#61
Move to America you'll save money. LOL
(05-12-2018, 03:24 AM)pvsampson Wrote: $430 plus delivery to Australia with current exchange rate.Add in the stand @ $369 AUD and it is over $800 Australian delivered.

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#62
(05-12-2018, 03:25 AM)rawfox1 Wrote: Move to America you'll save money. LOL
(05-12-2018, 03:24 AM)pvsampson Wrote: $430 plus delivery to Australia with current exchange rate.Add in the stand @ $369 AUD and it is over $800 Australian delivered.

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I would miss the snakes and spiders and big lizards.Livin' on the edge and all that.

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#63

Member
Des Moines, IA
No one knows how it shaves? That's a bit odd, don't you think?
Much of the value in a razor is how it performs. It would be good to hear about the performance (or lack of) for this razor.
I'm guessing the negative rhetoric has caused anyone who may have bought one to keep silent for fear of been attacked!

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#64
(05-12-2018, 04:17 AM)MaxP Wrote: No one knows how it shaves? That's a bit odd, don't you think?
Much of the value in a razor is how it performs. It would be good to hear about the performance (or lack of) for this razor.
I'm guessing the negative rhetoric has caused anyone who may have bought one to keep silent for fear of been attacked!
I've been asking the same question the Paradigm razor is $395 yes and nobody is complaining this is $325 no one has used it and everybody's complaining about the price

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#65

Member
Cyprus
The 17-4 has proven itself of being one of the greats shaving wise. It has been discontinued and replicated in another metal due to popular demand. This newcomer is expensive and I think no one wants to test the waters considering the price. I think the vendors should mail a few out to test and then when we see how it performs, then and only then, will we consider to buy. MHO
#66

expert shaver
Port Saint Lucie
(05-12-2018, 11:18 AM)kypros Wrote: The 17-4 has proven itself of being one of the greats shaving wise. It has been discontinued and replicated in another metal due to popular demand. This newcomer is expensive and I think no one wants to test the waters considering the price. I think the vendors should mail a few out to test and then when we see how it performs, then and only then, will we consider to buy. MHO

The company owners says it shaves great what more do you need Winking

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#67

Member
Des Moines, IA
(05-12-2018, 11:18 AM)kypros Wrote: The 17-4 has proven itself of being one of the greats shaving wise. It has been discontinued and replicated in another metal due to popular demand. This newcomer is expensive and I think no one wants to test the waters considering the price. I think the vendors should mail a few out to test and then when we see how it performs, then and only then, will we consider to buy. MHO

My thought exactly!

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