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Edwin Jagger Chrome Double Edge Safety Razor
Edwin Jagger Chrome Double Edge Safety Razor Head
Edwin Jagger Chrome Double Edge Safety Razor Box
Edwin Jagger Chrome Double Edge Safety Razor Set

Edwin Jagger Chrome Double Edge Safety Razor (+ 5 blades)

Edwin Jagger

Regular price $46.95

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One of the world's most popular double edge razors, the Edwin Jagger Chrome Double Edge Safety Razor is an all-around top performer offering great value for money. Ideal for both beginners and advanced wet shavers.

Each part of Edwin Jagger's razors are manufactured with exquisite detail and finished in a smooth chrome plating to provide you with a smooth and close shave. The precision head is weighted and balanced perfectly to give you the closest shave with the least amount of skin irritation, making it a favourite for both beginner and experienced shavers. The simple 3-piece construction can be easily taken apart for ease of cleaning and blade replacement.

PRODUCT FEATURES

  • 3-piece razor with closed comb head
  • Smooth chrome handle
  • Precision, chrome plated head
  • Perfect weight and balance
  • Great for beginners and experienced
  • Includes 5 x Feather New Hi-Stainless Blades
  • Made in Sheffield, England
  • Length: 94mm
  • Weight: 75g

CAUTION
All safety razors and refill blades are extremely sharp, please keep out of reach of children and take care with all use.

BLADE DISPOSAL
At some stage, your razor blade will need replacing and you'll need to dispose/recycle the old one.  The best way to 'collect' your blades is to create a blade bank.  Some great ideas include:

  • a money box from an opp shop or a '$2' shop.
  • an old jar with a tight sealable lid.
  • a small tin with liquid content - cut a slit in the lid, drain, rinse with water and allow to dry.
  • a small old paint/ milo tin with a slot in the lid.

When your blade bank is full you could try the following locations for disposal closest to your location.

  • https://www.safesharps.org.au/ - We have found this site works best if you reside in NSW.
  • Check with you local council - some councils even provide sharps containers.
  • Ask at your local chemist.

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