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Blackland Blackbird Brass Double Edge Safety Razor (Machined) - Shaving Station
Blackland Blackbird Brass Double Edge Safety Razor (Machined) - Shaving Station

    Blackland Blackbird Brass Double Edge Safety Razor (Machined)

    £175.00
    Tax included.

    DESCRIPTION
    The Blackbird is a modern, double edge safety razor designed, machined and finished in the United States. With looks inspired by the iconic SR-71 "Blackbird" reconnaissance aircraft, the Blackbird razor is as visually striking as it is functional. Each of the Blackbird's three pieces is machined from solid stainless steel to astoundingly tight tolerances, delivering exceptionally close and consistent shaves.

    The machined finish proudly shows off the markings created during the process of machining each razor. The intricate, carefully-planned patterns left in the surface tell the story of the Blackbird's journey from solid steel to finished product.

    SPECIFICATION GUIDE

    Aggressiveness : 7/10
    Ideal shaving angle : 18-35°
    Weight : 103.5g
    Handle length : 85mm
    Material : 303 Stainless Steel
    Finish : Machined
    Base Plate : Safety Bar

    Includes five Personna Lab Blue double-edge blades, made in the USA.

    CARING FOR YOUR BLACKBIRD The Blackbird is robustly built and will last many lifetimes with basic care. While stainless steel is resistant to corrosion, it is not immune. Tea staining or surface corrosion can occur when wet blades are stored in the razor. We recommend loosening the handle of your Blackbird in between shaves to allow the blade and razor to fully dry, preventing corrosion.

    Clean your razor occasionally with a mild soap and soft cloth.
    SHIPPING INFORMATION

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    On orders placed before 2pm (Monday-Friday)

    FREE UK SHIPPING OVER £25.00

    WHY BUY FROM US
    You will be supporting a small UK family business established since 2013

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