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Feather 10 Razor Blades New Hi-Stainless Double Edge
- Outstanding Longevity - retains sharpness and smoothness for many shaves
- Extremely Sharp, Smooth and Comfortable
- Highest quality Japanese blades made to fit different double edge safety razors
- The sharpest double edge razor blades on the market
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Size: 10 Pack
Use with your favorite safety razor and shaving cream for a great shave.
Top Customer Reviews
Because of new job opportunities, I had to return to shaving after growing out and wearing a full beard for over a year. I dislike conventional shaving so much that it was one of the several reasons why I've grown out my beard in the past.
When deciding to shave off my beard again, I promised myself I would make shaving more enjoyable than I'd experienced with those useless cartridge and electric razors I've wasted my money on. Of course, my research led me to wet-shaving with a double edge safety razor.
I was apprehensive to use these blades at first. I'd read so many reviews about these being "ninja sharp" and "not for beginners" I was willing to wait patiently as I retaught myself how to shave. I was developing my technique and getting comfortable with the Derby blades all while the Feathers sat on the shelf.
Finally, after a 5 or 6 shaves with the Derby, I put a Feather Hi-Stainless.
It was the best move I've made since I started shaving again.
These blades are so sharp, so smooth, so effective at cutting through my beard. Just to double check, after about 2 weeks using the Feather blades, I tried another Derby blade to see if I could get comparable results. I simply couldn't. After 2 or 3 dragging, tugging, pulling cuts with a (new) Derby blade, I put back in the Feather and may never use another brand of blades again.
Don't be put off by the "not for beginners" hype and paranoia surrounding these blades. On your first ever day of learning how to drive, did you wrap your dad's car around a telephone pole at 90 mph? Probably not.Read more ›
A good measure of irritation comes from what I do after the shave. I have a problem with ingrown hairs, so to prevent those I recently learned to apply 10% glycolic acid cream immediately after each shave. Applying the acid after shaving with the Derby's leads to an incredible amount of stinging, so ridiculous the pain that I end up laughing like a lunatic in an effort to bear it. I applied the acid after the shave with the Feather, expecting the worst, but surprisingly there was only some mild stinging. Some aloe on top of that and I was a happy man.Read more ›
My brother packed Merkur blades in there. I was amazed at the closeness and ease of my shaves. Well, almost a year later, my Merkur's stopped working. How could razor blades "stop working" you might ask? I have no idea. It is still a mystery to me. I changed my blade once a week, and never had a problem for almost a year. The only thing I can think of is that my face got used to them. But it happened pretty much all of a sudden, out of nowhere..very strange.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I wasn't sure what blades to purchase for my boyfriend's new safety razor, so I researched, researched, then (wait for it) researched some more. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Brooke
Finding the correct blade for your skin type can be a long (and sometimes painful) process. After trying at least 15 brands of double edge razors a friend of mine gave me a pack... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Sunny in Florida
Having grown tired of getting gouged by the big boys for four blade cartridges, I jumped in the double edge market about four months ago. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Gregory A. Glasscock
Wow. Super sharp not super smooth but face is no irritation took off a piece of my upper lip but oh well didn't need it anyway. Two passes with the grain very smoothPublished 6 days ago by Paul Marino
Given it's fame as a rather sharp blade I was hesitant. You just need to be more careful than usual until you get used to it. Read morePublished 7 days ago by A Diaz
Feather blades have a great reputation with those of us who have been using a DE razor for awhile. This blades are super sharp, I've cut myself with a Feather by accident and... Read morePublished 7 days ago by David Clancy
I'm new to wet shaving although it's not rocket science. First the blade is very,very oh did I say "very" sharp. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer