The Twig Single Blade Razor LEAF

SKU: TheTwigSingleBladeRazor

Description

Meet our version of a classic safety razor—with a single-blade, fixed-head design. The Twig is specifically designed to be easy to use and gentle on your skin, and it delivers a smooth shave that’s better for the environment. 

Unlike traditional double-edge safety razors, The Twig is tuned to be forgiving for a quicker, easier learning curve.

Designed with the smallest safety razor head available. This makes it the most agile and accessible shave, tight spots and crisp edges are a breeze.

Do you shave intimate areas, tight spots, or concave areas? Without a second live-edge hanging out the back (like a normal DE razor) The Twig is far safer and easier to use.

Open the blade holder by twisting the bottom of the handle clockwise. Load a single-edge blade into your Twig. Then, secure the blade by twisting the bottom of the handle counterclockwise until finger-tight. 

With a safety razor's fixed-head, the user keeps a steady 30-degree angle between the blade and the skin. This allows the blade to engage your hair and shave it away.

The Twig Single Blade Razor LEAF

SKU: TheTwigSingleBladeRazor
$59.00
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Description

Meet our version of a classic safety razor—with a single-blade, fixed-head design. The Twig is specifically designed to be easy to use and gentle on your skin, and it delivers a smooth shave that’s better for the environment. 

Unlike traditional double-edge safety razors, The Twig is tuned to be forgiving for a quicker, easier learning curve.

Designed with the smallest safety razor head available. This makes it the most agile and accessible shave, tight spots and crisp edges are a breeze.

Do you shave intimate areas, tight spots, or concave areas? Without a second live-edge hanging out the back (like a normal DE razor) The Twig is far safer and easier to use.

Open the blade holder by twisting the bottom of the handle clockwise. Load a single-edge blade into your Twig. Then, secure the blade by twisting the bottom of the handle counterclockwise until finger-tight. 

With a safety razor's fixed-head, the user keeps a steady 30-degree angle between the blade and the skin. This allows the blade to engage your hair and shave it away.

 
 

3 Reviews

Reviews (3)
  • Posted by Michael P. on 3rd May 2021

    5
    Twig Razor

    I said the stand is NOT rocket science , however , the Twig razor IS rocket science as it fills the job of wet shaving to perfection.

  • Posted by Carlos Pineda on 30th Mar 2021

    5
    Leaf Twig Razor

    I had one of the best shaves ever with this razor the angle of the blade with the handle makes so easy to shave it feels so safe like a cartridge razor but the results are simply amazing, I highly recommend it.

  • Posted by GAMarine on 29th Mar 2021

    2
    Requires Too Much Work

    I have been a wet shaver for decades, most recently using either a Vikings Chieftain DE razor or a Panasonic electric wet/dry shaver – both of which provide exceptional closeness. I decided to try the Leaf single blade Twig based on the online demonstration. I have used it at least six times with both the furnished blades and halves of my own Sputnik brand blades. Regrettably, I cannot recommend it for the following reasons: - Although the blade angle seems somewhat aggressive for me, the inverted weight distribution (weight in the handle) does not work. There is not enough weight in the head to flatten the very small ridges in the skin ahead of the blade, thus leading to nicks and cuts. It also forces the user to press down harder. - The lack of knurling or grooves in the middle section of the handle causes it to become extremely slippery when wet and ultimately difficult to handle – my finger tips end up right under the head/blade. - The handle is largely hollow to allow use of the stand, but when rinsed, the handle fills with water that pours everywhere when turned upright unless emptied before use. - The opening mechanism is counter intuitive – instead of the standard “righty tighty, lefty loosy”, it is the opposite. Tightening causes the blade cover plate to torque in a clockwise direction exposing unequal amounts of blade. Also, the action of the opening/closing mechanism is very coarse and jumpy – certainly not as smooth as it should be. I have tried to like the razor, but will likely end up sending it back.