Merkur Safety Razors.....

I have not tried them just yet, but there's a few safety razors that I intend to try. The first one is a Merkur 37C. It holds the blade in a "twisted or scewed" fasion which creates a guillotine affect for a much closer and smoother shave. Another razor that I want to try is a Merkur 25C open comb razor with a long handle. It holds the blade normally, but there's no safety bar for protection like you'd get with a normal safety razor. This will be your most aggressive type of safety razor that you can get on today's market due to the amount of blade exposure. The other razor I'm itching to try is the Merkur Futur which is an ajustable razor. I'll be going for the polished chrome version because from what I've read at about the matte chromed version, the finish tends to wear off after so many uses which is very disheartening considering that it's a fairly expensive razor. The price point of the Merkur Futur is around $90 bucks give or take a little, while the 37C is around $50 bucks. The 25C has an average price point at $40 bucks which is not too bad at all. Another thing I've noticed is that the chrome finish used my Merkur Safety Razors over in Germany, gets alot of mixed reviews and is often compared with Edwin Jagger's quality. Edwin Jagger is an excellent chrome plating artist considering that they do the chrome for Rolls Royce which says alot about the quality. I'm going to look at the glass half full instead of half empty. If Mekur's chrome finish is often compared to Edwin Jagger's chrome plating, then it must be extremely good. So my wish list over at Westcoast Shaving supplies tends to get a bit longer as I go to try out new shaving products.

Honor & The Fusion:

Man oh man today's shave was blissful! Good old Soap Commander  has delivered yet another top shelf performance  and their "Honor&...