Decisions decisions Shaun. I'm off for a break next week. I will probably spend 5 minutes throwing a few T-Shirts in to a bag and about 3 hours pondering on what shaving kit to take. Have a great time.
I make a little pouch/tube from bubble wrap so they can be reused then just put them in when you travel. Easy really.I have been thinking about this myself as I am due to go away soon. How do you gents carry your razors? I have an EJ DE89 that shipped to me in one piece but I am thinking I should pack it broken down but do all the parts then rattle around in your wash bag? And stick everything in hold baggage or take the razor in carry on?
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I have one of those Parker cases and most razors fit well; it's never let me down.I like to travel light, but this setup still gives me a great shave.
- Razorock Silvertip plissoft in a Muhle shaving brush travel tube
- Merkur 39c in a Parker black leather case
- A selection of blades in a old Feather blade dispenser (includes a section to hold old used blades)
- Valobra shave stick (stored in a plastic bag)
- Small bottles of aftershave tonic / balm
The Palmolive (an old foe of mine for scent but a warrior of performance) has shone on this trip. Dealing with non-potable, extremely hard water, the MWF has struggled but the palmolive stick has not missed a beat.37c
Mix pack of blades
A nearly finished stub of palmolive stick
It is nice to keep it simple for a few weeks.
Sure am mate, I can’t see me bringing anything back as there wasn’t much there last time apart from Portus Cale. But it won’t stop me looking, cheersGreat Travel set up Shaun.
Going back to that beautiful place in Portugal again?
My bet is you will be coming back with more than you went with.