#1

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(This post was last modified: 05-23-2024, 09:09 PM by draebeard. Edited 2 times in total. Edit Reason: Sold )
OneBlade Hybrid - Black, Used twice.  Won't work with Gem blades, so I'm not going to keep it.  
$50 + $5 shipping.  More pictures on request.  Please PM me if interested.  Thank you.

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#2

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Seattle, WA (USA)
Bump.

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#3

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Seattle, WA (USA)
2nd bump.

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#4
(This post was last modified: 05-18-2024, 12:44 AM by Tedolph. Edited 1 time in total.)
If you get the Feather Carbon steel blades you can strop and hone them.

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3rd bump.
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We could have told you that it would not work with GEM spined blades if you would asked us. OTOH, it is possible to easily de-spine GEM blades and then they will work.

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(This post was last modified: 05-21-2024, 10:48 PM by draebeard. Edited 1 time in total.)
(05-21-2024, 10:20 PM)Tedolph Wrote: We could have told you that it would not work with GEM spined blades if you would asked us.  OTOH, it is possible to easily de-spine GEM blades and then they will work.

Tedolph I'm not an idiot.  And no, de-spined Gem blades will not work in this razor.  They only work in the first generation OneBlades.  Subie Shaves on YouTube said they could be hacked, so I tried his method, but it did not work as claimed.  It bowed the blade, making it ineffective.  No matter.  I could not get one good shave out of a Feather FHS-10 blade.  This is not a razor or blade for coarse beards.
#8
Easy Draebeard-no one is calling you an idiot. I have one of the early ones and I have used a de-spined GEM blade (I like Feathers better). It is easy to get the spine off if you squeeze the rear end with a needle nose pliers-it pops right off. So, it was reasonable for me to make that suggestion. Thanks for correcting me with your personal experience.

I have a tough beard and it works OK for me. I just prefer a single edge where I can control the angle, but it is a good razor if you need a quick shave.

As I said, no offense was intended or implied. Can we be friends?
#9

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No problem.


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