Whatcha think? 1912 GEM $17 bucks shipped...heres pics
yeah, why do that. are they ....why?Alex-
Congrats on your new razor. You now have a great quality shaver that is mild on the skin and consistently delivers superb results.
As others have mentioned you need to pick up either the Ted Pella blades or the GEM stainless blades from Walgreens to fully realise the potential of this razor. Carbon blades just will not do this razor justice and will rust/dull after the first use. If you alcohol dip/dry your Pella/GEM blades you will get from 4-6 excellent shaves.
Best of luck with your new razor--
What do you mean by "alcohol dip/dry?"
thanks im try that.For some reason I have found that even though the GEM/Pella blades are stainless steel they have a tendency to dull and oxidise. After a shave I clean the razor under running water then dry it with a towel. Don't dry the edge of the blade--it will dull it. Then I have a small glass of 91% alcohol that I dip the razor into--cover the whole head of the razor. This disperses the remaining water. I then either dry the razor or blow dry it (which is better). It's a little more work--but the blade will last longer and deliver better shaves.
When I did not do the alcohol dip--I averaged about two shaves per blade. It may be different for others...
Hope this helps,
It can be simple without being garish. Red text on a light blue background does not look good. Buttons that are just a jpeg of someone elses buttons, (add to cart/view cart), rather than clear text/button don't either.Simple website, no bells, whistles or flashing lights, low overhead = low prices. Page up 99.999% of the time. Hey, I like it
i like country joes, they have some good razor finds, im always late at buying, theres some fast triger fingers buyers there,Hi, actually the buttons came with the shopping cart, just haven't gotten to design different ones. Just another project.
Know your not trying to rubbish the site, input is always good.
Thanks for sending whatever busines gets there.