Are You Cursed With Werewolf Back Hair?
If you are, the Silencer might be just what you need. In this review, I will be detailing the Razorba Silencer, which is the middle-of-the-line product in both price and feature at Razorba. So, if you are in need of some light shaving or a heavy scything of dense thick back fur, the Razorba Silencer might be what you’re looking for.
In this post, Razorba Silencer Review, I hope to help potential customers decide if the Silencer is right for them by providing a detailed review and also highlighting the differences between the 4 other Razorba back razors.
I wrote an article on the Razorba Classic, you can read about it here, Razorba Back Hair Shaver Reviews. It a step below the Razorba Silencer. I also wrote a review on the Razorba GOAT, an extra-wide disposable razor, to read more about it head over to my post here, Razorba GOAT Wide Disposable Double Razor Review.
What Is Razorba Silencer?
For those that are not familiar with the Razorba system, the Razorba system uses a handle that is curved and has an opening in which a standard beard razor can fit inside. This allows one to avoid having to purchase a different set of razors if one is inclined not to want to complicate the matter.
This method of shaving works with a standard razor, but to turbocharge it…you can purchase the Razorba GOAT. It’s an extra-wide G.O.A.T made by Razorba. The GOAT is a whopping 4 1/2 inches across and in my opinion, is the only really practical option for using any of the Razorba systems of back shaving. For a complete list of razors that fit the Silencer see Compatible Razors below.
It allows the convenience of shaving your back by yourself. The long black handle with a slight angle to it easily reaches the usually unreachable areas of the back, once a razor is inserted within.
A few notes on inserting a razor, as it is easy and quick. Also, the razor stays pretty much locked in the position when saving. I was a bit skeptical at first about its ability to stay fixed when shaving but was pleasantly surprised it didn’t even budge.
The handle is also very ergonomic and is intuitive in its use, at least that is my conclusion.
Let’s Lay Down Some Info On This Company, Razorba
To start, we should first delve into the company first. Razorba has been in business since the early 2000s, 2003 to be exact, and has been featured on many popular TV programs as well-reviewed in distinguished magazines. They claim to be the first “The Original” shaver for back hair and probably is the original.
This adds street cred to its reputation as a general rule a product that been around for a number of years is surely doing something right. As it signs that the product is selling and somebody is enjoying it as well.
Why Should You Buy The Silencer Over The Classic?
The Razorba Silencer has a few more design features over The Classic Razorba, I will highlight these to see if these features are worth the extra frogskins. First off, the Silencer has a way cooler name, who is being silenced by the rude people that might comment on your growth of back hair possibly? We could all do with a few fewer negative comments that are thrown our way. Am I right, or what?
Secondly, the Silencer has Hamr Grip 1 technology. What is Hamr Grip 1 technology? That is a very good question and I am glad you asked. The Hamr Grip 1 is compatible with all the same razors as the original Razorba Classic but will work for the Gillette M3 Power. This allows a slightly bigger hole in which to insert a little wider razor within.
Thirdly, the Silencer is beefier, to put it bluntly. The Classic was molded with a one mold process that left it with a hollow interior, which could potentially be more susceptible to breakage. Not only breakage but also the lack of heft left a little sense of unwieldiness. For the Silencer, it for sure feels better to wield and provides a more solid overall feel to it. This is roughly about twice the weight of the Classic. This will last a lifetime, barring you don’t use it as a hammer.
Now, you have to decide if the jump in price is worth the value gained by the features in the Silencer. If you currently shave with the Gillette M3 Power, and don’t want to switch to any other shaver, it might well be worth it. Also, the Silencer won’t break as the Classic might eventually due to its hollow body. That universal saying applies, “You get what you pay for”.
Pros & Cons
- Ability to use your current razor instead of purchasing another razor system.
- More razor compatibility than the Razorba Classic. And when more I mean as 1 more (Gillette M3 Power).
- Has a lanyard at the end for easier hanging in the shower or for not dropping when shaving in the prison shower.
- Beefier and heftier. Molded with four-step processing that creates a more solid and strong shaver.
- Will for certain last a lifetime, as long as you don’t hit fly balls with it.
- I enjoy the simplistic nature of the Silencer, as opposed to the back shavers on the market that are battery-operated.
- With a proper razor inserted within the Silencer, you will get a good smooth shave.
- Offers a considerably cheaper method of riding your back of the hair, than waxing, laser treatment.
- No chemicals to irritate the skin.
- I love the option of purchasing the Razorba G.O.A.T wide blades, as these blades are wider and cut hair with ease. I recommend these if using any of Razorba systems of cutting back hair.
- It allows you to be self-sufficient in shaving your back hair. Not depending on other people to help you.
- Tons of positive feedback on this.
- Comes in the mail packaged discreetly. Mailman doesn’t need to know…right?
- Maybe the substantial bump in price isn’t quite worth the features the Silencer brings to the table from the Classic. $35.00 jump from the Classic to the Silencer.
- If using a standard ordinary face razor, one would be hard-pressed to complete a thorough shave on such a gigantic area such as a back.
- Using a standard razor, the use of shaving cream is recommended. This is another step in the process. This can be avoided by using the Razorba G.O.A.T wide disposable double razors, as you can use them either wet or dry.
- It’s just plastic, seems like a high mark up on this.
Razors Compatible With Razorba Silencer?
- Gillette Mach3
- Gillette Mach3 Turbo
- Gillette M3 Power
- Gillette Sensor Excel
- Gillette Customplus Pivot
- Gillette Good News
- BIC Comfort 3 (disposable)
- BIC Sensitive (disposable)
- BIC Comfort Twin (disposable)
- Most Disposables Razors
- Dollar Shave Club Razors
- Most safety razors
- Schick Hydro 3
- Schick ST2 (Slim Twin)
Tips on Using Razorba
For extra thick hair and not using the G.O.A.T wide razors, some people have used tape to attach an electric clipper like a Wahl Groomsman, to knock down the bulk of hair than to finish off with their regular razor. This prevents a lot of clogging, especially if you have long back hair. This is helpful if you neglect to shave for a while too.
Buy the G.O.A.T Wide Disposable Double Razor! You won’t go back to a regular size razor once you do. Less time for certain.
Vary your approach, try wet and try dry to see what works best for you.
Let’s Wrap This Up
To help determine if Razorba Silencer is a good match for your personal situation, I ran through many of the features both positive and negative. I do believe the Silencer is a step up from the Razorba Classic, but depending on your finances it might not justify the money. But you get what you pay for, as the Silencer is surely not going to break and will last well into your old age. Maybe even passed down, oh wait that’s disgusting! Nevermind.
For my personal preference, I would go with the Razorba GOAT razors. As it is more money, but far cheaper than waxing or laser treatments, the amount of time you will save alone will be well worth it. Just be prepared to properly clean the hair up afterward.
Would love to hear any comments or questions. Thanks for reading!
My name is Dan and I am the owner and sole contributor to www.backshaverforen.com. I am the leading authority on back shaving.
I started this website in 2017 because I too deal with back hair and I want to help others. My website deals with everything with grooming. I only review products I actually own.