While being sent back to a M3 could easily be seen as punishment (at least by those of us who dislike the cartridge razors - though, some do love them), I don't know that it would be a cure for a serious case of butterfingers. In my experience, using a M3 good technique or with poor technique will produce similar results - a poor but expensive shave. You could shave in the dark with loud music playing and not notice much difference.
Originally Posted by Xert
Now, to cure a serious case of butterfinger syndrome I would suggest a frighteningly sharp straight (which I fear and do not own). This would inspire steady hands through fear (and if we have learned anything post 9-11, it is that fear is a powerful tool to inspire results)
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