New Razor....

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I was given some Amazon vouchers for Christmas so treated myself to a new razor.

A Jagen David B40. I read all the reviews and people seemed pretty happy with theirs and at £22.99 seemed a good deal.

After one shave it's given me a far closer shave, the blade appeared sharper and it felt a lot more efficient than my current unbranded razor.

One happy man !!
 
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I was given some Amazon vouchers for Christmas so treated myself to a new razor.

A Jagen David B40. I read all the reviews and people seemed pretty happy with theirs and at £22.99 seemed a good deal.

After one shave it's given me a far closer shave, the blade appeared sharper and it felt a lot more efficient than my current unbranded razor.

One happy man !!
The Jagen David razor's are a good shaver ,a mate of mine passed on a Jagen David B30 after he decided traditional wet shaving wasn't for him.

It's not the most efficient razor,but it's got a good weight to it, and is a great shaver and gives a good close comfortable shave...What more is needed?..I really like mine.;) PS: Try using a more efficient blade with it..I find aggressive blades match well with non-aggressive razors, and vice versa.
Enjoy your shaves, with you new razor.:)
Regards. B:)
 
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I was given some Amazon vouchers for Christmas so treated myself to a new razor.

A Jagen David B40. I read all the reviews and people seemed pretty happy with theirs and at £22.99 seemed a good deal.

After one shave it's given me a far closer shave, the blade appeared sharper and it felt a lot more efficient than my current unbranded razor.

One happy man !!
Well done, its the start of the madness, it will start with trying other blades then other razors, soaps, creams, aftershaves and preshaves, its all good fun and doesn't have to cost a fortune but probably will :D
 
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