Warby Parker co-founder tries to duplicate success with shaving

Warby Parker did it for eyeglasses, offering style at a discount. Now one of the co-founders of the trendy retailer is tackling something almost every guy needs: razors. Warby Parker co-founder Jeff Raider and his longtime friend Andy Katz-Mayfield have built Harry’s, a startup selling more than just blades and handles, but what they are calling “shaving experiences.”

My wife the optician really likes Warby Parker, which sells trendy, high-quality eyeglasses and offers really great customer service without charging their customers through the teeth. So it’s great to see Jeff Raider try to duplicate his success with shaving products.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Roland-Szpond/100000183742686 Roland Szpond

    Personally, I use dollarshaveclub.com

  • http://www.theangrydrunk.com The Angry Drunk

    Say what you will, these fuckers have their fingers firmly only the pulse of the Hipster market. Can artisanal toe-nail trimmers be far behind?

    • http://www.theuniversalsteve.com SSteve

      No, artisanal nail clippers were far ahead. These have been around for at least six years, probably more: http://www.amazon.com/Dovo-504006-Deluxe-Nail-Clipper/dp/B003SP9BGS

    • http://twitter.com/Moeskido Moeskido

      I’ve had a look at the Warby Parker frames. I don’t see what makes them “hipster” as opposed to merely “slightly less-expensive.”

  • http://www.BarnesFamily.com/ davebarnes

    Whatever. I like Schick Extreme 3 razors. 84¢ each when I buy 64 at a time from Walmart. But, then I am not a hipster. Just ask my daughter.