looking at a oneblade core

Discussion in 'Single Edged Razors' started by jaro 101969, Jul 8, 2019.

    Best advice to share when trying a OneBlade is just IGNORE the pivot, otherwise you will be pushing a lot harder than necessary. If you place the OB against your face, push the forward close to the pivot, which will get you the hang of it quicker. If you start thinking about making it pivot, you'll just press harder, when it should just pivot on it's own, and it's a matter of trusting it will do its thing.

    I'm thinking an FHS-10 is going to be 4 shaves and done, after using it again with the same blade for shave #4 this morning. I'll start another shave, but there was a bit of buffing needed this morning to get smooth. On the plus side, I didn't have a lot to remove this morning, she's getting really close in three passes.
     
  1. I think you’ll enjoy the gems, they’re great in the Oneblade.

    Is it hard to get the notch position just right with a dremel?

    Also - you’re right (as well as more succinct than me). Ignoring the pivot and just trusting that it is working - that’s the way to go.
     

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