What are your thoughts on the Feather shaving products...

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What are your thoughts on the Feather shaving products...

Post by AceHarddrive » Sun Feb 13, 2005 9:19 pm

...(other than the razor) such as those as offered by ClassicShaving?

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Post by clownjuggles » Sun Feb 13, 2005 9:44 pm


I plan on ordering a feather straight within the next month. But I can't justify the cost on an currently unproven product. I have to hear more reviews on something before i become a buyer of it. But that is just me.
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Post by razor_boy » Sun Feb 13, 2005 9:52 pm


Chris Fisher has used a number of Feather shaving products, perhaps we can get him to post his thoughts. I am waiting for several Feather products (Chris is sending me the unused portion of the products he tried) I will post my thoughts as soon as I get them.

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Post by fisherc » Mon Feb 14, 2005 11:02 pm


The Feather products are all quite good. I found the preshave to be the best of the lot. The A/S balm is also quite nice. However, I find that proper prep requires no preshave of any kind and thus the Feather products are are on their way to Paul. I'd say the preshave stands out most when you don't have time to do proper prep and need something to make up for that.


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