Titan have been manufacturing straight razors since 1918, first in Incheon, Korea, as a Japanese company before later moving to Taiwan. Final packaging and marketing is now based in Hong Kong. The blade is made from Japanese ACRO stainless steel in Taiwan by Titan 1918 with the following particulars:
Note: As these straight razors are individually hand made, there will be some variations in measurements between razors.
Steel hardness = 64 RHC
Edge Length = 68mm (2.68")
Blade width = 21.4mm (27/32" - almost 7/8)
Blade thickness = 0.24mm (0.009") at top of bevel
Grind = Half hollow(?)
Point = Dutch (round)
Mass = 92g (3.2oz)
Smile = 1.2mm (0.05")
Jimps = underside of shank only
Tang length (opened 90deg.) = 23mm
Balance = 10mm (0.39") from pivot pin away from blade when opened 180deg.
Spine thickness = 6.1mm (0.24")
Bevel angle = 19.1deg
Scales = Stainless steel sheathed each side in Madagascan Mahogany with stainless steel end caps both ends
Scales width at pivot pin = 12mm
Wedge = parallel stainless steel
Pins = nickel alloy
Scales thickness (max.) = 15mm (0.59") at about quarter length from pivot pin
Overall length = 160mm (6.3") closed and 244mm (9.6") open 180deg.
Overall height = 24mm (0.9") closed
The razor is supplied in a solid timber box with antique type latch.
When ordered from the Titan Shop on AliExpress, this razor comes with a dual leather/denim strop that is reviewed here.