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Rockwell Razors Double Edge Blades, 5 blades

We currently have 4435 in stock.
8 reviews
Original price $1.75 - Original price $1.75
Original price
$1.75 - $1.75
Current price $1.75

Rockwell Double-Edge Razor Blades are manufactured in China using Swedish Stainless Steel, and are compatible with all double-edge safety razors. The pure stainless steel that forms these blades protects them against rust, while the specialized treatment that crafts these blades ensures the blades retain their exceptional sharpness.

Rockwell Double-Edge Razor Blades are certain to provide a smooth, close shave at an unbelievable price. Our goal in making a safety razor blade was to create the best safety razor blade on the market, at a better price than other blades. The attention to detail and manufacturing innovations that have gone into crafting the Rockwell Double-Edge Razor Blade have produced a blade that we feel meets both these criteria.

We don’t believe there’s any value in paying a shaving club and the postal service to ration cartridges to you one month at a time. You don't need to overpay for 6 blade cartridges, extra lube strips and pivoting balls on your face to get the perfect shave.

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Lawrence S.

Customer review

I’ve gone through about 60 of these blades now, and I couldn’t be happier. I have a moderately heavy beard with fairly soft hair, and these blades give me an excellent and quick shave. I get four shaves from a blade, sometimes five if the blade is really good. I don’t find much variation, though, from blade to blade, and I’ve never had a bad blade. I don’t bother with much prep, I just use a very good cream from a tube, not brush, do one pass, and a quick second without re-lathering. I’ve very rarely nicked myself with these blades, and when I have, I recognize that’s from poor technique – rushing to get the crease in my chin shaved. Yes, the first shave can be a little rough, but it gets much better with the second. And, man, 10 cents a blade!! How can you beat that!


Customer review

These came with my starter pack from maggard along with the astra platinum and the gilette 7 o'clock Lots of tugging, had to go over areas many more times than the other blades I tried. Ended up causing a lot of irritation and leaving behind stubble compared to the other blades I've tried. I don't even want to try a second shave. I don't have that thick of a beard, and after 4 passes I was still having to do a lot of cleanup on the first shave. Would not recommend


Customer review

These blades were not sharp or smooth for me, too much tugging and still had a little bit of hair after 3 passes. I really wanted to like these blades but I won't be getting these again, I actually didn't use the whole pack since it was consistently bad for me.


Customer review

Not very sharp. Not smooth at all. Of the 20+ blades that I have tried over the past couple of years, for my particular face, this one comes in near the bottom. I got quite a bit of tugging and, after 3 passes, there was quite a bit of stubble left. As always, YMMV -- what didn't work for me may work fine for you.


Customer review

A review for a particular razor blade is one of the most subjective types you can give. Everyone's beard density and coarseness, skin type, shaving technique, razor and settings and soap play such a role in the shaving experience that it is almost futile to go with someone's review of a blade. I suppose if enough people agree that Feathers are really sharp or Astras are a great all around blade, then maybe you have something more to go on. ANYWAY, here's my review of Rockwell blades. The price is right, but for my beard (dense and coarse) and skin type (somewhat sensitive), I just found these blades were not sharp or smooth enough. I felt tugging right off the bat. I want to like them simply because I like what Rockwell has done with their razor and how it has come to be, but I just can't fully endorse their blades. For 20 cents a blade you have nothing to lose.