07-11-2017, 04:19 PM
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  • slr31
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Hello Folks,



For sale is a bunch of blades. All prices include CONUS shipping. I can only ship them out by this Monday, the 17th. Please send PM if interested. Thanks for looking!



Super-Max Super Platinum Tiger.  A premium blade from Super-Max but no longer in production. 600 Blades total.  Asking $22  $18/200.
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Vidyut SuperPlatinum. A very smooth blade that has also worked well in the 2011 R41. 450 Blades total.  Seen on sale for $9/50. Asking $18 $15/200
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Assorted blade sampler. 140+ blades of fine variety. Have multiple packs.  Asking $21 $16
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Vintage Personna Super stainless (Made in Great Britain) blades. 420 206 Total. Asking $30/103
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Gillette Black Super Platinum (Black Ninja). 2012 batch. Super smooth and sharp blades. 140 total blades. Seen on sale for $19/84. Asking $22 $20/140
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Gillette Permasharp Stainless. 800 600 Blades total. Seen on sale for about $19/100. Asking $25 $22/200
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Treet SE Carbon blades.  Super sharp SE blades. Not easy to find them. 240 blades total. $30 $27/120
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SOLD Wilkinson Light Brigades. Total 50  40 blades. Asking $18/10
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 07-11-2017, 05:14 PM
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Nice deal with those vintage Personnas. 

I have some and they're Golden Age era good.

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 07-11-2017, 05:21 PM
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(07-11-2017, 05:14 PM)bakerbarber Wrote: Nice deal with those vintage Personnas. 

I have some and they're Golden Age era good.

Thanks Todd. The one blade I tried, my face did not like it. Maybe I should try it with a different razor.

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 07-11-2017, 06:18 PM
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They've got "personality" I think. They hit their stride on the second shave and get better though the fifth and sixth. Then they gradually go less and less smooth. Depending on how much you like to push them. They'll give me a week solid of nice shaves. I usually change my blades out of habit every weekend. I think these are usually, for me, plenty nice when I bin them. I find them very similar to Gillette Spoilers. 

Then again, I use mild razors most often. I'm not putting them through the paces others might. 

Maybe try palm stropping one of them? Could help get to the best of the smoothness without the break in period having to be on your face. I do that with Feather and Kai DE mostly. These aren't that kind of sharp or rough, but I think it helps to clean up the edge regardless especially when going vintage.

GLWTS.

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 07-12-2017, 10:00 AM
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(07-11-2017, 06:18 PM)bakerbarber Wrote: They've got "personality" I think. They hit their stride on the second shave and get better though the fifth and sixth. Then they gradually go less and less smooth. Depending on how much you like to push them. They'll give me a week solid of nice shaves. I usually change my blades out of habit every weekend. I think these are usually, for me, plenty nice when I bin them. I find them very similar to Gillette Spoilers. 

Then again, I use mild razors most often. I'm not putting them through the paces others might. 

Maybe try palm stropping one of them? Could help get to the best of the smoothness without the break in period having to be on your face. I do that with Feather and Kai DE mostly. These aren't that kind of sharp or rough, but I think it helps to clean up the edge regardless especially when going vintage.

GLWTS.

Todd, thanks for the info. I will certainly try stropping this the next time and maybe a milder razor.

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 07-12-2017, 10:27 AM
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PM sent.


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 07-12-2017, 11:57 AM
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Thank you buyers and TSN.

Mods, please archive thread.

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