Is still possible to buy? If so, where? If not, will I be just as satisfied with Rivivage? SSAD has hit me again and I can not shake it off. So, I will purchase one of these either today or tomorrow.
letterk said:Their charges are a little weird. They don't say if VAT is included or not in the price. On top of that it says shipping is 5 Euros, but then theres a note about shipping to US being 20 Euros. If it costs close to $40 to ship four little bars of soap, that's got to be some AMAZING soap for it to be worth it.
Sorry I did not read this before you became a victim of well intended, but somewhat uninformed comments. Best Grooming Tools had and continues to have Gold Dachs shaving soap. Even as I type they have it in stock.AandW said:RIVIVAGE IS ON THE WAY!!!
No worries. However, I AM BAFFLED!!! MY "RIVIVAGE" came in the mail today wrapped in a cute little plastic bag with a small piece of paper folded in thirds. The front of the paper has the exact same BADGER picture and wording, "SPEZIAL/MARKE GOLD-DACHS/RASIER-SEIFE" as the product displayed in your posted link. The soap cake itself is identical to that pictured.
Why does ClassicShaving market the product as "RIVIVAGE", Best Grooming Tools pawns it off as simply Gold-Dachs and some other sites call it Gold-Dachs Spezial? The only difference I can see is the packaging(i.e. Box, Bag or Aluminum Can). However, all the same soap cake and all say Gold-Dachs Spezial!!!
Coincidence? I think not!
crackstar said:My Golddachs Spezial soap is in a metal container with a black mark on the lid. The soap inside is bigger than the Rivivage soap I had purchased from Classicshaving. One thing, both of these soaps are to die for. I was going to use it today, but instead, I grabbed for the Arko!