#1
Looking forward to my next shave:

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(I think I know who No.1 is!)
-Chris
#2

Member
Vancouver, BC
Very nice, Chris. I hope you enjoy your shaves with the new razor. Happy2
Celestino
Love, Laughter & Shaving  Heart
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#3
Beautiful looking razor, Chris, look forward to your comments on the shave. Enjoy it and use it in good health!
All the best,

Michael P
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#4

Member
Oslo, Norway
Looking forward to your shave report, Chris. The geometry has to have been changed in this, relative to the ss and ti. I can’t see that Matt and the others have said anything to that effect, but how else can .38 ‘work’?
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#5
(This post was last modified: 10-17-2017, 02:25 PM by Number Six.)
This really is a beautiful razor.  First shave was smooth and "medium" efficient.  It's certainly not as aggressive as the .95s that I have.  It was easy to find a good angle and the face feel was nice.  Since it takes several shaves to really understand a razor I'm going to shave with the Bronze all week. I'm also interested in how the patina will change; out of the box it has glorious golden shine.

This is a beautiful well made razor in the Timeless tradition that is well balanced and gives a smooth comfortable shave.

FYI, the stand is too tight for the Ti handle, which is the same design.
(I think I know who No.1 is!)
-Chris
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#6

Member
Peachtree City, GA
How would you compare the efficiency to the 0,68 base of ss/ti timeless?
#7
Nice! Mine should have been delivered yesterday... But thanks to the modern miracle (that they're still in business) of USPS - it's still in the ether.

(10-17-2017, 02:58 PM)DanLaw Wrote: How would you compare the efficiency to the 0,68 base of ss/ti timeless?

It falls between the .68mm scallop and open comb.
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#8

Member
Peachtree City, GA
Suspected it was comparable in aggression to 0,68ss.
Have found USPS Priority to be outstanding and replaced UPS wherever possible. Faster and less expensive
#9
(10-17-2017, 04:17 PM)DanLaw Wrote: ...Have found USPS Priority to be outstanding and replaced UPS wherever possible. Faster and less expensive

Except for that whole "we have NO IDEA where your sh*t is" part.
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#10
Chris, that is a beauty! Can’t wait to hear your impressions after you put a few miles on her.
Enjoy.


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