The Razor Razorblade Business Model

The razor-razorblade business model is a business model that involves selling an initial durable item (the razor) either at cost or subsidized, and then making the profit from the sale of consumable items (the razorblade). The business model takes several names, including;

  • The durables and consumables business model
  • The printer and ink business model

This collection of articles explores key considerations associated with using the business model.

Latest articles on the Razor Razorblade Business Model

The Razor-Razorblade Business Model

The razor-razorblade business model relies on selling an initial product at a relatively low price, followed by consumables, where the firm makes the majority of its profit.

The Printer and Ink Business Model

The printer and ink business model relies on selling an initial product at a relatively low price, followed by consumables, where the firm makes the majority of its profit.

The Razor-Razorblade Business Model

The razor-razorblade business model relies on selling an initial product at a relatively low price, followed by consumables, where the firm makes the majority of its profit.

The Printer and Ink Business Model

The printer and ink business model relies on selling an initial product at a relatively low price, followed by consumables, where the firm makes the majority of its profit.