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I wanted an inexpensive travel razor that I could leave at a frequent vacation spot. The Schone razor is said to be brass and made in Italy. $27 on Amazon, may be a bit cheaper elsewhere.

Tried it tonight and am more than pleasantly surprised. Excellent shave. The L&L Trismegistus was a factor for sure, but the Schone was a smooth and easy shaver. BBS was no problem. Highly recommended.

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#2

Merchant
Millbrae - CA
I have the silver model. It's one of my favorite DE razors.
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Member
Ferndale, MI
Looks exactly the same as the Fatip Grande. I wonder how the shaves compare.
- Jeff
#4

Merchant
Millbrae - CA
(12-07-2017, 01:46 PM)wyze0ne Wrote: Looks exactly the same as the Fatip Grande. I wonder how the shaves compare.

I would think the shave would be the same, It's made by Fatip for Schöne. I think one of the two has more teeth than the other.
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Vancouver, BC
(This post was last modified: 12-07-2017, 05:43 PM by celestino.)
I believe the Shone has a less number of teeth (11) which are also wider compared to the Fatip's teeth (13).
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