There is nothing sweeter than scoring a new Schick Repeater on your favorite auction site. In the history of the razor, I am not sure there is a more precise and substantial piece of gear to be found.
The issue becomes quite clear when you get your first vintage repeater for the first time…um, how the hell does this thing work? The instructions have long since been thrown away and un-intuitive nature of these shavers can be quite daunting. Trying to figure it out on your own can some times, more often than not, damage the Vtg razor…thank god you find us! I put together this silent film to help you understand the basics of loading and replacing blades. This applies to the Schick Injector types A, C, C and D. Happy Shaves!
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Canadian web designer, Ron Gallant is founder and co-author of 365Shaves.com shave blog and prominent member of Facebook’s “Wet Shaver Review“. Ron has been a traditional wet shaver for over 6 years and has spent much of his time contributing back to the wet shaving community. “Straight razor shaving is, in my opinion, a defining part of who a man really is.”