It's a shame it isn't a DE...

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As mentioned elsewhere on this forum, I went back to cartridge razors three years ago after using DEs for several years. I currently use a Mach3 and occasionally a Sensor, both of which give me superb shaves every time; no muss, no fuss, no tears. To jazz up my shaving experience when at home I use a Trumper Mach3 handle in faux ivory and a shavemac Sensor handle in faux ivory; I keep the standard issue handles for travel. I have a TracII handle too, but I haven't used it for awhile as the blades I last procured locally were not great; perhaps I just bought a bum lot. From what I've read here I would really like to try an WS Royale, but I'd be concerned about blade availability on a regular basis. Bottom line, I have no desire to use a DE or SE again although I have a half dozen stored away along with a pile of blades; I should get off my derrière and sell them.
 
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Kent
As mentioned elsewhere on this forum, I went back to cartridge razors three years ago after using DEs for several years. I currently use a Mach3 and occasionally a Sensor, both of which give me superb shaves every time; no muss, no fuss, no tears. To jazz up my shaving experience when at home I use a Trumper Mach3 handle in faux ivory and a shavemac Sensor handle in faux ivory; I keep the standard issue handles for travel. I have a TracII handle too, but I haven't used it for awhile as the blades I last procured locally were not great; perhaps I just bought a bum lot. From what I've read here I would really like to try an WS Royale, but I'd be concerned about blade availability on a regular basis. Bottom line, I have no desire to use a DE or SE again although I have a half dozen stored away along with a pile of blades; I should get off my derrière and sell them.
The Royale takes the Gillette CONTOUR blades and although expensive, I think readily available.
 
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