Whether you just decided to give up disposable razors or if you’re just looking for a new brand to try, we’re here to help you find the best safety razor blades. We did a lot of research to put together this safety razor blade review by looking at some of the top sellers and best brands. But before we get started, let’s take a look at some of the features you need to know about safety blades before buying them.
Fits Any Razor: All of our picks will fit into any standard sized safety razor. That gives you a lot of choices as to which one you want to use. It’s also nice that you don’t have to worry about sizing.
Stainless Steel: Stainless steel is a durable choice to make razors out of. While all of these razors have a stainless steel base, pay attention to the coating. That’s where you can see the differences between the brands.
Blades: Most of these come in large economy sized packs of 100 razors. Large packs like this will last a really long time. In fact, depending on how often you shave, they could last more than a year.
Origin: Razors like this are made all over the world and have been for decades. In fact, some of these companies have histories that go back centuries. You’ll find products from Japan, Russia, Turkey, Egypt, and the US here.
Size: While there may be some slight, minuscule variations, these blades are all basically the same size: 1 11/6 x ?”. Think about it: they’re all designed to fit into the same razors. They have to be basically the same size.
Case: None of our picks come with a case, per say, but they all do come in a protective box with the brand’s logo. Some of the razors are individually wrapped inside the packaging for even more protection.
Now that you know a little more about the features to look for when deciding on a safety razor blade, we can move into our reviews. Here’s the deal: if you’re running short on time, check out the first 2 items on our list. These are our top and budget picks and will give you a good idea of what’s out there. The rest of our list is pretty sweet, too, so stick around if you can! Ok, let’s go!
Article last updated on:
June 4, 2019