Andis Fade Master Replacement Blade (01591)

Andis Fade Master Replacement Blade (01591)

Andis Fade Master Replacement Blade (01591)

  • Adjusts from Size 00000-000
  • Chrome finish resists rust and carbonized steel extends edge life
  • Original replacement for ML/SM clippers
  • Made in the USA

The product has been given as the following : Fade blade set for model SM & ML clippers. Blade Set #19 adjusts from size 00000 to size 000.

List Price: $ 20.22

Price: $ 15.75

Dorco Stainless Steel Razor Blades, 100-Count Dispenser Pack

Dorco Stainless Steel Razor Blades, 100-Count Dispenser Pack

  • Stainless Steel
  • Dispenser pack

Stainless steel blades dispenser pack

List Price: $ 8.84

Price: $ 6.98

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6 thoughts on “Andis Fade Master Replacement Blade (01591)”

  1. 12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    This blade works best for bald fades, February 19, 2016
    By 
    Jeff C (Sacramento)

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    This review is from: Andis Fade Master Replacement Blade (01591) (Health and Beauty)
    Don’t drop your clippers. I’ve dropped my twice and each time the teeth have broken. This is much cheaper here than online. Please note: the Andis Fade Master and Andis Master are basically the exact same clippers. The ONLY difference is the blade. This blade works best for bald fades, whereas the Master works better for a general fade. You can buy both blades and get the benefit of both. If you are new to fading, get the Masters first.
  2. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    balde review good, November 29, 2015
    By 
    FitnessLife (California)

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    This review is from: Andis Fade Master Replacement Blade (01591) (Health and Beauty)
    This blade it fantastic. it cuts like butter, but that’s not to say this blade is made for beginners.

    Here why, since this blade is extremely pointy, it can easily dig into the person skin and tug and pull, sometimes even make them bleed depending on what kind of angle you are working with. when installing this blade do not gap it like you would. it gets close. you also have to have a very light hand cause if not. its going to be very uncomfortable for the client.

    pros: it cuts like butter on hair

    durable

    sharpness lasts a long time on the blade

    cons: its very sharp so you have to be careful

    it can get hot if you take too long

    will buy this again when i need another.

  3. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome but Sharp!!!, April 28, 2016
    By 
    Jean C.

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    I just started to cut my own hair. I bought the Master limited edition about a month ago. I wanted a closer fade so I bought the Fade Master Blades instead of buying the Fade Master Clippers. Both the original “The Master Blade” and the “Fade Master Blade” can be used interchangeably.

    The Fade Master Blades are really good. They’re so easy to cut with and the results look professional. I have to say however that you have to be careful. These blades are sharp (pretty much zero gapped) and when you’re using them in the fully closed position, if you are not careful, it will catch skin and cut you or your customer. The way I to fix that nuance is by pulling on the skin to make it tight in order to make it harder for the blades to catch loose skin.

    It cuts so close that I use it for line-ups and to clean my goatee. I’m very satisfied with the results. This was a great investment! Now I’m saving $20/week and I don’t have to sit at the barbershop or for my barber to use the same clippers he’s used on the rest of the world.

    Bottom line is the blades cut close. They are sharp, easy to cut with, and perfect for a bold fade. I don’t think this product is the best one for beginners, but amateurs and professionals will certainly love it. I would definitely recommend this product.

  4. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    My daily-driver blade, May 29, 2016
    By 
    T. Kadrie (White Bear Lake, MN)

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    This review is from: Dorco Stainless Steel Razor Blades, 100-Count Dispenser Pack (Health and Beauty)
    No they aren’t ‘hip’ or ‘cool’, they aren’t brutally expensive. They’re just good value DE blades.

    I’ve been using Dorco DE blades as my stock safety razor blade since 2009. Korean-made, good quality. Yes, of course they are sharp.

    After I started DE shaving I bought one of the readily available blade variety packs and burned through a wide array of other brands. But I kept coming back to the Dorcos. Now, If I buy them at a competitive price I can pick them up for seven cents a blade! At this point I’ve got 4 or 5 packages of these put aside, since I burn 100 or more a year (I can generally get 2-3 shaves out of a blade) .

    Until six months ago I was alternating the Dorco’s (in a Merkur 38c or Gillette Fatboy), with Feather blades (in a Muhle R41 razor). Over time I found I was _really_ not looking forward to the Muhle/Feather days, due to the incredibly aggressive profile to the combo, with irritating results on my skin. 😀 For that reason, I wasn’t entirely ‘broken up’ when the $56 Muhle snapped the head post when it accidentally fell to the floor. Nasty end for an expensive razor (and Muhle doesn’t make heads available), but I’d describe it as more like ‘relief’ than anything else. 😀

  5. 29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect blades, at least for my skin and beard., April 17, 2014
    By 
    Hyytekk

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    This review is from: Dorco Stainless Steel Razor Blades, 100-Count Dispenser Pack (Health and Beauty)
    Perhaps like me, you finally threw up your hands in disgust one day and said paying Gillette $40 or more for 12 blade cartridges was getting a little out of hand. I see some stores actually have those blade cartridges locked up and need to be retrieved by a clerk! They make a fine product that gives a wonderful shave, of course. But on a business trip I happened to sit next to a Gillette executive and asked him why their blades had become so expensive. He said their product had cost a billion dollars to develop (um, this isn’t the space shuttle here), but then added only half joking that also it was to pay for his bonuses! That conversation is what finally pushed me over the edge to explore using a safety razor as my father had done along with the rest of the male shaving world a generation ago. There’s a much smaller frame of reference, user wise, to ask opinions of and to get advise, other than online blogs. I followed the advise on one web site, to opt for one of the blade variety packs sold to expose you to different manufacturers and to experience which blades were most comparable to my individual skin, beard and sensitivity. I’d also read rave reviews of Japanese, Feather brand blades and their infamous surgical sharpness. I found them amazing blades, but for me they were actually too sharp! Dorco blades are made in Korea, a country distinguishing itself for cutting edge products and manufacturing; forgive the pun. They proved to be the sweet spot between the ideal sharpness, good longevity and durability, and excellent pricing. They cost about $ .06 a blade as opposed to Gillette’s $3 plus each! The correct formula of which handle, which shave cream etc. still took some experimentation. But these Dorco blades are the cornerstone for me. I occasionally pop in a Feather blade to reaffirm my commitment to Dorco and inevitably my face looks like I’d been in some unsavory back alley knife fight with a gang of assailants. It’s still good advise for anyone starting with a safety razor to buy one of those variety bundles of blades. For me though, I cannot recommend these blades highly enough. As close and safe a shave as Gillette at one fiftieth the cost!
  6. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Surprisingly good blades, March 20, 2017
    By 
    Patrick Tracy (Salt Lake City)

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    This review is from: Dorco Stainless Steel Razor Blades, 100-Count Dispenser Pack (Health and Beauty)
    Let us not mince words. These blades are amazing for the money. I find that they perform on par with Personna Lab Blues, both in sharpness and in consistency. I’ve never picked a “lemon” blade that didn’t cut correctly out of a Dorco package. They give three good shaves per blade, and seem to be well-accepted in a broad spectrum of my razors, from ancient Gillettes to brand-new Merkurs. Moderate sharpness and good smoothness are what I have found in the ST-301 blade. No complaints. Are they as good as Polsilver? No. But they are less than a third of the price. That makes the economics pretty easy.

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