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    Im about a month into SR shaving. I have a Dovo Best and a Boker Tree Brand, both of which I bought new. Scouring the boards I see than many of you have several more in your rotation. What's the best place for me to find new razors to add to my collection.?

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    The Buy/Sell/Trade sections
    Or the Movember Auction
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    Straightrazordesign.com, griffithshavinggoods.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcrideshd View Post
    The Buy/Sell/Trade sections
    Or the Movember Auction
    As a relative newcomer, I can't recommend the B/S/T more highly. Everything I've gotten there has had a great edge and it's allowed me to try different types/grinds of razors that I otherwise wouldn't have spent the money to try.

    There are several great sellers who regularly list razors there, just watch that forum every day to see what you like
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    Quote Originally Posted by alschepis View Post
    What's the best place for me to find new razors to add to my collection.?
    You've got two good razors, why the rush to acquire more? If you must, though, I concur that the b/s/t forum is a great place...or, you could hang out in the workshop and honing forums, and open up the world of picking old razors from flea markets / antique shops / the Bay, and restoring them, and honing them yourself. You really can't go wrong either way.

    Enjoy the razors you have. I still have my first (a Dovo) and though it's nothing "special" per se, it means everything to me!

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    I think thatís great advice! Thanks

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