#1

Member
Barlest , Lourdes France
I am looking for a dual comb razor . I seen the Charcoal goods razor but the stock is empty for the moment and hard to find one .
My question there is another model of DC comb razor  exist ? And if what they are ?
Thank you for enlight me to  tell me  the model , site etc...and your thoughts . Shy (sorry for my approximative English)
#2

Posting Freak
Peachtree City, GA
DC razors are available from many sources. What specifically are you seeking in material, shave characteristics and price point??

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#3

Member
Barlest , Lourdes France
Usually one pass with an open comb in the sens of the grain and after a second pass with an SB plate against the grain.
I prefer razor "mild aggressive" because my skin is very sensitive and i prefer to doing quickly with efficiency . 
That's why it seem to me a good idea for having a dual comb for more simplicity and not changing the plate after my first pass.
And for the price i can invest in a razor the just price if he deserve that but fairly.
#4

Posting Freak
Peachtree City, GA
My take is go H&S Ti

Here are some reviews:

https://damnfineshave.com/thread-h-s-p07...nt-comfort

Another recommendation is go Wolfman WR1 0,61 or 0,67 BUT 100% pay for High Polish or High Brushed as standard is just disappointing

Here is a discussion:

https://damnfineshave.com/thread-wolfman...ice-please

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#5

Geezer
New Brunswick, Canada
(11-02-2020, 05:57 PM)Olive Wrote: I am looking for a dual comb razor .
What are you calling a dual comb razor?
Is it an open comb on one edge and a solid guard bar on the other edge?

Fendrihan has used to have one, the "Full Stainless" model. The "Mk I" head was a combo, but the current Mk II is guard bars only.

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(The top of the cap and base plate are polished. Underside shows slightly pebbly finish from metal injection molding process.)

Generally, I'm finding it too aggressive now that I'm leaning towards mild/medium razors, but I'll use it once in a while.

It also has a bit of a design flaw in the fillet where the threaded post is attached to the cap. It's a bit too wide for the centre hole in a blade, and when you torque it down it actually bends the edges of the hole down a tiny bit.
It is not noticeable unless you use a blade many times and flip it over between shaves. Then, because it's bending back and forth, it cracks the blade.

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The handle is a bit on the long and heavy side for me, but it certainly is the grippiest I've ever used.

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#6

Member
Barlest , Lourdes France
sorry if you misunderstood me.
Yes i talk about one side OC and other side SB.
The only one i seen was the charcoal , that's why i ask if he exist another razor like that , because its hard to find the Charcoal.
That's why i ask here because you have more knowledge than me .I like the Wolfman but not sure i will spend at this price. I can spend withreason (i have a karve , tatara nodachi) but the wolfman is very higher ! Smile
Thanks Dan Law , too for your advices.
#7

Posting Freak
Peachtree City, GA
Nodachi is outstanding razor but unavailable in DC and even were it, the OC teeth are a rough profile - too bad that.  The 17-4 metal H&S is also quite good but clocks in at US$450.

Here are some reviews:

https://damnfineshave.com/thread-haircut...-craftsman

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#8

Member
New Jersey
Timeless Razor  offers a dual head.

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#9

Member
Barlest , Lourdes France
Ok i didn't see that when i come in the site of timeless
#10

Posting Freak
Peachtree City, GA
Love Timeless and the guys there but be aware it has a very thick head assembly that makes it very difficult to shave around nose and ears

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