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The laser shaver Skarp quickly became a hit in Kickstarter, collecting more than $4 million. Unfortunately, the team did not observe one of the basic requirements of the site: to have a working prototype that can demonstrate. The people behind the project say they have developed a laser that is completely safe for shaving and only affects the hair, not skin. The demo, which recently published the team seems unconvincing, managing to deal with only a few hairs for 90 seconds.

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Once the project has been deleted from Kickstarter, Skarp quickly appeared in Indiegogo, where he also performed well. As you probably know, the site does not require the campaign to reach his ultimate goal, to get the amount so Skarp will receive some funding. Comments in Indiegogo however are not positive: even some users who have invested in the product claim that they are not sure of its effectiveness.

https://i1.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Skarp-laser-razor-1.jpg?fit=680%2C453https://i1.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Skarp-laser-razor-1.jpg?fit=190%2C150John GreenTECH NEWSindiegogo,KickstarterThe laser shaver Skarp quickly became a hit in Kickstarter, collecting more than $4 million. Unfortunately, the team did not observe one of the basic requirements of the site: to have a working prototype that can demonstrate. The people behind the project say they have developed a laser that...