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Edwin Jagger DE 3ONE6 Stainless Steel Safety Razor, Knurled

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  • 3 piece razor fits standard DE blades
  • Newly designed razor
  • Knurled handle 

If you're an avid fan of the Edwin Jagger DE series, then you might want to check out this lovely new grooming utensil. For over three decades, Edwin Jagger has been producing exceptional, high quality wet shaving products. And you won't be disappointed with this offering, because, as all DE users know, once you get a taste of that easy and comfortable shave that only Edwin Jagger can provide, you'll never go back.

Edwin Jagger's DE89 has been a go-to shaver for men the world over. Now they are releasing a new razor that might become the gold standard for wet shaving aficionados. This 3ONE6 razor is constructed with stainless steel in three individually machined parts just in the handle. The collar, knurled grip, and end cap are all CNC-machined for exceptional precision and consistency. The head is comprised of stainless steel using the latest MIM (Metal Injection Molding) technology. The head is even smoother and easier to use than the much-heralded 89 due to a wider variety of shaving angles, more precise alignment of the two part head, and exceptional clamping of the blade to prevent moving, flexing, or bending. 

The middle section of the handle is stainless steel with a lovely knurling that provided grip in wet environments. Unlike the anodized options in this newly designed razor, this handle option is clean, classic steel. This razor ships with one Feather blade.


Made in England

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Moses P.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Loving my new Edwin Jagger Stainless 3ONE6

This razor is just excellent, from the build quality to the shave. You can feel the design and craftsmanship immediately as it transfers to one of the most satisfying shaves I've ever experienced. Its nice to see a company find the balance between, price, materials, and quality. My absolute new favorite razor.

eric y.
United States United States
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So far so good... I’d call it mild/aggressive. I use it with PolSilver blades and that’s a great combo for me. I did use it once with one of the Feathers it came with... As usual, the Feather did not agree with me.

A West Coast Shaving Customer
Ned L.
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Follow-on experience various blades.

The Edwin Jagger 3ONE6 might be characterized as on the mild-side, though my experience over the last couple of weeks places it squarely between the Merkur 34C and Karve Christopher Bradley equipped with a D plate when using the Feather Hi Stainless blades that are packaged with the razor. I've tried three other brands since. Here is my take. A Polsilver Super Iridium blade is as effective as the Feather in this razor and, to its credit (and recognizing this to be my experience with my beard and skin types) seems a click smoother. I really like using the Edwin Jagger 3ONE6 with a Polsilver blade. It may become my go-to combination. I next tried a Bolzano Superinox Inossibablile. Hated that combination, even after two shaves in hopes the blade's character on the second, three-pass shave might improve. Nope. Likely, never again. The Gillette Silver Blue works well enough, but doesn't feel particularly good. Admitting to indubitable user error, the second shave using the Silver Blue resulted in three nicks and stinging feedback everywhere when applying the alum block. Alum block feedback after using either the Feather or Polsilver blades was minimal and indicative of a great shave. I typically shave daily in three passes and use a blade three times. Next up, a Voskhod Teflon Coated blade. I don't have high expectations but if I'm wrong about that, will report back.

A West Coast Shaving Customer
Ned L.
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1st shave. Hardly can wait for the 2nd!

This is is a beautiful tool and magnificent razor. As I gain additional experience, I’m apt to follow up. But that said . . . Until this purchase, I owned two razors. I purchased a Karve Christopher Bradley with a “D” plate to provide a click more aggression using Gillette Super Blues than what my Merkur 34C was delivering, even with a Feather blade. The Edwin Jagger 3One6 equipped with a Feather blade falls in a delightful sweet spot between the two. Right out of the box I enjoyed an effortless, smooth shave. The 3One6 feels milder than what it delivers in three passes. Audible feedback nearly is melodic. There were much smaller “patches” to clean up. My alum block detected a single small area along my jaw line that is a typical trouble spot. Aesthetically and functionally, this is one great razor. And I was able to score one with the knurled handle! Ahhhhhh.