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Shave Shack 30% off All Orders over $100

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Just got an email from their site. Good Australian shaving supplier. 30% all their stock except Thiers Issard Razors if purchase is over $100.

They stock all the good stuff that you would usually have to import or pay inflated prices at more well known websites and stores.
Decent selection of the more pricey straight razors, double edge and all the accessories. Good place for Simpson brushes.

As a person who owns a dozen straights, 3 hones, 10 different creams and soaps, two DEs and 4 brushes, I really recommend these guys. Perfect for wet shavers.

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  • +1

    What about Sulfolk Supplies in the UK? Low prices on most stock, and low cost shipping, they also stock a large range. No minimum order.

  • +2

    Suffolk (http://www.connaughtshaving.com) are excellent, but lack some stuff that Shave Shack stocks (such as Otoko - http://leisureguy.wordpress.com/2011/08/09/my-skin-loves-oto...).

    • Thanks mjwills, also thanks for your info late last year regarding DE, you put me onto DE and i havnt looked back.

      The Shaver Shack does have a different range to Suffolk.

      • Excellent to hear.

  • can I ask what DE is guys?
    I'm actually looking for a hair trimmer as I like my hair cut to number 1 throughout. A visit to the barber costs $10 every month and he just runs the trimmer all around my head anyway. Thought I could do the same at home myself and save on the long run. But I'm not sure how to trim the back of my head myself, or do I have to ask someone else to do it for me? Any suggestions?

    • +1

      DE is Double Edge, its an old technology, but its low cost and very effective for shaving, can buy blades for less than $10 for one years supply. There are many manufacturers out the for DE as the patents have expired.

      I also cut my own hair rather than goto a barber and have done so for 13 years, you can buy a clipper at many places, try the shaver shop. My Remmington that was purchased for $35 in 2000 is still going after weekly use. Definitly reccomended clippering your own hair and saves a lot of money.

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