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2015-01-18 11.38.55So, exactly how old is this relic?—I think it’s one we picked up right after I moved to Texas, which would age it well over a decade. And when the trimming shears – extended as shown here – recently broke, I figured out a way to keep that part working once I found blade refills for the razor part.

Now during a recent shave a piece broke off the device and fell into the sink, shown here partially reinserted. Which means I still don’t have to retire this from active service.

So yeah, when I get around to it, I’ll add a new razor to my wishlist. But not that I am looking for actually receiving a new razor any sooner than anything else on that wishlist. After all, I can always start growing a mustache and beard again, right?

After all, for all the gadgetry in my life, I’ve never been interested in having the latest and best. This particular item is far from being the sole gadget of mine in active service verging on making obsolescence itself obsolete.

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Written by macheide

19 January 2015 at 6:16 pm

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