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    That probably explains why my espresso equipment took up almost 40% of my kitchen space....no wife to veto such moves! Then I found myself lusting for an Idrocompresso (dual-head lever commercial) until I discovered it was discontinued July 2015 due to poor sales. Just as with straight razors, I have this romance with the ways of old.
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    After months of contentment, my strop AD kicked in big time due to a slight mishap last weekend with my Tony Miller.

    For that reason i have ordered a new Tony Miller strop, an SRD 'Roo' strop and a Kanayama #60000.

    The first step in curing AD is admitting you have AD. Now I need a sponsor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eddy79 View Post
    Is an Australian brand. Similar may be the Breville dual boilers. It is I suppose entry level. You can get great tasting coffee easily from it. Then again from that point for the extra money is significant diminishing returns. I manage to get better coffee than I can buy most places so is good enough for the limited use it gets since I am the only coffee drinker in the house. That and if I take any more bench space in the kitchen my wife will throw it out
    Add on to the bench before she wakes up :-) thanks
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    I have a daniel marshall 125 count humidor and about $600 worth of cigars on the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phrank View Post
    Two superb Sheffield blades, on the way from a fine member here, very much looking forward to these two.

    Hargreaves 8/8 FBU:

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    And this, John Creswick, The Celebrated Hollow Ground Razor, For Barbers Use
    Wonder where this blade was inspired from?
    And did the same artisans make this one right before or after a W&B, Rodgers or a Wostenholm!?!

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    These two beauties arrived today - spectacular specimens, can't wait to take em for a shave.

    This weekend, managed to also grab another Palmera #14 - full 24mm wide, going to need a severe cleaning, listing said no cracks, just dirty and needed cleaning, if the Spanish translation was correct - gotta love eBay Spain!!

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    Very nice Andrew, and congrats. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't envious. Make sure you bring all 3 to the next meet. I wanna see em!

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    Scored this one right now:
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    very excited :-) Now it's waiting for the postman again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MW76 View Post
    After months of contentment, my strop AD kicked in big time due to a slight mishap last weekend with my Tony Miller.

    For that reason i have ordered a new Tony Miller strop, an SRD 'Roo' strop and a Kanayama #60000.

    The first step in curing AD is admitting you have AD. Now I need a sponsor.
    Lol - those are the exact three strips I use and have hanging on my bathroom door.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phrank View Post

    This weekend, managed to also grab another Palmera #14 - full 24mm wide, going to need a severe cleaning, listing said no cracks, just dirty and needed cleaning, if the Spanish translation was correct - gotta love eBay Spain!!
    Nice score brother! envious.
    A Palmera 14 that isn't chipped.. mmmmm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeB52 View Post
    Nice score brother! envious.
    A Palmera 14 that isn't chipped.. mmmmm.
    Beat up as heck though...surprised I was the only bidder on this one...

    Pics or it didn't happen, this looks like the old Henckels 14 that Wolfpack restored in terms of listing condition, looked like shite, but took a chance, think this one will clean up nicely, one pin scales!!:

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