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#1
(This post was last modified: 01-06-2016, 04:07 AM by darkbulb.)
I'm normally pretty excited when I see a new razor being potentially brought to market but for some reason I can't really drum up any level of excitement here. But hey, to each his own so check it out!

with a video that explains and show off the razor/brush set rather well


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#2
They look pretty nice but I wouldn't buy one. Triad actually made an AR-15 handle that looked much better. Still, those are attractive and I'm sure plenty of people would buy them. They look too slippery to me though, and unbalanced weight wise possibly.
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Chazz Reinhold HOF
(This post was last modified: 01-06-2016, 04:17 AM by hrfdez.)
After my experience with a different Kickstarter I will never invest on those experiments again.
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(01-06-2016, 04:10 AM)Hobbyist Wrote: They look pretty nice but I wouldn't buy one. Triad actually made an AR-15 handle that looked much better. Still, those are attractive and I'm sure plenty of people would buy them. They look too slippery to me though, and unbalanced weight wise possibly.

I agree on the issue with balance.
I'm surprised though that they can offer the razor at $60, made in aluminum in the US. The manufacturing of that head is not completely straight forward. It almost makes me think it's a zamak head...but as they said otherwise I guess I'm wrong Smile
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#5
Ah, just received this reply from them on Twitter in regards to the heads:
"The handles and stand are made here in Oklahoma. The head is not, it is a Zinc Alloy with Chrome plating."
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#6

Administrator
Philadelphia, PA
pretty ugly handle, IMHO.
Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito.
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#7

Member
Bromley, Kent, U.K.
(This post was last modified: 01-06-2016, 09:24 AM by rogue13.)
It won't fit in my shave cupboard as its too tall when put together as most of the time that's where it will be. They didn't mention about the head and how it shaves. I get the theme & style of the razor but there is nothing special about it that gives it a wow factor to me. Poor pitch sale I thought as well, as any razor can be used outdoor. P.S. Synthetic brushes are best for travelling & outdoor, as I find they dry out quicker.

L.Clint
L.Clint from U.K.
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#8

Member
Austin, TX
Always happy to see a new player in the space but not a design that appeals to me personally.
Kevin
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#9

Super Moderator
(01-06-2016, 04:18 AM)darkbulb Wrote:
(01-06-2016, 04:10 AM)Hobbyist Wrote: They look pretty nice but I wouldn't buy one. Triad actually made an AR-15 handle that looked much better. Still, those are attractive and I'm sure plenty of people would buy them. They look too slippery to me though, and unbalanced weight wise possibly.

I agree on the issue with balance.
I'm surprised though that they can offer the razor at $60, made in aluminum in the US. The manufacturing of that head is not completely straight forward. It almost makes me think it's a zamak head...but as they said otherwise I guess I'm wrong Smile

It looks like a EJ/Muhle DE89 head - thats probably how they can keep the price low.
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(This post was last modified: 01-06-2016, 03:54 PM by brucered.)
Just like all the other Proto razors in the works, I'll pass.
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