01-18-2017, 06:09 AM
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(01-17-2017, 01:11 PM)waveflow Wrote: I have been using my Fusion more recently and just ordered this Muhle Bog Oak handle.

My other is an Art of Shaving Fusion that vibrates. I find that does help with glide. The grip on the handle is also great, especially if I use in shower.

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I own this Mühle No. 3 Bog oak. It's a work of art. Also own the Mühle No. 1 Carbon version.
These two are my most expensive razors beating out Feather SS, ATT, Wolfman, Pils and Plisson Paladium Fusion (which was €295 with a Paladium stand)

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 01-18-2017, 07:46 AM
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(01-18-2017, 06:09 AM)CHSeifert Wrote: I own this Mühle No. 3 Bog oak. It's a work of art. Also own the Mühle No. 1 Carbon version.
These two are my most expensive razors beating out Feather SS, ATT, Wolfman, Pils and Plisson Paladium Fusion (which was €295 with a Paladium stand)

Very nice Claus.  I am excited to use it.

The no 1 carbon is also stunning.  Muhle is really taking their handles to the next level.

Depending how much I use the Fusion I will look at more of their offerings.

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 01-18-2017, 08:55 AM
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Beautiful razors and stands guys.  I had no idea folks were making such beautiful carts!

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 03-02-2017, 03:29 PM
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i admit, i have a fusion.  bought it when i started shaving my head.  did not had enough confidence with the straight to go to the back of my head.  that is one of the reasons i got that first VDH butterfly.  as confidence and technique grew up, the fusion was relegated to touch ups.  then, it was abandoned... still keep it, for traveling, maybe!

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