So I kept my hopes up as I waited for the "Hot Men JunJie old style double Edge blade razor shaver sharp veneer Hair Razor" from the eBay seller, your365shop.
Unfortunately it was a scam, a visual lie. While I wasn't looking (because I'm in the U.S.A. and the seller is in China), the seller pulled a bait-and-switch ploy sending a different product than was photographed for the sales ad.
Below, I've shown the sales-ad photos along with similar photos of the product as delivered:
|From the sales ad: Nice case, eh? Photo looks like a high-quality Rimei twin. (Turns out, these are photos of a better-quality, more-expensive Rimei, not the razor the seller is actually selling.)|
|Here's the packaging as delivered: an envelope and a blister pack with the brand torn off. Hey, where's that nice plastic case?|
|Another ad photo. Notice the details of the handle design.|
Delivered razor: handle design isn't quite the same, is it? Not as nicely chromed either. Hey, where's that better razor?
|Another ad photo. See the little tabs on the end of the top cap; and the angles, curves of the baseplate; the thick, smooth chrome?|
|From the sales ad: Again notice the tabs on the top cap and the sharp, well-stamped contours of the baseplate on the sales-photo razor.|
|Again, the razor as delivered has no tabs on the end of the top cap. The baseplate has completely different contours as well as thinner metal, and, as stated above, the overall chrome is much lower quality.|
The razor delivered is in no way the equivalent of a Rimei razor -- even a defective one as was shipped to me. Big disappointment. :-(
I've begun the eBay process of getting a refund from the seller. The two bucks isn't a big deal, but the only way we can discourage unethical sellers is to take the profit out of their crooked deals.