This may seem like a bit of a copout when you’re probably just thinking about how well it will shave your face, but it’s a nice bonus to know that you don’t need the latest thing – just the best thing.
To conclude, the Schick Krona is a fascinating piece of history, a wonderful vintage rarity, and a good double edged razor in its own right.
With that in mind, we decided to give it a shot and tell you what we thought; this razor’s an oldie but a goodie.
Like we said before, I think Schick Kronas would be good beginner’s razors, due to their cheap price and easy shave.
If you get a Krona, whether as a collector, a shaving veteran or a newbie, there’s at least one reason you won’t be disappointed.If you have corrections or information to add to this chronology, please e-mail me.JUMP TO: 1920's 1930's 1940's 1950's 1960's 1970's 1980's 1990's 2000's Gold plated head as used until 1954. Spring clip under guard turns to the left for cleaning. Later models with curved spring and tabs pointing down.This page is an addendum to our History, Development and Identification Guide that outlines the types of Schick Injector Razors and their features.
Here, you can find a year by year outline of product development which will help you to date the razors you already have or intend to acquire.Even so, the Krona is great for collectors, as well; it’s a wonderful way to get acquainted with the history of shaving, and if you really want to shave like your grandpa like Sharpologist tells you to, you might want to get the actual razor that he probably used.