I have tried and do like double edge shaving, but it is not a thing I can do every day before heading out to work, very time consuming.
Like most blokes I am always on the look out for an alternative to the expensive Gillette cartridge razors. I have tried a lot, spent way to much trying all comers.
These are the three I kind of rate.
Cornerstone. Cornerstone have a new cartridge and have had to redesign their razor. Though the new blades are sharp the the actual shave is not that close and takes several passes to achieve anything you want to leave the house with. This razor sadly is more style over function.
Gruum. Gruum were new to me until last month. The handle is very cumbersome, but the blades are sharp and provide a close shave. Not sure what the roller bar before the blades actually does.
King of Shaves. King of Shaves will not be winning any design awards with this one. Seems to use the same cartridge as the Gruum system. Offers a close shave. Though after the third shave the blades seemed to dull quite quickly.
The one out of the three that I would recommend is the King of Shaves. Close shave and very very cheap.
But like most blokes I will pick up Gillette when they are on offer in the shops, sorry it is the best cartridge razor out there.
It has been a very long time since people made music and someone then reorganised and moved parts of that music around. I have DJ’d and messed around with music for more years than I care to remember. For the last few years I have stepped away from remixing and megamixes.
One of the very first things that got me into this line of pain and pleasure was this album. Human League Unlimited Orchestra. Basically it was the Dare album reimagined by Martin Rushent.
I always thought my influences were ColdCut, S’Express, Bomb the Bass, etc etc, the list is genuinely endless. But it alway harks back to this album.
I’ll be back soon with one of my megamixes, yep it’ll go on way to long lol. Just look at my stuff on MixCloud for that lol.