Edwin Jagger DE89BA-11BL Barley Handle Chrome Plated Safety Razor #10

SKU: PPS-DE89BA11BL

Description

This is one of the most popular starter double edge razors! This razor provides mild to moderate shaves, derby blades come included, and the handle combines a functional gripable knurling and gorgeous style. A great everyday razor that's equally suited for the novice or connoisseur. With the Barley handle, you get great grip without sacrificing high class British style. A smooth shaver with included single Feather blade. 

Country of Manufacture: England
Type: Double Edge Razor
Weight: 73g
Finish: Polished Chrome

Included: new razor
More Information

This classic safety razor by Edwin Jagger has an exquisite barley patterned handle in a chrome-plated finish. The neck of the razor is emblazoned with the Edwin Jagger brand. The shaving head is outfitted with a precision closed comb with a classic straight guard to help you avoid irritation, for a perfect shave.

Compatible with all standard double-edge blades (Merkur, Derby, Feather, etc). The experience of our customers who are new to wet shaving is that purchasing a razor blade sampler alongside their first DE razor is the best way to figure out which blade brand is best suited to their skin type, style of shaving and razor type, before making a purchase of a large quantity of blades.

Weight: 2.2 oz (63 g)
Length: 3 1/4" (8.25 cm)
Made in England

 

Edwin Jagger DE89BA-11BL Barley Handle Chrome Plated Safety Razor #10

SKU: PPS-DE89BA11BL
$50.00
Gift wrapping: Options available
UPC:
5055299005880
Condition:
New

Description

This is one of the most popular starter double edge razors! This razor provides mild to moderate shaves, derby blades come included, and the handle combines a functional gripable knurling and gorgeous style. A great everyday razor that's equally suited for the novice or connoisseur. With the Barley handle, you get great grip without sacrificing high class British style. A smooth shaver with included single Feather blade. 

Country of Manufacture: England
Type: Double Edge Razor
Weight: 73g
Finish: Polished Chrome

Included: new razor
More Information

This classic safety razor by Edwin Jagger has an exquisite barley patterned handle in a chrome-plated finish. The neck of the razor is emblazoned with the Edwin Jagger brand. The shaving head is outfitted with a precision closed comb with a classic straight guard to help you avoid irritation, for a perfect shave.

Compatible with all standard double-edge blades (Merkur, Derby, Feather, etc). The experience of our customers who are new to wet shaving is that purchasing a razor blade sampler alongside their first DE razor is the best way to figure out which blade brand is best suited to their skin type, style of shaving and razor type, before making a purchase of a large quantity of blades.

Weight: 2.2 oz (63 g)
Length: 3 1/4" (8.25 cm)
Made in England

 

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  • Posted by Mike1962 on 23rd Jun 2016

    5
    Very pleased

    I've been using a Merkur 23c which I really liked, but this one seems even better and it's workmanship is nicer. Very easy to handle and excellent shaves. I used Derby Extra blades the first few times and they were just right for me-not a single nick. Then, I made what turned out to be a mistake and tried a Feather-it was too sharp and aggressive for me. It butchered my face, a lot of nicks. So, it's back to Derby and I think that's where I'll stay!

  • Posted by Unknown on 16th May 2016

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    4
    Very good for sensitive skin

    It takes some getting use too and requires more skill in using it, as opposed to the traditional raisers that are used today. But once you get the hang of it, the safety raiser is a very efficient tool that does not leave any cuts or raiser burns when shaving. I find that I am breaking out less and less due to using only one blade and not 3 to 5 blades, that I believed was causing the breakouts.

  • Posted by Robert on 3rd Mar 2016

    2
    Head screw broke before I got to use it

    After taking the razor out of the box, I unscrewed the head to place a blade inside. The screw broke off before I even got a chance to use the razor. It appears to me that the alloy used in making the screw is not strong enough and should not be used in making a man's shaving razor. It should be able to withstand the rigors of shaving... pulling, twisting, or even being dropped in the sink, A $50.00 razor should last a lifetime. I will be returning this razor broken...and still unused.

  • Posted by Unknown on 6th Sep 2015

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    4
    Good razor

    Good weight and does what it needs to do. I wish the website would list all of the "starter" razors together so people have a better idea of what to first buy.