LASER blades

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LASER blades

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Guys,

Someone sent some Laser blades to me in a trade and I do not recall who. These give a pretty good shave for me. Where can they be purchased?

Thanks,

Roger
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came here expecting to read about laser light cutting device!! haha

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Glad they worked for you Roger, the ones I tried were not so good. Laser markets about four different categories of blades as I recall, Super Platinum, Stainless, Super Stainless and Super Stainless Extra. Perhaps you received one of the better grades.

I expect you could order some through our UK vendors but be careful to order exactly the same as the ones you have. Does your box say where they were made?
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fallingwickets wrote:came here expecting to read about laser light cutting device!! haha

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:lol:
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Shave4Fun wrote:
fallingwickets wrote:came here expecting to read about laser light cutting device!! haha

clive
:lol:
And no one has thought of this yet .........

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..... really??????? :wink:
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Squire wrote:Glad they worked for you Roger, the ones I tried were not so good. Laser markets about four different categories of blades as I recall, Super Platinum, Stainless, Super Stainless and Super Stainless Extra. Perhaps you received one of the better grades.

I expect you could order some through our UK vendors but be careful to order exactly the same as the ones you have. Does your box say where they were made?
Squire,

I had two in wrappers only and I tossed the last wrapper; it was blue. The blade is stamped "Super Platinum."

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Post by alcx77 »

Dont you hate it when you toss the box of a blade that turns out to
be outstanding so you are not sure what it is!? :evil:
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Post by joe mcclaine »

This really surprises me as Laser Super Platinum get slated all the time of UK-based shaving forums.

The blades cost 49p ($0.30?) in Wilko's in UK and most users are convinced they are made of cardboard and painted silver.

If you can somehow find a picture, and they turn out to be the UK ones I'll happily send you a pack.
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Post by Seamaster »

I picked a few packs up in Cyprus a couple of years ago.

Awful. I binned them.
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