10-26-2019, 06:35 PM
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It's called the CS Satin Black .93 DE Shave Razor, and can be purchased on Etsy.  It's a very efficient blade forward variation of the Bevel Razor.
  
Dimensions are: Blade gap: 0.93mm, Blade exposure: 0.9mm, Blade angle: 30°, Head weight: 30g @ 47mm wide, Handle weight: 50g @ 91mm long.
  
Designed in Israel; sold from Tel Aviv.  Made in China (zamak head, brass handle, black satin finish).  10 days from Tel Aviv to Seattle, USA.

I got a very clean shave in just 1 pass, using a Feather blade, with no nicks or weepers.  That is my standard, and this one passed with flying colors.
  
I would highly recommend it to anyone who likes mid-aggressive razors.  For the price ($33.03 delivered) it simply can't be beat.

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 10-26-2019, 06:54 PM
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Interesting what is it comparable to

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 10-29-2019, 09:29 AM
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(10-26-2019, 06:54 PM)CzechCzar Wrote: Interesting what is it comparable to

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This morning I did a comparative shave with the CS and my Weber razor.  I used the same blades (Feather, 2nd shave), the same handle (Durham-Duplex), 
and the same shave cream (Cremo).  The only difference was the Weber is 2 grams heavier.  The CS felt more efficient, but the results were comparably the same.  
The results, both left side and right side, were a very clean shave, in just one pass, with no nicks or weepers.  So I will compare this razor to a Weber.

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 11-08-2019, 01:55 PM
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(10-29-2019, 09:29 AM)Roy Otto Yor Wrote:
(10-26-2019, 06:54 PM)CzechCzar Wrote: Interesting what is it comparable to

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This morning I did a comparative shave with the CS and my Weber razor.  I used the same blades (Feather, 2nd shave), the same handle (Durham-Duplex), 
and the same shave cream (Cremo).  The only difference was the Weber is 2 grams heavier.  The CS felt more efficient, but the results were comparably the same.  
The results, both left side and right side, were a very clean shave, in just one pass, with no nicks or weepers.  So I will compare this razor to a Weber.

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Thanks very much!!

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 11-09-2019, 12:25 AM
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Thanks!   I figure what the heck, your review made me bite ... i just ordered one for $32.03 including tax

... I guess you enticed me comparing it to the Weber, a razor i once owned and regret ever selling (although i could buy 10 of these for what i sold my Weber for)

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 11-10-2019, 01:33 AM
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(11-09-2019, 12:25 AM)LuvWetShavin Wrote: Thanks!   I figure what the heck, your review made me bite ... i just ordered one for $32.03 including tax

... I guess you enticed me comparing it to the Weber, a razor i once owned and regret ever selling (although i could buy 10 of these for what i sold my Weber for)


Really? Is a Weber that expensive?
I should consider trading mine then.

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 11-10-2019, 02:06 AM
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(11-10-2019, 01:33 AM)wimbouman Wrote:
(11-09-2019, 12:25 AM)LuvWetShavin Wrote: Thanks!   I figure what the heck, your review made me bite ... i just ordered one for $32.03 including tax

... I guess you enticed me comparing it to the Weber, a razor i once owned and regret ever selling (although i could buy 10 of these for what i sold my Weber for)


Really? Is a Weber that expensive?
I should consider trading mine then.


Lol you made me wonder the same thing. If that’s what they’re going for I’ve got a brand new Weber I should consider selling indeed.


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 11-11-2019, 08:18 PM
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2 years ago i auctioned off a like new Weber PH razor and it sold for $300 ... here is one that recently sold for $250

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 11-11-2019, 10:24 PM
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How does this compare to the Tampa Shave Company Heavyweight? It is also a variation on the Bevel, but chrome (nickel?) plated brass.

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While The Tampa Shave Co., The Matador, The Bevel, and probably other brands were all likely produced using the same basic molds at the same Chinese sub-contractor razor factory, it is the contractor who sets the specifications.  I don't know if they were all produced to the same specifications and just differently branded, or were manufactured to different specifications by different contractors?  But I do know that the manufacturing specifications for this particular razor are exactingly listed on it's Etsy sales page.  
I have been enjoying my shaves with it.  I hope you do also.

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