#1

अनित्य
(This post was last modified: 10-04-2021, 10:30 PM by Certif.)
Господа, что вы знаете о новой бритве Человек-волк?


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Тара, - ответил ассистент Джеймса, - да, это то, над чем Джеймс сейчас работает. Это еще не готово.

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#2

Living on the edge
(This post was last modified: 09-28-2021, 05:16 PM by Tester28.)
Feeling relieved it's not a new adjustable... so I can gladly sit this release out.

Just a random observation: I tried visualising this WR3 head with all his other handles and
my feeling is that the WRH2 (pictured) would be the only one that suits it.

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#3
Ugh. Why GEM? SE blades are slimmer, vastly superior shavers, and offer more variety in products.

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#4
Any update on materials other than steel? I have been waiting (and waiting) for the re-release of the WR2 Ti.

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#5

Max Sprecher
Las Vegas, NV
A matching handle to go with the new head would have been nice. For me personally none of the existing handles remotely match or look anywhere fluid. But it's still a work in progress so we'll have to wait and see until the final and official release.

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"Simple: not to be confused with easy."
#6
I wouldn’t be surprised to see some new handles when the website is back… At one time there were WRH4-WRH6 handles, so not a quantum leap to move in that direction.

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#7
(This post was last modified: 09-28-2021, 06:35 PM by LOOT.)
(09-28-2021, 05:22 PM)cornbread Wrote: Ugh. Why GEM? SE blades are slimmer, vastly superior shavers, and offer more variety in products.
I'm confused. "Ugh. Why GEM?"...seems like a dismissal. The the next sentence reads positive. Seems contradictory.

Unless...ugh means "why must I explain this to you DE Neanderthals?". Then it makes sense.

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#8
(09-28-2021, 05:56 PM)LOOT Wrote:
(09-28-2021, 05:22 PM)cornbread Wrote: Ugh. Why GEM?  SE blades are slimmer, vastly superior shavers,  and offer more variety in products.
I'm confused. "Ugh. Why GEM?"...seems like a dismissal. The the next sentence reads positive. Seems contradictory.

Unless...ugh means "why must I explain this to you DE Neanderthals?". Then it makes sense.

Although GEMs have a single edge, they are not grouped with SE razors which take standard SE blades. I believe cornbread was referring to a razor that takes a standard SE blade; for example, the Blackland Vector.

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#9
(09-28-2021, 05:56 PM)LOOT Wrote:
(09-28-2021, 05:22 PM)cornbread Wrote: Ugh. Why GEM? SE blades are slimmer, vastly superior shavers, and offer more variety in products.
I'm confused. "Ugh. Why GEM?"...seems like a dismissal. The the next sentence reads positive. Seems contradictory.

Unless...ugh means "why must I explain this to you DE Neanderthals?". Then it makes sense.
Kudos James, you were the first member that accurately predicted the forthcoming GEM based WR3 Wolfman… Well done Sir!
#10
(This post was last modified: 09-28-2021, 06:20 PM by Fedsbackhand.)
GEM and Artist Club blades are quite different

I like them both actually, possibly above DEs

Just started a thread in the SE forum for the new/test razor

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