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This razor is excellent. I have an especially thick and coarse beard which does murder on my blades. I have other straights of which some just dont cut it even after a good honing and strop. This razor is so smooth when i shave and I think it is a great blade. If you are looking for a good kamisori to start with this is a good choice. For honing i use a 5 to 1 ratio, 5 passes on omote and 1 on the ura. I have read ratios of 7 to 1 or even 3 to 1. I decided to start in the middle. The technique with a kamisori when shaving is different and a bit more tricky but if you are good with a western straight you should pick it up in no time.
Great razor and value for money
I bought this razor about a year ago and I have used it only ounce. Maybe because I have tree other straight razors or maybe because I'm a bit afraid of it. When I got it I wanted to use it quickly and I didn't prepare my skin as I always do (with a few hot towels first). Also I think that the razor did not cut as well as it could because I did not honed it prior using it. The first pass I did, the razor jumped on my skin and gauged my face as it landed on my poor skin. I was bleeding a lot but I finished my shave anyway. I decided to hone it to make it more sharp, but it is still sitting on my work bench because I not to sure how to do it. The angles are not the same as my other straight razors, and I don't want to destroy the blade. Maybe I'll do a bit more research on youtube... This razor is for professionals and daredevils!!!