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Merkur Combo Pack of 30 Razor Blades

by Merkur

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  • 3 packs....with 10 Blades per Pack for a total of 30 blades
  • Stainless Steel
  • For a Clean, Close Shave
  • Fits Merkur Double Edge Razors
  • Made in Solingen, Germany
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Product Description

* 10 Blades per Pack (3 packs....30 blades total) * Stainless Steel * For a Clean, Close Shave * Fits Merkur Double Edge Razors * Made in Solingen, Germany Merkur Double Edge Razor Blades fit Merkur Double Edge Razors. The blades come in a pack of 10 stainless steel, high quality blades and you will get 3 packs for a total of 30 blades.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000NCMMBA
  • UPC: 692991702096
  • Item model number: MR30
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (278 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,056 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Customer Reviews

Gives a close shave.
Abbie Walker
It's almost worth your time to buy a double edged razor to try these and discover how much less money you're spending on the shaving experience in general.
Lew Troop
I find the Merkur Double Edge Razor Blade to be the best blade for shaving with.
D. Craine

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Brandon Leonardo on July 27, 2008
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The blades are inexpensive, work well and they do last for a few shaves. They were the first ones I tried, and I actually have a Merkur razor so I thought they'd work well together. However, after trying the Derby Extra's, I have to say that those are much better blades. As always your mileage may vary. I would recommend getting less than a 3 pack and just giving them a try if you really want to test them out.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ricardo on January 21, 2011
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A few months ago I went back to DE shaving after many years using cartridges and even an Braun electric. I bought a Merkur razor so decided to try it with Merkur blades as that kind of made sense to me.

This is a heavily edited version of my previous review and I think that it more accurately reflects my thoughts on this product. My first shave with a Merkur blade (the one that was packaged with the razor) was a total disaster. Numerous nicks and as bad a case of razor burn as I've ever experienced in my 50 years of shaving. One shave and that blade went into the trash.

I pretty much blamed myself for the problem, thinking that I needed to get used to DE shaving again. Though there is some truth in that, I now know that the problem had more to do with the blade than with me. I had also ordered some additional Merkur blades and the difference between them and the free blade was amazing. Not that I became an overnight sensation with a DE, but even my second DE shave was a lot better and I hadn't changed anything other than the blade.

So far, I've used about 30 Merkur blades and it's become one of my favorite brands. I get between 5-7 nice shaves from each. I have read elsewhere that I am not the only one who has had problems withe the "free" Merkur blade. Had someone told me this before trying it I might have thought them crazy. Why would Merkur supply a horrible blade with their razors when the profit lies in selling more blades? Had I not already bought additional Merkur blades, they would never have made their way into my razor again.

If I have one criticism of Merkur blades, it's their price. They are good blades, but no better than others selling for a lot less. Crystal Platinum, in particular, gives me at least as good a shave at about 1/3 the cost of Merkur.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By L. Ward on December 13, 2007
Being a man of color I rely on the single blade razors. Merkur razors and blades have been the best for me no more bumps or ingrown hairs. I own two of them the long and short handles. I recommend them for all guys who have trouble with bumps and razor burn cause it is perfect for sensitive skin.
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25 of 34 people found the following review helpful By ASA on November 1, 2009
I'm a bit stunned by these reviews. If you buy a Merkur Razor, this is possibly the worst choice in a blade. They are incredibly expensive, dull quickly, and provide a rather rough shave.

If you are using a Merkur blade as your first DE blade, maybe you think it's great, but there are so many better choices that are a fraction of the cost.

Please get a sampler pack of blades when you get your first DE razor. Derby, Gillette 7 O'Clock, Israeli Personna, and even Wal-Mart blades are a much better choice. These are terrible. I buy my favorite blade (Israeli Personna) for about 10 cents a blade with shipping. Derbys are pretty good too, at about 13 cents a blade.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Lamberg on August 1, 2010
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I'm starting to think some of the extremely positive and extremely negative reviews for double edge razor blades are just a result of brand loyalty. I've tried quite a few brands of DERBs and have found very little difference between them, even with relatively thick stubble. The truth is, at ~$0.10 a blade you can't really go wrong. These Merkurs worked fine but in my opinion were not worth their premium.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Franstjohn on August 8, 2010
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I don't have an especially heavy beard and i've tried several different brands of blades. The Merkurs are an excellent choice. I don't believe they are the sharpest blade I've used but they are more than adequate. For me, their biggest asset is consistency and that's a big plus if you have ever gotten a dud out of your razor dispenser and scratched or nicked yourself with a "new" blade. If I had to pick a "con", it would be the cost of the blades.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rock on July 7, 2012
Tried these blades because it came with the Merkur razor that I bought. I've been using a Parker with Shark and Feather blades. The Merkur blade felt like I was dragging a brick across my face. Not a good experience at all. I would rank it behind Derby. Well behind Derby. They may work well for some, but I won't be using them. The razor itself is good, but not the blade.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By John Miller on April 4, 2012
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At the coaxing of a co-worker, I switched from a fancy disposable multi-blade to an old-fashioned safety razor. He had done the same about a year earlier, and thought it would be good for me. I have extremely sensitive skin, and very coarse facial hair.

My co-worker had tried 8 or 9 different brands of blades; as a result, he had that many for me to try. We both landed on the Merkur as our blade of choice. While the Feather blades seem a tad sharper, these seem... more solid... or something. I get a close shave without feeling like I took off the top 3 layers of skin as well. I rarely get razor burn anymore, and the blades will last for several shaves.

Everything I could hope for and more, and I use them exclusively now.

Blades are a personal thing; what works for one won't work for all, but these are worth at least checking out.
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