out the skin before the first blade cuts the first hair. So you get a close, comfortable shave.
What does a Lubrastrip do?
A Lubrastrip is a thin strip that sits at the top of your razor, releasing lubricants over time, providing a great glide. When you are no longer getting an optimal shave, the Lubrastrip fades to white, indicating that it might be time to change the blade.