Hi Chaps I was excited to try these Treet 7 Days blades as I LOVE the Treet Durasharp (a carbon steel blade with a ptfe coating - it is crazy sharp! Doesn't rust as easy as you think either due to that coating!). These 7 Days blades are Stainless with a "Platinum sputtered edge", and it looks like they are marketed at the same premium market as the Gillette "7 O'clock". Sputtered edge sounds interesting, but Packaging - I love the green, yellow and orange tones, look very retro. They are double wrapped, the inner paper being waxed. NO WAX dots to clog up the razor, or to stick the wrapper to the blade causing you to slice off the end of your finger, bonus! Well, first shave was fantastic, very sharp, there was no dragging and lovely and smooth on all passes. Buffing was a pleasure, no irritation, BBS. When I get BBS, I can still mostly see the visible hairs, unless I use a feather and buff which is where I can get rid of most of the visible stubble (but this does come at the expense of quite a bit of irritation). With this blade, it didn't match the feather, but it was a closer BBS than I get with other decent blades, so i'm very happy with it. The Feather gives the closest BBS, but it comes with irritation, this 7 Days jobbie isn't quite as close, but i'm not getting the irritation with it. Maybe it should be called "Happy Days" I've just had another shave with it, and it seems even better, not sure if that's because i've used it once before, or if it's now been broken in. By better, it's just as sharp, but it seemed to glide even better. I'm not too bothered about blade longevity as blades are cheap, but I've been reading many threads about how blades get better with use. I think i'll give this one a good bashing seeing as it has given me two cracking shaves, and it could be one of the best blades i've ever used! Will post back on this thread when I've used it some more. Anyone else love them?! Never see anything about them on the forums, so some other views would be fun to read! Over and out!