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Wilkinson Sword Double Edge Razor Cartridge
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- Wilkinson Sword Double Edge single Razor Cartridge, 5 blades [Health and Beauty]
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : Yes
- Product Dimensions : 10.16 x 10.16 x 2.54 cm; 10 Grams
- Date First Available : Nov. 5 2013
- Manufacturer : Wilkinson
- ASIN : B0006M56BK
- Item model number : 5WLKNSN
- Customer Reviews:
Traditional Double Edge Blade technology for long time shavers
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I would recommend any DE shaver to try these at least once. And a 5 blade pack is perfect to try without having to buy a hundred blades.
These blades are not on the "add on" list any more but I would still buy them even after using Feather blades I like these better but make sure that they are the made in Germany blades. I see now that there are Wilkinson blades for much less made in China I have no idea if they give as good of a shave as theses blades you never know and sometimes you get what you pay for.
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I already had a 100-pack of Astra SP, but I am still new-ish to DE safety razors, so I'm still inquisitive enough to try a few blades. So far Astra SP is the best. Wilkinson was a close second and I don't regret trying it, but I won't buy again. The value isn't there. It was still a bit rougher than Astra. Others I've tried so far are Van Der Hagen (Germany), which came with my Van Der Hagen razor and Merkur (by Solingen), which came with my Merkur 37c Slant. Van Der Hagen blades are tolerable, Merkur blade was forgettable. I have relegated all of these to "clearing the runways" - trimming the sideburns, for which I use the regular DE (not as easy with slant). I have also recently tried Feather and the first shave was rather nice, but the second was rough - I suspect they are a "one shave blade", which makes them too expensive and not worth it.
I will probably give them as samples to friends and maybe try it once or twice more in each of my razors and will update if I have any news.
Granted, I just switched to DE shaving, so my face may have to become accustomed to this blade. For now, Astra seems to give me the more comfortable shave. However, I'll leave Wilkinson on deck and give them a go, from time to time, to see if my face has warmed up to them.
I'll be sure to update this review if the Wilkinson blade's performance has improved.