#1
I wrote my first article for Sharpologist!

I tried to sort out all the confusion and rumors that surround the various Personna blades, including the rumors that the U.S. factory will be closing. It won't. Lab Blues and Med Preps will continue to be produced by the same employees, at the same place, on the same equipment, but under new ownership.

http://sharpologist.com/2015/09/personna...-stay.html
-Chuck

"No one wants advice, only corroboration." -John Steinbeck
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#2

Member
Sacramento, CA
Thanks for your hard work on this article, Chuck.

Now those of you who were grabbing your shaving "bug-out bag" and preparing for the shavepocolipse can now relax and breathe a sigh of relief. Tongue
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#3

Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
Excellent and informative.
#4

expert shaver
Central Florida
Glad to read that some of the best blades in the world will still be produced.
Jerry
#5

Administrator
Philadelphia, PA
thanks for the read.
Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito.
#6
Nicely done, Chuck. I was concerned a bit, as I do like both the blues and reds.
---Shannon & Brian Trepka

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#7
(This post was last modified: 09-12-2015, 08:37 AM by stroppinglad.)
(09-07-2015, 02:25 PM)Chuck Wrote: I wrote my first article for Sharpologist!

I tried to sort out all the confusion and rumors that surround the various Personna blades, including the rumors that the U.S. factory will be closing. It won't. Lab Blues and Med Preps will continue to be produced by the same employees, at the same place, on the same equipment, but under new ownership.

http://sharpologist.com/2015/09/personna...-stay.html

Thank you for allowing me to revel in a wave of relief. Love those blades.
#8
That is a very well done article - clear, concise and informative. It is good to hear that the Personna blades from both Israel and the US will still be around. I noticed that the CVS store branded blades recently changed from made in USA to made in Israel.
#9

Member
Winchester VA
Thank you Chuck for the useful information - great article ...... I can now breathe a sigh of relief that my beloved Personna's will still be available!
#10

Citizen
Ohio
I'm glad to hear that Personna is still alive.
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