I doubt that people are dedicating their lives to finding the perfect angle with the 15C. If you aren't cutting close with little to no pressure try tilting the razor slightly, if you still aren't cutting close try tilting the razor ever so slightly more, and so on. If you use your arm or a leg or something with no lather to test this, finding the right angle should only take about 30 seconds. From there on, it just takes practice to maintain the angle.
Originally Posted by NoddyRabbid
Some people prefer razors with more blade gap, so getting one isn't an altogether bad idea. But, getting a more aggressive razor because you weren't willing to find the right angle with a less aggressive one is like buying a Corvette ZR1 because you couldn't figure out how to use the clutch on your brand new Toyota Corolla.
Razors don't shave people. People shave people!
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