Every man knows getting a quick and good shave each morning is priceless.
One "as sold on TV" product claims to do just that by giving you a smooth shave just about anywhere.
Greg Freeman, owner of Freeman's Barber Stop in Grand Junction, is a master when it comes to getting men trimmed up and ready for business.
"You can't get any closer than this," said Freeman.
So it seemed only right to put our newest product, MicroForce, the
world's smallest shaver, to the test in his chair. We only needed one
thing: a model who was looking for a nice, clean shave.
After a little persuasion, I got my man. "How does that feel?" said
Freeman. "It stings a little," said Joe Thompson. News Channel Five's very own Joe Thompson.
One thing Freeman liked right off the bat with this gadget was the portable size and how it can be used as a wet or dry shaver that
only takes minutes to fully charge. "It's small, kind of handy; very
small," said Freeman.
It's so small that you can take it, and use it, just about anywhere.
But does it pack a punch? Well, it started off good. "For as small as
it is, it's doing a good job," said Freeman. But the honeymoon with
this product was over quick.
"The charge is dying and I only shaved half of his face," Freeman
Freeman had to shave the same spot over and over with the shaver, which was not the best feeling for our good friend Joe. After all is said
and done, Freeman rates it. "I'd give it a two because it doesn't last
through the whole beard," said Freeman.
So, with a two out of five Freeman has to put this product a cut below the rest.
Created: Wed, 02 Feb 2011 09:36:06 MST
Updated: Wed, 09 Oct 2013 10:28:22 MST