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Best Selling Traditional Straight:

The BOKER 5/8" King Cutter is our best selling traditional straight razor. BOKER is known for its excellent quality in manufacturing their straight razors.

Best Beginner Straight Razor

We recommend the Dovo Shavette as a beginner straight razor for a couple reasons. 1) Because the shavette takes replaceable blades, then there is no need to hone and strop the blade. This allows a beginner to get a feel for the technique of shaving with a straight razor without worrying about the maintenance of the blade. 2) The razor is at a much lower price point than the traditional straight razors, without sacrificing on quality.

Best Value Straight Razor

At $17, the Parker SR1 is a great value. This straight razor takes 1/2 of a normal DE razor blade.

Most Modern Straight Razor

The Feather Artist Club SS breaks away from the folding design of most straight razors. The shapes of the razor mixed with the materials of stainless steel and black resin make for a beautifully modern design. Feather makes its own blades that are made specifically to work with the artist club razor.

Most Manly Straight Razor

Want manly? From the scales (handle) made of buffalo horn to the gold plated spine, the Dovo Bergischer Lowe Buffalo Horn 5/8" has everything that is manly. It is produced by DOVO, who is well known for its high quality in straight razor manufacturing in Solingen, Germany.

Straight Razor Recommendations Reviews
Great product
This light weight German made shavette is an ideal product to learn the art of shaving with a straight razor because you can feel what's going on. With heavier types of shavettes it's more difficult to feel the slight nuances to get the correct angle. Free shipping is an absolute ridiculous joke. First order took ELEVEN days! Second order took TEN days!! Lame
Great for making wood carvings
I am joking, of course. This is my first straight edge razor, so I don't have much to compare it to. I am getting better with it the more I use it. There is really not much to report... the weak link to any straight razor is the person using it. The blade is sharp, I keep it honed with my strop, and I do my best. I am becoming more and more satisfied with the shave I get as I become more accustomed to using it. It has a good feel to it, and I am pretty satisfied that I have bought a quality razor. I am not sure what a non-quality razor feels like, and I have cut myself, but that's because there is a learning curve involved in using a device such as this. I have dropped it once, and it didn't shatter, I guess that's good. I would have to say that this is a good razor. I feel really happy about it.
great razor
I just purchased this razor after trying a cheaper version that uses disposable blades. I really didn't like how that made my face feel and was hoping that this one would be better. To my surprise it is very easy to shave with and is super sharp. I am very happy with my purchase, and I do have a strop coming soon to help keep it razor sharp. I like this razor and it is well worth the cost. I didn't want to spend too much, so with this one on the cheaper end of these styles I am very pleased. Does the job perfectly.
Per boyfriend handles great compared to other but needs to ship w full length blade. Great value for price.
Leg-shaving lady
This is my first time using a straight razor on my legs, and the results were great! It is simple to use, and as long as I took my time, I did not feel in danger of cutting myself. The main reason I switched was to avoid landfill waste, but this is going to save me money on razors over the long run - very pleased. The blade quality seems great to me - I also bought a strop to maintain it. The handle is simple and functional, but basically black plastic. That was what I expected with the lower price - I didn't want to invest a lot of money not knowing whether or not this would work for me. Great first straight razor.
Looks great and feels great.
Looks great and feels great. Excell my quality at a good price
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