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    Quote Originally Posted by asadasam View Post
    Less finger-to-blade contact when changing (since you don't have to screw anything back down) and you can clean (by loosening the head and running under water) without taking the blade out.
    +1. Plus no parts to drop on the floor.
    Jim P. - St. Petersburg, FL

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    I've got TTO DEs, 3-piece DEs, Flip-top SEs, TTO SEs, and Injectors. They all give me excellent shaves. I enjoy the variety of using a different razor every morning and honestly haven't found an absolute favorite. It's really not so much about the tool but how you use it.
    Larry (TOFLAC-U, BOTOC, LOSER, The Rubberset 400 Club, Fountain Pen Junkie, Savior of Vintage Brushes, and some other stuff I forgot!)

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