Schick Injector Blades

Discussion in 'Safety Razors' started by Straight Arrow, Jun 15, 2007.

  1. Straight Arrow

    Straight Arrow Active Member

    Love my injectors but haven't tried the Schick blades in them yet. Has anyone found them to be miles better than the CVS (ASR) blades?
  2. Will

    Will Nevermind

    Yes, Schick blades are FAR-Far better then the CVS.
  3. Straight Arrow

    Straight Arrow Active Member

    I have a small supply and I heard they may not be manufactured anymore. There are a few more packs in a little Pharmacy near me for $6.50 a pack. Can I do better elsewhere?
  4. Will

    Will Nevermind

    I know has them.

    6.50 sounds good though.
  5. TraderJoe

    TraderJoe Pink Floid

    4.99 + shipping here

    They were much better than the CVS blades, but you may want to explore the use of feather pro blades in the injector (if you haven't already)
  6. Will

    Will Nevermind

    Feather Blade's for Injectors???????? :eek: :eek: :eek: WHY DID NO ONE TELL ME ABOUT THIS.

    Joe, You mean the blades for the AC razors?
  7. Straight Arrow

    Straight Arrow Active Member

    Where are the Feather Pros available?
  8. TraderJoe

    TraderJoe Pink Floid

    Yes, but it requires you to augment (shorten) the blade to fit.

    I got them here:


  9. Will

    Will Nevermind

    Thanks Brudder, I have to try them. :happy088
  10. TomH

    TomH Welcome Wagon

    Sometimes I think it's a little bit unfair to live in Europe.
    Most of the vendors don't deliver to Europe.

    Don't know which kind of blade I have here, but I know these are not SCHICK blades...
    Where to get Schick blades or the Feathers in Europe???

    I have to google...
  11. Queen of Blades

    Queen of Blades Mistress of Mischief Staff Member

    Moderator Supporting Vendor
    Or just ask your TSD friends. :rolleyes:
  12. BD1970

    BD1970 New Member


    How do you "shorten" them? Before or after they're inserted in the razor head? Please elaborate. Thx
  13. TraderJoe

    TraderJoe Pink Floid

    Pliers, or metal cutters.....its definitely a process, but if it works for your skin, then its worth it
  14. Will

    Will Nevermind

    EMT/Garden sheers should do the trick too.

    If all else fails I am sure a little extra exposure should not hurt, as long as you make it even on both sides.
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  16. BD1970

    BD1970 New Member

    Great thanks Guys. I really like feathers in my DE so I might try this.

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