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    Default What's the deal with Krieger razors?

    Ive been seeing these for sale on flea-bay,and just want to know what I'm pretty sure of,are these junk or what?We have all read about the Gold Dollars and some have learned their lesson,so anyone know about these?

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    Kriegar, Timber Ratteler, Beauty & Barber, Zepk, 3T, Maxam

    There are a lot more garbage out there trying to look like a razor
    But this is some of the worst

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    The problem with them is the quality of the steel: Its so poor that the edges fail before they get shaving sharp.

    Definately avoid!

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    I can't figure this out. These company's obviously have the means of creating the so called "razor shaped object". What is standing between them and a servicable razor is investing a couple more dollars in better steel - so why not? It would still keep the price point very low.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alembic View Post
    I can't figure this out. These company's obviously have the means of creating the so called "razor shaped object". What is standing between them and a servicable razor is investing a couple more dollars in better steel - so why not? It would still keep the price point very low.
    No, the grinding, scales, rivets... the whole lot is fell, wretched rejectamenta. If you want a good laugh, invest the $9 to see what they call a "razor." Blade is way too narrow at the spine. badly ground, UGLY, and the scales... the scales are so think and heavy you'd think they belong on an implement for flipping steaks on your grill.

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    WOW-I knew they were bad but this is laughable,I saw all the junk there-the Zpak,and all the other pakistani crap,I just didn't know how bad these were,and they can be made to look nice in a picture,but I wasn't biting......
    Thanks guys,for all that didnt know enough to stay away from this junk-I hope this was
    enough to convince a friend of mine that thought they looked good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BKratchmer View Post
    No, the grinding, scales, rivets... the whole lot is fell, wretched rejectamenta. If you want a good laugh, invest the $9 to see what they call a "razor." Blade is way too narrow at the spine. badly ground, UGLY, and the scales... the scales are so think and heavy you'd think they belong on an implement for flipping steaks on your grill.
    Hmm, Using one for flipping steaks on a grill? Now you've given me an idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BKratchmer View Post
    No, the grinding, scales, rivets... the whole lot is fell, wretched rejectamenta. If you want a good laugh, invest the $9 to see what they call a "razor." Blade is way too narrow at the spine. badly ground, UGLY, and the scales... the scales are so think and heavy you'd think they belong on an implement for flipping steaks on your grill.
    The word "rejectamenta" alone is worth my visit to SRP today!

    Definitely gonna use that one in class!

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