1953 Y3 Gillette Super Speed TTO Double Edge Safety Razor | Factory Nickel Revamp

SKU: RN-5924-3

Description

Here it is! The classic Gillette Super Speed! This razor is one of the best of the best. It is uniquely designed to give shavers the ease of maneuverability with its sleek short handle design. The razor has a highly desirable grippable handle with a classic 40's end where the shaver can turn the TTO or twist to open mechanism to load blades. The razor is compact, sleek and gives a highly comfortable shave. One of the peaks of Gillette's long standing history of double edge razors. Pick yours up while they're still available!

Country of Manufacture: USA
Type: Double Edge Razor
Finish: Factory Nickel
Date: 1953 Y3
Condition: Cleaned, Sanitized and Shave Ready
Grade: Revamp
Imperfections: Imperfections as shown in photos 

History: The Gillette Super Speed came on the scene in the late 1940's and ran through continuous production into the 1980's. The Regular or Flair Tip type featues a medium knurled handle with the classic performance known from the Super Speed series.

1953 Y3 Gillette Super Speed TTO Double Edge Safety Razor | Factory Nickel Revamp

SKU: RN-5924-3
$60.00
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Description

Here it is! The classic Gillette Super Speed! This razor is one of the best of the best. It is uniquely designed to give shavers the ease of maneuverability with its sleek short handle design. The razor has a highly desirable grippable handle with a classic 40's end where the shaver can turn the TTO or twist to open mechanism to load blades. The razor is compact, sleek and gives a highly comfortable shave. One of the peaks of Gillette's long standing history of double edge razors. Pick yours up while they're still available!

Country of Manufacture: USA
Type: Double Edge Razor
Finish: Factory Nickel
Date: 1953 Y3
Condition: Cleaned, Sanitized and Shave Ready
Grade: Revamp
Imperfections: Imperfections as shown in photos 

History: The Gillette Super Speed came on the scene in the late 1940's and ran through continuous production into the 1980's. The Regular or Flair Tip type featues a medium knurled handle with the classic performance known from the Super Speed series.

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