#1

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Canada
I'm currently saving up for a Vector, and today, I stumbled across the ATT SE1.....and while looks shouldn't be the main deal-breaker, it does look dam nice!
From what I've read and watched so far, the reviews for both razors, seem equally good.

So with that said, if there's anyone who's had the pleasure of experiencing both of them, please share your thoughts.

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#2
The Vector delivers a smoother shave. I sold my SE1 more than a year ago, but if my memory serves me right they are about the same in efficiency. Fine razors both of them but I prefer the Vector.

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#3

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Canada
(This post was last modified: 01-13-2019, 03:29 PM by Pottertons.)
(01-13-2019, 10:28 AM)The Gentleman Wrote: The Vector delivers a smoother shave. I sold my SE1 more than a year ago, but if my memory serves me right they are about the same in efficiency. Fine razors both of them but I prefer the Vector.

Thanks for the reply.
Smoother shaves are definitely a plus, but a $100 plus?
I imagine the cost comes down to materials though, with the SE1 being aluminum vs the stainless steel of the Vector.
#4
(This post was last modified: 01-13-2019, 05:47 PM by jags009.)
The SE1 I have is SS but perhaps a different grade than that of Vector or am I missing something. Can't seem to recall the right name of SS ATT with bamboo handle....


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#5
The stainless steel SE1 is sold out, they're moving it to the Windsor line. They're changing the slots to ports, and giving it a polish.

The aluminum SE1 is still available.

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#6

Merchant
San Francisco CA
Occasionally a customer will let me know that they’re buying both a razor from me and one from a competitor and returning the one they like least. Sometimes they pick mine and sometimes not, but the customer definitely walks away informed and assured that they made the right choice.

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#7

Member
Canada
The Policy of both businesses does make things more flexible.

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#8
(01-13-2019, 03:23 PM)Pottertons Wrote:
(01-13-2019, 10:28 AM)The Gentleman Wrote: The Vector delivers a smoother shave. I sold my SE1 more than a year ago, but if my memory serves me right they are about the same in efficiency. Fine razors both of them but I prefer the Vector.

Thanks for the reply.
Smoother shaves are definitely a plus, but a $100 plus?
I imagine the cost comes down to materials though, with the SE1 being aluminum vs the stainless steel of the Vector.


I had the "old" SS-version, and if I recall the price was about the same.
The Vector is lighter and not as top-heavy as the SE1.

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#9
My vote is for the vector. I owned both and sold the se1

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#10

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Redwood City
(01-14-2019, 03:11 AM)Blackland Razors Wrote: Occasionally a customer will let me know that they’re buying both a razor from me and one from a competitor and returning the one they like least. Sometimes they pick mine and sometimes not, but the customer definitely walks away informed and assured that they made the right choice.


What’s the point of telling you that they’re buying both? Sounds like a jerk thing to do.


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