#1

Member
Gatineau, QC, Canada
(This post was last modified: 11-02-2020, 11:06 AM by AlanH81. Edit Reason: Sold )
Ok This is my Karve Brass Razor with Gladius Handle  Design 3.25” - Mirror Polished in my workshop.

Comes with Plates AA, A, B.

Karve Brass Stand.

Karve Kodiak Leather Sleeve. 

And lastly comes with Original packaging as it was ship to me originally by Karve.

I tried this razor once and I prefer to have Stainless Steel Razor or Titanium. 

This was my collection and decided to part as I want to get Timeless Titanium Razor which is a better choice for me and something that I wanted.

I was asking $250 Now only $225 CAD Shipped I’ll pay shipping to USA or Canada or Trade for Timeless Titanium with reasonable difference to pay and costs to all respect as I like to be fair

Please note I’m not asking anything extra as I spend time to polish this razor most of my time.

Razor is cleaned and ready for a Good Home.


Thank you 

Alan H


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#2
Beautiful!

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#3

Member
Gatineau, QC, Canada
I don’t want to let it go but for my face brass we don’t get a long and hope to find good home for it as I take exceptional care my stuff..

Thank you 

Alan H
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#4

Member
Southern US
Serious question. Can someone explain how it’s possible for one’s face not to get along with a particular metal? Is it some allergy issue with brass? I’ve never heard of this before...having a hard time wrapping my brain around it.

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Williamsburg, KY
(This post was last modified: 10-26-2020, 02:25 AM by Dave in KY.)
(10-26-2020, 02:21 AM)Whisk-her Away Wrote: Serious question. Can someone explain how it’s possible for one’s face not to get along with a particular metal? Is it some allergy issue with brass? I’ve never heard of this before...having a hard time wrapping my brain around it.

I have no scientific knowledge but have heard others having a reaction from brass. I can only assume it's possible to have an allergy.

Just found this.....
Symptoms
According to the Mayo Clinic, some of the symptoms you may see from a metal allergy are:
Rash or bumps on the skin.
Itching, which may be severe.
Redness or changes in skin color.
Dry patches of skin that may resemble a burn.
Blisters and draining fluid in severe cases.

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#6

Member
Gatineau, QC, Canada
I do have allergies and tent to get reaction actually.

Hope you understand 

Alan H
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#7

Member
Gatineau, QC, Canada
I do have allergies actually 

Alan H
"Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value."

  - Albert Einstein
#8

Member
Gatineau, QC, Canada
Tend to get itching and red patches with stainless and titanium no issues that’s the thing unfortunately 

Alan H
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  - Albert Einstein
#9

Member
Virginia
If it counts for anything I am allergic to nickel and rubber.

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#10

Member
Gatineau, QC, Canada

BRASS
(Copper & Zinc Alloy)

If you're allergic to either of these, cheaper plated jewelry isn't going to work well for you. In time, the plating wears off and the brass will react with your sensitive skin. It's better just to invest in pure metals.


And this is why I use stainless and titanium 

Alan H

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