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Edwin Jagger

Edwin Jagger is one of our most highly recommended brands. The Edwin Jagger's safety razors are refined, beautiful grooming tools. Their brushes are hugely popular--we have virtually no customer complaints. However, they did not stop with razors and brushes, but have a very complete line of anything you will need from pre-shave, creams, and aftershaves. Established in Sheffield, England in 1988, they have maintained high standards as a family run business. They have grown a lot and are one of the leading men's grooming brands, both in the UK and the USA. Neil Jagger is the owner and founder, and his attention to every detail and high standards ensure these amazing shaving products remain of the highest quality. This is a company that holds fast to tradition, but uniquely combines this with exquisite design. We know you will enjoy bringing this brand into your homes, and you will find that it will bring you years of better shaving.

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Edwin Jagger Reviews
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Beautifully Finished Razor
A very nice looking razor. As others have said, the chrome is great. There are no visible machining marks. I have only one issue with it. No matter how careful I am when installing the blade, I can't seem to get it centered. One edge always cuts more aggressively than the other.
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Does the job, but bear knot or handle size in mind
I like this stand, especially since it takes up very little room on the counter and looks nice. I would have bought the ivory color, but it was out of stock, and WCS or Jagger doesn't have a large in tortoiseshell. One drawback; since the small Jagger stand is too small for any of my brushes, I got this one. My smaller brush (a 24mm Mohawk) tends to wobble in it when hung at the juncture of the handle and the bristles. I could hang it by the indentation on the handle, but then the top of the brush hits the bottom of the stand and bends a bit. Not the biggest problem as long as it doesn't wobble off the stand when hung by the knot. The stand works fine with my larger brush (an ~26mm Surrey), and lets it dry out well. It might be worth putting the height of the stand's inside space in the description. If there's no knot issue, this is a very good bargain!

I also have a #312 WCS stand, and it works very well and looks great, but it'll be taking up residence in my shaving cabinet when I build one.
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Edwin Jagger black chrome3 D diamond
Awesome quality, fantastic looking, great grip and balance, awesome shaver. I also have a Merkur 34c and I think I like this a little bit more. I also like West Coast Shaving. Thankful for the internet and companies like WCS. I wouldn't have access to information and great products like they carry otherwise.
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Good value for the money
Good value for the money
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Super lather maker
I have used this brush for about two weeks and love it. Extremely soft against the face and really produces great lather. I have not noticed any loss of hair nor any animal odor. The handle is a bit shorter than I like, but I got used to it. I would recommend this brush to anyone.
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Simple solution
I needed an expensive stand for my second brush, and this was perfect. The tortoiseshell and ivory colors were out of stock. One quibble (and it's by no means a killer): while my larger [Surrey] brush (the one for which the stand was needed) fits fine by the knot, my smaller [Mohawk] brush (24mm) wobbles a little when on the stand by the knot, and is too long to hang by the handle. However, that's what I have my WCS #312 stand for. Once I get my shaving cabinet built, I may get another one of the EJ stand for counter use when drying a brush, since the others will go in the cabinet.
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