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Gillette Sensor Excel Razor Blades - 50 Cartridges for $48.99 + Free Shipping

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healthcareplus1 via eBay [ebay.com] has Gillette Sensor Excel Razor Blades - 50 Cartridges for $48.99. Shipping is free.
  • 50 Blades/order, filled with 5 × 10 packs
  • Fits Sensor, Sensor Excel & Sensor 3 razors
  • Also Fits Personna Tri-Flexxx razors

Also available is Gillette Sensor Razor Blade Refills [ebay.com] - 50 Cartridges for $45.99
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Good deal but I only go through 2 blades a year. Within the next 25 years I might want to change to a different razer.

How about a good price on a 10 pack ?
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Good deal but I only go through 2 blades a year. Within the next 25 years I might want to change to a different razer.

How about a good price on a 10 pack ?
Even a '70's-era female Romanian gymnast would go through more than that shaving her mustache.
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How does it compare to 52-ct Sensor2 Plus disposable for $30 from Sam's Club? https://www.samsclub.com/sams/gil...roduct:1:1
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I'm unsure why a dude who doesn't grow facial hair is on a razor blade post.
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These are not the same blades that are in the stores are they? I am always weary of buying batteries, razors and SD cards from amazon/ebay for those reasons. Listing says these are made in Poland and the markings will vary. Doesn't really make you feel very confident in the legitimacy of these blades.
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These are not the same blades that are in the stores are they? I am always weary of buying batteries, razors and SD cards from amazon/ebay for those reasons. Listing says these are made in Poland and the markings will vary. Doesn't really make you feel very confident in the legitimacy of these blades.


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PROJECT TYPE
New production and packaging facility for razors
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Lodz SEZ, Poland
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Gillette razor range for European distribution including Mach 3 Turbo and Venus lines. The new pack centre in Lodz will be equipped with upwards of 40 different packaging lines.Gillette has begun construction of a new production and packaging facility for its shaving products in the Lodz SEZ, Poland.Paperboard cartons for razor refill heads will be packaged on Schubert systems that can construct, load, glue and inspect paperboard cartons from blanks.The packaging used will include custom thermoformed clam shells, blister packs, pillow bags and paperboard folding cartons.Gillette manufacturing hallsGillette is setting up two manufacturing halls for the production of disposable razors and other existing shaving systems.MACH 3 Turbo and Venus PassionThe popular MACH 3 Turbo and Venus Passion will be packaged on high volume systems.Lodz 40 different packaging linesThe new pack centre in Lodz will be equipped with upwards of 40 different packaging lines.Gillette has begun construction of a new production and packaging facility for its shaving products in the Lodz SEZ, Poland.

In August 2004 Gillette Poland International began construction of a new 92,600m² manufacturing and packaging facility for its shaving products in the Nowy Jozefow-Sremba complex of the Lodz Special Economic Zone (SEZ), Poland.

The facility (the Gillette Lodz Manufacturing Centre) occupies a 20ha site in the SEZ and employs over 2,000 people. The investment for the new facility was estimated at €120 million ($148 million); the plant has also received a €10 million European investment grant along with significant tax exemptions by the Polish government.

The plant has allowed the company to rationalise production across all its European facilities and consolidate its operations at Hemel Hampstead, Isleworth and Berlin to the new Polish plant. The two UK facilities have closed with the loss of 450 jobs and the Berlin facility has transferred its 'Sensor' range production to Poland along with 100 specialist personnel. The facility will reduce operating costs and improve efficiency across the European blade and razor manufacturing operation.

Gillette already had a small operation in Lodz, but this closed when the new plant became operational on 6 June 2006. Gillette has set up two manufacturing halls which are now used for the production of disposable razors and other existing shaving systems, as well as the packaging and distribution of all Gillette blade and razor products in Europe. The facility will produce 1.5 billion units per annum for the European and Asian markets
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Was excited when the mach 3 came out and worked so much better than these. Not sure why anyone would go back to a lesser blade. Or why any one would use the crabby dorco stuff.
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Was excited when the mach 3 came out and worked so much better than these. Not sure why anyone would go back to a lesser blade. Or why any one would use the crabby dorco stuff.
I tried mach 3 and they were terrible to me. I cut myself a lot more and it was harder to get clean lines. More blades does not equate better. Agree the Dorco are trash no matter the product you try.
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I'm unsure why a dude who doesn't grow facial hair is on a razor blade post.
I am fairly certain they do the dry the blade immediately and 'sharpen' it with that as seen on tv thing or simply running it backwards on a pair of jeans.

Personally that never lasted much longer for me so I think they just keep using the same dull blade and don't care about the stubble. I would bet they work from home (no shame in it just explaining where they could be coming from).
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How does it compare to 52-ct Sensor2 Plus disposable for $30 from Sam's Club? https://www.samsclub.com/sams/gil...roduct:1:1
Those are entire disposable razors. This post is for the replaceable razor head/cartridges for the Gillette Sensor razor handle. Different things.
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Those are entire disposable razors. This post is for the replaceable razor head/cartridges for the Gillette Sensor razor handle. Different things.
I know...I meant how does the blade/shave compare? Do they use the same blades, or better/worse? P&G is all over the place with their product lineup, it's hard to tel, what's supposed to be comparable to what.
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Fake blades
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Even a '70's-era female Romanian gymnast would go through more than that shaving her mustache.
I do have a beard but shave neck/checks 5x week. Just clean then dry blade off afterwards. These blades do last a while if cared for. I bought a 14 pack about 5 years ago so am getting low on blades. Too cheap to replace blades (throw away money) needlessly.

Yes I do work in an office.
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