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MÜHLE R41 SAFETY RAZOR OPEN COMB CHROME

$59.95

Safety razor from MÜHLE, open comb, handle material metal.
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Description

MÜHLE offers the classic safety razor in variants with a closed or an open tooth comb. Due to the principle of their construction and a specially adjusted blade angle our open models facilitate a vigorous, very direct shaving technique. The combination of an open comb with broad teeth and a gap behind the foam edge ensures that stubble and foam are transported away directly, keeping the blade edge free of residues.

TRADITIONAL – Safety razor from MÜHLE, open comb, handle material metal

  • Tooth-comb safety razor – classic blade
  • Handles made of metal with chrome-plated metal highlights
  • sustainable and plastic free – best alternative to disposable and cartridge razors, zero-waste product comes completely without plastic, applies for the box as well

The Material – Chrome

Without chrome the world would forfeit a lot of its lustre. In the finish used for our wet shaving accessories it demonstrates its best qualities: The material is corrosion-resistant, very long-lasting and has a luxurious, alluring lustre. When contrasted with this, the colours and shapes of other premium materials are shown to their very best advantage.

The Razorhead – Tooth-comb razor

The safety razor with open tooth comb was developed specially for practised wet shavers. Due to the principle of its construction, which features a special blade angle, the model allows a vigorous, very direct shaving technique.

As on safety razors with closed combs, the blade is held in place by the curvature of the cap. The combination of open tooth comb and a gap behind the foam edge ensures that the edge is kept free of stubble and residues. This innovative design also makes subsequent cleaning easier.

The shaving result is dependent on the factors beard growth, the density and length of the beard hair, and how these interact with the blade and safety razor. Some will achieve optimal results with a very sharp blade, while others can profit more from gentler blades.

When shaving, the safety razor should at first be drawn across the skin without applying any pressure at all. Shaving with the grain is often sufficient and renders a second shave in the opposite direction unnecessary. The skin should be stretched taut at all times.

The safety razor with its toothed foam edge is predestined for men with a denser, stronger beard growth or for those who prefer to sport three-day stubble. The model variants include handles made of white and black high-grade resin or with chrome-plated chasing.