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(This post was last modified: 03-19-2018, 10:46 PM by mr. smith.)
I am selling my Hone Type 15 Brass safety razor; I am the second owner and have used it around 6 times (it was used 2 times by the previous owner). I dropped the handle after my second shave (in the photos, you can see a tiny dent where the handle meets the solid bar but it's only cosmetic and does not affect the shave or how it tightens down on the blade. I have cleaned and soaked the razor in barbicide. I have also shined it up to look as if it came directly from the vendor. This razor sells for $200 from the Hone website.

I am asking for $135 now $120; this price includes CONUS shipping, no trades.  Please PM for further questions and interest.

Thank you

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- Josh
#2
Price drop.
- Josh
#3

Rhinehoth
Sydney, Australia.
I am interested in this razor if you’re willing to ship overseas. If so, How much would shipping be to Oz?
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(02-18-2018, 02:09 PM)Rhinehoth Wrote: I am interested in this razor if you’re willing to ship overseas. If so, How much would shipping be to Oz?

PM sent
- Josh
#5
Still available.
- Josh
#6
Final price drop; these are selling for close to $200 on the Hone website.
- Josh
#7

DE/SE master
Dfw, Texas
How does this compare to the Merkur Futur. I've seen the type 15 before in another thread. Looks like an all brass Futur without being adjustable.
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I've never used a Futur so I can't compare the two but the Hone does look similar in that it is kinda large at the top. The razor blade is completely covered when assembled and it does take some work near the mustache area due to the size and weight. I hope that helps.
- Josh
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#9
The Hone weighs exactly twice as much as my Futur clone, and about 62g more than the real Futur.

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