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12-Count Gillette Fusion5 Men's Razor Blade Refills EXPIRED

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Amazon has 12-Count Gillette Fusion5 Men's Razor Blade Refills for $15.71 after you follow the instructions below and checkout w/ Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+.

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  • Refills fit all Gillette 5-Blade handles (excluding GilletteLabs)
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  • Soft microns
  • Up to 1 month of shaves with each refill

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Amazon has 12 count Gillette Fusion5 Men's Razor Blade Refills for $18.71 when you checkout with Subscribe and Save.

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$13 and change if you are at the highest level of subscribe and save discount. That's just over $1 a blade, fantastic price. Well, not really, the whole razor market is just one monstrous scam, this should be the everyday price for tiny pieces of metal in disposable plastic...
Buyer beware, I Got fake ones from Amazon when I ordered last time, the blade quality was way inferior than the costco ones.

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TU and repped, Tuna. Only $13.74 for me after all the discounts. The Fusion 5 Proglide (got it free from a Braun razor purchase at Costco) turned out to be an excellent razor... FYI for those of you that may not own a Fusion 5 Proglide.

Oh, also, believe the blades are Made In USA as well. 🇺🇲
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$13 and change if you are at the highest level of subscribe and save discount. That's just over $1 a blade, fantastic price. Well, not really, the whole razor market is just one monstrous scam, this should be the everyday price for tiny pieces of metal in disposable plastic...
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Quote from bargin-sniper :
Fellow slicksters....
I used to but these and they are fast and decent.
If you want to save money go to DE wet shave at NIGHT!!
Take time and enjoy a good shave that lasts for 2 days.
No irritated skin or bumps, my skin never felt better!!!
Pennies a week after the gear!
You used to what these?
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Sweet, need some to shave the balls
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Buyer beware, I Got fake ones from Amazon when I ordered last time, the blade quality was way inferior than the costco ones.
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Be careful, Amazon has been known to regularly have fake cartilages. I've gotten bad ones from them a couple times and won't buy from them anymore.
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Fusion5 is always good. Anyone looking for an alternative, I like the Bulldog 5 blade razors. They usually go on sale at Walgreens or CVS every once in awhile. I haven't found a cartridge I like better than those two and I've tried a lot.
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Quote from peccadillo :
Buyer beware, I Got fake ones from Amazon when I ordered last time, the blade quality was way inferior than the costco ones.
I've had the same problem and gotten fake ones from Amazon a couple times. I've gotten them through deals from Costco and they're always genuine. You can feel a HUGE difference. Razor blades, like anything easily faked and priced high enough to make them worth faking, have lots of trash out there. I've also gotten fakes through Woot deals (owned by Amazon, surprise).
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Quote from bargin-sniper :
Fellow slicksters....
I used to but these and they are fast and decent.
If you want to save money go to DE wet shave at NIGHT!!
Take time and enjoy a good shave that lasts for 2 days.
No irritated skin or bumps, my skin never felt better!!!
Pennies a week after the gear!
I'll disagree with this. If you have thick dark hair a DE shave (at least for me) was a 10 minute undertaking compared to a 2 minutes with Gillette. I used to really love a DE shave on Saturday mornings as a meditative process Smilie

As for the result, to get a close shave I need to go against the grain. Gillette does this without nicks. I can do this with a DE too and get a great shave too, but I need to go slower to avoid nicks.

As for the Fusion blades - I strongly prefer the Proglide. I bought a box of Fusion blades from Amazon a couple years ago and they were all crap. After a couple shaves they pulled at hairs. Amazon was the seller - perhaps I just got unlucky.
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any mach3 deals? haven't seen those in forever
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Quote from FreakinDealWithIt :
Be careful, Amazon has been known to regularly have fake cartilages. I've gotten bad ones from them a couple times and won't buy from them anymore.
Ugh that's messed up. I have stocked up quite a bit on Amazon ones over the years. Hopefully they are legit 🤔
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Quote from FreakinDealWithIt :
I've had the same problem and gotten fake ones from Amazon a couple times. I've gotten them through deals from Costco and they're always genuine. You can feel a HUGE difference. Razor blades, like anything easily faked and priced high enough to make them worth faking, have lots of trash out there. I've also gotten fakes through Woot deals (owned by Amazon, surprise).
Amazon has pretty much turned into Alibaba
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