Wet Shaving, Luxury Grooming and Smiles

If the maintenance of a straight razor seems like more work than you're willing to put into it, give the Feather Artist Club series a look. Their system offers what is the closest to a real straight razor, but has replaceable blades so you don't need to hone to keep sharp. While the construction is extremely well made, offering exquisite stainless steel and resin materials, the key is the Artist Club blade, which replicates the traditional better than anything else on the market. The Feather AC is also a great choice for barbers.

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Feather AC System Reviews
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Feather artist blade
Very sharp blad. Shaved very well
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delivered punctual.Perfect protection for my
delivered punctual.Perfect protection for my Feather.

Grazie
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Feather Professional
Great blade excellent value.
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Best Straight Razor
The razor is well balanced and has a weighted feel to it.... Best straight razor in my collection.... I have one for the road and one for home...
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Proguard 15 blades
I like this blade it does not cut you all up like the professional blades do. Would purchase these blades again.
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The Finest Disposble Blade Made - certainly the sharpest!
I own both a Feather Artist Club SS and DX Kamasori style razor (plus about a dozen straight razors in my rotation as well) so I'm fairly experience - plus I have a course beard and sensitive skin.



Regarding SE blades, I've used them all. I use to use the Feather Professional because it was what most SE seemed to recommend. About 6-months ago I switched to the Feather Professional Super and haven't looked back.



These blades are certainly sharp, but IMO shave most like a true straight razor, assuming a true shave ready properly honed blade. I consider their sharpness even smoother than a Feather Pro because of the end-game of efficiency which works well for my beard and skin combo - assuming one uses the razor with some skill and care. For the Feather SS and DX these blades really behave very close to a properly maintained straight blade. The key to a great SE shave in IMHO is building a lather for maximum glide (more water) and not so much thickness.

Keep the Feather Artist Club or Kai razor sufficiently wet and rinsed. A thick lather that is too dry isn't your friend with these types of SE razors- thinner is better!