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I love that Peroni. One was on the 'bay last week, went somewhat over my budget.
The Famex is a very nice razor. The cage makes it an adjustable, if used the other way around from the picture.
The Leresche 77 is also a beautiful razor. Mine s awaiting its first taste of my face.

The Leresche #77 surprised me - it looks so aggressive but it's actually rather tame. Having said that it's a very, very efficient razor - quite extraordinary really in how how 'magically' makes the stubble go away.
 
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Oneblade is a beautiful exercise of design, where even the packaging is a premium one.
I have borrowed some pictures from velsus, who starts a thread in a Spanish forum about this razor from The States (Florida), build in Asia with a pretty modern steel injection system. Far more precise than mechanized device.

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Modern razors has to be in no particular order :
Blackland Blackbird - looks like it belongs in a mechanics toolbox
Hone Type 15 - C3PO's razor
Timeless OC - a beautiful piece.

SE - Cobra Classic, hands down the best looking modern razor.
 
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