Gillette Fusion, Proglide (Flexball)

This is a sponsored post by Bzz. All opinions are mine.

I’m not the master of shaving, but I am particular in which razors and accessories to use for it. Mind you, I don’t shave every single day, because well, my facial hair grows extremely slow – that and – I don’t like facial hair.

That’s not to say I should use the cheap knock-offs or cheap-in-quality selection.


A friend had purchased me a Proglide not too long ago. So now I have two, one for myself and one for review.


See! NOT that much.

I am incredibly impressed by how sharp and the number of razors I’m getting when going over. When shifting towards the ends of my chin, I noticed how much easier it is to turn my hand, yet still shaving off those under/side hairs. Not to mention when going under the chin / neck area, you don’t have to position your hand in such an awkward way, worrisome that you might clip yourself.


Yea, yea, I know, tons of you “pros” out there will gladly be able to tell me that shouldn’t be a problem, but it’s not as-if I”m a nurse or a full-time shaver, here, so let’s not get carried away at how legit my complaints may be!


The twist. The orange ball, right in the middle, press that and the razor comes right off. No hassle.


And so! Considering there was not much there, I imagine the time it took me to remove it would not be accurate to others timing, but it was only around 2 minutes.

For the finishing touches…


There you have it. Overall impressions? Very high. But I have to say, Gilette’s disposable razors are also good, but if you’re looking for an extreme shave, this would be the route to go for now.

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Saving and transferring data

Ah. The horrible feeling of not getting all of your data, or worse, not being able to recover any of it.

Considering I recover data on a near daily basis, I want to share some thoughts during this process to steer you away from some mistakes.

1 – Think about what you actually need

First and foremost, if your data is accessible and ready for transfer, you should think about what you need. Your Favourites (bookmarks, etc) aren’t really important – unless the URL saved is some sorta obscure link.

Your “Desktop” items aren’t important either, unless you have files saved onto it that you need, such as Microsoft Word documents, etc. In the future you might want to place those in Documents. 

And that’s exactly it!–Your Documents. THAT is what you need.

What you want comes later, your Favourites, saved games files, etc.

2 – Evaluate the space it’ll consume

One of the biggest mistakes after finding what you need is not calculating the space it’ll consume. Not because of where you’re transferring it may not have enough space, but you may leave a few files behind. 

Checkout the Properties/Information of the folder/directory you’re attempting to copy and note its size. 1 GB for example. After you transfer it to the destination, make sure it’s 1 GB again.

3 – Viruses!

NEVER, ever bare transfer a hard drive’s contents if you know it’s infected. Always filter it. Run it through a third device/machine and let its anti-virus catch and weed out all of those infections. Then transfer it to the final destination.

4 – Never assume

Okay, so this one is a 50/50. If you have a particular application that you can simply re-install after the fresh operating system has been installed or the data has been transferred, never assume that the configuration folder or saved data files for that program will simply load up as-if it never happened on the new install. 

Always be prepared for the worst case scenario.


After reading this I hope you have a better time saving your data. These 4 things seem ever-so simple, yet sometimes are never thought of.