While on the 2nd Annual Blade Bank Hunt we came across a vendor that a number of Dorco ST-300s and hair shaper blades and some really sketchy DE razors with uneven silo doors. However, in a jar on the counter was several boxes of Zorrik blades that stood out for being intriguing. For the most part the only Zorrik blades that you see on eBay or online vendors are the Zorrik Super Stainless. I know that the Super Platinums exist, but what I could find online all had a different style box. In addition, instead of being marked made in India, they were marked made in Bangladesh. Now the blades are marked NEW. Maybe they are new. Maybe they are old stock that have been sitting around in a jar on a flea market counter for years. However, here is a picture of the blade wrapper: I spent quite a bit of time trying to find any information about this blade online. I came up with nothing, Not knowing what to expect and the Zorrik Super Stainless having such a bad reputation, I loaded it in a very mild razor for the initial test run. Being TTO week, I chose a gunmetal Weishi. There was no tugging, there wasn't really any sound of whiskers being cut. If I didn't see stubble on the razor each time I rinsed it, I wouldn't have thought the blades were sharp enough to cut or even tug. Results from day 1: very smooth, comfortable shave. Not BBS, but I wasn't going for BBS today. Tomorrow I will load the blade in another razor to see what it does. At the moment, the blade is certainly worthy of more investigation. Anybody else run into this variety of Zorrik blade?