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    #61
    Safety razors are available everywhere in the world. Here in Thailand they are sold in 7/11

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      #62
      I travel with an old Gillette safety razor and a few loose DE blades in their paper wrappers, and while I've certainly been questioned about them a few times at security, I've never had them confiscated. I also travel with a small shaving brush and some shaving soap so I guess the whole shaving kit makes it seem less weapony than if I just had the razor and blades alone.

      Another option is to keep your safety razor at home and travel with those cheap BIC single-blade disposable razors, which are actually pretty darn good for 2-3 shaves and just as close and non-irritating as a good safety razor.

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        #63
        I have flown numerous domestic routes as well as to Canada, Africa, Central America, Hawaii, and PR with an extra few DE blades in my dopp kit, in my carry-on, had it searched a few times and never had the blades be an issue.


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