What Straight Razor Did You Use Today?

Discussion in 'Straight Razors' started by lindyhopper66, Nov 30, 2013.

  1. mrchick

    mrchick Odd, Terrible Avatar

    I’m sorry to hear about your injury. Best wishes.
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  2. mrchick

    mrchick Odd, Terrible Avatar

    Rigarazor [​IMG]
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  3. Steve56

    Steve56 Well-Known Member


    Pure luxury this dark rainy morning, CHV MK33, cream was AdP lathered with a Keyhole 4 in an Aesop bowl. AdP balm was a perfect match to finish things up.

    Cheers, Steve
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  4. Steve56

    Steve56 Well-Known Member

    Best wishes for a speedy recovery @PatrickA51

    Cheers, Steve
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  5. oscar11

    oscar11 Well-Known Member

    North Korean Straight Razor
    small homemade boar
    Clubman SR

    The bevel on this razor is......atrocious but none the less it shaves pretty fair. Have a good one.
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  6. Timwcic

    Timwcic Well-Known Member

    Southern & Richardson Finger Ring In Swordfish Bill

  7. DaltonGang

    DaltonGang Ol' Itchy Whiskers

    Very cool look, with that ring.
  8. Keithmax

    Keithmax Breeds Pet Rocks

    In Korean, it says Cat Brand, made in the February 26 factory.
  9. Keithmax

    Keithmax Breeds Pet Rocks

    Western grind kami theme continued, Rasurpur

  10. DaltonGang

    DaltonGang Ol' Itchy Whiskers

    Great shave, with a restored Wedge. Smooth 2 pass shave, that left me near BBS. No touch-up. Wonderfully built razor.

    Razor- C-Mon, by Carl Monkhouse
    Brush- JR#262. Ebony/Birdseye Maple. WD Silvertip
    Soap- TOBS Cedarwood
    Aftershave- Osage Rub

  11. oscar11

    oscar11 Well-Known Member

    Thanks Keith.
  12. M14Shooter

    M14Shooter Well-Known Member

    6/8 Hayashi 1074 Extra Best

    Had a wonderful shave with this Japanese razor .She shaves very similar to my Wacker Jungmeister. Both are fairly heavy blades.The whiskers were no where to be found.Very efficient blade.
  13. Chuck Naill

    Chuck Naill Well-Known Member

    Geneva (New York Steel) Pyramid 7 6/8 (there was a 7n narrow model). These pre merger Geneva razors are definitely worth obtaining. Think I paid $19 for this one. I used films to 3 micron then to coticule, and Thuringian.

    Feather SS is a lot of fun to use. I try to incorporate a pass with it as often as possible. Geneva.jpg
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  14. Timwcic

    Timwcic Well-Known Member

    Thank you
  15. Steve56

    Steve56 Well-Known Member


    St Joanis ‘Le Triomphe’, soap was I Coloniali Mango Oil lathered with a trusty Tulip 2. A splash of harris Pink finished up, then a little later I added some I Coloniali balm. This is great combination.

    Cheers, Steve
  16. M14Shooter

    M14Shooter Well-Known Member

    5/8 72 Kiebutz Part of a seven day set . Thursday. Wish I had the rest of the set.

    This Solingen blade gave a great shave.
  17. DaltonGang

    DaltonGang Ol' Itchy Whiskers

    Perfectly smooth 2 pass shave, That left me BDBS. Great shaving razor. But its only downfall are the Scales, which are very slightly gassing out. So, I store this one away from other razors, and open, for now.

    Razor- Otto Deutsch's Hans.
    Brush- JR#262, Ebony/Birdseye Maple. WD Silvertip.
    Soap- TOBS Eton College.
    Aftershave- Pinaud Clubman.

  18. Briscoe

    Briscoe Well-Known Member

    Wacker Huntsman
    Poraso Azur Lime Cream
    Jayaruh # 311 Boar
    True Gentleman Preshave Oil
    John Varvatos Artesian Aftershave Balm

    Enjoy your evening gentlemen ![​IMG]

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  19. TestDepth

    TestDepth Well-Known Member

    Japanese frameback
    The coffin case says “Best Razor Silver Steel”... who am I to argue.
    Wonderful shave!
    Enjoy your shave!
  20. M14Shooter

    M14Shooter Well-Known Member

    Nice Frame back .

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