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Look at What I Got!

I think 1.40mm gap would be enough for me :D. Now I just have to wait and see a comparison between this and the Rex razor and also see what people with coarse beards and efficient razor addicts think about it.
 
Congrats on a good looking shaver 😊
Beware of alignment issues, I saw one guy on fb posting pics of his new flexi and showing some serious issues.
Another guy, or maybe it was the same guy (?), showed pics on how the head was tilted at one side.
I wanted to order one until I saw these posts on fb.
Not sure about Pearls QC
 

Billski

Here I am, 1st again.
I haven’t tried those blades. Give them a try. They are probably good shavers.

I usually use Gillette razors.
 
Congrats on a good looking shaver 😊
Beware of alignment issues, I saw one guy on fb posting pics of his new flexi and showing some serious issues.
Another guy, or maybe it was the same guy (?), showed pics on how the head was tilted at one side.
I wanted to order one until I saw these posts on fb.
Not sure about Pearls QC
Any gap alignment issue with a new adjustable without a collet is usually just a spring that needs to get broken in. Usually gets straight after a week of use or you can manually press up and down on the baseplate for a few minutes to loosen it up. I’ve seen this with two of my new, modern adjustable springs (VB Emperor and Parker Variant) and both worked themselves out.
 
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