The subscription-based shaving company lets customers trade their unwanted razors for Harry's brand steel at a temporary New York pop-up

Harry's, the subscription-based razor and grooming products supplier, designed a clever storefront to further customer relations and push out competitors. Establishing a temporary pop-up called “Harry's Bartershop,” New York-based customers can exchange their non-Harry's brand razors and handles for Harry's German-engineered blades. 

For the most part, the rate of exchange is around one traditional blade for two of Harry's blades. However, a vibrating handle can be bartered for one of Harry's sleeker options.

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