#1

Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
What's new for this month?  Display it here. Smile
#2
Blackland ERA Level 4 SB & Level 4 OC plate & stand
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#3

Administrator
Philadelphia, PA
while not shaving related, I picked up 1 of stirling's sweet new coffee mugs and a bag of their Colombia ground coffee...

https://www.stirlingsoap.com/collections...coffee-mug

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Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito.
#4

Administrator
Philadelphia, PA
I picked up a level 4 oc plate for my era

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Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito.
#5
The "MOAMC" - The Mother of All Mail Calls, haha. So this isn't just November, its October as well, but I finally got around to finally taking a picture of it all. 

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The razors, from left to right: 
Tatara Masamune
Rex Ambassador
Rex Konsul
Pearl Flexi
Razorock Game Changer .68
Razorock Game Changer .84
Leaf
Leaf Thorn
Gillette Slim
Gillette Fatboy
Rockwell 6C

The rest should be relatively straightforward. 

Of course there are probably about 1000 blades in my cupboard that I didn't list here, a few hundred of each of the popular types (Astra, PermaSharp, etc) and a good number of others as well. Also many Stirling samples - I really like the Stirling products overall as some of the best value in shaving. 

I'm relatively new to wet shaving but shave my face and head daily. Before all of this I was a Mach3+Cremo guy, and still use those when I travel internationally so I don't have to carry the stuff involved, but at home I enjoy the time and process involved in taking my time and enjoying the ride. 

Thanks for reading, blessings to my shaving brothers, and most importantly, look up!

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#6

expert shaver
PSL
Received today. Greencult V2 plate IV
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#7
Merkur Vision and 2 injectors, all NOS
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#8

Geezer
New Brunswick, Canada
(11-03-2022, 04:03 PM)N6GQ Wrote: The "MOAMC" - The Mother of All Mail Calls, haha. So this isn't just November, its October as well, but I finally got around to finally taking a picture of it all. 
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  Confused2  So, what kind of interest rate did you get on the second mortgage to pay for all that?

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"So I'm sorry that you're psychotic but just make an effort. Pull yourself together and take a deep breath." - Hannah Pitt (Meryl Streep), in "Angels in America"
#9

Scentsless Shaver
Oakland, ME
Arrived in this morning's mail, tryout will be tomorrow morning!

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Per the post from Heritage Collection Shaving, the remaining stock was corrected for the improper assembly, and mine turns from 6 all the way around past 6 to 1, which is a setting I will most likely never use, as I have a fear of big gaps  Cool

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- Eric 
Put your message in a modem, 
And throw it in the Cyber Sea
--Rush, "Virtuality"

Overloader of brushes, Overlander fanboy, Schickhead, and a GEM in the rough!
#10

Posting Freak
(11-03-2022, 04:03 PM)N6GQ Wrote: The "MOAMC" - The Mother of All Mail Calls, haha. So this isn't just November, its October as well, but I finally got around to finally taking a picture of it all. 

[Image: HY9Kc6n.jpg]

The razors, from left to right: 
Tatara Masamune
Rex Ambassador
Rex Konsul
Pearl Flexi
Razorock Game Changer .68
Razorock Game Changer .84
Leaf
Leaf Thorn
Gillette Slim
Gillette Fatboy
Rockwell 6C

The rest should be relatively straightforward. 

Of course there are probably about 1000 blades in my cupboard that I didn't list here, a few hundred of each of the popular types (Astra, PermaSharp, etc) and a good number of others as well. Also many Stirling samples - I really like the Stirling products overall as some of the best value in shaving. 

I'm relatively new to wet shaving but shave my face and head daily. Before all of this I was a Mach3+Cremo guy, and still use those when I travel internationally so I don't have to carry the stuff involved, but at home I enjoy the time and process involved in taking my time and enjoying the ride. 

Thanks for reading, blessings to my shaving brothers, and most importantly, look up!
Don't think we didn't notice the tub of Tabac hiding back there.  Well done  Happy2

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