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Merkur 23C Safety Razor

  • Merkur 23C Safety Razor
  • Merkur 23C Safety Razor
  • Merkur 23C Safety Razor
  • Merkur 23C Safety Razor
  • Merkur 23C Safety Razor
Price:
£22.99
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This product must be ordered before Tuesday 17th December to ensure delivery in time for Christmas.


Product Description

Merkur 23C Double Edge (DE) Safety Razor

Product

The Merkur 23C Double Edge (DE) Safety Razor is a beautifully crafted and finished 3 piece razor. The quality which is synonymous with Merkur is evident in every detail... The longer length handle is chromed brass with precision milling along the whole section which allows for a superior grip even when hands are wet. The matching base allows for easy blade swapping and also adds the finishing touch to an eye catching razor. The razor sits comfortably in the hand. and the weight is evenly distributed along the length of the handle, achieving a well balanced easy to use razor. The handle is topped with a plated brass head which is finished in Polished Chrome. An elegant looking razor and a popular favourite. Made in Germany (Solingen).

Product is also supplied with a FREE Pack of Astra Platinum Double Edge Razor blades with a retail price of £2.95.

How to Use

The Razor head is released by unscewing the handle and lifting the cover clear to insert the blade. Slot the head cover back in place, screw and tighten the handle and you're ready to go - Simple!

Recommended for

All skin types.

Grooming Tip

Replace razor blades frequently and before feeling any 'razor drag' for a close, smooth shave that is free of irritation.

 

Dimensions

A.

Overall Length

106mm

B.

Handle Length

97mm

C.

Head Width

41mm

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Product Reviews

  1. Great for girls too 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Mar 2019

    I bought this after reading a recommendation to replace the terrible pink plastic razors aimed at women. I was concerned about trying it due to the large and awkward areas us women shave. I loved it and will never go back to plastic if I can avoid it.

    I also didn't receive the free blades advertised though, which was a little disappointing but I can't fault the actual product.


  2. Totaly classic 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 30th Apr 2016

    Long, heavy and simple Merkur's classical T-razor. Very friendly for beginners.


  3. it glides 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Apr 2016

    A good razor is as important as a good brush and this Merkur is absolutely outstanding.


  4. best shave yet 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Aug 2015

    I've only had this razor less than a week but it is a fantastic razor, my only gripe is that I didn't receive the blades advertised


  5. Great double-edged razor for a convert from plastic disposables 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Jan 2015

    I've used twin-blade Gillette Sensor 3 disposable razors for many years because I found they gave me a reasonable shave and weren't quite as overpriced as some of the "premium" cartridge shaving systems on offer.

    Having done a bit of internet research before choosing this razor, I expected to have a few cuts during the first few shaves as I got used to the heavier weight. However, it was far easier than I'd hoped and I've not cut myself once so far, after 3 shaves. I get a closer finish as well, though I'm taking a little longer to shave, probably because I'm taking it steady in these early days. The Merkur looks and feels much classier in use, with the chromed finish and extra, well-balanced weight. The price from Maguire's Barbershop was several pounds less than anywhere else I could find (as a seasoned online shopper), and with the cost of blades being so much less than disposable razors, I will have recouped the cost of the razor within a year.


Merkur Solingen produce razors and shaving equipment as a subsidiary of the Dovo Solingen. The Merkur company and brand name were taken over by Dovo in 1996, an independent German company based in Solingen founded in 1906.