Blades Reviews

Super-Max Blue Diamond

Super-Max Blue Diamond Blades

Another from the Super-Max (or Supermax, never sure) line, made in India. These were the platinum coated version.

Treet Platinum Super Stainless

Treet Platinum Super Stainless Blades

Another Asian blade, this time from Pakistan. Treet have been around for a while and the blades business is part of a larger entity.

Lord Platinum Class

Lord Platinum Class Blades

Another from the Lord family, made in Eqypt. This time one of their higher end blades.

Gillette Nacet Stainless

Gillette Nacet Stainless Blades

Another blade from Gillette, but this time with a crocodile on the pack. Although the packaging on mine is covered in Arabic, they’re apparently made in Russia.

Lord Super Stainless

Lord Super Stainless Blades

Lord are an Egyptian manufacturer that were established in 1930 and who sell blades under a multitude of names, including their own.

Super-Max Stainless

Super-Max Stainless Blades

Another Indian blade, from a company that is (apparently) the second largest manufacturer of them in the world.

Gillette Rubie Platinum Plus

Gillette Rubie Platinum Plus Blades

Another from the Gillette stable, although made in Russia. Not sure why Rubie is relevant.

Schick Premium

Schick Premium Blades

Another German blade. Schick is the name used in some markets for Wilkinson Sword, owned by Energizer.

Rapira Platinum Lux

Rapira Platinum Lux Blades

Another blade from Rapira, but does it live up to it’s luxury name?

Sputnik

Sputnik Blades

This one has a more obvious link to the Russian space program. Also Teflon coated like the Voskhod’s.