Name me some aggressive razors at reasonable prices pls

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That Stirling looks a cracker! To me, visually, the difference between standards and aggressive heads isn't usually that noticeable, but even just flicking between the standard and hyper aggressive it looks like you could park a bus in the gap!
 
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That Stirling looks a cracker! To me, visually, the difference between standards and aggressive heads isn't usually that noticeable, but even just flicking between the standard and hyper aggressive it looks like you could park a bus in the gap!
Yep! It borderline looks scary… is it bad that I want it? :D
 
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I don't have the futur but a 30 second search and review on Google yielded comparisons in the double digits over the past decade. A brief glance indicates opinion is divided somewhat, but suggests that the R41 comes out ahead in aggressiveness by a whisker (possibly R41 model dependent). It may be so close that it comes down to user ability.

I haven't checked the rest of the responses here, I'm sure it's probably already mentioned, you can turn either of them into a teddy bear or a blood thirsty daemon with pressure and angle if that's your fancy.
 
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I don't have the futur but a 30 second search and review on Google yielded comparisons in the double digits over the past decade. A brief glance indicates opinion is divided somewhat, but suggests that the R41 comes out ahead in aggressiveness by a whisker (possibly R41 model dependent). It may be so close that it comes down to user ability.

I haven't checked the rest of the responses here, I'm sure it's probably already mentioned, you can turn either of them into a teddy bear or a blood thirsty daemon with pressure and angle if that's your fancy.
yea was going to pull the trigger and grab the muhle r41 but after shaving last few times with adjustables theyre really growing on me tbh
 
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yea was going to pull the trigger and grab the muhle r41 but after shaving last few times with adjustables theyre really growing on me tbh
@Blademonkey has a Muhle R41 at a cracking price on the BST section.
I would have brought it myself but I just don't use the chrome one I have often enough to warrant owning two unfortunately but it's a cracking razor for sure.
 
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Hey people so just stumbled across the muhle r41, looks like a nice razor with a bit of bite

I'm open to all I don't discriminate lol
please name me some obviously had to be at a reasonable price

I'm still to try my fatip slant razor so still on the fence with slant razors until I actually get around to trying it
Try the Z0 from DSCosmetics on Ali Express, all stainless steel, slightly more efficient (aggressive) than the R41apparently
 
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did a search couldnt find anything before anyone screws....

i wanted to ask is an ac razor sayfor example the razorock hawk v2 with the feather super professional ac blade more sharper and aggressive then say a muhle r41 with a feather de blade?

i know it could be down to personal preference and YMMV but was wanting to hear thoughts of anyone whos tried both

i havent tried an ac razor so really want to try them out and being a head shaver i like the fact its got a bit of a wider head so has more coverage
 
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