Discussion in 'Vendor's Corner' started by Jayaruh, Apr 8, 2016.
I've noticed on various places head shavers do prefer lighter razors.
The top of the gord needs a very light touch. A light razor or a long heavy handle to ballance out the head.
A scrap on top can cause a rather rough day.
Hmmm, maybe a 3-D printed metal version. Bored and just thinking stuff.
I have Jayaruh brushes for adoption, but for one time only, I have one last TNNSER 3D razor.
Edit: the TNNSER has a new home, but you can still adopt a brush.
For CONUS, you can have the TNNSER for $35. The one time offer is that you can add a brush from the adoption page for just $25 more. So for $60 you can own the best modern SE razor ever and adopt a Jayaruh brush.
I was approached about another buy over across the street. I said I would do one if I got a minimum of 5 orders. I got the minimum. The razors will be in black. I have extended the sign up through Friday noon. If you would like to get your own TNNSER head over across the street and sign up. I am limiting the sign up to 10, so the sign up will end at noon or whenever I get 10 razors ordered. They are $35 for the first and $30 for the second, CONUS. If you are International add $10.
So tempting, but have to pass.
Just had to get one!
There is now a group buy across the street, for TNNSERs made from transparent resin.
A bit more expensive than normal plastic. About $50 shipped to the US.
I'm afraid that's what it costs to get them made.
I already have 2, a black one and a green one.
They are really nice on the face and gord.
Tempting, but will have to wait this one out.
Did the black Tinser group buy happen? Just curious, I'm going to pass on the black & clear.
This is Jayaruh 378. If you would like to adopt let me know which knot you prefer. $45 for the two-band badger or $35 for the synthetic horse. This is the same brush handle but showing both sides. Made of Patagonian Rosewood.
Two-band badger: $45
Synthetic horse: $35
Also, you can check out my adoption page as well.
If you adopt a Jayaruh Brush, I will include some free soap. This will be good through February. Take a look at the brushes up for adoption. Pick your brush and mention Free Soap.
It started taking off two weeks worth of growth for me before I realized what was going on.
Been thinking about it for a couple hours. The thing I had to wrap my mind around is the combo of such a smooth, efficient shave with the extremely mild feel. The lack of weight figures in there too but I wasn't expecting it to perform this well. Glad it does, though.
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