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The Shave Union is an online business that delivers razor blades directly to the door of South African men on their schedule.

New South African online company delivers world-class razor blades to your door

Blades are precision made in German factory – delivered on members’ schedule

The Shave Union is an online business that delivers razor blades directly to the door of South African men on their schedule. With no charge for delivery. In a nutshell, that’s how The Shave Union South Africa was born.

Men who sign up will receive four cartridges at a time, each made with 5 blades, for only R42.25. That’s about 40% less than other blades of comparable quality. Guys can decide if they want the blades delivered every 1, 2 or 3 months, and they can cancel anytime.

Although razor blade delivery to men’s homes is now common elsewhere in the world, it’s new to South Africa. Visit The Shave Union’s website (www.ShaveUnion.co.za) and sign on today

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