Look on B/S/T. Members are generally very honest about the condition of the classic razors they are selling because they want to maintain good relationships with the members.
Originally Posted by Moonshine Leatherworks
Or buy a new one from one of our vendors. If you pay $40 and it lasts you a lifetime, it will pay for itself in short order. The only catch is that a good one for that price probably won't have a butterfly opening for the razors. But I'll trade that for a great shave any day.
I bought one on Amazon and it was defective. But they took it back. So I have mixed feelings about getting one there.
I think you should first look at the Reviews section of this forum and decide if you want a mild, or aggressive razor. That also goes for blades.
John :straight:[INDENT][URL="http://zenhabits.net/the-zen-of-shaving-how-a-double-edge-razor-can-change-your-life/"]The Zen of Shaving[/URL]
[URL="http://archive.org/details/shavingmadeeasyw0020th"]Shaving Made Easy[/URL]
[URL="http://www.badgerandblade.com/vb/payments.php?page=support"]Please Support Badger & Blade[/URL][/INDENT]
C.O.L.D., Club CELLA