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Dopp Bags & Cases

From TSA approved sizing to portable tools, we've got what you need. We have everything to properly take care of your shaving supplies while you travel, so you can have your comforts of home with you at all times.

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Traveling does not mean you need to sacrifice by using lower quality gear. We have Dopp kits to help keep your stuff organized and in one place. They are great for traveling or just to keep all your stuff together in between uses at home. Leather cases will help protect your safety razor, and plastic travel cases for your shaving brush will make sure it doesn't get damaged while you are on the go. From TSA approved sizing to portable tools, we've got what you need. Taking care of your shaving supplies just goes easier with all the accessories we have to offer!

Dopp Bags & Cases Reviews
Nice Container
Perfect container for my travel brush
better than Merkur at 2/3 the price
Parker Travel Razor with Leather Case "I've owned the Merkur travel razor for a few trips now and have never really be fond of it. Not aggressive enough (even with a Feather blade) and the handle is too light for balance. On a whim, I purchased the Parker and used it for the first time this morning with an Astra blade. It is a night and day difference and, in my opinion, _much_ better. It is slightly more aggressive than my DE89 and the brass handle with very deep knurling makes it a pleasure to handle. Not a big deal, but the case is also nicer with individual loops to hold the handle pieces and head. The case is larger than the Merkur, but still pretty small, so your preference will depend on your needs.
alpha one dopp bag
Alpha One Niner Recon Eight Compact Dopp Kit, Black "great little bag. little may be deceiving, its really a good size and packs well
Parker Travel Razor with Leather Case
Parker Travel Razor with Leather Case "I've used it 4 or 5 times and haven't cut myself yet :-) it gives a very close shave too.
No complaints.
leather safety razor case
West Coast Shaving Leather Safety Razor Case, Brown "fantastic item, protects shaver as well as blade very well.
Awesome case
West Coast Shaving Leather Safety Razor Case, Brown "Something that every person who travel should have ... just wish it has a pocket to store spare blades ..
Good value
Parker Travel Razor with Leather Case "I had shaved with cartridge razors for decades after shifting from electric shavers. When I searched for a new travel shaver, I stumble on the Parker travel razor offered by West Coast Shaving. I was attracted by the look and the compactness of this product and decided to give it a try. My first attempt to use it, however, turned out to be a complete failure. I prepared my face exactly the same way as I did for shaving with my cartridge razor. But the Parker travel razor hardly cut any hair off my skin, no matter how hard I pressed it against my face. At first I thought this must be due to the aged technology. After all, the DE safety razor can trace its history back to more than 100 years. Unlike other products, a razor cannot be returned after it is tried. I was very frustrated. When I disassembled the razor to put it away, I found that I had accidentally put the bottom plate up side down, so that the gap between the blade and comb was so close that no hair could get in. I reassembled the head and tried it again. This time, it delighted me. It turns out to me that DE actually works even better than cartridge! Then it dawned on me that it's not only better, but also cheaper, because after the initial investment of the razor, blades will cost much less than cartridges in the long run. Moreover, a DE razor looks much better than a cartridge razor. These thoughts prompted me to get a better DE safety razor for daily use as well. Thus I came back to the West Coast Shaving website and ordered a Feather AS-D2 with stand. As to this Parker, the quality is reasonable as a travel razor and for its price. It is capable of a very close shave. This is, of course, a desirable quality for the experienced. For a novice like me, however, its aggressiveness could be dangerous. I got my face cut for about an inch the day before yesterday and then realize that you have to keep the razor head at 90 degrees of the direction of your path. When you inadvertently go parallel, you will cut your face. I think I will be all right if my mind is concentrated on my shaving. I will come back to share my experience about the Feather razor.
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