In the 1964 movie Goldfinger, we get a close look at Bond's shaving gear.
He uses a Gillette slim handle adjustable razor when he is shaving in Goldfinger's plane on the way to America.
Available at: Other times we see Bond shave include the movies Live And Let Die (Schick injector razor with Schick lather shaving cream), Die Another Day (Norelco/Philips shaver) and Sky Fall (razor, brush, wooden bowl).
The Gillette Slim Adjustable is a great razor second only to the legendary Fat Boy as the most popular double edge razors Gillette ever produced.
Make sure to look for nice clean examples with original cases and paperwork.
The online shaving store The Executive Shaving Company usually has a few of these original 1960s razors in stock as well (see their current Vintage Gillette Slim listings).
In the rush to acquire the very best razor to experience the best of shaves, some seek out the classic Gillette Fatboy razor.
The Fatboy is in much demand and prices reflect that demand.
Gillette double edged razors are made to last, their potential life is virtually indefinite.
Now that's a pretty cool 1960s spy gadget sequence that the modern Bond films can take an example of.
The Gillette Slim Adjustable 1-9 razor is still easy to find on e Bay (see below for the most recent offerings).
Other more interesting curiosities soon caught my attention and I forgot about the blade puzzle.
I discovered the answer only after I became addicted to safety razor collecting.