#1
Ooohhh cant wait!
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#2
Congratulations and those are great handles, for the price. Happy2
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#3
Thanks, looking forward to the first shave with this thing!

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#4
(This post was last modified: 04-11-2016, 11:09 AM by BPman.)
You neglected to say what it is.

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#5
That looks great, we will look forward to more photos!
Oli AKA Windsor Citrus
Surrey, UK.
#6

expert shaver
Port Saint Lucie
Beautiful use it well.
#7

Member
Austin, TX
Agreed! I've heard good things about the Mastiff but have never tried. Look forward to your thoughts when you receive that beauty.
Kevin
#8
Bpman its the Matador Toro Mastiff.
Yeah ill definitely post my review when get it in.

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#9
Well i have used it for a week and it is an aggressive razor very well made like a tank, nice and heavy. If I had to list any cons about this razor it would be one thing, while it is pretty aggressive I wish it would be a little less aggressive and a little more efficient. If your not careful against the grain it will grab and keep digging. I like aggressive razors but I also like smooth efficient ones as well. This one leans more on the aggressive side than smooth and efficient. All in all a very nice razor for the price and if you like aggressive razors this one fits the bill.

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#10
Hey it didn't cost an arm and a leg so I'm sure it was $30 well spent.


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