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    Default Dream razor

    If you could have any razor you wanted, price is of no consequence, what would you get? Lets see some pics of your dream razor.

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    Already have it. Brian Brown custom my girlfriend (now fiancee) secretly bought me for my birthday.
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    She's a keeper!One day I will get a custom as well. Very nice! Congrats btw!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SixNipples View Post
    Already have it. Brian Brown custom my girlfriend (now fiancee) secretly bought me for my birthday.
    These are awesome. How does the technique change vs. a straight razor? Where are these from?

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    I had my dream razor made by Max Sprecher. He did such a great job I might order another

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    I have been drooling over this at SRD for the past few weeks...
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    I used to be indecisive. Now I'm not sure.

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    Why torture yourself, break out that wallet.
    Buy it now, before someone else does & you hate yourself for letting it go.
    It's Christmas & you deserve it.
    There will never be another one like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hirlau View Post
    Why torture yourself, break out that wallet.
    Buy it now, before someone else does & you hate yourself for letting it go.
    It's Christmas & you deserve it.
    There will never be another one like it.
    Exactly, it's christmas... And before I can blow a month's rent on a razor I actually have to pay rent, And get presents for the family... oh well, there will be a bad ass custom in my near future
    I used to be indecisive. Now I'm not sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krisbarger View Post
    These are awesome. How does the technique change vs. a straight razor? Where are these from?
    This is a western/symmetrical grind. So the technique is basically the same. Without scales, I find I can get more types of grips for the various shave directions (with each hand as well). Just a tiny bit different than a regular folder. Definitely worth a try.

    Brian is down in Tennessee. He makes superb razors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SixNipples View Post
    This is a western/symmetrical grind. So the technique is basically the same. Without scales, I find I can get more types of grips for the various shave directions (with each hand as well). Just a tiny bit different than a regular folder. Definitely worth a try.

    Brian is down in Tennessee. He makes superb razors.
    Where is he in TN?

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