In Praise of the Ordinary Razor

Let's talk about single and double edged razors and the blades that they use.
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TRBeck
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Re: In Praise of the Ordinary Razor

Post by TRBeck » Wed Jun 06, 2018 9:44 am

Two shaves in with the v3A from Maggard.

It is certainly more aggressive than the standard DE89 head, and I do like the closeness I get on my neck as a result. The chin is not really much of an improvement. Perhaps more time with it would yield a different result.

That said, the finish is not great. There's a bit of blade play, and there's a tiny gap between the handle and razor head when it's screwed down tight. I don't dislike the gunmetal finish, but I would prefer chrome to match my razor handle, and in the end, I suspect this thing will be gone from the den soon.

Red Tip incoming and then I am probably done chasing razors for a while again...unless an aluminum General is available after we move and get settled :roll: :lol:
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Tim

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Re: In Praise of the Ordinary Razor

Post by Gene » Thu Jun 07, 2018 9:10 am

Tim - PM heading your way.
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