#1

Member
Woodstock, VT
Available NOW at Italian Barber. One of the finest DE's on the market regardless of price.
#2

expert shaver
Port Saint Lucie
According to Joe these are the last batch of the aluminum Baby Smooth razors.
#3
(08-21-2015, 06:43 PM)slantman Wrote: According to Joe these are the last batch of the aluminum Baby Smooth razors.

Snagged one.
#4

Gourmet Shaver
Pacific Grove CA
I shaved with mine just this morning. It's a really superb razor: extremely comfortable, very reluctant to nick (I don't think I've had a nick from it yet), and highly efficient, effortlessly producing a BBS result. I feel lucky that I bought one when they first came out.
#5
(08-22-2015, 09:39 PM)Leisureguy Wrote: I feel lucky that I bought one when they first came out.

Me too. My two go-to razors are the Baby Smooth and Stealth V1

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#6

Member
Woodstock, VT
I (luckily) picked up another as I loaned my original to my brother two months ago and he still has it. Yes, more money but God I love them. If it's any indication he bought a Wolfman early on and actually prefers the shave of the BS. These are CNC'd from a block of aluminum and feel very rigid, a good thing. If one is careful/gentle with the threading these razors should hold up over the long haul. There's just something about the aluminum Stealths and BS that grabs me. Now onto this lightweight SS Stealth we hear rumors of!
#7
(08-23-2015, 08:47 AM)vtmax Wrote: There's just something about the aluminum Stealths and BS that grabs me. Now onto this lightweight SS Stealth we hear rumors of!

Me too. I'm very intrigued over the sounds of it.

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#8

Gourmet Shaver
Pacific Grove CA
That's something I also notice when using the Baby Smooth: how absolutely rigid it feels in your hand. I get the sensation that its rigidity improves its effectiveness. I don't quite understand why that razor feels so rigid---surely all razors are rigid---perhaps it's the light weight (which is no problem when shaving) that highlights the rigidity.


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