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    First class kit sir.
    Best wishes for a speedy recovery.
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    Some great kits in here, thanks for posting them Gents.

    Obie best of luck to you on the knee replacement, and a speedy recovery my friend
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dieseld View Post
    Some great kits in here, thanks for posting them Gents.
    +1 to this, although I now have added a travel roll kit to my list of things I don't need but really want.

    Here's to a perfectly successful surgery and a speedy recovery, Obie!
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    It was in original condition, faded red, well-worn, but nice.
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    aww man, now I want a travel roll. I just finished putting this together, though.

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    from top left, counter-clockwise:
    Face wash (green and black little container on its side), razor oil (paraffin), cologne, post-shave, pre-shave, and 2 little pods of shaving cream.
    Top middle is of course brush in a cleaned out spice bottle and a custom paddle strop I had made from classicshaving.
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    I have a few other things like hair cream and nail clipper that's sometimes in there as well.
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    Tjh,

    Well, it looks like your travel kit will do the job. It doesn't hold the mystique of the leather military wet pack, but if it works for you, that's what's important.

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    I haven't actually used this 1930s German Waschtasche in a while, but it was actually made for travelling with a cut-throat razor. It came with a tiny brush, too. Nice. But I travel with a Schick Adjustable these days.

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    Robin, my friend,
    Looking good. That is a classic, indeed.

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    Thank you very much, Obie. Your approval means a lot to me. I am still looking for the bag. Moving has its disadvantages...
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    Robin,

    Having spent some 30 years behind the radio microphone, I worked in several radio stations around the country. Every time I moved I lost things. I'm no longer in radio. Should I move again, however, I have several wet packs in addition to this one for my shaving equipment. Listen, some things are sacred.
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