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(03-10-2016, 03:00 PM)steeleshaves Wrote: 1. Wolfman (Don't own)
2. ATT (Own)
3. Gillette Fatboy (own Several)
4. Ikon Shavecraft Tech (own)
5. Mongoose (own)

I think you will enjoy the Wolfman very much when you get one. On the Ikon SC Tech, MAAAAN was that a rough shaver for me. The fact that I found it very coarse & rough, while you like it, proves this isn't a one size fits all hobbySmile


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#12

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1. OneBlade (own)
2. British Aristocrat
3. Delta Echo Fatboy (own)
3. Wolfman
4. ATT
#13

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TAMPA
(This post was last modified: 03-10-2016, 04:07 PM by beisler.)
1- Oneblade
2- Mongoose
3- OCMM
4- Cobra Classic
5- Sledgehammer
own them all
BARRY--- BBS OR BUST---- Modern Razors Only
#14
1. OneBlade (own)
2. Zafirro Iridium Sapphire
3. Wolfman
4. Feather AS--D2
5. Feather MR3 Neo (own - travel razor)
#15
(03-10-2016, 03:15 PM)TSEvangelist Wrote:
(03-10-2016, 03:00 PM)steeleshaves Wrote: 1.  Wolfman (Don't own)
2.  ATT (Own)
3.  Gillette Fatboy (own Several)
4.  Ikon Shavecraft Tech (own)
5.  Mongoose (own)

I think you will enjoy the Wolfman very much when you get one.   On the Ikon SC Tech, MAAAAN was that a rough shaver for me.  The fact that I found it very coarse & rough, while you like it, proves this isn't a one size fits all hobbySmile


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It's by no means my daily driver, it's too much of an aggressive beast, but I do use it about once a week and find that it gives me a great shave... however, I have found that if I use it more than two days in a row the third day I can't shave with it, too aggressive and leaves my face feeling raw. However, it does provide for one great shave one day a week.... Smile You are correct though, its an aggressive sucker!!

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#16

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(03-10-2016, 03:42 PM)steeleshaves Wrote:
(03-10-2016, 03:15 PM)TSEvangelist Wrote:
(03-10-2016, 03:00 PM)steeleshaves Wrote: 1.  Wolfman (Don't own)
2.  ATT (Own)
3.  Gillette Fatboy (own Several)
4.  Ikon Shavecraft Tech (own)
5.  Mongoose (own)

I think you will enjoy the Wolfman very much when you get one.   On the Ikon SC Tech, MAAAAN was that a rough shaver for me.  The fact that I found it very coarse & rough, while you like it, proves this isn't a one size fits all hobbySmile


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It's by no means my daily driver, it's too much of an aggressive beast, but I do use it about once a week and find that it gives me a great shave... however, I have found that if I use it more than two days in a row the third day I can't shave with it, too aggressive and leaves my face feeling raw. However, it does provide for one great shave one day a week.... Smile You are correct though, its an aggressive sucker!!
Ok, that confirms my feelings on it as wellSmile


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(03-10-2016, 02:19 PM)TSEvangelist Wrote:
(03-10-2016, 02:17 PM)SharpSpine Wrote:
  1. OneBlade
  2. Mongoose
  3. AlumiGoose
  4. King Cobra
  5. Cobra Classic

Oh no, the Clogpruf has fallen from graceSmile

Had to have been a marketing genius that came up with "Clogpruf" Smile

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#18
1. Feather AS-D2
2. Edwin Jagger DE89
3. iKon 101

I only have a top 3. Eevery other razor I tried was rough on my neck so I sold them. I also sold the 101 because I only use the safety bar side.
#19
Wolfman SB
BBS 1
ATT R1
Pils
Mongoose

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#20
(This post was last modified: 03-11-2016, 01:08 AM by celestino.)
I would have to choose these two, which are in my possession.

1. Weber DLC
2. Wolfman WR1-SB with a reduced gap of .41mm



If we were talking about possessing razors just to admire and use on occasion, then I would have quite a few custom straights. Big Grin

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