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#1

Member
Cyprus
(This post was last modified: 08-01-2018, 07:36 AM by andrewjs18.)
Blackland SE.

I've just seen on FB that Blackland will be coming out with a new SE razor. It does look the business and I wonder if there is any info on this one.
I'm posting the picture, but as this is not in production yet I think it might be against the forum rules. If it is please remove it.

https://www.facebook.com/blacklandrazors...20/?type=3

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#2

Member
Ferndale, MI
I don't see a picture.
- Jeff
#3

It's sharp and it cuts. I like it...
Northeast, USA
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Slim and sleek. I like it!!

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#4
Wow.

That's slick!
Shave yourself.
-Todd
#5

It's sharp and it cuts. I like it...
Northeast, USA
(07-31-2018, 02:14 PM)bakerbarber Wrote: Wow.

That's slick!

Yes, most definitely. The slickest and sleekest I've ever seen in the AC style format. My only concern may be the weight of the head itself but, if it's balanced and not too light, we might have a new contender for KOTH in the AC style razor wars....
#6

Member
Redwood City
(07-31-2018, 02:46 PM)GlazedBoker Wrote:
(07-31-2018, 02:14 PM)bakerbarber Wrote: Wow.

That's slick!

Yes, most definitely. The slickest and sleekest I've ever seen in the AC style format. My only concern may be the weight of the head itself but, if it's balanced and not too light, we might have a new contender for KOTH in the AC style razor wars....

I'm one of the lucky few that has shaved with it. The #1 problem with stainless steel or brass SE AC razors is the weight of the head. Top-heavy SE razors, without careful attention to pressure, can result in irritation. Although I've been able to get fantastic shaves with my brass general, mongoose II, and ATT SE1, I always pay close attention to pressure.

I can assure you that this razor is as light as a feather with the durability many of us enjoy from stainless steel. The resulting shave? Shaving bliss. I had the closest, most comfortable, two-pass shave the other day. It's extremely nimble and fun to use.

If you're a SE razor fan like I am, get excited. Get very excited.

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#7

It's sharp and it cuts. I like it...
Northeast, USA
(07-31-2018, 02:58 PM)drdeemanda Wrote:
(07-31-2018, 02:46 PM)GlazedBoker Wrote:
(07-31-2018, 02:14 PM)bakerbarber Wrote: Wow.

That's slick!

Yes, most definitely. The slickest and sleekest I've ever seen in the AC style format. My only concern may be the weight of the head itself but, if it's balanced and not too light, we might have a new contender for KOTH in the AC style razor wars....

I'm one of the lucky few that has shaved with it. The #1 problem with stainless steel or brass SE AC razors is the weight of the head. Top-heavy SE razors, without careful attention to pressure, can result in irritation. Although I've been able to get fantastic shaves with my brass general, mongoose II, and ATT SE1, I always pay close attention to pressure.

I can assure you that this razor is as light as a feather with the durability many of us enjoy from stainless steel. The resulting shave? Shaving bliss. I had the closest, most comfortable, two-pass shave the other day. It's extremely nimble and fun to use.

If you're a SE razor fan like I am, get excited. Get very excited.

Oh Yeah!!!!



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#8
Very cool.
#9

Merchant
San Francisco CA
It's a good one, boys. I'll have more details as things progress.

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#10

Member
Virginia, USA
(This post was last modified: 07-31-2018, 07:17 PM by HighSpeed.)
Looks like a beauty!  

Now here's a thought from out of left field:  How much slicker and sleeker it would be in Schick format - not to mention lighter.  

Just sayin ...

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