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Discussion in 'Shopping and Deals' started by PeteVK, May 17, 2019.
The brass razors were just released for May/June!
nice, love CG
got another one myself:
Thanks for sharing.
If you like and your face can tolerate it the Level 3 baseplates are great. No where near as dangerous as iKon tech or R41 and much smoother. Enjoy your haul.
I bought the exact same setup this morning, except in bright brass and with a hammered handle in the smaller diameter and weight. I can’t believe I now own three complete Level 3 razors...
Which one is the mild they make now?
Any comparison to Razorock GC .68-p
Any information is appreciated
Got myself another CG razor.
Antique Brass Top Cap - Gen4
Antique Brass Baseplate Open Comb (Level-2) - Gen 1
Antique Brass Hammered Handle
I have a level 1 Charcoal Goods in SS and would say that it is in the range of the RR.68. The level 2 is very smooth and really kicks up the efficiency
Wow! I just found this. Antique or solid brass, 3" long, 55gr weight. It's not just beautiful, but a perfect size and weight.
Its good....my 2nd favourite CG design...after 'Hammered'
CANNOT WAIT FOR MINE!
Got the hammered Really wanted the maze, but they were sold out.
Guys, there are 3 level 2 antique brass left. If you're on the fence, decide quickly!
Unfortunately, the handle's 'sold out'!
just get the bright tumbled version...you can seal it in a plastic bag with some boiled eggs
and it will turn dark.
Picked up the level 3 with gen 4 top cap and hammered handle. All bright brass. Excited!
Anyone get theirs yet? Post pics! Let’s see these beauts
Just got my tracking today. Will be a while before arriving here in Canada.
Just got mine yesterday day
I own a level one Generation 1 open comb brass CG razor. Got it a couple of years ago before the operation moved and when you could still find what you wanted on the website. I'd love to get a level one or two straight bar, but I'm tired to death of going to the web site and finding a brass cap and a copper baseplate and a stainless handle, maybe. Having to watch the site daily and possibly assemble a razor over a period of months as he makes these parts this month and those parts next month isn't worth the effort to me. There's good solid competition out there that makes excellent razors. I understand he wants to keep this a small, one man operation. That's a great environment to work in, but I have to admit that I haven't got the patience to shop the way he wants to sell.