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Haircut & Shave Co. H&S Copper P076

I've had the pleasure of using this razor for two shaves now. Here are my thoughts, to date:

Shave 1:
I had my first shave with it today. A brief review, it's amazing! Smooth, efficient, & provided me with a spectacular two-pass shave. I'll be more detailed with future write-ups after I use it a few times. And the Ethos soap, it's the best soap available, anywhere, for any price, bar none.
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Shave 2:
The look of the copper is very cool. Beautifully produced & made, the attention to detail in the making of it is quite impressive. Fit & finish is superb. The handle is a great fit for the razor & my hand. It balances the head & lets the razor glide over my face. Glide leads to the shave. Put the razor to your face & finding the correct angle is simple & natural. The blade feel is perfect, I know the blade is reducing my beard as it goes, & the small amount of audible feedback enhances the experience. This is the smoothest razor I have used. And it's as efficient as any I've used. I believe I've used all of the H&S razors: NO75 SS & Mixed Metal, PO76 SS, Ti, & Copper. All H&S razors are excellent, my personal preference is for the PO76 SB.

There is one question I can't figure out: Why don't I own a PO76 yet?

I have been a fan of Ethos soap for almost a year. Since discovering Ethos, I have used it for at least 90% of my shaves. It is the best soap I have ever used in terms of scent, latherability, cushion, slickness, residual slickness, & post-shave feel.
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@dmshaver Wonderful Review, thank you for your shaving experience David with the H&S Copper P076. It's absolutely gorgeous.

I have the 17-4 SB version and its one of my favorite razors. I'm still amazed of how well it shaves, and also love it's mirror polish aesthetics.
 
It will still be priced in the Wolfman range as the guy thinks his razors are superior in every way!! I'm betting its $350-400 minimum...
i hope he just does a machine finish a charges the same as the NO75 or less. I'm indifferent to polished finishes so can't justify dropping money on the current models.
 
i hope he just does a machine finish a charges the same as the NO75 or less. I'm indifferent to polished finishes so can't justify dropping money on the current models.
Copper is a pretty soft metal. A high polish would seem impossible to keep nice. Can you see scratches where the razor blade sits yet? Gorgeous piece.
 
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