I used mine this morning as well and is a great shaver
You mention no rattle without the top cap? Mine deffo rattles with or without.Well done postie, working a Sunday
The "Rattle" has arrived!
So, all unpacked and the inspection began,
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Got to say, I like it. Overall quality is really good, the head has no alignment issues and the dial is smooth but sturdy, it should not move during the shave.
OK, the elephant in the room, does it Rattle?
Well once its all tightened and you give it a hard shake there is a very slight noise coming from inside the handle, remove the top cap, no rattle?
This could well be something to do with the retaining collar for bottom screw.
A couple of drops of light sewing machine oil on the cap thread, on the adjuster dial, and on the bottom screw, allowing it to coat the inside.
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The Blackland month will have an imposter for 1 blades worth of shaves.
Mine still makes a sound if I remove the top cap and hold the screw at the bottom. I emailed shaving time to see if they had any tips but they assured me it was normal and edited the listing to describe the sound.I have just rechecked @Max Spoofing , remove the top cap and hold the screw knob with the handle to stop it from moving, the razor makes no sound when skaken, this makes me think there is a "free" collar holding in the screw knob to stop it falling out, when tightened it will float, I don't think it's anything to worry about.
The Rex has a sprung fit assembly which does the same thing by gripping the internal tube of the handle, albeit probably much more expensive to manufacture.
I can live with it as it does not detract from the shave for me.
Brilliant, did you squeeze the top cap a few times to the bottom plate when it was on #6, or did the spring just seat itself?Followed Tony'schin fix taking it from 6 to just past 1 and
this has fixed it. Brilliant. Thanks. I am really glad I didn't send it back now.