Murker Futur Review

Without a doubt what makes the Murker Futur safety razor really stand out is its (as the name suggests) futuristic design. The smooth surface, and sleek lines, with substantial handle really helps separate this razor from any other that you may find in you shave cabinet. But aesthetics is only half the package. The ability to adjust the aggressiveness of the razor, much like the Progress, is the other element that really helps this razor stand out.

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Merkur 1904 Classic Review

The Merkur 1904 classic was the first double edge razor that I have ever purchased and I never looked back. Many double edge razors later, I still find myself coming back to this little razor with the old style feel for a great shave. If you are looking for a first razor I would strongly recommend starting here.

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Merkur Progress Adjustable Razor Review

For the last three weeks I have been using the Merkur Progress and the only regret I have is that I waited this long to pick it up. I never imagined a razor replacing my Edwin Jagger 89lbl as my go to razor, but I am rather confident that, after three weeks, it successfully claimed the label of my favourite razor.

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Merkur 43C Review

Ratings: Overall: Handle: Aggressiveness: Weight: Blade Change: Affordability: Its been a long time coming but now it’s here – my

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Merkur HD 43C First Impression & Comparison

One of the perks of running a wet shaving blog is that I need very little justification for purchasing yet

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The Merkur 23C – Review

I received the Merkur 23C, which is also known as the Merkur 180 or the Long Handled Classic, in a trade I made with a fellow wet shaver. The 23C has the same head as my Merkur 42C, along with a host of other Merkur razors, but I was curious nevertheless as to how the head of this razor performed with the longer handle of the 23C.

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Merkur Bakelite Review – This is Not a Slant

I first became curious about the Merkur Bakelite because of the recent craze, partially fueled by the ItalianBarber, surrounding the Bakelite Slant.

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