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    Quote Originally Posted by kbuzbee View Post
    Okay Lynn, quantitatively, what does this mean?? Would you say the original PT forgings are better shavers than, say, the soon to be released Silverwing you've been testing?? It's cool! It's historic! And I'm all behind that but strictly as a shaver....? I have a TI and I love it. It's a great shaver, even at my skill level. And I am definately buying another but should it be (at any cost, while they are still available) a PT forged one?? Or will another TI shave just as well??

    Thanks!

    Ken
    (disclaimer - and yes, I realize honing, stropping, angle, prep... let's just say overall technique make a huge difference in the quality of the shave - I'm just asking you opinion of the razor itself)
    I have two of these in my collection. I enjoy the way TI razors shave and a few are exceptional including these. They all have been really nice shavers including the new one. If you gots ta has this, then you gots ta has it......

    Lynn

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    Quote Originally Posted by heliguy View Post
    399 euro = $534 were did the $800 come from, did I miss something
    Yep, you're right. I used the Pounds to Dollars conversion and not the Euros to Dollars.

    My bad.

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    Two of them?! -Congrats Lynn! -Me only have one... Just as Lynn said... exceptional shaver!
    Last edited by Mr.Sheep; 08-16-2007 at 07:11 PM.

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    If anyone's still interested in having one of these, the site dick.biz still seems to have them at a bargain price of 335 euros without MwSt (VAT).
    For those who don't speak German you need to click on the link messer(knives) at the top of the page and then click the category rasiermesser. Here you'll find the Pierre Thiers razor and others to include a neat Japanese style straight.

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    If you go to click.biz if you click the little english flag in the bottom right hand corner it switches to english. Thats the japanese Iwasaki they are selling (approx $318.00 US)

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