Atch 23 | 4,057 26 Jul 2016 #31They're often known as a cut-throat razor and with good reason! My husband wanted one years ago and we were living in Dublin at the time. They were simply not available in a high street chemist or drugstore because, not surprisingly, they're not very popular. They were replaced in general use by the safety razor about a hundred years ago. We finally tracked them down by going to a traditional barber's shop where they also sold them. They were extremely expensive and the barber actually advised Mr Atch not to buy one as he said many people find they simply can't learn how to use them and he sold him a much cheaper version which would be ok for a few uses, just to practise and see whether he liked it (he didn't!). If you were buying the 100 euro version they gave you a practical tutorial in how to shave with it. I imagine the one for 30zł shown above, is the disposable version where the blade will be ok for a few uses.