Tom @twhite sent me a few razors he made to try out and this is where I'll post my Shave of the Day for each razor. If you find yourself in the position of shaving with one of his creations, feel free to post your SoD here as well! But before, I should mention these razors aren't for sale. He doesn't create them to sell. It's a hobby to satisfy his curiosity - maybe to try something new, maybe a new idea, maybe fulfilling a "what if" moment... Either, or, his talent shines and I'm very appreciative to have this opportunity. ========================= The first of his razors I chose to take for a spin (2 days ago but just getting around to starting this thread) is the Bunny V2 injector. The second version in his Bunny injector line, it's all aluminum - head, guards and handle - save for the blade holding hood/spring which is copper. It comes with three guard plates... MILD, NOT SO(mild or wild) and WILD. The handle is removable and swappable like most DE razors are. It uses regular single and twin injector blades from a regular keyed injector blade magazine. As someone who very much enjoys using various Schick and Eversharp injector razors, and have always wanted a regular injector razor that uses regular injector blade magazines and that I could swap out handles on, it's no surprise that this is the first of Tom's razors that I chose to trial. The accessories: New, unused vintage Personna 74 injector blade Palmolive Men Classica Shaving Cream, Italian-made version Simpson "The Duke" best badger hair brush Suribachi bowl for making the lather The shave: The first thing I noticed is it is going to take some adjustment of injector technique with this bulky head and the "hump" created by the copper blade holding hood/spring. On a regular Schick injector, the hood is pretty much flat against the face, which isn't the case with the Bunny thanks to the "hump" that runs the length of the hood. This means you have to come at your face with a different than usual injector angle. That coupled with the fact that the handle kept loosening took a bit longer to "dial" this razor in. But oh man, once you figure out the unusual angle of attack, the Bunny is pure bliss if you enjoy injectors like I do. I still had issues with the handle loosening but that was quickly solved by changing the handle to my monstrous baseball bat West Coast Shaving stainless steel 4 inch, 175 grams weight handle. Using the WILD guard, I went a WTG pass, a ATG pass and j-hook cleanup - and I finished BBS, hand palming no stubble except in one very close to the ear jawline spot. Ding ding ding! The Bunny V2 head is a winner winner, chicken dinner! The handle, not so much. But it is the business end that matters, yes? And the business end wins! Next up is Tom's brass monster TAR razor, which I took for a spin last night - but will post about in this thread at a later time. Long day tomorrow beginning at 4:30.AM so the bed is calling unto me! Preview: I defaced his beautiful brass TAR razor but all is well.