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Best Selling Safety Razor:

The Merkur 34C Heavy Duty Safety Razor, is our best selling safety razor by far. This 2 piece safety razor is made in Germany. This razor is great for everyone, beginner or expert.
Best Value Safety Razor:

West Coast Shaving Classic Collection 78S, Stainless Steel. We make this safety razor and take great pride in being able to offer and excellent razor made out of stainless steel at a great price point.

Highest Quality Safety Razor:

The Feather AS-D2 Stainless Safety Razor is machined and it??s nearly perfect. Its design is excellent. And it comes in a beautiful gift box.

Most Aggressive Shave Safety Razor:

The Open Comb Muhle R41 Double Edge Safety Razor is aggressive, meaning that it has a lot of blade exposure allowing for more blade to come in direct contact with your skin.

Most Modern Safety Razor:

The Merkur Futur Safety Razor is all things modern. It has a sleek, matte design. And it is an adjustable razor which allows you to change the blade gap to your desired aggressiveness.

Best Design for an Undercover Spy:

The Barley Gold Edwin Jagger Double Edge Safety Razor is perfect for the morning shave after a long night of unfurling the plans to destroy the world. Well done. You deserve something with extra character.

Safety Razor Recommendations Reviews
Great razor, nothing to be afraid of.
Muhle R41 Double Edge Safety Razor, Open Comb I have shaved with this razor daily and have got a great shave without any bleeders. When I put a more aggressive blade in it (Astra SP) I got a great shave that lasted for two days. You can definitely feel the blade when shaving so a real light touch will be required. Love that I only need two passes with a clean up pass. What are you waiting for, buy this razor.
Muhle R41 DE Safety Razor
Muhle R41 Double Edge Safety Razor, Open Comb Incredible razor for coarse beards! Very easy to use and gives a very close shave! I started shaving with a safety razor 4 weeks ago. Ive always had to use clippers on my beard because of irritation from cartridge razors, but i never get a close shave with clippers. So i researched other options and found single DE blade razors as a solution to many with my shaving problems. I picked up a starter DE razor from walmart i think it was Van der haggen and started with that. After 2 weeks i out grew it and needed something more aggressive. Research pointed to the Muhle R41. Ive been shaving with it, pairing it with Feather blades, for the last week and a half and love it!
Great Razor
West Coast Shaving Classic Collection Razor 78S, Stainless Steel If you are reluctant to try this razor don't be. I bought this with an open comb and have gotten the best shaves of my life. I've been using red personna blades and my head is silky smooth
Worth It
Merkur 34C Heavy Duty Safety RazorFirst off, the price point is so reasonable when compared to any other DE safety razor from a reputable company. The quality is very good and can tell it will last a long time. My brother has one and recommended that I get one and am so glad that I did. The first couple of shaves with any safety razor can be treacherous but you will see that, over time, you'll get better with it. Stick with it. My first experience with a safety razor was a M?_hle which was okay. It probably wasn't that razors fault as I was new to it but can see the difference between the two already. Don't think twice about buying this razor...you'll be glad once you've put it in your hands.
Clearly a Remarkable Razor
Merkur 34C Heavy Duty Safety Razor.The Merkur 34C (or, HD etc.) is rightly regarded as something of a standard among the razors that are available today. I like my silver model so much that I bought a gold one too--really just because I like the 34C/HD. This razor obviously (read the reviews) pleases a lot of people; nevertheless, not every one. I personally like the thicker, shorter handle. It makes finding a balance point on up the handle toward the head of the razor easier for me, given the way I like to hold any razor. I also find the texturing of the handle assuring. Some razors worry me the whole time I am shaving, because they feel as if they are about to twist some way that will end up with me getting cut. That's not the case with the 34C's handle. And, I like the weight of the razor. It's not called "Heavy Duty" for nothing. It is heavy by comparison to most DE razors. I find that used the right way, the weight allows me to shave with less manually applied pressure. I like that feeling--but everyone may not. Someone coming over to the HD from using a multi-blade completely disposable or throwaway head razor might find the light touch peculiar. At first it certainly is easy to apply too much pressure, which can produce all kinds of odd effects, many unpleasant. he razor is obviously a Merkur, and I find that it requires holding at an angle similar to other Merkur two-piece razors, say, like the 1904. I had to get used to this kind of razor at first, because I had been using other brands, such as Feather, Gillette (Fat Boy and Thin), PILS, and even the Merkur Futur and Vision. I may be strange, but I like to shave in rotations--brushes, soaps and creams, and razors. The rotations are each systematic but separate (razor, brush, cream or soap), and this produces lots of different combinations in the mornings. Maybe it's silly, but I find it to be interesting and fun first thing in the morning. When I see one of my two 34Cs coming up in the razor rotation, I find that I look forward to using them. I wouldn't say that the HDs are my very favorite razors. That accolade goes to a Gillette Fat Boy that belonged to my father and that I watched him used during my whole childhood and youth. It is probably purely sentiment that makes this one my favorite razor. After this particular Fat Boy, another Fat Boy and my two HDs come in a close second. Finally, all of that ramble is to say this: I like the Merkur 34C a lot. It's shape and weight are probably not for everyone, but if someone will give it a little time, in order to get the hang of holding it, applying pressure, and finding the right angle, it could be a razor for just about anyone. The scores that are recorded by reviewers tell the story of the HD's popularity, but even so, no razor is for everyone. But, I belong to the crowd of fellows who really like this one.
Merkur Futur Safety Razor Matte Chrome.I have had a Futur razor for 5-6 years and find it an excellent functional product. The blade change is quick and I'm always in a hurry. The razor stays on my preferred setting. It has a nice weight and feel in the hand. it has an initially higher price tag, but buying replacement blades and switching every 2-3 shaves is a heck of a lot cheaper than the products offered at the supermarket. A great overall product.
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