What Are The 5 Best Brands In Wet Shaving Today?

Discussion in 'General Shaving Talk' started by mantic, Apr 15, 2021.

  1. mantic

    mantic U TOOB

    I'd like to conduct a little survey: what do you think are the 5 best wet shaving brands today? It can be "hardware" (think razors, brushes) and/or "software" (think creams, soaps, aftershaves). Since that's a pretty wide-open question let me offer some criteria with which to judge: consider time in business, general reputation, the quality of the product line as a whole, customer service, and pricing (in-line with the products).

    I created a google form HERE to collect responses. I'll post a follow-up with the results next week.
     
  2. ischiapp

    ischiapp Well-Known Member

    Edwin Jagger
    Colonial Razors
    H.L. Thater
    Kai Industries Co.
    Grooming Dept (Formula Nai)
    Saponificio Varesino
    Stirling Soap Co.
     
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  3. John Beeman

    John Beeman Little chicken in hot water

    This should be interesting...
    I utilized the Google form but just in case anyone on TSD doesn't know what the answers are:

    Taylor of Old Bond Street
    Truefitt & Hill
    Geo F Trumper
    D R Harris
    Pinaud Clubman
     
  4. Enrico

    Enrico Popcorn

    Stirling Soap Co.
    Fine Accouterments
    Barbasol
    Maggards
    Oumo

    All for different reasons......

    :)
     
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  5. Keithmax

    Keithmax Breeds Pet Rocks

    PAA CK-6 formula
    Riga Razors
    Koraat razors
    Thäter brushes
    Stirling shaving soaps
     
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  6. Edison Carter

    Edison Carter Goo-bloomin' Stankster

    Stirling
    Supply
    Feather
    Thiers Issard
    Brut

    answers I entered.
     
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  7. Leo K.

    Leo K. Well-Known Member

    Cold River Soap Works
    Gillette
    Schick
    Semoque
    Edwin Jagger
     
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  8. brit

    brit in a box

    A&E Kaisen base
    Gillette DE blades
    Omega boars
    Proraso balms
    Clarins aftershave
     
  9. Tedolph

    Tedolph Well-Known Member

    Pinaud Clubman products;
    Fine Accoutrements products;
    Semouge brushes;
    Cella shave soap;
    Gold Dollar razors (mod 'em!)
     
  10. Trigger

    Trigger Double Jedi Knight

    Max Sprecher razors
    Stirling Soap Company
    Rockwell razors
    Proraso
    Razorock
     
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  11. gorgo2

    gorgo2 geezerhood

    Dorco
     
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  12. Shaver X

    Shaver X Well-Known Member

    In alphabetical order:

    Edwin Jagger
    Gillette
    Mitchell’s Wool Fat
    Proraso
    Vie-Long

    Ranking these brands from 1 to 5 would be like comparing apples to oranges.

    IMHO, being limited to only five brands is somewhat inaccurate. There are a vast array of wetshaving brands available to consumers nowadays. There are several unique top five brands lists I could have cited, all being equally accurate.
     
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  13. Shaver X

    Shaver X Well-Known Member

    And the results are?
     
  14. Tedolph

    Tedolph Well-Known Member

    If we want to collate the results we would also need a "five worst brands" to balance out the results. Some of the "five best" listed above would be on my "five worst" list.
     
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  15. Ksblazer

    Ksblazer Well-Known Member

    CBL
    Razorock
    Semouge
    Stirling's
    Lisa's Natural Herbal Creations
     
  16. Hammer8

    Hammer8 Well-Known Member

    RazoRock
    Blackland
    Declaration Grooming
    Murphy and McNeil
    Noble Otter
     
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  17. Carson West

    Carson West Well-Known Member

    Edwin Jagger for customer service, RazoRock for value, Proraso for popularity and longevity.
     
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  18. micklepalmer

    micklepalmer New Member

    I think it's a great solution. The first phase of software development https://mlsdev.com/services/custom-software-development, known as the "ice breaker" stage, is the software testing phase. In this stage, the software developer(s) will validate that the software deliverables meeting the requirements of the stakeholders. In this stage, software testers will validate that software meets desired end-user outcomes, as well as meet documented software architecture and goals.
     
    Last edited: May 18, 2021

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