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    Default Hello from Cambridge UK.

    Hi there. I stumbled across this site from reddit/r/wicked_edge and I thought I would get involved. Iv been shaving with DEs for about two years now and have been loving it. The only issues iv had are with dropping my Edwin and snapping the thing in half and being unable to get on with the murkr futur, could never get a irritation free shave with it. I also own a SE but am terrible with it. It's the jaw line that's the problem. Other than that I really enjoy not paying 10 quid for 4 razors that won't last me a month. Cheers.

    Chris.

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    Welcome from another fairly new guy.
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    Welcome to the SRP. I think even with the broken razor accident you'll be ahead in terms of costs. As long as you don't start collecting razors that is.

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    Hi and welcome. Ed
    My wife calls me......... Can you just use Ed

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    Welcome Chris. Most find the jaw line a challenge at first but with persistence and experimentation you will overcome this issue. Hunt for videos and fast forward to the jaw lines bits. Before you know it you'll be wonder what all the fuss was about.
    Keep your concentration high and your angles low!

    Despite the high cost of living, it's still very popular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brenngun View Post
    Welcome Chris. Most find the jaw line a challenge at first but with persistence and experimentation you will overcome this issue. Hunt for videos and fast forward to the jaw lines bits. Before you know it you'll be wonder what all the fuss was about.
    Thanks. I will.

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    Welcome from another UK based newbie

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