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#1
So a couple months ago I only had a muhle r89 and an ATT S1 and now look what I have. I also have a Blackbird on the way. Point is, this is getting ridiculous and I really should cut back and go minimalistic. My soap and aftershave collection is growing fast and at least those are cheap. I can't justify all these razors. Also, I'd like to buy more watches (Junghans).

So, what would you keep?

-Razorock Baby Smooth
-Weber PH on Weber Bulldog
-Above The Tie S1 Slant
-Feather AS-D2
-Razorock Wunderbar
-Wolfman SB (normal gap) on WRH2
-Wolfman OC (normal gap) on WRH7
-Tradere OC on UFO Goliath
-Blackbird (pre-ordered, not in picture)

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#2
(09-27-2016, 07:16 AM)Murrellington Wrote: Point is, this is getting ridiculous and I really should cut back and go minimalistic.
Why?
Have a nice day!
 Richard
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#3

Merchant
Columbus, OH
I'd never heard of Junghans so I checked them out and now I understand why you want to free up some cash. Those are stunning!
#4
(09-27-2016, 01:26 PM)efsk Wrote:
(09-27-2016, 07:16 AM)Murrellington Wrote: Point is, this is getting ridiculous and I really should cut back and go minimalistic.
Why?

Because it's a lot of money for just shaving razors. Many can justify it but I can't right now at least. I just got carried away from the beautiful craftsmanship.

(09-27-2016, 02:22 PM)Blackland Razors Wrote: I'd never heard of Junghans so I checked them out and now I understand why you want to free up some cash. Those are stunning!

Yeah and I can't decide which one to aim for Sad
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#5
I know what you should NOT KEEP:That beautiful tradere.

I can take care of that one for you.... Heck I'll even pay shipping....
-Spencer
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#6
Real answer :

I'd keep one of the wolfmans (I don't think the open comb is that much more effecent) and the tradere since they are unicorns... If you can swing it I'd keep the blackbird too.
-Spencer
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#7

DE FACTO = DE
Ohio
Keep the ones that shave the best for you.
Shave yourself.
-Todd
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#8

Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
Do some give you noticeably better shaves than others?  Do any have sentimental value, for whatever reason?  If all give you equally satisfying shaves, are some more valuable than others or will they keep their value better than others?  How many do you want to give up?  If selling or trading the excess, what is the minimum amount you would take in a sale or trade?  How badly do you truly want to minimize the den?

Answer all of these questions as honestly as you can and you will have answered your own question.  We can give suggestions for you to mull over but, in the end, it all comes down to you.  Good luck with whatever you decide. Happy2
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#9
Keep the ones that give you the best trouble free shave. That's what its all about. If you are not a collector then I am assuming that you tried all of these razors to figure out which were the most comfortable. The quest for the 'perfect shave' can be fun, but if the razors don't give a great shave, move them along to new homes.
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#10
Wolfman you like best.

Wunderbar.


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