#1

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Oregon, USA
(This post was last modified: 02-06-2019, 02:29 PM by glassmtn.)
I have a very hard time trying to safely load a blade on to the RR Mamba, or any Razorock razor with the pins on the base plate.  This is the only type of razor that I have had any problems loading the blade.   I load the blade on to the pins and then load the cap on to the base plate as suggested by RR.  It seems that I come close to cutting myself each and every time.  I never load it easily.  Do others struggle with this?  Is there a trick to it?  Help!

eric we
#2
I have the Game Changer and initially wasn't thrilled with the way it loaded either. Many times, I felt like it wasn't aligning properly and would come off the pins too easily. Then I started simply loading the blade on the top cap like I would with most other razors. I haven't had the alignment issue like I did loading it on the base. I'm sure it's not the best solution, but it worked for me. Hope this helps

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#3

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Oregon, USA
(02-05-2019, 08:24 PM)HoosierShave Wrote: I have the Game Changer and initially wasn't thrilled with the way it loaded either. Many times, I felt like it wasn't aligning properly and would come off the pins too easily. Then I started simply loading the blade on the top cap like I would with most other razors. I haven't had the alignment issue like I did loading it on the base. I'm sure it's not the best solution, but it worked for me. Hope this helps

Thanks for the advice. I have been thinking of doing that but hadn't given up on the suggested way yet.

eric.
#4

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Oregon, USA
This afternoon I loaded the blade by first inserting it into the top cap, and then fitting the baseplate into the top cap. I loaded much easier than the suggested method by Razorock. Thanks for the recommendation.

eric.

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