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WCS Natural Collection Razor 38W, Walnut

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Original price $28.96
Current price $23.17
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SKU RZ-WCS-38W-C
  • High quality razor from West Coast Shaving
  • Walnut wood-handled
  • Choose from a chrome-plated head in closed or open comb

Since 2007, West Coast Shaving has been meeting the grooming needs of discerning men with luxurious, hard to find, and bestselling items. We are passionate about seeing a return to classic men's shaving, which is more economical, effective, and enjoyable than many of men's modern grooming practices. So, we're at it again, expanding our line of safety razor. If you love wet shaving, tradition, and good workmanship, then check out these wood-handled safety razors to enhance your classic shaving game. Get West Coast Shaving Natural Collection Razor 38W, Walnut.

This handle is constructed of walnut wood and finished so it is long-lasting, water-resistant, and lovely. Walnut wood is known for its strength, stability, and color. While the color can vary greatly depending on where from the tree it is harvested, our handle is a dark, tight-grained option. It has a smooth, hourglass shape to fit nicely into your hand. The chrome-plated hood and end cap add a little glisten to the utensil. The heads are zinc-alloy with chrome-plating. This razor comes with a closed or open comb head. (The handle is compatible with most standard 3-piece, DE safety razors).

We are so passionate about getting these classic tools into the hands of everyone that we've created a high-quality, razor-to-last-a-lifetime at an economical price point. Viva La West Coast Shaving!

Well-balanced and effective, it is subtly etched with WCS on the bottom!

Size:

  • Height - just over 4"
  • Weight - 38g
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P
05/27/2020
PMPReject
United States United States
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Leaves a lot to be desired

The shaving head is one of the best heads I have used. However, the handle loses its finish in less than three months and looks like some cheap attempt at a wood-like finish. Love this shave head, go with a metal handle.

D
03/13/2020
David
United States United States
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Great wood handle feel and shape

I love the feel of the sensuously curved wood handle. The light weight however leads me to feel the need to press to maintain contact between blade and skin more so than with a heavier handle, which has resulted in a greater number of nicks than usual. With bamboo being a relatively open wood, I'm not sure the smooth surface finish is going to hold up. I want to try a denser wood handle such as walnut.

AL
10/28/2018
Alfred L.
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AWESOME

This open comb razor is my favorite razor of all time. Hate I had to waste money going through all those razors to finally find the one that I like.

MW
08/13/2018
Michael W.
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WCS NATURAL COLLECTION RAZOR 38W, WALNUT A GREAT RAZOR!!! MUST TRY !!!

I'm relatively a newbie when it comes to wet shaving. My 28 1/2 year old son who passed away on April 8, 2018 (suicide) got me onto wet shaving one past Christmas. He bought me a Van Hagen razor at a local department store as a Christmas present. He used Persona blades and never had a bit of trouble. He taught me how to use the DE safety razor but I was applying too much pressure. As time went on I had some very nasty cuts. I'm on Xarelto and an 81 MG aspirin at night for blood clots so any cut on my face had to be dealt with a shaving block or a septic pencil. I bought a sample pack of razor blades from WCS and did some research on which ones were the sharpest and which were the least aggressive. I had sort of settled on Shark blades which are made in Egypt as my daily go to blade. But the cuts kept happening. I even went back to the five blade horrors and bought those over-priced razors. But I loved wet shaving and figured I could learn it. I was also a way for me to honor my son. So I read the WCS page about different razors and how that it is important to get a razor which is properly balanced and weighted. So I decided to spend the money and purchase the 38W and give it a whirl. With the first shave there was a world of difference. The head of the 38W is heavy enough that you do not need to add any pressure. I let the razor do the cutting. I opted for the Closed Comb which has the least amount of blade touching your face. Now I can actually shave without butchering my face. There is an occasional weeper but using a shave block or the septic pencil stops bleeding even though I am on blood thinners as I said. I think that what makes the 38W so good for me is that I also use very good shave cream. Right now I'm trying a sample pack of Taylor of Old Bond Street shave creams which provides me with a great lather and I get about four shaves out of a little sample pack. Sandlewood will probably be my favorite scent but I am open to the others. So if you are serious about wet shaving and want to get away from purchasing those expensive five blade razors that cost an arm and a leg I'd highly recommend the 38W. A great little razor for a fair price and you won't be disappointed IMHO... On the blade scene I tried Voskhod which are made in Russia. These blades are very smooth and are teflon coated which makes the blade glide over your skin. I also just used a Persona blade which was the brand my son used and it is a great blade. I've gotten three shaves out of one blade so far. I ordered five more Voskhod and five more Persona Red Israeli blades for a final test. Once I have mastered the art I might move up to Feather blades but they are the sharpest and can give you a real nasty cut if you don't know what you are doing. So again try the 38W...a great razor for a newbie...