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    Quote Originally Posted by gugi View Post
    Tim Zowada is more than capable of posting about his involvement.


    As far as the owner of the business he was banned on this site two years ago, when he first started the business of marketing junk disguised as quality razors. We have repeatedly rejected his attempts to buy an endorsement from us, because this community is about helping prospective shavers, not about helping their fleecing.

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    That's was my take on them and the owner accused me of being a troll... Maybe they'll go a new direction but for the price I'd rather modify a gold dollar and put my own scales to it then buying a 200 dollar razor with poor design cues... That's just my opinion... Some people seem to like it... Ymmv

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    Different forums have different goals and different priorities and make different choices.

    For example, we do not want to get involved in any disputes with third parties. And we do not allow the public airing of people's dirty laundry. So, let's end this topic unless Tim Zowada decides to bring clarification to the question about his involvement that was raised earlier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gugi View Post
    Different forums have different goals and different priorities and make different choices.

    For example, we do not want to get involved in any disputes with third parties. And we do not allow the public airing of people's dirty laundry. So, let's end this topic unless Tim Zowada decides to bring clarification to the question about his involvement that was raised earlier.
    Ok will be looking for an official press release

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    I have a grim... bought it a couple months ago. Its not too bad but I didn't get it directly from Grim I went to another grooming e-commerce site that I trusted.

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    It's time to dispel any rumors, and confirm the facts. In early January (2014), I agreed to work with Luke Webster as a consultant. My responsibilities are to observe their processes and procedures, suggest improvements, and help implement those improvements.

    I am most impressed by “Grim's” desire to do whatever it takes to improve the quality of their product. After a few “less than stellar” reviews, all production was stopped until I could take a look at things. On my first visit, I suggested some drastic changes, which were implemented immediately. We are now working on several additional improvements to procedures, processes, and products.

    I am not an owner, or shareholder in any of Luke's businesses. I am merely a “hired gun”. But, I am excited by the potential of this company. It will be great to see where it goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Zowada View Post
    I am most impressed by “Grim's” desire to do whatever it takes to improve the quality of their product. After a few “less than stellar” reviews, all production was stopped until I could take a look at things.
    It is probably worth pointing out that at the same time the retail of all substandard razors has never stopped, so I would not be too fast to give credit, especially to a company which has done the exact opposite throughout all of its existence.
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