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This is a unique razor in my collection. I've had a Merkur Progress, Edwin Jagger DE89, and a Merkur 34C. The Edwin Jagger is the most easily comfortable, but this, when I get it right, is as comfortable. It also cuts that bit closer to the skin for a slightly closer shave than either the DE89 or the 34C. It's a very narrow range where it's perfect whereas those two are a bit more forgiving if you're not absolutely perfect - I'm sure I need more practice with the iKon. It's a solidly heavy razor that will remind you more than any other razor I've tried of the truism with safety razors of letting the weight of the razor do the job of holding the blade against the skin. It's very well-crafted too. My best advice, though, is that you should not travel with it or, if you do, have a hard shell safety case to protect it. I travelled with this razor, but when I reached the other end the safety bar had been caved in, despite a lot of padding around the razor. It cost another $42.50 ($37.50 for the plate and $5 shipping) to get a new base-plate. Otherwise, it's a very good razor, but takes respect and practice to achieve best results.