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Gillette Super Thin Double Edge Blades Review

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Gillette Super Thin blades are among the sharpest I have ever used. In my opinion, they are sharper than Gillette 7 o’clock super platinum’s and even Bic blades. They are comparable to Feather blades in terms of sharpness but offer better smoothness and durability.

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Gillette Super Thin blades are among the sharpest I have ever used. In my opinion, they are sharper than Gillette 7 o’clock super platinum’s and even Bic blades. They are comparable to Feather blades in terms of sharpness but offer better smoothness and durability.

Description

Gillette Super Thin Double Edge Blades Review

These blades are marketed in Thailand. Although I cannot read Thai, I assume they are produced there.

Packaging:

Each pack contains 6 blades, with 1 blade assumed to be complimentary based on the bold “1” printed on the left side of the packaging. The blades are individually wrapped in wax paper and covered with Brand paper.

The man featured on the cover is King C Gillette.

Cost: ₹660 for 120 blades

Performance:

These blades are among the sharpest I have ever used. In my opinion, they are sharper than Gillette 7 o’clock Super Platinum’s and even BIC blades.

They are comparable to Feather blades in terms of sharpness but offer better smoothness and durability. Feather blades typically last for only 4 shaves, whereas these Gillette Super Thin blades have provided irritation-free shaves for up to 13 uses.

Gillette Super Thin do feel smoother than Feather blades, although they have a similar bare feel. Despite this, they have maintained their sharpness even after 15 shaves.

Blade Ratings

Durability: 15 shaves

Sharpness: 9/10

Smoothness: 7/10

These blades are marketed as Super Thin, and while I cannot confirm if they are the thinnest blades available, they certainly live up to their name as super blades.

Overall, these blades are excellent.

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