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Parker 24C Safety Razor

  • Parker 24C Safety Razor
  • Parker 24C Safety Razor
  • Parker 24C Safety Razor
  • Parker 24C Safety Razor
  • Parker 24C Safety Razor
Price:
£19.95
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This product must be ordered before Tuesday 17th December to ensure delivery in time for Christmas.


Product Description

Parker 24C Double Edge (DE) Safety Razor

Product

The all-chrome Parker 24C is an open comb three piece safety razor. A great, comfortable and blanced razor - just as you expect from Parker. Also available with a black handle (as the 26C)

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

Those in need of a more aggressive shave.

Grooming Tip

Always rinse excess soap and stubble off your razor after use to prevent a stubborn build-up of residue. This protects your razor but ensures it is ready to go for your next shave without any further prep.

 

Dimensions 

A.

Overall Length

TBCmm

B.

Handle Length

TBCmm

C.

Head Width

TBCmm

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Weight: 90g.  

 

Made in India

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Parker

Parker double-edge razors are one of the newer brands on the wet shaving market today but still have over 30 years of pedigree behind them. The razors are manufactured in India and have developed a following of loyal customers, particularly due to their attractive styling and economic pricing, especially when compared to some of the more expensive brands. Parker offers a good range of razors with a variety of materials and finishes and has recently started to advertise new models with horn handles.