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I am still a newbie, but I find I prefer the wedges to the hollow ground razors, so that could have been a factor in why I liked it so much.
Una vez más, por favor mantenga su identidad en secreto Haga clic en el botón "Continuar" para buscar con su código postal.Restored by Bill Ellis B) 8/8" For Barbers Use wedge C) 7/8" hollow ground Old English Razor D) 7/8" Old Army wedge These are all decent shavers, and I especially like the 7/8" hollow ground one.It was the first razor I ever honed on a coticule, and I love the edge it took. I have a few in my collection, but they're not standouts.The Wade & Butchers remind of the Filarmonicas in the hype world. Like the W&Bs, they're decent razors, but not better than many other brands that don't get the same forum press coverage. Good honing and good technique can work wonders for the shave.I do think that people think they can buy a better shave - when I mention that technique and a good honing job are so much more important, people sometimes stop listening. Not only that, but sometimes an inexpensive no-name razor can compete with the best of the big names, sometimes even beating them in the edge it takes. Nice collection/photos I recently was lent one for a few days, it was a big/heavy 7/8" Wedge, and it was awesome to shave with.
Brothers William & Samuel Butcher started the company in Sheffield in the 1820s.