I long ago gave up on trying to have the latest razor with a zillion blades. More me, the Mach 3 (which this WSJ article describes as aging) was perfect. I got a nice shave, better than a twin blade -- and the lubricating strip reallly makes a difference. The bigger blade models just felt to large to shave with.
Recently, I've been going old-school with Bevel (https://getbevel.com/) which is all about the single blade. That's been some rediscovery of how to shave that way. It takes me longer, but it's been kind of fun and turns shaving sometimes less into a pain and more into an art form.
I don't have skin problems after shaving, which is a group Bevel is especially aimed at, so we'll see if I keep with the single-blade or return to my beloved Mach 3. But at least Bevel got me thinking about shaving in a way that's not just "get the cheapest blades" or "get even more blades -- and a ball!" but instead more about the process of getting a good shave.
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