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Re: Full List of Blades to use with HeadBlade?
« Reply #60 on: May 23, 2015, 09:52:10 AM »
Been using ATX for a couple of weeks now, is there a blade other than the 4 or 6 that will fit without an adapter?

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Re: Full List of Blades to use with HeadBlade?
« Reply #61 on: May 27, 2015, 06:26:40 PM »
You can use any adapter that HeadBlade makes on the ATX. I use the yellow adapter with HeadBlade triples on my ATX.
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Re: Full List of Blades to use with HeadBlade?
« Reply #62 on: July 23, 2015, 06:17:40 PM »
As notquitethere posted, Dollar Shave Club x4 blades will work on the ATX if you pop off the adapter and insert the ATX adapter.

If you want to get the cartridges for even cheaper than what Dollar Shave Club sells them for, buy them from Dorco.  Dorco makes the handles and cartridges for Dollar Shave Club (DSC x4 = Dorco Pace 4).  All DSC does is repack and name them.  Same for HeadBlade.  The Cartridges are identical.  HB4 = Pace 4, HB6 = Pace 6.

If you purchase from Dorco, use the following link for 20% off.  http://dorcousa.refr.cc/L4H6KDJ  

I just used it the other day and got a Pace 4 handle (comes with 2 blades) and a 24 pack of Pace 4 blades for under $27 shipped.  Just over $1 per blade and I can use the same blades on my face and touch up around my head.  Exactly what I was looking for since I recently started using HeadBlade ATX (which is awesome).

Nice site you have here.  I found the Dorco deal and notquitethere's post from a Google search and figured I'd register and pass the deal on to my bald brothers. 
« Last Edit: July 23, 2015, 06:21:04 PM by Kleck »

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Re: Full List of Blades to use with HeadBlade?
« Reply #63 on: February 16, 2016, 12:36:55 PM »
Somewhere on this thread someone asked about using Bumpfighter blades with the Headblade razor. Can you do it? I think the answer was listed as no.

Anyhow, I found out by accident recently that it is possible. I was traveling and the blade for one of my disposable bumpfighters fell off the handle. I attached it to the headblade easily (Yellow adapter for headblade ATX). It fit perfectly. The shave I got was poor overall. I found that the blade seemed to apply little or no pressure to my head and it felt like it was bouncing.

I've experimented some more since then and I can easily replicate this. But each time the shave I have gotten is poor. It just emphasized to me that I'm not using the products as designed.

For me personally the best shave I get is with the Atra Plus. I just bought 100 Persona Twin pivot blades for $21. They seem to be not as good as the atra plus, but only slightly so. For 21 cents a blade how much can I complain really.

Just a thought.

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Re: Full List of Blades to use with HeadBlade?
« Reply #64 on: April 25, 2016, 08:09:53 AM »
I use dorco pace 4 on my atx.  They are the same as the hb4s but a fraction of the cost.  You just have to remove the dorco universal adapter with a pair of tweezers. I get the pace 4 carts for less then a buck a piece with free shipping so I don't mind 10 secs of work before attaching a new cart.  The dorco/dsc blades fit the yellow adapter on the sport as well (which does fit on the atx btw) but I got a very poor shave compared to the hb4/dorco pace 4s.  Actually all dorco blades from the pace 3 through the pace 6 all for the standard atx adapter if you remove Dorco's adapter from the back first.  I love and will support headblade for the atx itself and headslick (love that stuff) but I'll keep buying my blades straight from dorco.  They send me monthly emails with coupons and shipping is always free over $10 order.

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