German 37 Torsionshobel

What an incredible and phenomenal experience I just had with RazoRock German 37 Torsionshobel DE safety razor. As everyone already knows, I have a tough beard that grows extremely fast and with mild razors, I would be required to make a minimum of 2.5 passes and in some cases 3 passes. So far this specific razor and my Hawk SE razor are the only exception to this rule. Any razor that removes my beard in 2 passes or less is a plus for me because my skin is far less irritated than it would normally be:


Okay the 1st detail that I noticed was that it weighs more than the Merkur 37C slant. I would put it somewhere between the 37C & the 39C. Another really good thing that I noticed is that it's a 3 piece razor and not a 2 piece like the Merkur razors are which is why I no longer have my 37C. The lock ring got jammed down inside the handle and I couldn't get it out to save my life. So I ended up tossing the 37C as a result. With this German 37 being a 3 piece razor, this eliminates that factor. So unless the razor breaks which I find highly unlikely, this razor will last a lifetime. Another thing that I noticed was the handle itself. It has way more grip to it than the 37C does and this handle is also much longer than the 37C is. The handle is also made from 316L solid stainless steel and the head is made from chromed zinc alloy so this razor will definitely last. The cost is $19.99 U.S. Dollars + shipping which is less than half of what both the 37C & 39C will cost you. The post shave feel is way better than the 37C with this specific razor. I would recommend this for an intermediate wet shaver who has been using a DE for roughly around 2 to 3 months give or take a little. But I would NOT recommend this for a beginner. I'll know more as I shave with it more frequently but it's looking like you might be able to shave with it daily if you make 2 passes or less. But if you plan on making more than that, then NO I don't recommend it for daily use.

TTFFC Mixed & The Track 2:

Today's shave was great. I went with my Through The Fire Fine Craft mixed soap  made by Maria Arman. I've got a ton of soaps in her...