Swedish Company Creates Futuristic Razor with Laser

Published By : 30 Sep 2015 | Published By : QYRESEARCH

The demand for cutting edge technology is growing around the world, and this demand is especially prominent in the electronics sector. A growing number of innovations have been observed in the razor technology. The technology has grown by leaps and bounds in the past few years. The humble single blade razor has gone from single to triple and now it is coming with even fancier technologies.

The latest razors come with technologies such as easier glide and flexibility. Furthermore, this innovation in the razor technology has led to a high degree of competition in the market. The latest technology in the razor that is quite futuristic comes from a Swedish start-up firm. This technology is equipped with a laser.

The company’s product is called Skarp Laser Rasor, which is a cutting edge hair remover that is expected to give one of the closest shaves without, of course, taking a sharp blade to your face. The laser tends to shear hairs at a skin level and leaves no irritating razor burn or accidental nicks. Furthermore, this razor needs no water or a shaving cream and continues to be sharp and usable for around 50,000 hours.

This razor is made from aluminium and operates by focusing on the hair particle called chromosphere and shears it out using a particular light wavelength beamed from the laser. The product is invented by Morgan Gustavsson teamed with Binun to make the laser. The idea for this product was conceived in 2001. The pair together launched a Kickstarter campaign in September, but has now already raised a massive amount of funding.

At present, the razor is a prototype and is still in its developing phase. However, Skarp is planning to launch the product in the market during March 2016 and is projected to cost anywhere between US$159 to US$189

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