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    Anyone have any experience with Weber stainless steel DE razors? Seem to be very competitively priced compared to other stainless razors. I have an EJ which was attractive when I bought it 5 months ago, then the chrome began to flake within 45 days. Stainless could be a solution.
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    I have had all three models of the Weber and found them to be superbly made razors that give excellent shaves. The DLC and the ARC are no longer available. The latest model with the polished head, however, is available and worth the price. I used all three with Personna "reds" and received a fabulous shave. Good stuff the Weber.
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    I agree with Obie on this one. I enjoy my Weber.
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    Like Obie, I have all three and prefer them with either a Personna Red or Med Prep. These DE's were game changers for me..

    While I still have a substantial DE collection, it took a serious reduction when I landed the Webers. All challengers were sold off. The Webers are that good. My DE shaves went completely automatic and frankly, boring as the Webers yield perfect BBS's for me every time. So, I took up straights...

    I find all Webers shave exactly the same though only the DLC has that sexy tug...
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    Well made razors and compared to other SS DE razors they are a bargain. I prefer the wave handle of the three handle styles.

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    I have on with the bulldog handle and polished head, I'm very happy with it.
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    I like the Bulldog handle. Seems the handles are always more available than the heads..........

    Grab one when you can. The current guys doing DE's are all doing a very nice job for sure.

    Have fun.

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    I have the DLC and the new polished head, plus the bulldog handle and the newer wave handle. My go to de for travel and days when I'm in a hurry. Definitely worth the price. I tend to lean towards the weight of the bulldog handle, but only by a hair. Great shavers.

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    I guess you already know it is a fairly mild razor. In my opinion, it was very similar to my EJ. But, as you said, the stainless steel is a huge plus.

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