The Schick Injector Razor is a familiar piece of shaving hardware.
Any day on e Bay you can see dozens of them for sale, and relatively few bids out, at least for the common ones.
After all, they all look just the same, don't they? But look again, there's more to this razor than meets the eye.
Subtle changes and refinements occurred on a regular basis.
And these clues, plus packaging, allow us to date the razor with some degree of accuracy.
At longer intervals, major styling changes occurred involving both the head and handle.
But through it all, from 1935 right into the 2000's, the basic mechanism remained the same.
A 1935 blade injector works just fine in a 2003 Injector Razor, and vice versa.
And the blades from the 1926 Magazine Repeating razor, Col. This is one of the longest production runs for any model of safety razor, but likely at an end.