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Razor Blades

We offer double edge blades from around the world. We carry Astra, Merkur, Lord, Bic, Gilettes, and many more. You can buy DE safety razor blades by the pack or in bulk. We also have razor blades made for straight razors. New to Razor Blades? Get a quick education HERE and shop our DE razor blade sample packs to see which blade is the best for you.

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Razor Blade Education

The double edge razor blades are what make shaving possible. The razor blades come in different materials, coating, and levels of sharpness. All the DE razor blades brands fit all standard double edge safety razors. We have shaving blades from Astra, Merkur, Lord, Bic, Gillette, Wikinson, Iridium Super, Dorco, Nacet, Derby, Shark, Treet, Feather and more...We pride ourselves in our selection of different types to ensure the perfect shave.

What is the best Razor blade for me?

The material, coating, and grind of the razor blades affect how smooth and sharp the blade is. Each characteristic affects how the blade shaves. We find that each person's skin reacts differently to different razor blades, so we suggest testing many different types of razor blades. That is exactly why we created the Razor Blade Sample Packs.

Razor Blade Packs

We sell razor blades by the pack (5 -10 blades), as well as in bulk quantities (50-100 blades) for extra savings. We have a few different sample packs that sell multiple different brands together at a discounted price. We also have injector razor blades that are made for specific straight razors.

Razor Blades Reviews
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For Me, a Good Blade Made Better
5/21/2017
I'd written a fairly glowing, and lengthy, review of the ST-300 blades here quite a few years back, when, after trying a a few from a sampler pack, I literally went all-in and bought two 100-pack boxes - for me, about a four-year supply. Between then and not, I'd also played with other blades (most notably Personna Lab Blues and Astra Superior Stainless, both of which I liked), but the Dorco has remained my go-to blade, working quite well in quite a few different razors, from a vintage Gillette Aristocrat to a Merkur Vision.



Recently, I needed to score more blades, and I ordered a 100-pack of Dorcos from WCS, like last time. This time, however there were a few changes with the new blades: the box came with a little "NEW!" banner printed along the top-right edge. Curious about this, I checked the fine print on the edge of the box: manufacture of these particular blades had changed from South Korea to Vietnam - not necessarily a matter for concern, since the big deal these days is how tight a rein is kept on QC, since lots of companies have factories scattered all over the world. Another change was in the packaging of the individual blades: whereas Dorco previously packaged its blades simply in a single neat fold of printed paper, they now include an *inner* wrapping as well, with the imprint "DORCO STAINLESS" and "Since 1955, in both English and Korean. (They seem to be stepping up their official presence in the States - guess they really want in on the wetshaving market now?) I tries these initially in my American (1947) Gillette Aristocrat and my early-70s Gillette Super Adjustable, where it worked as well as the Korean-made Dorcos; They worked less well in my British (1953) Aristocrat, but very few blades seem to work well in that razor for some reason.



However, the big change came when I pulled the trigger on a Parker Variant adjustable razor. Here's where I pitted the Dorco against the Astra SS (note: this is NOT the Astra Platinum). I had two shaves with the Astra, which were crazy-close but left me with a few small nicks - I partly chalk the weepers up to getting used to the new razor (which I'll review separately, but for now I'll simply say it's a winner). The Dorco, however, was the big surprise: everything I've really liked about the blade - its combination of just-sharp-enough and super-smoothness - was enhanced. Short, furtive strokes were replaced by long, smooth, gliding strokes, both WTG and ATG. The shaves were now truly BBS, and, more to the point, repeatedly, reliably so: I've found in the past that various combinations of razor and blade could give me that close a shave *once*, but then give me problems the next time around. The Variant-Plus-Dorco combo *just works*, where I reliably get four excellent shaves per blade. Doing the math, that's roughly 2 cents per shave. If all this had to offer was economy, I'd call it darned impressive, but since this is about*quality*, I'd say this simply knocks it out of the park.



Again this is a "YMMV" thing: there are reviewers here who hate this blade with a certain three-letter agency would call extreme prejudice. This doesn't mean they're wrong: the blade just didn't do it for them, period. I can tell you about my repeated attempts to get Feather blades to work for me without doing a Sweeney Todd on myself: "epic fail" wouldn't begin to describe it. There are three variables here: razor, blade, and your face. Add in differences in prep, preferred poultices *et cetera*, and you start to understand that there's no magic bullet here, just experimenting until you find your personal shaving Kismet. I'm just here saying that I think I've found mine. :-)
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Sharp!
5/20/2017
Convenient, affordable, Sharp!
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Excellent
5/18/2017
My skin is sensitive, cut easy, but these blades are extremely forgiving. They would make an excellent beginner blade. For me they start out a bit rough, but quickly smooth out. I get four good shaves per blades.
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close shave
5/13/2017
BIC Double Edge Razor Blades "I recently bought a Merkur Progressive razor. The previous razor did not have enough blade exposure to give a close shave and worked best with Gillette 7 o'clock's. But the 7 o'clock's were only good for about 3 days before they began to pull using a razor with more blade exposure. The BIC's are sharper and I can easily get 6 close shaves. And at a great price
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Great for bald heads
5/13/2017
Rating:
Great blades.
5/12/2017
Dovo Shavette Long Blades for Black Holder "I use with my DOVO Shavette and they are awesome. They last the longest I have tried yet. And they feel great, almost no nicks and and no irritated skin.
Rating:
Great Blades
5/12/2017
Feather Double Edge Razor Blades (50 Blades) "These blades are great and super sharp. When I first used them I had to be very careful with my razor. So I recommend caution to those who have not used them before. Buying them in bulk is the way to go as well.
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Excellent kit for finding your blade!
5/11/2017
DE Blade Sampler Pack, Choice "I really enjoyed trying a bunch of different blades in this kit while making sure I find what is best for me. Let me rank them:

Derby: Kinda meh, did their thing, pulled a little.... ok.

Feather: Super sharp, nicked me everytime I shaved. Kinda uneven shave, slight neck rash. I felt my beard was too thick for this one. Shaved great at day 4, but then only for a couple of days. My rash wasn't worth it.

Chrystal Stainless Steel: Stayed sharp all week, very consistent got a week out of them. Not my favorite, but reliable.

Astra: I seemed to like the shave on these the most. Day 4 dragged a little as i felt the blade was worn. Good value even if switching every 4 days.

Red Personna: Cut like the Astra, but seemed to hold its edge longest (5 days, maybe 7 depending on my technique). I think this is my best buy.



So there, check prices here and amazon as a few blades WCS beats, and a couple amazon does. I still have about 6 mo of shaving left with what is left of this kit. So not bad.
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