Blade: Polsilver SUPER IRIDIUM (4)
Soap: some vintage
Brush: Omega travel boar
AS: alum, Nivea cream
How many DE razors do you have ?
Gillette Tech/EJ-DE89 handle with an Astra SPP blade--nice shave. I had to compare the blade to the Persona Med Prep. The Astra did a fine job, and at 10 cents a blade compared with just over 23 cents/blade. I'm not sure the Persona Med Prep is 2+ times better than the Astra SPP. I'll give the Asta a go again tomorrow.
Gillette NDC late 40's Super Speed w/ Super Max Super Platinum @ 4
Jay - LOSER, Cult of Arko, The CHOSEN, TOFLAC-U
Gillette 1955 Red Tip (bought early this afternoon)
Feather (3) pulled from my 1967 Gillette
AOS Pure Badger
Proraso Green Pre Shave
Proraso Green Cream w/ new scuttle that arrived this week
Thayers Witch Hazel
Proraso Green splash
EJ 89 Tradere handle/Gillette Black
EJ 89 Barley. Feather blade with a 2 blade "shim" inserted. Experimenting on blade gap. DFS achieved very, very carefully.
"You want some respect? Go out there and get it for yourself!"
Paul aka Mad Man
NEW long comb + Topaz Platinum (2)
John - ALPHA Team founding member (Faceman)
1955 Gillette Red Tip & a Crystal blade (2)
Once in Africa I lost the corkscrew and we were forced to live off food and water for weeks." -Ernest Hemingway
ASTRA SP in my Merkur Progress, day 4 and better than the first 3!
Gareth | TheHandleBarSupply.com
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Merkur 38C Barber-pole, using a Gillette Wilkinson (1). BBS
Merkur 33c w/Rainbow Blade
Stubble reduction was achieved today by means of a 1960 Gillette Fatboy dialled to a setting of 6 and loaded with a Feather FH-10 stainless steel blade. Very effective!
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Merkur 23c (long handle) with a Gillette 7 o'clock Super Stainless, 3rd shave BBS
Merkur 11C & Elios (35)
Extra sebum nulla salus
going for the Gillette Adjustable and Polsilver tomorrow ... sure is fun having too many razors.
R41/Lord Super Chrome/ToBS avocado
Darwin + Feather +TOBS Sandlewod
If - And- which is more - you'll be a Man, my son. Rudyard Kipling. Member of BOTOC