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Feather Double Edge Shaving Razor
- Feather double-edge razor by jatai comes with 2 hi-stainless blades
- The cutting performance of the blades surpasses any other replacement blade razor on the market
- Feather has created the most innovative razor in the world
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DirectionsTo open twist opening knob on throat of handle to the left and razor head opens. Load blade to hook over positioning bar and to drop blade into place. To close twist opening knob fully to the right and that locks blade into razor.
Top Customer Reviews
The best feature of this razor in my opinion is the more sloped profile of the cutting head. The vintage safety razors from Gillette had a head like this, before they moved to a more "slim" profile in the early 1960's, ostensibly making it easier to shave the tight areas under the nose. But in keeping this "fatter" head, the Feather Popular is a very good choice for those with sensitive skin, since it requires a less-steep blade angle. The drawback to this, combined with the razor's overall light weight, is that the shave is very mild. But if paired with a very sharp blade like Feathers (probably the sharpest blades currently available by some stretch), it's possible to get a close, smooth shave with no irritation. And it's also worth noting that blade alignment in the cutting head is even on both sides. You'd think this goes without saying, but you'd be surprised at how many modern TTO's don't get this right. The blade is also locked securely in place.
However, given the Feather company's high standards, I have to wonder why 85% of the razor is plastic, including the entire lower portion of the cutting head. This affects the razor's glide a bit and shaving cream/soap scum is more noticeable on the black plastic over time. But that's more of a cosmetic concern and it doesn't mean the razor is "cheap" by any means.Read more ›
I just bought this razor for $20.00 that came in a plastic case and a pack of Feather blades (like all razors used to come) and I was completely shocked at how good a razor this is. It shaves exactly like my 1970 Gillette G1000 (was called the Gillette Knack between 1967 - 70)which was famous for a great close razor-burn free shave with one difference: This is a better made razor. Perfect balance, perfect lenght, and the TTO at the top of the razor is bigger and easier to open than the old Gillette. I love this razor!
As to the complaints from some about it being a "plastic razor"...So? My Glock .45 has a forged steel slide that blows back to eject a spent shell by using the energy from firing a 230 grain .45 round on a polymer frame and after over 1000 rounds fired the "plastic" frame is still just fine. Don't knock this razor for the use of a polymer base and handle, If taken care of it will last as long as a plated brass razor. The head is stainless steel as is the TTO dial and being made by a company that for over three decades has made some of the best surgical instruments for eye and nerve surgery in the world, I'm glad they decided to branch into the shaving business as a side line.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is probably the best low priced DE shaver on the market. It also beats 90% of expensive DE razors. Gives a Mach3 experience for cheap. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Peter
One of the hidden Gems in the shaving world! This razor is quite a surprise in its quality and performance. Read morePublished 7 days ago by D.Staton
I will give this one as a gift, I use a Parker but I wish I had found this one before I got the parker. It looks really well made considering the price.Published 10 days ago by MPS
Switched from a Gillette Mach 3 and I'm loving this razor.
You do have to re-train your shaving technique with a safety razor. Read more
Horrible razor. I didn't realize that Feather would make such a cheap product, it is not even good as a travel razor.Published 12 days ago by Geoff Pierson
Quite cheap steel and i don't know what happened but after a while it got dark and now doesn't look nice. But still it works good. I have it for trips.Published 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
31 years ago my father gave me a butterfly razor when I started to shave, and I still have that one. Read morePublished 28 days ago by GentleVandal
you might as well ask Hannibal Lecter for a shave. this thing is flatout dangerous. if you want to switch to wet D. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nyvie
This is my firs DE razor. I wanted to give it a try because if the price of disposable razors and man am I glad! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paul Rustic