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furiousjammin06/01/2020 21:53

Be careful with your used blades guys!I pushed a bin bag into the bin a …Be careful with your used blades guys!I pushed a bin bag into the bin a couple of years ago and a blade must have fell out and I ended up with a 4 inch cut across the palm/side of my hand. Haven't used these since.


Hi. Good point regarding safety. You can slide the used blades back into the case using the slit located on the underside. I personally use cheap R2D2 money box, which I have glued the lid on tight, to store my used blades. Happy shaving all
Perhaps it's just me and my (slightly) warped perception but .... Samaritans' number is 0121 666 6644 for anyone needing it.
Be careful with your used blades guys!

I pushed a bin bag into the bin a couple of years ago and a blade must have fell out and I ended up with a 4 inch cut across the palm/side of my hand. Haven't used these since.
furiousjammin06/01/2020 21:53

Be careful with your used blades guys!I pushed a bin bag into the bin a …Be careful with your used blades guys!I pushed a bin bag into the bin a couple of years ago and a blade must have fell out and I ended up with a 4 inch cut across the palm/side of my hand. Haven't used these since.


I liked your comment for the warning. Not because you cut yourself, obviously.
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Don't **** with the Peaky Blinders!
Also available for 9.51 with a razor handle.
Be careful with your used blades guys!

I pushed a bin bag into the bin a couple of years ago and a blade must have fell out and I ended up with a 4 inch cut across the palm/side of my hand. Haven't used these since.
furiousjammin06/01/2020 21:53

Be careful with your used blades guys!I pushed a bin bag into the bin a …Be careful with your used blades guys!I pushed a bin bag into the bin a couple of years ago and a blade must have fell out and I ended up with a 4 inch cut across the palm/side of my hand. Haven't used these since.


Hi. Good point regarding safety. You can slide the used blades back into the case using the slit located on the underside. I personally use cheap R2D2 money box, which I have glued the lid on tight, to store my used blades. Happy shaving all
furiousjammin06/01/2020 21:53

Be careful with your used blades guys!I pushed a bin bag into the bin a …Be careful with your used blades guys!I pushed a bin bag into the bin a couple of years ago and a blade must have fell out and I ended up with a 4 inch cut across the palm/side of my hand. Haven't used these since.


I put mine in a cheap metal money box, it will take years to fill
Perhaps it's just me and my (slightly) warped perception but .... Samaritans' number is 0121 666 6644 for anyone needing it.
furiousjammin06/01/2020 21:53

Be careful with your used blades guys!I pushed a bin bag into the bin a …Be careful with your used blades guys!I pushed a bin bag into the bin a couple of years ago and a blade must have fell out and I ended up with a 4 inch cut across the palm/side of my hand. Haven't used these since.


I liked your comment for the warning. Not because you cut yourself, obviously.
wonder how these blades compare to the generally cheap Astra blades. I bought 100 of them for £8.50 - mind still have most of them left too as generally have a beard these days

Ordered for my son though....he's due to have his first shaves soon
NigelLovatt06/01/2020 21:59

Hi. Good point regarding safety. You can slide the used blades back into …Hi. Good point regarding safety. You can slide the used blades back into the case using the slit located on the underside. I personally use cheap R2D2 money box, which I have glued the lid on tight, to store my used blades. Happy shaving all


I have a Jar Jar binks money tin? Will that suffice? :/
Some blades come in individually wrapped packets so when you finish with one you can replace the old blade then put it back in the wrapper. The wrapper is obviously thick enough so that it doesn't cut you once thrown away.
It would be interesting to know if these are as sharp as Feather blades. Those things are literally cut throat and 100% not for beginners.
Edited by: "Enet" 6th Jan
furiousjammin06/01/2020 21:53

Be careful with your used blades guys!I pushed a bin bag into the bin a …Be careful with your used blades guys!I pushed a bin bag into the bin a couple of years ago and a blade must have fell out and I ended up with a 4 inch cut across the palm/side of my hand. Haven't used these since.



These ones look like they come in the reletively common plastic dispensors that have a slot on the bottom that you slide used blades into. If anyone has double edge blades that gets dispensed from a litte plastic holder(each one has 10blades normally) then there's almost definitely a bit on the bottom to slide used blades in. Blades from many big brands use them, Wilkinson Sword, Feather, Big Ben, etc.

These Amazon ones has the same thing. Someone in the reviews thankfully posted a photo of the product. Amazon seems to think we just want to see photos of the box in the photos for some reason, kind of frustrating.
Normally pay over £9 for 100 so with good reviews, I have taken a punt
Midnight.Tboy06/01/2020 22:14

wonder how these blades compare to the generally cheap Astra blades. I …wonder how these blades compare to the generally cheap Astra blades. I bought 100 of them for £8.50 - mind still have most of them left too as generally have a beard these daysOrdered for my son though....he's due to have his first shaves soon


I have used Astras and these and these are sharper I think. Very close shave.
Enet06/01/2020 22:37

Some blades come in individually wrapped packets so when you finish with …Some blades come in individually wrapped packets so when you finish with one you can replace the old blade then put it back in the wrapper. The wrapper is obviously thick enough so that it doesn't cut you once thrown away. It would be interesting to know if these are as sharp as Feather blades. Those things are literally cut throat and 100% not for beginners.


Feather blades are amazing in my DE razor. Been using them for years. But by heck are they sharp! So sharp that the only way you can tell you've messed up is by the sudden outlet of blood. You don't feel the cut at all.
Shaving with these needs training lessons. However traditional barbers use them with utmost professionalism.
TheTechAuthor06/01/2020 23:08

Feather blades are amazing in my DE razor. Been using them for years. But …Feather blades are amazing in my DE razor. Been using them for years. But by heck are they sharp! So sharp that the only way you can tell you've messed up is by the sudden outlet of blood. You don't feel the cut at all.


Yep :). I learn't the hard way and stopped being a beginner very quickly lol. But the thing I learn't is that because it is so sharp, when you shave it doesn't leave your skin feeling raw.
Edited by: "Enet" 6th Jan
Ordered Astra about a year ago, and still got over 3/4 of the pack left lol
Magda11106/01/2020 22:11

Perhaps it's just me and my (slightly) warped perception but .... …Perhaps it's just me and my (slightly) warped perception but .... Samaritans' number is 0121 666 6644 for anyone needing it.


They used to give these out to self harmers at a well known London hospital to ensure a clean cut should they choose to do, so not (slightly) warped at all.
johnnyd57uk06/01/2020 23:47

They used to give these out to self harmers at a well known London …They used to give these out to self harmers at a well known London hospital to ensure a clean cut should they choose to do, so not (slightly) warped at all.


That's horrendous. This is not the kind of ''help'' these people need.
I manage to cut myself to pieces with a Gillette Fusion, if I tried to use these I'd end up looking like I'd had a slap off Freddy Kruger...
furiousjammin06/01/2020 21:53

Be careful with your used blades guys!I pushed a bin bag into the bin a …Be careful with your used blades guys!I pushed a bin bag into the bin a couple of years ago and a blade must have fell out and I ended up with a 4 inch cut across the palm/side of my hand. Haven't used these since.


You haven’t used them since?
That’s like burning your nuts in the bath and then refusing to bathe in hot water ever again.
A tin is defo a good idea to store used ones as the whole lot can be recycled then, i bought a blade safe as its the kids job to empty bins and I didn't want to take the chance of them getting cut.
DE blades need to be disposed off properly. Definitely not a good idea to simply toss them in a rubbish bag.
TheTechAuthor06/01/2020 23:08

Feather blades are amazing in my DE razor. Been using them for years. But …Feather blades are amazing in my DE razor. Been using them for years. But by heck are they sharp! So sharp that the only way you can tell you've messed up is by the sudden outlet of blood. You don't feel the cut at all.


Looks like i found the right tool for the job. Thanks
i remember back in the days you get the small packs for like 50p. Cant find them anywhere as i only need a small amount for the cut throat for "lining up"
Great find! Normally pay £4 for 10! £5.82 for 100 bargain!
Magda11106/01/2020 23:56

That's horrendous. This is not the kind of ''help'' these people need.



It's damage limitation. There are no universal quick fixes for mental health issues and sometimes reducing risk is the best that can be achieved, at least in the short term.
xPabloz07/01/2020 07:07

Looks like i found the right tool for the job. Thanks


Just be careful, seriously! You can cut yourself by just looking at a Feather blade the wrong way.
Edited by: "Enet" 7th Jan
nomez07/01/2020 09:33

i remember back in the days you get the small packs for like 50p. Cant …i remember back in the days you get the small packs for like 50p. Cant find them anywhere as i only need a small amount for the cut throat for "lining up"


Wilkos do em mate, but they are £4 for 10, you might aswell just spend the couple quid extra and get these ones and have a big stash of them
Abhogal07/01/2020 09:47

Great find! Normally pay £4 for 10! £5.82 for 100 bargain!


Bloody hell, that's expensive. I've never paid more than 10p each
merkur 38c and a box of these and you're sorted for ages
RealTalkDealz07/01/2020 13:39

merkur 38c and a box of these and you're sorted for ages


I have the 38c. Typically use feather blades but will give these a try due to how cheap they are. Thanks op.
cheaperbythe1207/01/2020 13:42

I have the 38c. Typically use feather blades but will give these a try due …I have the 38c. Typically use feather blades but will give these a try due to how cheap they are. Thanks op.


I usuallybuse Astra
If you want some cheap shaving soap thesw might be a better buy for an extra 2 quid, personally buy ProRaso bmight be okay for those not too bothered

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furiousjammin06/01/2020 21:53

Be careful with your used blades guys!I pushed a bin bag into the bin a …Be careful with your used blades guys!I pushed a bin bag into the bin a couple of years ago and a blade must have fell out and I ended up with a 4 inch cut across the palm/side of my hand. Haven't used these since.


Always put them back into those plastic things they come in
Tallons06/01/2020 23:18

Shaving with these needs training lessons. However traditional barbers use …Shaving with these needs training lessons. However traditional barbers use them with utmost professionalism.


Nah its easy, been doing them since a teen, get a Merkur 38C and some proraso shaving soap
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Magda11106/01/2020 22:11

Perhaps it's just me and my (slightly) warped perception but .... …Perhaps it's just me and my (slightly) warped perception but .... Samaritans' number is 0121 666 6644 for anyone needing it.


To be fair, if you needed 100 to get the job done then perhaps you were justified in your thinking in the first place!
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