Avoid this blade like the plague!!! Like shaving with a aluminum can that someone ripped apart. Seemed very dull and I can't recommend this brand at all. I have nothing more to say.
Sharp Stainless: This blade from Bangledesh is a very nice blade. I get a very close shave with little tug or pull. The life is a bit short, though, at only about 4 shaves per blade. I would think they would be more long-lived at 15 ? cents per blade in quantity. Many will not consider this a drawback, so it should be considered by them.
These blades are an excellent value. They give an A+ shave. I have found that the razor you put the blade into is More Important than the blade itself. I purchased a Muhle R89 Double Edge Safety Razor and its cutting geometry is perfect, also the head of the razor keeps the heat in it after running hot water over it. Warm steel cut much better than cold steel! A high priced blade in a cheap razor = a cheap shave; an inexpensive blade in a quality razor = a first class shave. Blades = ****+
Dull, pulls like crazy
I've tired this blade in my 34HD, 37HD slant bar and my Vision 2000. Each blade was new, and tugged like crazy. In the 34HD I had to stop shaving because the blade was so poor. In the 37HD and Vision, I got a decent but very uncomfortable shave from the Sharp blades. There are much better blades available from West Coast Shaving for the same or cheaper price. Try Crystal or Derby if you are on a budget. Feather, Wilkinson or Merkur if you aren't trying to save a few bucks.