Yeah well I think you have it entirely wrong. In my view a new shaver is held back from learning how to manage angle and pressure when they look either to adjusting their Fatboy or changing razors to solve their issues.As we develop new shaving habits, improve technique, or just change our preferences, having a razor that can be adjusted to accommodate that is nice.
It’s especially useful to new shavers that are still developing their technique and don’t really know yet what is it they really like or need. Buying an adjustable early on allowed me to experiment without having to go out and buy a new razor every time. .
As we "improve our techniques" we should be able to adjust angle and pressure rather than having to "go out and buy a new razor" or monkey with little changes to blade gap.
Just my opinion .
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