To solve this problem Shane adopted the same approach that has worked so well in the Blackland Sabre. The threaded post has been modified to allow the Artist Club blade to slide over it, allowing the razor head to be as small as possible. How small? While other stainless steel Artist Club razors have heads that weigh close to 50g, the Vector head is a featherweight at just 17g. And the Vector head is less than half as wide from front to back as the others. Additionally, the Vector head is centered over the handle providing perfect balance rather than being front-heavy like the competition.
The result of all that is the most manoeuvrable and best performing Artist Club razor in existence.
Overall Weight: 77g (Head 17g)
Handle length: 92mm
Material: 303 Stainless Steel
Finish : Machined
Base Plate : Safety Bar
Compatible Blades : Feather Professional, Feather ProGuard, Feather Pro Super, Kai Captain, Kai Captain Titan Mild, Kai Captain Titan ProTouch MG, Kai Captain Sharpblade, Kamisori, Schick Proline P-30
CARING FOR YOUR VECTOR : The narrow threaded post of the Vector requires additional care when assembling. Align the post with the handle and thread the handle on slowly at first to ensure proper thread alignment. If resistance is met, back the handle off before attempting once more. Forcing a misaligned handle may damage the top cap and/or handle. Once the handle has begun to successfully thread onto the top cap, screw the handle on as normal.
The Vector 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 Vector 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. We do not recommend scrubbing a polished razor with a coarse towel or bristled brush as it may damage the finish.