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3 In 1 Pro Men's Shaving Razor Set - $31 USD

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3 In 1 Pro Men's Shaving Razor Set - $31 USD

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Price:
$31 USD
Savings:
15% off
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Prohibition Style
Model Number: Shaving Razor Set
Material: Acrylic + stainless steel + ABS and blaireau
Size: Holder Size: Approx. 9 * 5.6 * 12cm / 3.5 * 2.2 * 4.7in (L * W * H)
Item Type: Shaving Brush
Holder Size: Approx. 9 * 5.6 * 12cm / 3.5 * 2.2 * 4.7in (L * W * H)
Razor Length: Approx. 16cm / 6.3in
Shaving Holder Material: Acrylic
Razor Material: Stainless Steel
Shaving Brush Material: ABS and Blaireau
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Sep 22, 2016
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While it is a deal, and we definitely appreciate you sharing, I would caution newbies from jumping on his too quickly.

No Strop, No Hone, and no specs on the blade... I'd suggest anyone looking into using a Straight Razor do more research, and get a better quality kit.

For example, from Fendrihan.ca (Ships from Mississauga, ON I believe)
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Sets with Straight Razors

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Mar 17, 2015
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A decent Straight Razor is more in the $200+ range. Anything at this price is going to be a horrible shaving experience. Unfortunately it's not one of those things you really want to cheap out on either, the quality of the blade is going to directly affect your shave, and you don't want to be scraping a dull shitty blade across your face, cutting more skin then hair.

There is a guy on reddit /r/ShaveBazaar that restores old straights and sells them at great prices. Everything is honed and ready to shave.

The better option on a budget however is to go the DE route. A box of blades is cheap and you can get a decent DE for anywhere from a few bucks and up.
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Yeah I second going with double edge. Much less learning curve and costs way less than disposable. I switched six months ago and I'm a happy camper.
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KrimsonStudios wrote: A decent Straight Razor is more in the $200+ range. Anything at this price is going to be a horrible shaving experience. Unfortunately it's not one of those things you really want to cheap out on either, the quality of the blade is going to directly affect your shave, and you don't want to be scraping a dull shitty blade across your face, cutting more skin then hair.

There is a guy on reddit /r/ShaveBazaar that restores old straights and sells them at great prices. Everything is honed and ready to shave.

The better option on a budget however is to go the DE route. A box of blades is cheap and you can get a decent DE for anywhere from a few bucks and up.
fatestkid wrote: Yeah I second going with double edge. Much less learning curve and costs way less than disposable. I switched six months ago and I'm a happy camper.
Another option, if you still want to learn how to use a straight razor / feel like a badass with a blade to your neck... Something with replaceable blades, like a DOVO Shavette for example.
That's actually as far down that path as I went myself simply due to time constraints and me not having an organized life to dedicate to a proper shave. Still use it from time to time though.

STRAIGHT RAZORS WITH REPLACEMENT BLADES

Just make sure you get some good blades, and a nice brush and shave soap also for an enjoyable, relaxing shave.

I'm a fan of the 'Black' Feather Double Edge blades myself.

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