Discussion in 'Safety Razors' started by Hodge, Feb 19, 2016.
In that case Jeremy keep the BV3 for extra time so you have at least 7 shaves. No hurry IMO.
Great idea. Get to know it some
Check the razor. Sounds like you might have just "knocked" the old out and the new in. Found it requires a little torquing of the hand to align it right and easy breezy after that.
I found the Notso perfect for me. The mild too mild and the wild too wild.....YMMV
Yeah, please keep it as long as you like......unless Douglas starts showing withdrawl symptoms.....
So in keeping with Tom's request, I decided to show the Bunny around the island, give some Maritime hospitality! And take a photo of course.
What is a trip to Prince Edward Island without seeing the beach? Not one of our nicest sandy beaches but a five minute walk to my home and you get to see the red cliffs were known for.
And I showed him Province House, the birthplace of Canada.
I'll take him home now, he has to be up early tomorrow with Tabac and Geo F Trumper!
Great shots. Hope you enjoy the shaves. Who knows, maybe you become a convert
Are you going to be selling them if the feedback is good?
I am going to try most likely. They will be small quantities to start if I do. Pretty labor intensive to make and assemble.
Cool photo's. Thanks for sharing your part of Canada.
Great pictures Spud.
I tried the mild plate this morning. I felt much more comfortable with the Bunny second time around. The shave was much smoother.
Way to go Spud. You'll love it.
Good news. Also love the Tabac, great soap.
So I was thinking, since I can really only shave every second day, if everyone is okay with it, I'll keep the Bunny until next Saturday. That gives me six shaves and I will have tried each plate twice. Then it's off to @Douglas Carey.
Sometimes on the days I don't shave, such as today, I can really tell how the previous shave went by how my face looks. This morning I has no redness or bumps on my neck and my skin has a smoothness to it that tells me the shave was very good. @twhite you might be on to something.
As an aside, the Schick injector mechanism was empty, so I replaced it. I'll likely use one blade, leaving six to go with the Bunny. Small price to pay for such an opportunity to try it.
That sounds good to me Jeremey. Enjoy your week.
Thanks Doug. I'm glad I gave it a shot, it's a fun little razor.
That's great Jeremy, I'm glad the Bunny agrees with you and I'm hoping you're having fun.
@Spud : i did leave a couple more blades in a plastic bag under the foam. Those are blades from the 70's but are brand new and shaves really smooth
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