Concord Double Edge DE Safety Razor 3-piece model with one pack BLUEBIRD DE BLADES
- SOLID construction and extra long non-slip handle
- 3-Piece model that unscrews and allows to put blade inside
- Perfect for the first time safety razor user os as a backup razor
- Use Standard Double Edge Blades.
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Note: Buy a sample pack of blades with this. First, this razor doesn't come with any. Second, you'll want to try out a bunch of different kinds to find the brand that works for your skin.
The handle is made out of stainless steel and is knurled for non-slip performance. It also has some heft to it. The head (which is two pieces) is well built but nothing special. However, when loaded, the blade exposure is more open than other double edge razors of similar design. This indicates that you are in for one aggressive shave. The trick to this razor (as to most DE razors) is to let the weight do the job. If not, you will most likely pay for it, so have a styptic pencil on hand. This seems like it would be a good entry-level double edge razor but don't be mistaken. Lord razors from Egypt make better entry level razors in this price range.
I would recommend this razor for users who prefer the performance and aggressiveness of Murkur razors but don't want to pay above $30 for one. Of course, the presentation of this razor has its flaws, (the metal on the bottom head is not very thick and the plating of the metal is not up to par with German quality standards).
Let me tell you a secret about this razor. . . It's constantly rebranded. Just compare the Big Roc and Concord razor and you'll see what I mean. Oh yeah, I got mine at a 99cent store with Chinese writing on the package. Good luck!
I hadn't read many reviews by women, so I was a little intimidated by the safety razor. However, I thought that the savings were well worth giving it a try. I also like the fact that it greatly reduces the manufacturing waste compared to shaving with disposable razors.
My husband and I each wanted to try the safety razor. He was nice enough to let me try both razors first to determine which one I liked best and he took the other.
Blade; The Concord razor shows quite a bit of blade edge. However, the angle of the blase is a little less severe than the angle on the Lord razor. I like the Concord best in this regard.
Handle; I liked the deep goove pattern on the handle of the Concord razor best. The handle of the Lord razor has a shallow crosshatch pattern. My sensitive skin didn't like the feel of the crosshatch pattern on the Lord razor. It felt like holding a metal nail file.
Results; I shaved in the shower using sensitive skin shaving cream with both razors. As far as the shave, they are pretty equal. My legs have never felt so smooth. I was also concerned about shaving more sensitive areas, but I was pleasantly surprised by the ease and results. I have not yet cut myself with the razors (knock on wood) due to being very careful and deliberate while using them.
My overall review is that both of these razors are great and will save you money.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It does not open lime a butterfly but my father in law can manage it was an emergency tripPublished 1 month ago by maria luisa
For a cheap razor it's not too bad... I prefer it with the derby razors.... I bought an expensive Edwin Jagger and find myself going back to this razor from time to time..Published 7 months ago by Pen Name
I wanted to try a DE razor as the disposable razors I use are extremely expensive. It was suggested to me to try a safety razor as it would be 10x cheaper and work better. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mickey
its nice but every time i put a blade in, the end of the blade bends more the the restPublished 9 months ago by Rudy Reynoso
You have to take it apart to clean the blade. It doesn't screw open like the rest of them, you have to take it apart.Published 11 months ago by james jr. lay