It would be easy for me to sign in here again and tell you that these suck.
See? That was easy but to be fair let me tell you why I think so. After watching the King of Shaves video, I decided to do my own scientific analysis and shaving comparison.
The shaver I compared it to is the Dixie Plastic Spoon. http://www.samsclub.com/sams/dixie-plastic-teaspoons-heavyweight-white-100-ct/186470.ip It was a close test, but the results were conclusive.
For Value, the plastic spoons cost just less than .04 cents each. The Remington is about .50 cents each. Dixie is 1200% cheaper than Remington.
For Ease of Use, the Remington has a nice feel but the shape is not very conducive to areas like just beneath the nose, eyebrow or taint.
The Dixie is lighter and as such, equally reactive and responsive in all areas that it was used.
For life cycle of product, the Remington on a light growth would last about a week. On a 2 or 3 day growth, it barely gets through the first shave. The Dixie spoon lasts indefinitely. I have yet to wear one out (except that time I needed to use it to get at my wife's Pineapple Chobani). Shhh, don't tell her.
Finally, on Closest of Shave, the Remington slightly edges out the Dixie plastic spoon. The Remington left my face with a few patches of untouched beard. The Dixie spoon was just a little less effective at removing unwanted hair.
For value, ease of use and longevity, the Dixie Spoon is a much better razor than the Remington.
For closeness in shave, the Remington barely scrapes out a win.
Dollar for dollar, the Dixie Plastic Spoon is a much better shaving implement and I would certainly buy Dixie spoons to shave with long before spending another penny on these.
To summarize, my scientific experiment leads me to one result, "These Suck!".