Last edited by cobersober; 03-18-2008 at 07:52 AM.
I think it is a British Tech. I have one and it is a nice shave.
"We shall not cease from exploration And the end of all our exploring Will be to arrive where we started And know the place for the first time". T.S. Eliot
English tech it is... Beautifully gentle shaver
I sedederserve to lose some man points
+1 - I bought one two weeks ago and it is a GREAT shave - very gentle, and easy to use. I paid $8 for mine. **WAY nicer than the Merkur Classic I started with, for which I paid about $30.
I have a Feather blade in mine, and it tames this notoriously sharp blade... just go easy.
That is indeed a British Tech!
I purchased one for only a few bucks and it came in this traveler set, so cool.
is that a bottle opener in tht kit???!?!?!?! that is bad A$$!!!
"I may not have gotten every women that I've ever wanted, but I've gotten every women that has ever wanted me." :tongue_sm
I think the handle of the one in the travel set is aluminum and the handle of the poster is brass and a little longer as well.
I bought one last Sunday on a fleamarket for $9 and the weight is 61 gram.
So it seems to be the tech.. good to know.
It's a fairly good one I guess, even though I'm just a noob.. 2 weeks of DE shaving now. I'm pretty satisfied, I must say.
I had a couple of shaves with this one and it feels good. The handle is grippy but a bit too small for my hands. In the future I'll go for a fatter stick. Suggestions (without breaking the bank!)?
When was the last one of these made? I heard Techs were made as late as 1980.
What kind of value does it hold? I paid a lot more than you did, and I'm wondering if I got took!