#1
(This post was last modified: 08-13-2020, 04:53 PM by Stephanos1920. Edited 3 times in total.)
Soon to be released in Greece.
A quite aggressive razor ,in the R41 league ,but way smoother.
CNC machined ,but I’m not sure if it is plated bronze or stainless steel.Comes with a luxurious wooden case.


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#2
Looks kind of like a Fatip, at least the head does. The combs look pretty sharp to me.

I'm of the belief that the more the safety bar or combs are rounded, the more comfortable a shave a DE razor provides. I'm surprised at how many razor manufacturers are not tuned in to this at all.

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very nice, very nice, very nice, very nice.....maybe in the next world
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(08-13-2020, 04:59 PM)kingfisher Wrote: Looks kind of like a Fatip, at least the head does.  The combs look pretty sharp to me. 

I'm of the belief that the more the safety bar or combs are rounded, the more comfortable a shave a DE razor provides.  I'm surprised at how many razor manufacturers are not tuned in to this at all.
I totally agree.
I ‘ve already mentioned the same thing to
the designer of the Lambda .
Actually,that is the main reason for me avoiding the use of open combs .
Many of them are quite pointy and /or sharp.Always had problems with OCs regarding 
razor gliding .Probably due to my thin skin.

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#4
Interesting !

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#5
(This post was last modified: 08-13-2020, 05:34 PM by Stephanos1920. Edited 2 times in total.)
Some more pics I’ve managed to source.
They show the very first prototype that
the designer had offered for testing .
CNC machined from bronze billet.

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And some geometry comparisons...

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And the outer of the wooden case,with the possible logo .
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expert shaver
Port Saint Lucie
It appears one was sold on Etsy for $184 and the owner promised he would start selling them in February but I guess because of the Coronavirus all bets were off.

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#7

Member
USA
this razor looks very elegant.

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Forgive my English.

Respectfully, Sergey.
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(08-13-2020, 06:08 PM)Gopneg Wrote: this razor looks very elegant.
Yes,indeed it does look very elegant.
I think the design was inspired by the
ancient greek doric order.

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#9
I like the looks of it. Similar to the SS Mr. Fine razor that was recently released, but this one looks better made.

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#10

Member
Florida
Very pretty razor! I just hope it's more efficient than the fatip.


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