Discussion in 'Shave School' started by Primotenore, Sep 30, 2020.
Thank you, Charlie. Bad lighting goes a long way...
I have about 16.......luckily the 7D batts carry over, just not quite at the same capacity.
I'll have to get my film cameras and get a few pictures. I have several AE1-Ps and a A1. Motor drives, winder and flash. Love shooting film.
Take care Charlie.
Thanks, that is what I thought as well.
You have to. I carry only one usually, as i don't shoot nearly as much. I might carry a film camera as a backup, i use the same lenses on my FM2 anyways, and i don't really care that much if it has a battery or not.
Thank you, Danny!
Thank Joe......hope all is well with my Long Island friend!
I love my ATTs but I probably will not be doing anymore business with them. I was hoping on added a few things but that will not be happening.
LOL....With Flying Hide gone, my next favorite would be Lonestar.
Yes. An antique razor? I love wood or metal with patina's. Looks like... history.
Thanks...it does look a little sinister!
Thanks a bunch! Love the Soap Commander.
Lovely photo and colors Gary
The hard soap is Grapes & Blueberry scented (Uva Mirtillo, in Italian).
The brand is The Goodfellas' Smile, the italian version of Italian Barber / RazoRock.
Here the Haul post: https://theshaveden.com/forums/posts/1858267/
Meissner Tremonia "Natural Bay Rum" has a very strong scent, as most of the products of the german artisan.
And I really DO NOT LOVE the bay rum fragrance.
S0 I mix the sweet scent of the TGS, to have something less spicy and more fruity.
And it works. I've just find the ratio perfect for me.
I think tomorrow with 1:3 It'll be good.
It's about "Superfragrancing".
Making Frankenrazor is one of my preferred option.
Mostly, heavy metal razors (steel, brass, copper, titanium, ...) I find totally unbalanced for my technique.
Therefore unefficient compared with the light alternatives.
Switching the MR14 aluminium handle is my first option when I want to get a better balance.
BTW, Yaqi 1712-02 is very good and well balanced with its Halo aluminium handle.
Here an image to show how much balanced It is: https://theshaveden.com/forums/posts/1847051/
But today I needed less reflecting / white surface in my SOTD, so I used the grey one.
Just a cosmetic matter of things.
I find Astra SP good enough as most of the DE blade.
I had a box gifted with the Henson from Shaving Station UK shop.
So ... I use them. That's all.
IMHO, DE blades have only one good point: they're cheap.
If I want a better blade, I go on modern AC blades.
Sorry for the pic, I did not want to scare you.
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