I keep seeing this thread... I keep reading the title...
That boat is long gone... I probably would need to disconnect the internet to be able to be even now. I was pretty good for the last 2 years (only spent around 100$/year on gear). Now I realise that I have a lot of things that are either not made anymore or that the formula changed.So how about you?
I was reading your post and my experience is pretty similar to yours. I've been wet shaving for close to 3 years. I have not saved any money but I see it as an investment in a hobby I very much enjoy.It's possible to save money, but it seems to be uncommon, at least on this forum. Everything you read tempts you to buy more stuff..... Expenses are going to be high in the beginning because you want to buy decent equipment to start shaving this way. Plus, there is an element of curiosity that makes you want to try new things to see what you like. I think expenses can taper off after this point..... Instead of money going to overpriced cartridges and junk, it's gone to things that are more fun and interesting. Things that will last quite a long time'''''