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    Default Safety Razors...

    My oldest is about to turn 18. For his birthday/graduation I want to get him a nice safety razor and pair it up with a collection of shave products from Cubman.

    Who has one or knows where to find some nice quality razors?

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    I bought a safety razor once to shave my head.........safe it was not, my hemoglobin was low after that fiasco
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    Get the boy a straight razor.

    He'll learn to respect a blade and to keep one sharp. He'll also learn to keep a beard.

    Three birds. One stone. And stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bitesize View Post
    Which model do you have? He's a tall rascal so I'm thinking the 38C long handle may fit his hand better.

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    https://www.excaliburcutlery.com/ger...l-safety-razor

    Get it monogrammed while youre at it.
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    Ifn you spend $150 on damn razor then you can join Toofer in the dumbass club with his purchase of a $175 cast iron skillet@!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LabLuvR View Post
    Ifn you spend $150 on damn razor then you can join Toofer in the dumbass club with his purchase of a $175 cast iron skillet@!
    Why don't you do us all a favor and pull your bottom lip up over the top of your head and swallow real hard.

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    A hooker and blow for his 18th birthday would beat any razor.

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    I got a free razor in the mail when I signed up for the draft. Save your money and drive him to the post office on his birthday.

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    I had an Edwin Jagger but switched to a Viking Chieftan because it has a butterfly closure. I like the Chieftan better. Easier to replace the blades.

    I prefer Feather razor blades. They tend to be sharper and last for more shaves.

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    A few years ago I discovered shaving while in the shower. I haven't purchased shaving cream since.

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    Buy a leather travel sheath/cover to protect it in luggage. I cut the tip off my finger three different times grabbing it out of my dopp kit before I finally purchased a cover off amazon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    Which model do you have? He's a tall rascal so I'm thinking the 38C long handle may fit his hand better.
    I have the 38C long handle and have used it for 3 years. No complaints

    I also use the Astro blades
    Last edited by tot; 04-06-2021 at 04:02 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjack View Post
    Buy a leather travel sheath/cover to protect it in luggage. I cut the tip off my finger three different times grabbing it out of my dopp kit before I finally purchased a cover off amazon.
    Great idea!

    Quote Originally Posted by tot View Post
    I have the 38C long handle and have used it for 3 years. No complaints

    I also use the Astro blades
    Gracias!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CofC Waterfowler View Post
    A few years ago I discovered shaving while in the shower. I haven't purchased shaving cream since.
    You don't have to be in the shower. I haven't used shaving cream of any sort in 20ish years, and I just use a Gillette 3 Blade.

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