Ok, so I'm one that believes alum is alum is alum. Although it is offered with various names on it at prices from low to rip off, I fall into the category of liking a bargain so call me cheap. The alum that I have used regularly since finding it is the RazoRock (60g) stick because I liked the way it is contained in a tidy container making it easy for storage/travel. Anyway, a few weeks ago while at work, a lady piped in that she had bought a deodorant from Puritans's pride made of alum so curiosity had me looking it up. Indeed, Puritan's does have several alum offerings marketed as a deodorant and in a large (120g) stick for $4.99. It's called Crystal Body Deodorant Stick and for those bent on a small stick, they have that too for under $2 if memory serves me correctly. My next step was to look at the local pharmacy to see if by chance they too would have such an item in the deodorant aisle and yes, the local Rite-Aid sells this same stuff at about $2 more per stick so I picked some up and have been using it in place of the RazoRock for the last couple of weeks and I cannot tell the difference between it and any other alum I have used. The clear observation is, I am getting twice as much product for the same price locally as I had been paying for the RR online. The Crystal also has drain holes (3) in the bottom of the dispenser and the sick is adjustable by twisting the base. The only negative perhaps is the colour of the dispenser but they have an answer for that too, the same product marketed "for men" in a smoke coloured plastic vs. the pink. The Crystal is made in Thailand per package labeling and in doing a little research, I discovered several different brands that I believe are identical products only with different labels. Excuse my crappy photos but they demonstrate the comparison well enough.