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Can You Guess What It Is?

Posted on May 19, 2013 by team


Can you guess what it is and what it is used for?

It’s a unique razor sharpener that has been invented in the USSR:

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12 responses to “Can You Guess What It Is?”

  1. Maxim Ч. says:

    The real question here is why is this guy using a Pakistani blade at all? The best blades on earth (e.g. Astras) are made in St.Petersburg!

  2. Ashes G says:

    I want one!

  3. Typograf says:

    Its a German/Austria Tool from Siemens..


  4. Luigi32 says:

    Hahahaha, thanks for reminding! I had exactly the same at home, when I was a kid. Somebody had brought it from the USSR…

  5. somewords says:

    it is a good idea, but it should pull the rope always in the same direction, because the second pass in the opposite direction breaks the edge of the blade…

  6. antinevralgic says:

    Just buy other razor, dude! Is mad in Pakistan anyway. So it should be cheap.

  7. drum says:

    To be honest, russians did not invented too much 🙂

  8. George Johnson says:

    Well, not invented in the USA because it doesn’t use batteries.

    Not sure if it works at all.

  9. RB says:

    its still a very cool tool, I saw online that razors edge is a thousand times sharper than any knife.

  10. Patriot says:

    Funny. I didn’t think anyone in the world still used 70 year old technology…here in the states we can buy disposable razors which are laser cut and sharpened for about .30c a piece. Maybe one day this technology will get to Russia too…

  11. Finem says:

    The thing is that many people prefer using a good single bladed safety razor instead of these shitty .30c a piece triple-blade turbo-hyper-super shit razors. Also if you consider the environment the first mentioned alternative is the best by far.

  12. Bill Ding says:

    Just keeping it simple … Reminds me of a story about the astronauts and space travel. The USA was trying to develop an ink pen that would write in space, they spent millins of dollars on research and finally gave up … the Russians just used a pencil.

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