Injector & SE Party !!!

Discussion in 'Safety Razors' started by Bird Lives, Apr 28, 2011.

  1. Jrdelgado

    Jrdelgado Well-Known Member

    Ever Ready made in England
    Ever Ready brush restored by @Enrico
    Gem blade
    Chiseled face Ghost town Barber


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  2. brit

    brit in a box

    awesome shave JD..
     
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  3. Jrdelgado

    Jrdelgado Well-Known Member

    Thank you Gary! 2 passes.
     
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  4. brit

    brit in a box

    very cool..i had the same brit set .i passed it along..brit 1912 i believe..made in the 30s..
     
  5. Jrdelgado

    Jrdelgado Well-Known Member

    It was a pleasure to use today. Thank you.
     
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  6. Jayaruh

    Jayaruh The Cackalacky House Pet

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    Lather Catcher Sunday's Shave
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    Cold Water Rinse
    Vintage Life's Morning TOST
    Oscar11 synthetic
    1907 Gem Jr. Lather Catcher
    Vintage GEM Cutlery
    CWS
    PSC Caffeinated After Shave Balm

    The Vintage Life's Morning TOST Shave Soap face-lathered well with the Oscar11 synthetic brush. Two passes and touch ups with the 1907 Gem Jr. Lather Catcher with a Vintage GEM Cutlery SE blade gave me a close, comfortable shave. After a cold water rinse I finished off with PSC Caffeinated After Shave Balm. I am clean, smooth, and refreshed...
     
  7. Boojum1

    Boojum1 Valet Parking Available Here

    February 16, 2020

    OneBlade Genesis V1
    Feather FHS
    Elite Razor Buckeye Burl Two Band
    Savonniere du Moulin
    Barrister and Mann Reserve Cool
    Brooks Brothers Blue

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  8. Ron R

    Ron R Well-Known Member

    Sunday shave,Feb 16th 2020- I like to use my Pal Injecto-matic every once in a while, two many injectors and not enough days. The Pal company spent well over 1 million dollars to develop this razor in the 1950's and they did a nice job for a injector IMO.
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    Razor : Pal injecto-matic razor- MFG 1952>
    Blade: Schick injector
    Soap: Barrister and Mann Seville
    Brush : Yaqi timberwolf 24 mm synthetic
    Pre-shave: Brush wash my face with CeraVe hand bar soap + a dollop of clear Aloe vera gel on beard area.
    Prep: cold water rinse after each pass of 3.
    Post shave: Razorock American barber with witch Hazel + Nivea Men balm.
    Results: CCS,DFS,BBS + no irritation+1 small blemish weeper= [​IMG]

    Sunday shave Feb 16th 2020 (2).jpg

    Have some great shaves!
     
    Last edited: Feb 16, 2020
  9. BBS

    BBS Well-Known Member

    Schick J4v2, Schick Proline B-20, shave 6
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    If we go by Appleby's designations this razor is the second of 3 J4 variants. This particular one was only produced for a few months in 1958 and is characterized by the fact Eversharp dropped the hydro-magic branding from the razor stamp and labeled it an Eversharp Schick.

    The shave is mid level not overly aggressive but efficient. This razor shaves the same as the Type I and J hydro-magics with the short hydro-magic lever as seen in the picture made between 1954 - 1958. The later J4 '500' razors with the longer hydro-magic levers made from around Sept. of 1958 through 1959 before they switched the branding on these to the Golden '500' are the beard buster more aggressive versions.
     
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  10. 120inna55

    120inna55 Well-Known Member

    Chiseled Face Groomatorium | Sherlock
    Kent V8
    Durham-Enders | Enders Speed Shaver | Schick Proline B-20
    Orto Parisi | Viride


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  11. brit

    brit in a box

    awesome pic Matt..:)
     
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  12. 120inna55

    120inna55 Well-Known Member

    Thank you, sir.
     
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  13. PLAla

    PLAla Bit Shy of a Full Puck

    SOTD February 17, 2020

    Prep: Cold water and PAA Cube pre-shave soap
    Blade: Schick Proline
    Razor: RazoRock Black Hawk
    Brush: Stirling Kong synthetic
    Soap: Stirling Dirty South Shavers
    Post: Witch hazel, Speick aftershave

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  14. GAW9576

    GAW9576 Well-Known Member

    That's a beautiful razor. I hope to find one like that with the black handle some day.
     
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  15. GAW9576

    GAW9576 Well-Known Member

    Fantastic picture. That Enders looks spectacular, especially with the light showing off the translucency of the handle.
     
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  16. Ron R

    Ron R Well-Known Member

    The black handle ones are made in England and some fellows like them better because they are a little more aggressive. You might have to go to Ebay England to find it. I bought my E.R. Streamline from Ebay England or UK as some prefer to say.
     
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  17. GAW9576

    GAW9576 Well-Known Member

    Figures I always seem to like the harder to find items. The white and gold actually looks quite stunning on yours. But they probably aren't exactly falling from the trees like ripe pears either. I definitely like the longer handles either way.
     
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  18. MPF9

    MPF9 Well-Known Member

    Mon 17th Feb

    Jayaruh Syn. No67
    Vitos Super Red
    Schick " O " Clone
    Schick Twin -Japan [ 7 ]
    Pitralon Classic A/S Lotion

    I missed the Shave yesterday which I had intended to have after lunch, but got tied up with other things. Decided that two days growth might well suit The "O" Clone fitted with a twin blade. With no need to rush and superb Vitos lather, the Shave was smooth and trouble free, with nearly a face stroking finish.

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  19. MPF9

    MPF9 Well-Known Member

    I went through a Phase of collecting them , but have thinned down the collection [ see photo ]. I like shaving with the Black one and the de luxe ones with the Schick like handle.

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    Last edited: Feb 17, 2020
  20. 120inna55

    120inna55 Well-Known Member

    Thank you. Yeah, I get to see the cool translucency all the time, but to capture it on a decent photograph is a different thing. I was happy it turned out like it did.
     
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