Feather New Hi-Stainless Double Edge Blades (10 blades)


Made in Japan

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Product Description

Made by the Feather Safety Razor Co in Japan these are the ultimate razor blades for sharpness. Described by some as the “assassins blade” of double edged safety razor blades. This blade is great for more experienced users.

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Shipping Weight 2 oz
4.60 out of 5

5 reviews for Feather New Hi-Stainless Double Edge Blades (10 blades)

  1. 5 out of 5


    Sharpest razor I’ve encountered yet. Not scary sharp like I was expecting, but I did notice that I got the least amount irritation and razor burn than any other blade I’ve ever tried. So thankful these exist, but just have to use ‘feather’ like pressure to avoid irritation and nicks/weepers. Will be buying a 100 pack soon.

  2. 4 out of 5


    Excellent blades. Very sharp, but also unforgiving of poor technique. I deducted a star because they tend to be rather expensive compare to similar performing blades.

  3. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    My perfect fit for my Edwin Jagger. Sharp as all get out, no dragging. Your results may vary.

  4. 4 out of 5


    I found these blades to be excellent for the first shave (quite sharp, glides through my beard with no irritation). I took away a star since things change with the second shave–the blades are noticeably duller and it gets worse with the third. So, strangely, one of the best blades I’ve used for the first shave, and pretty mediocre for each successive shave. This could have something to do with the coarseness of my beard, and YMMV. Because of the subjectivity of blade reviews (you have to find the right blade for your skin/hair), I would definitely recommend giving these a try.

  5. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Sharp as all get out, is all I can say! This is absolutely the sharpest blade I have ever encountered. I don’t really have the best technique yet but I’m still learning. But seriously these blades are great!, no drag or pulling. Deffinitly a keeper for the routine.

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