How much does an electric razor cost in the 1950's?
An Electric Razor Costs 10cents in the 1950's
about $30 for a non electric one
fast and shiny ones are about 250 - 500 bucks but razor usually are 175
They can usually go from about $2 to more than $400, if you really want to go all out.
If you aren't tight on a budget you must check x-treme 800 watt scooter. However if you choosing between eZip and Razor I will you suggest razor e300 model. It much more powerfull than e200 and e100. eZip scooters is good and more powerfull but the cost is higher.
how much did a slinky cost in the 1950s
The average cost of a new house in the 1950s was $3,000.00 to $5,000.00.
they cost about 11,299
The Razor E100 weighs 29 lbs. The Razor E200 weighs 45 lbs. The Razor E300 weighs 52 lbs.
In the middle 1950s the cost of a record album ranged from $2.98 to $3.98
They cost 74.99 if you get the razor ripstick.
about 10 dollars
At IN-N-OUT it cost .30cents in 1948.
A new razor from a Sprint store costs below $100.00.
15.99 with tax 16.32
The cost of a water bill in the 1950s cost about $3.50.
an electric guitar can cost from £50 to £2000
it is $5,500 the electric car cost
At walmart.com it is only $59.00
usually around $19
About 1 to 2 thousand dollars
i think five or ten cents
A one carat diamond ring that costs $4,125 in 2013, sold for approximately $400 in the 1950s.
200 to 9000 dollars
Razor Pro Model Scooters are only about $89
Cost to watch was nothing except using electricity. TV prices about 190.00
In the 1950s, super glue did not have a cost. It had not yet come to market.
Depends on the type of book. Do you mean a new book?
A Philco model 1403 TV sold for $199.
Around $100, It just depends on what company you get the phone from.
The price depends on which type you get. A light-duty oster razor runs $30-45 (if you're just getting the razor & the basic accessories; kits including more run up to $100). A medium-duty razor costs about $100-120. And the heavy-duty (Oster A5) can run cost $180-250. These are all retail store prices...so you could probably find better deals if you hunted online. I actually got a heavy-duty oster razor from Trader Joes for $20… Read More
Results from Amazon.com: Razor A2: $29.00 - $129.99 Razor A: $24.00 - $89.99 Razor A5 Lux: $73.28 Razor Pro Model: $47.22 - $89.99 Razor A3: $44.00 - $79.95 Micro Bullet Kick: $109.99 Micro Monster Bullet: $169.99
IN the 1950s a pair of tennis shoes was $0.98.
$130 for blue black or red
I have a mini bike electric and i got it for $250. If i were you i would get a electric and get a gas which cost around $500 for the bike, helmet, and the gear
however much you pay for them(1,000,000).
very much :-)
15 cents....right on!! And fries were 10¢ and shakes were 20¢.
A loaf of bread in the 1950s would have only been about twenty nine cents. Bread was a common grocery purchase in those days as it is today.
The first electric washing machine was $900
The cost to you is on your Gas and Electric bills
A starter electric guitar would cost about $300
It would cost about $20,000.
The Gillette safety razor became available in 1901. The handle was 79 cents, almost 23 dollars in 2008. Each packet of 10 blades cost 5 cents, or $1.50 in 2008 dollars.
A new electric drum kit can cost from as little as $300 to as much as $7000 for a standard kit.
The cost of a electric sander ranges. The price range changes based on location, condition, brand, year, and type.
25¢ and you could ask the attendant to give you "a dollars worth of gas."
Many factors, such as size and power, affect the cost of an electric train set. In general, these sets cost anywhere from 60 dollars to nearly 300 dollars.
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