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Discussion in 'General Straight Razor Talk' started by wilbr11, Aug 20, 2014.
Thats a beauty Sir! Love me some eagle razors.
Yeah I'm a fan for sure. It's got some serious heft compared to what I'm used to.
UHH 3 days of growth? Soldier, you should be shaving every day
Had a family situation and three days of compassionate including a flight with only carry on meant no straights for me for three days.
Well, if you decide that the weight is not to your liking, just let me know. I'm sure we can work something out to get you in a more hollow model.....
Hahaha, I somehow doubt it. I think I've found my my new Monday morning razor. This thing eats through a couple of days worth of stubble like it's not even there.
Besides, my other favourite razor is a W&B 7/8 full hollow.
Aaaaand the second razor that came as a part of that trade, a 6/8 Le Grelot with rams horn scales, also by Heespharm.
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Beautiful and the scales are stunning!
Yeah, Heespharm really knows his way around a razor.
And the first half of another trade, a 5/8 Puma Gold
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The Brandoniso & Bro's are setting the bar high with their UNO S.R. A 7/8 barber's notch half hollow grind. A classic design that delivers a fantastic shaving experience.
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Here's a little beauty that I found today at a local antique shop for 15 bucks. Pics are before cleanup.
Just bought a Fili #12 JMP. Not sure how long i'll keep this around though as I have a couple #14's already.
Nothing too exotic, but I found a Bengall and a Gotta in the wild. They had some more expensive, fancier razors, but I took these home as I reckon these brands are two of the best shavers you can get.
I totally regret selling my 8/8 Gotta....
Both around 9/16 (by eyeball): A tornblom faux frame back in ivory in need of a little TLC and a wostenholm ixl wedge in the ugliest scales ever, in need of a complete overhaul
Also recently got a 6/8 Wade and butcher wedge with barber notch, an ern crown and sword with unfortunately warped scales, and another but I can't remember what it is off the top of my head
The listing said NOS, although for obvious reasons I have my doubts about that. Still, I'm excited to hone and shave with it. This will probably be the last shaving purchase I make for a long time other than the occasional trade.