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That's a Kronos if I'm not mistaken, and a nice one at that.
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Craig_From_Cincy wrote:That's a Kronos if I'm not mistaken, and a nice one at that.
I believe the name of the razor is a Krona.
Gotta have the "Fat"!
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Yes, Krona, a very well designed shaving tool that is surprising durable considering it was not conceived as a high end razor. Schick used to give them away if you bought some blades.
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Who cares how old it is. What a great looking razor. Enjoy it. It is a mild shaver and will serve you well.
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