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    Default Congratulations!

    That is a beautiful razor and it is really great when it shaves as good as it looks. Good buy.

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    Beautiful one Vern !!! Personally I like the blue the best of the three, Almost as nice as the AK-SAR-BEN a German razor saved. Nebraska spelled backwards
    LMAO !!!! No really Sir you got a super nice Revisor there my friend.

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    Hey Gibbs,
    Ive done business with the guys at Revisor and Thomas is a really nice guy,and they have some really nice razors there,but have you ever wondered the circumstances that must have happened to have a brand new razor avoid being used or abused all this time until it ended up in your hands? I just got a NOS Lutz razor from the twenties today and it made me wonder-this thing is virtually the way it hit the store 80 something years ago.makes you wonder,anyhow enjoy your new toy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibbs View Post
    ~Joe~, you would be so pleased with the razor. Have you seen their offerings? Like a kid in a candy store. As far as sending it back, I'm sure Thomas would work something out with me to send it back and exchange it. But, it's almost foolish to spend the money to ship overseas and go though cutstoms again and have them send it back here, though customs, again, when it's a color. I have my eye on an Extra Full Hollow in 5/8 also so maybe later on, I'll get another one. It looks like this:

    Where the one above, the Blue on Gold was 88.00 Euros (down to 73.95 Euros subtracing the VAT), the blue scale Extra Hollow Ground is only 68.00 Euros, so it would be even less than that with the VAT subtracted. Also it has jimps on it for sure.

    They are still being made. Older German craftsmen, there, enjoying their work and teaching some newer younger craftsmen the art and business. It would be nice if someone were to buy enough of them to be a distributor/dealer in the U.S.A.
    Gibbs-keep it maybe karma wanted you to have THAT particular razor-and if so it could be bad mojo to send it back (lol)

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    Right on Gibbs! Glad you got a Revisor, as I know you've been drooling over them since you've been here.... mayber longer

    I have to admit they make beautiful razors. I'll have to get my hands on one some day.

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    Thumbs up Gibbs

    Keep buying those Revisors. Rumor is that they never made a bad one. And what great shavers they are. Here is a pic of 3 of the 4 Revisors I have.

    IMHO you need at least two.
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    OOOPS! Pass the styptic please.

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    Hello Gibbs, I visited the site for the Revisor straights, looked at a couple of them, saw the prices, but for the love of mike, how do you manage to place an order??? I did not see anyplace to do that. Like you, I do like the green better. Still a nice razor. I'd like to try one, but have to figure out where the order form is. Enjoy your Revisor!!! Sonny082

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    Sonny082,

    I think you send them an email with the Item Numbers of the razors you would like.

    Rasiermesser

    Have fun !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonny082 View Post
    Hello Gibbs, I visited the site for the Revisor straights, looked at a couple of them, saw the prices, but for the love of mike, how do you manage to place an order??? I did not see anyplace to do that. Like you, I do like the green better. Still a nice razor. I'd like to try one, but have to figure out where the order form is. Enjoy your Revisor!!! Sonny082
    you send them an email with the item number and they will send you an email back with how to pay and send you an invoice.

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    how long did it take for your razor to arrive? im still waiting for my tiger to arrive.

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