MUHLE SHAVING

MUHLE SHAVING | Safety Razor | R89 closed comb

AU$79.90 AU$89.90 (You save AU$10.00)

Muhle Shaving Double-edge safety razor R89 with closed comb 

This razor is made for the one who has learned to enjoy shaving, for whom the 5 minutes in the morning are like for others appreciating 'slow food'. There is a place for 'slow shaving' too! Created for ambitious wet shavers, our classic, the "Made in Germany" Mühle R89 savety razor with closed comb is a minor miracle of ergonomics, precision and beauty for a smooth shave in the old fashioned but very exact style. A safety razor is also ideal for trimming the edges around your beard. The elaborated design combines high-quality metal-working (chrome-plating) with an extremely fine engraved finish.
It comes in a presentation box with short instructions together with one blade - the ideal mens gift. And if you want it all, add the matching Muhle M89 brush with silver tip badger hair, the highest quality hair, and you'll have an exceptionally beautiful set.

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"Among our gifts for men this razor is one of the most sought after
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Details for Muhle-Shaving safety razor R89

  • Chrome plated metal handle
  • Replaceable classic razor blade
  • Dimension 95 x 53 mm
  • Weight 64 grams

Origin

Made in Germany

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Height 10.00
Depth 17.00

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5 out of 5 (based on 1 rating)
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Beautiful razor and a great shave

5/5
This razor is a very beautiful piece of kit. This is the first DE razor I've ever tried, and I've found it to be fantastic. Simple 3 piece design (not including blade), a good weight, well balanced and very gentle on the skin, much less aggressive than the plastic razors I was used to. A wonderfully close shave with no irritation, and it looks great. I've been using it with shaving soap from Taylors of Old Bond St.
Posted by Simon, 6th Jun 2012