Manufactured in the U.S.A.
- 100% stainless steel
- Hand polished cap and closed comb. Metal under cap and bottom of comb have a matte finish
- Accepts any standard double-edge blade (5 high-quality blades included)
- Deeply knurled handle for excellent grip. Handle is 3 7/8 inches in length and .45 inches in diameter
- Handle is machined from solid rod 316 marine grade stainless steel and fits most vintage Gillette and modern (Merkur, Jagger, etc) 3-piece heads
- Total weight is...
The R41 TWIST is my favorite Mühle razor to date, and it’s among my all-time favorite razors, along with offerings from Above The Tie and Joris. The new R41 combines my most-desired features in a way that few other razors have done. It is capable of very close, comfortable and carefree shaves. It is easy to use and provides all the best attributes of R41 design with none of its downsides.
This is a Schick Injector Razor that was produced and marketed in 1973. The handle is shaped like a stick shift from a sports car with the head of a standard injector razor. Interesting is the fact that the ball of the handle fits in your palm and actually helps you control the shave! Yes, it's a gimmick, but not a bad one.
Vintage English Safety Razor. Gives a great shave one the user learns how to sharpen and hold the blade. Picked up a mint set for $15 at a local market. The Hollow Ground blades give an excellent close shave with minimal tugging.
Positive aspects of the product (pros): Light weight, Great Design, Medium Aggression
Cons: Screw seems a bit loose for my taste
User Friendly: 10
Ease of Blade Replacement: 8
I received the Standard Razors Black model as part of a subscription service along with some shaving cream and an alum block. My initial impression was that it was light (aluminum construction) and the handle had no knurling to...
Inexpensive TTO razor that shaves well. The brand is "Shaving Factory", but the maker is Derby (the people famous for blades). I paid $12.99 in a retail store for this with no great expectations on the hopes it would be a mild razor to use on my head (scalp, I shave my head too). I was surprised by its shave quality and it has become my primary face razor in a fleet that includes the EJ DE86 and Merkur 38C-HD. To understand my surprise, I have what I call a "porcupine"...
This razor is sold on Amazon for $10.99 with free shipping. It comes with to packs of Derby blades in a and unassuming black box. This razor is heavy, the handle is worth the price three times over. The two plates for the head are well done, and the blade exposure is enough for a moderately aggressive, but smooth shave.
Due to it's heft, care must be taken in your technique. But, I am amazed at the quality of this product for such a low price. It is made in Pakistan.
This is a three piece razor from Maggard Razors that will cost you under $16.00 and will give you a first class shave. There is good weight and balance. The top plates have to be aligned carefully to make sure the blade exposure is even. This is easily done, but it must be mentioned . I would consider it mildly aggressive, but you we'll find it hard to believe you can get such a great shave from a razor as inexpensive as this.