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KAI Captain Titan Mild Refill, Straight Blade, 20 Blades

3 Reviews
$19.00
THIS ITEM SHIPS FREE ON ORDERS $45+
SKU RB-KAI-BCAPT
  • Very smooth, sharp blade for the classic shave you want
  • Fits Cobra Classic, Kai Straight, and Huntlee Katana Safety razors
  • Titanium coated blades are more durable than conventional DE blades so they last longer

The heart of a good shave, whether disaposable, DE, or straight, is a good blade. Razor blades can make or break the groom that you are looking for. And they are often a very subjective experience. But there are some blade makers that stand head and shoulders above the rest. KAI is one of them. Coming out of an 800 year tradition of Japanese blade making, KAI brings the sharpest, smoothest blades to the market with KAI Captain Titan Mild Refill, Straight Blade.

This pack of blades is created with PINK (Plasma Ion New...
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KB
11/16/2017
Kevin B.
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Smoothest AC Blades yet

I get more shaves per blade than Feathers and my face is happier doing it. They are the best AC Blades I have found when paired with my Colonial Razors Brass General.

TS
01/06/2017
Terrance S.
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Very good blade . More

Very good blade . More forgiving than feather.

D
03/22/2016
Donald

Kai Titan Mild Blades and Mongoose AlumiGoose Razors

I have read from one Mongoose user that Kai Mild blades are too mild a blade for a coarse beard. That was not my experience, as relates to the AlumiGoose Version 1. The AlumiGoose 1 is more aggressive than either the Stainless Steel Mongoose, or the more recent AlumiGoose Version 2. In the AlumiGoose 1 the Kai Titan Mild was the only blade I could use without extreme care and caution (or bloodshed). I found it to be both forgiving and efficient, and longer lasting than the Feather AC Pro, which I use in my new AlumiGoose 2. I have never tried the Mongoose in Stainless Steel to compare. But from my experience I would recommend this blade.