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Oski1981 1,338 4,389 July 13, 2016 at 11:04 AM in Razors (6) More eBay Deals
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Last Edited by thestreetlight July 22, 2016 at 05:51 PM
healthcareplus has the Gillette Sensor Excel Razor Blades (20 Cartridges) [ebay.com] for $21.99 Plus Free Shipping. - Now $23.75
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Paid $24 at Amazon. This is slightly better, but not sure such a great deal.
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Trying not to thread-crap here, but is there an easy way to tell whether these are counterfeits? I've seen worries about fake Gillette blades in a lot of SD deals in the past.

Thanks in advance for any insights!
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Quote from MinisterOfEtc View Post :
Trying not to thread-crap here, but is there an easy way to tell whether these are counterfeits? I've seen worries about fake Gillette blades in a lot of SD deals in the past.

Thanks in advance for any insights!
Your safest bet is to buy from a reputable seller. I have no idea who "Healthcareplus" is, so I wouldn't buy from them without scoping out their feedback closely.

eBay has some tips posted [ebay.com], though. After you buy them, you can do a comparison.

Personally...I moved to double edge razors. Premium blades are $0.10 - $0.20 and the shave is better. Came to scope these out for DW and see if anybody has experience with this seller. Because she won't make the switch and I don't want to waste money on fakes.
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I used these razors over fifteen years ago, possibly twenty. They were good then if you prefer the lower razor count to today's monsters.
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