Chinese Razor Month

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I loved reading this thread. And of course have ended up buying two razors, another soap, and another brush. It will be a lot of fun comparing my results with everyone else’s. Boycie should be on commission from the Chinese department of exports.
In the years ahead I believe we’ll see some of these Chinese brands go from being cheap novelties to matching and exceeding the incumbent brands for quality and innovation. There will, I believe, always be a place for artisans and traditional brands, but the Chinese will increase their quality and remain inexpensive. Be interesting to see how that plays out. Not just in razors, obviously.
 
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I loved reading this thread. And of course have ended up buying two razors, another soap, and another brush. It will be a lot of fun comparing my results with everyone else’s. Boycie should be on commission from the Chinese department of exports.
In the years ahead I believe we’ll see some of these Chinese brands go from being cheap novelties to matching and exceeding the incumbent brands for quality and innovation. There will, I believe, always be a place for artisans and traditional brands, but the Chinese will increase their quality and remain inexpensive. Be interesting to see how that plays out. Not just in razors, obviously.
Glad to hear you've enjoyed it and been suitably enabled.

I agree with your statement about Chinese razors. They're already producing some excellent quality stainless razors for some of our well known artisans. I still like knowing the effort am individual has put in to my razor though and will always have a soft spot for those razors.
 
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