The Swerve Full Body Grooming Tool: Review and Giveaway

Welcome to the third day of honoring Dads with the “Suit Up for Father’s Day” Event! I hope you are finding some great gift ideas!

Giveaway #3

hypothesis The Swerve Full Body Grooming Tool will make my husband’s shaving experience easier and more comfortable.

materials One Swerve groomtool and one willing guinea pig (aka hubby)

Features from the website:

“The Swerve™ is a unique full body groomtool designed to give you a smooth, clean shave and the sexy look you desire. Its patent-pending, ergonomic design gives you the control and comfort you need to extend your shave to hard to reach areas including the back of your neck and upper body.


The Swerve contains a triple-action blade for swift cutting precision and a lubricating strip designed to help the Swerve glide smoothly along the contours of your body. Use the Swerve weekly to keep your swerve appeal. Replace it every four-six weeks or when the blade begins to dull.  The Swerve comes in a unique, flexible storage tube making it a great travel companion.”

methods After reading the product description on The Swerve, I knew it would be a great product for my husband to try.  After a little convincing, he agreed to be my guinea pig.  Because of the nature of the review (and several threats from hubby), I will not be posting personal pics or video.  But you can see a video on product usage on the Swerve website.

results Hubby tried out the Swerve tonight on his own.  One of the great things about this groomtool is that no assistance should be needed, and it is correct!  Hubby was able to use the tool and shave the back of  his neck with no problems.  He said the tool was comfortable in his hand and allowed him to reach areas he otherwise would have needed help to shave.  The Swerve gave him a clean shave in areas that only needed a trim.  He recommends that this product be used for maintenance and not for the initial shave.

summary Hubby confirmed my hypothesis that the Swerve made shaving difficult to reach areas easier!  He said he would definitely consider buying this product once the life of his sample has expired.

references The Swerve can be purchased directly for $4.99 or at Amazon.  Fortunately, Swerve has been nice enough to donate a Triple Pack to one lucky Not-So-Blog reader!

How to enter:

1. Visit Swerve and tell me what material the prototypes were made of.

Additional entries:

1. Blog about this giveaway and link to The Not-So-Blog.

2. Follow me on Twitter and Tweet this giveaway. Every time you tweet you get an additional entry! Unlimited!

3. Subscribe to my blog.

4. Become a Fan of The Not-So-Blog on Facebook.

Contest ends at 11:59pm CST on June 14th. Prizes not claimed in 72 hours will be forfeited. Open to U.S. Residents only.


  1. I tweeted and follow on Twitter.

  2. I subscribe via email.

  3. I’m a fan on Facebook.

  4. c. clemens says:

    the prototypes were made of playdoh. thats cool :)

  5. Danielle says:

    That’s too funny that the prototypes were made of play-doh!

  6. They were made of play doh!

  7. The prototypes were made of Play-Doh. Most prototypes are made of plain gray clay, this is much more fun!

  8. Rozie H. says:

    Play-doh – how cool!

  9. Kristin says:

    awesome giveaway…enter me to win please

  10. Laura DeLuca says:

    They are made of play-doh

  11. Laura DeLuca says:

    Follow on twitter and tweeted (GabbyLowe)

  12. Laura DeLuca says:

    email subscriber

  13. Laura DeLuca says:

    fan on facebook

  14. They were made out of Play-Doh! That’s hilarious!

  15. kathy pease says:


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  18. kathy pease says:

    fan on facebook kathy l pease

  19. The prototypes were made from Play-Doh!

  20. Play-Doh

  21. chastidy says:

    They were made of Play-doh :)

  22. Randy Bailey says:


  23. Gabriel J. says:

    The prototypes were made of Play-Doh.

  24. They were made out of Play-Doh :)

  25. Swerve had Play-Doh product prototypes!

  26. I’m a subscriber

  27. They used Playdough to make the prototypes.

  28. trixpixel says:

    The prototypes were made from Play-Doh!

  29. trixpixel says:

    I subscribe!

  30. Play-Doh!

  31. Play-Doh!ty 4 the great review, awesome giveaway, and 4 the entry:)

  32. Lily Kwan says:

    The prototypes were made of playdoh.

  33. Lily Kwan says:

    I subscribed to your blog.

  34. Lily Kwan says:

    I became your Facebook fan.

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