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[Amazon Canada] Rockwell Stainless Steel Razor 6S - $104.45

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[Amazon Canada] Rockwell Stainless Steel Razor 6S - $104.45

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Note that this is a good price for this specific razor.
Lots of down votes for 'high' price for this item. Please comment with a link if you find the Rockwell 6s or an equivalent SS, adjustable for cheaper.
If you're happy with whatever you already use or don't understand why this is at this price, ask or move on to the next deal.
This is more wet shaving hobby-related or someone looking for a better crafted razor. **
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Good deal for an adjustable style safety razor. This one has had a lot of good reviews and I've been watching it for a while.
Price history shows the lowest at 104.02 so this is very close.

This is a good razor for beginners or those who want to upgrade to better quality razor.
Designed in Canada; Forged in the US.

The adjustable part involves changing out the razor blade base plates from 1-6, 1 being the mildest.
Plenty of info and reviews on this razor on the www and youtube.

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Have you tried to find razor blades lately? At one time they were a common household item, and specified as the tool of choice for a lot of things. I tried to find some a few years ago when a windshield glass chip repair kit said "slice off any excess resin on the window with a standard razor blade". No longer available at any store I checked.
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On amazon you can find plenty, and very cheap! :)
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Exp315 wrote:
Feb 10th, 2019 8:58 pm
Have you tried to find razor blades lately? At one time they were a common household item, and specified as the tool of choice for a lot of things. I tried to find some a few years ago when a windshield glass chip repair kit said "slice off any excess resin on the window with a standard razor blade". No longer available at any store I checked.
Safety razor blades are plentiful all over ebay, amazon, etc. It's the cheapest way to shave at 10-20 cents a blade. Ex: https://www.amazon.ca/Astra-Superior-Pr ... 001QY8QXM/
That being said, I would personally not pay more than $10 for the razor handle. Currently using a cheap plastic razor from "russian army" found on ebay for $8.50 usd shipped. I've been looking for a plastic razor handle because my old metallic one got rust all over.
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KpoT wrote:
Feb 10th, 2019 9:06 pm
Safety razor blades are plentiful all over ebay, amazon, etc. It's the cheapest way to shave at 10-20 cents a blade. Ex: https://www.amazon.ca/Astra-Superior-Pr ... 001QY8QXM/
That being said, I would personally not pay more than $10 for the razor handle. Currently using a cheap plastic razor from "russian army" found on ebay for $8.50 usd shipped. I've been looking for a plastic razor handle because my old metallic one got rust all over.
How much does the plastic razor weigh?
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Exp315 wrote:
Feb 10th, 2019 8:58 pm
Have you tried to find razor blades lately? At one time they were a common household item, and specified as the tool of choice for a lot of things. I tried to find some a few years ago when a windshield glass chip repair kit said "slice off any excess resin on the window with a standard razor blade". No longer available at any store I checked.
Why didn't you check online?
https://www.fendrihan.ca/collections/sa ... zor-blades
https://www.italianbarber.com/collections/razor-blades
https://www.westcoastshaving.com/collec ... zor-blades
https://www.theartofshaving.com/razors-blades
https://www.amazon.ca/s/ref=nb_sb_noss? ... zor+blades
etc.
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KpoT wrote:
Feb 10th, 2019 9:06 pm
Safety razor blades are plentiful all over ebay, amazon, etc. It's the cheapest way to shave at 10-20 cents a blade. Ex: https://www.amazon.ca/Astra-Superior-Pr ... 001QY8QXM/
That being said, I would personally not pay more than $10 for the razor handle. Currently using a cheap plastic razor from "russian army" found on ebay for $8.50 usd shipped. I've been looking for a plastic razor handle because my old metallic one got rust all over.
A $10 metal one might rust, but a decent one won't. There are pleny of decent ones to be had - just not for $10. Personally I think it's well worth the cost to have a razor you really like.
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Exp315 wrote:
Feb 10th, 2019 8:58 pm
Have you tried to find razor blades lately? At one time they were a common household item, and specified as the tool of choice for a lot of things. I tried to find some a few years ago when a windshield glass chip repair kit said "slice off any excess resin on the window with a standard razor blade". No longer available at any store I checked.
You just weren't looking hard enough. Amazon, eBay,

https://www.maggardrazors.com/product/d ... -12-types/

https://www.fendrihan.ca/collections/sa ... r-samplers

https://www.razorbladesclub.com/

For arts and crafts and automotive and other non shaving things I would recommend these

https://www.amazon.ca/STANLEY-11-515-2- ... 000NNIIQM/?
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Exp315 wrote:
Feb 10th, 2019 8:58 pm
Have you tried to find razor blades lately? At one time they were a common household item, and specified as the tool of choice for a lot of things. I tried to find some a few years ago when a windshield glass chip repair kit said "slice off any excess resin on the window with a standard razor blade". No longer available at any store I checked.
For scraping, pretty well every hardware store carries them:
https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.sing ... 02690.html
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I got the original razor from the Kickstarter. Good razor, to bad about 4 months later I left my job and started a new one and grew a beard so haven't used it for years now.
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Lazy Susan wrote:
Feb 10th, 2019 9:25 pm
You just weren't looking hard enough. Amazon, eBay,

https://www.maggardrazors.com/product/d ... -12-types/

https://www.fendrihan.ca/collections/sa ... r-samplers

https://www.razorbladesclub.com/

For arts and crafts and automotive and other non shaving things I would recommend these

https://www.amazon.ca/STANLEY-11-515-2- ... 000NNIIQM/?
Susan, you’re not the least bit lazy !!! Ty!
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Thanks op. This is exactly the razor me and my toxic masculinity were looking for!
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Turge wrote:
Feb 10th, 2019 11:04 pm
Thanks op. This is exactly the razor me and my toxic masculinity were looking for!
Thanks for stopping by! Your contribution to the conversation has been truly enlightening.

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