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Triton

malocchio

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I started to use the single "use & toss" method for blades a few months back,since mathematically ,I have enough to last another 100 years worth of shaves,and I already hit age 65.The exception is for blades unknown to me.The Triton is a blade I have never tried,made in Germany by the company that produces Croma Diamant ,a blade I rate as mediocre.I finished up shave #6 with the Triton today,and it was still a good shave.The first 5 shaves were smooth and trouble free,with every shave utilizing the same fat handle Tech.I have no doubt I could have squeezed out another shave or 2,but at 6 fine shaves I am satisfied and impressed.A real bargain at it's low price,highly recommended:thumbup1:.
 

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I wonder if Feintechnik will continue to innovate with DE production since they were acquired by Harry's and will be primarily focused on the cartridge market and competition with Gillette and Schick.
 

malocchio

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I think they will,since they have all the tooling.The variety may be cut down to one or 2 labels,I think they have several at the moment.
 
......Possibly yes !...I have not seen these over the years,they are in perfect condition.
Sure they are from DDR, look at the upper-right simbol and compare with old DDR flag
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Berlin's wall was destroyed on 9th November 1989, this means you have 25 year old blades
 

malocchio

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I would love to buy more Euro stuff, but the shipping is a deal killer. :blush:
........And this just proves that if you keep blades stored in a moisture proof container you can use them far into your old age.
 
Here's a new vendor with the cheapest price I've seen,and he ships worldwide...shoot him a line and request the postage,blades do not weigh much...He takes paypal as well...http://www.ebay.de/itm/100-Stuck-Original-Triton-R3-Rasierklingen-Rasier-Klingen-Rasierhobel-Top-NEU-/390721524570?pt=DDR_Ostalgie&hash=item5af8d1535a :thumbup1:

I have priced shipping from Spain by http://www.giftsandcare.com and it's shocking. It's not their fault, just the price of international cartage. It's approx. $14 for 100 blades. No thanks.
 
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I have priced shipping from Spain by http://www.giftsandcare.com and it's shocking. It's not their fault, just the price of international cartage. It's approx. $14 for 100 blades. No thanks.
Gifts and care doesn't seem to sell Triton blades

ebay seller sends from Germany, not Spain, post rates from Germany are much better than from Spain, i can get those blades sent from Germany to Spain for just 4€, but if i were to send those blades from Spain to Germany it would cost 8.79 € (calculated 240g as letter not registered).

Spain's post has crazy rates, don't take them as example of european rates
 
Gifts and care doesn't seem to sell Triton blades

ebay seller sends from Germany, not Spain, post rates from Germany are much better than from Spain, i can get those blades sent from Germany to Spain for just 4€, but if i were to send those blades from Spain to Germany it would cost 8.79 € (calculated 240g as letter not registered).

Spain's post has crazy rates, don't take them as example of european rates

I know that & it doesn't matter as I am not paying it. From Germany to here is 9.95 Euros or $12.71 for a mere 10 Souplex blades.
 
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