Exactly! But the problem is that all our faces are different according to "hills and valleys." So are the coarseness of our stubbles, the sensivity of our skin, and different men have different ways of holding and handling fine (and in some cases dangerous) tools as a razor.
Originally Posted by Duncan Hill
So I agree with you: There should be one perfect razor with a perfect blade angle, perfect blade gap, perfect weight, perfect length of the handle, and finally a perfect head so you can shave difficult areas as under your nose. Oh, and I forgot: Of course this shaver would also have that perfect looks.
I'm not writing this to be ironic. But as Nietzsche said: "There is your way and there is my way. The only way, the perfect way doesn't exist." And I think this goes for all parts of shaving too. That's why you will meet the expression YMMV very often: your mileage may vary.
Good luck in finding the perfect razor for YOU. I'm sure it exists.
[FONT="Verdana"][SIZE="1"]“Copperfield, you are a true friend; but when the worst comes to the worst, no man is without a friend who is possessed of shaving materials.” Mr. Micawber in David Copperfield.[/SIZE][/FONT]