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Single Pack DE Safety Razor Blades (5-10 Blades)

Just starting out with a DE razor or anxious to try something new, these boxes of 5-10 blades are just what you need to get a feel for that new blade.

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Wet shavers know that different blades have different personalities. So whether you like your blades (and your significant other) Type A aggressive or mild and passive, you can try it on for size with a box of 5 or 10 blades. Especially when you are just starting out, it is important to date a few edges to see which one fits you to a tee. And different blades work differently in different razors, too. So grab a box, or two or three, and see if you can make a match! We have popular blades from Astra, Crystal, Personna, Shark, Feather, and more.

Single Pack DE Safety Razor Blades (5-10 Blades) Reviews
New blades
Merkur Double Edge Razor Blades Never tried Merkur before. They're sharp and give a good shave.
The best of 5 Razor Blades
BIC Double Edge Razor Blades I have now tried 5 brands of Platinum Chrome Blades and the winner is Gillette.

My beard is tough and even barbers complained when I went in for a shave for a special event. BIC was included in my test and didn't make the finals. Jack Bornhoeft
Crystal Blades
Crystal Double Edge Razor Blades I bought the Everything Variety Pack and went through every brand before I got to this one because the packaging was the most plain, but this was by far the best one. I have pretty course beard hair and pretty soft skin, but I almost never knick myself or get any irritation from these blades. Also, they last forever. I have a beard, but I shave my neck every other day and one blade lasted me a month. What an amazing find!
VERY good blades!
DORCO ST-301 Double Edge Razor Blades Very good blades, excellent sharpness and last at least 3 shaves.
Sharp blades
Gillette 7 O'Clock Super Platinum Double Edge Blades, Black (5 Blades) These are by far some of the sharpest blades I've tried. My favorites have been Bolzano Superinox and PolSilver, but I've found that Bolzano is not so forgiving, and PolSilver seems to dull top quickly.

I have the fortune of being self employed, so I don't have to shave daily if I don't want to. When these blades arrived (very quickly) I was sporting a three day growth. The 7 O'clock cut through it like butter. But I also didn't get any cuts or nicks as I experience with Bolzano. Plus, after four shaves so far, the blade seems just as sharp as it was the first time.

After reading so many reviews for all the blades here, I'm starting to realize that the most important factor in a blade's performance, is one's face. Some blades that others swear by, seem to rip the hair from my face rather than cut it, and others that people hate, work very well for me. I think hair thickness, skin thickness and consistency, make a huge difference, so it's best to try all the blades you can to find what works best for your face. I've yet to try many blades, but for me, Gillette 7 O'clock is now one of my favorites, and I'll try all the other Gillette blades.
Good blades, not great
Personna "Lab Blue" Double Edge Blades, 5 blades I'm not seeing what all the fuss is about on the shaving message boards when it comes to these "lab blues." These are good blades but nothing special, other than they are one of the only blades made in USA.
Great but expensive
KAI Stainless Steel DE Blades, 5-pack These might be my favorite blade I've ever used out of the dozen+ I've tried. They are incredibly sharp, no glue/wax dots, and a great shaving experience overall. Sadly, they are just too expensive for my everyday use.
Smooth and consistent finish...
Gillette Silver Blue Double Edge Razor Blades, 5-pak I've tried a bunch of blades since switching to safety razor shaving full time 15+ years ago. Slightly more expensive than some, but absolutely worth it.
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