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As has been suggested already, a Gillette New would be a great pick.
Everyone has their favorites, and I'm no different. I'd suggest a New Deluxe of any type, a British Raised Flat Bottom (hard to find), or any British Flat Bottom in fact. These are all the "cream of the crop", so to speak...
Not in your carry-on, but you can in your checked baggage as long as they are securely packed.
Safety Razor With Blades (allowed without blade)
Carry On Bags: No
Checked Bags: Yes
Any sharp objects in checked baggage should be sheathed or securely wrapped to prevent injury to baggage...
Initially I found it too much for daily use, but it got me the absolute closest shave I'd ever had.
The trick for me was to adjust my technique and learn the razor. Previously, I was doing a 3pass shave. With the rigid clamping of Timeless, I eventually learned that it was unnecessary.
I have the 68 OC. It's a great razor, but my daily driver is my 95 OC. I sold my SC and SB plates for both 68 and 95 gaps, but if I had to do it again I would try this:
Start with a 95 SB. If it's too aggressive, you can exchange it for a 68 of your choice. If you think you would like it more...
In my case, yes they are with some caveats.
Timeless makes a great range of razors that are readily available with a bulletproof 30-day warranty. If you can afford the entry fee, then you will find the one they make that best suits your needs. I encourage you to call them on the phone to get...
Dear Bob, if I hadn't just acquired an exceptional 2nd gen #15 set I'd be all over this one.
As it is, I'm sorely tempted to get a second one.
Somebody please intervene, before I cause discord in my happy home! :001_302:
Seriously @Northstonehill, those are all great deals. Glwts!