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Parker Straight Razors

Originally developed for barber use with replaceable blades, Parker Barber Straight Razors are a nice choice for the home shaves if ease of use is important to you. These take standard double edge blades, snapped in half (be careful, they are sharp!). As with all Parker products, they offer a great value due to the quality manufacturing at an attractive price point.

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Parker Straight Razors Reviews
Very nice, great scent and
Parker PTB Straight Razor, Black Very nice, great scent and lathers like crazy
Nice razor
Parker PTB Straight Razor, Black I've been using a safety razor for around 8 months. I found this a cheaper way to try a straight razor (I do realize though, that some people in the straight razor community do not accept this as a real straight razor). The razor has a nice feel to it. There is a learning curve, but it is an enjoyable razor to use.
Excellent shavette
Parker SR1 Barber Straight Razor Much better than expected. Good weight and solid feel. For the price it is an excellent choice.
exactly what I needed!!!
Parker SR1 Barber Straight Razor "I love this thing!!!! Shaved like a dream, keeps my beard lined perfectly, i even shaped my girlfriend's eyebrows with it
Love this product! I work
Parker SR1 Barber Straight Razor "Love this product! I work in a busy barbershop and it was perfect!
blown away
Good starting straight razor
Parker SR1 Barber Straight Razor "This was my first time using a straight razor. I wanted to go with something affordable first. There is a learning curve, at least for me anyway, but once I got the hang of it I really liked it. This straight razor in particular works just fine. Something to remember though, this replaceable one does not come with blades. You'll have to buy those separately.
Heavier than the Dovo Shavette is a plus
Parker SRB Barber Straight Razor, Black "The Parker has a stainless blade holder vs. the Dovo plastic. It's heavier, which makes it easier for me to control. The plastic "handle" is a little off angle, so I have to be careful closing it, but iOK for the price. Don't get the Parker with the metal "handle", it doesn't balance as well.
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