Discussion in 'Safety Razors' started by jimjo1031, Oct 20, 2020.
Well, what is your thoughts? To be honest I'm not biting. PPA does make good stuff, but this one, not into it.
It is interesting, and I am a Halloween baby. And it's an open comb slant.
That's what is so cool about an open market. There's always something for everyone. If you get one, let us know how it is. I love the Slant from Above the Tie. I have both the OC and SB. A lot milder than you would think.
Made by Aurora!
You'll have to be a child of the 60s and 70s to possibly get it.
I don't shave in the dark, so it would just glow in a stand. A bigger factor for me is that I strongly prefer heavy razors.
Reminds me of midnight bowling.
Gimmick nothing more. If the novelty appeals to you go for it.
I like it!
I had it in my cart, made it all the way to the checkout. Then I remembered that Goth wet shaving is such a tiny little subset of our niche culture, it might not be a good investment.
...and I don't shave in the dark, so shaving with a non-glowing razor doesn't appeal.
#lazySOTD pic "glowing razor surrounded by a brush and bottle shaped objects."
My take is that this razor is aimed at Facebook SOTD folks who are chasing the highest "like button" clicks for their photos, and why blame them? I think a glowing razor is cool, just not for me.
Interesting novelty, but that’s all. I don’t know anyone who is in the habit of shaving in the dark.
I have shaved in the dark, but I do not care enough to get this razor.
(In case someone wonders why I would shave in the dark: I get the best shaves in sauna and some traditional Finnish saunas do not have any light except for some candles. Sometimes I shave in such saunas.)
My son shaves mostly in the dark, though he’s visually impaired.
I stand corrected. I now do know (of) some folks who shave in the dark.
And some people are just in the dark about everything!
I guess I am in that group....in 1960 I turned 3....at the end of 1970(79) I was 22.
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