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Edwin Jagger DE89L Razor £20.53 @ Shavelounge Free Delivery

£20.53 @ Shave Lounge (formerly Nkd Man)
£23 but drops to £20.53 after using code SR10, also includes 5 Feather Blades worth £1.89, 5 Derby Razor Blades worth another two quid 10 Personna Razor Blades worth £2.95 and 20 Legends London Alum … Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
£23 but drops to £20.53 after using code SR10, also includes 5 Feather Blades worth £1.89, 5 Derby Razor Blades worth another two quid 10 Personna Razor Blades worth £2.95 and 20 Legends London Alum Matchsticks worth £1.75, you also get credited with £1 cashback to use against next order.
It doesn't mention it on the website, but inside the Edwin Jagger box comes the 5 complimentary feather blades.
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#1
watch yourself with feather blades. wow are they sharp oO
#2
srp111
watch yourself with feather blades. wow are they sharp oO
I have just started DE shaving and got 7 o clock razor and blades to see what it was like and now invested in this, think I will start on the Derby ones to get used to them first.
#3
Had one of these for a while and it's a good quality /weight razor. Good price +bonus blades.
#4
haggisheid
srp111
watch yourself with feather blades. wow are they sharp oO
I have just started DE shaving and got 7 o clock razor and blades to see what it was like and now invested in this, think I will start on the Derby ones to get used to them first.
Buy a mixed pack of blades to find which blades are best for you. I can't use derby blades as they feel like they are too blunt and are dragging the stubble out. I tend to use wilkinson sword as they seem to be very smooth and I have tried around 20 different blades in my Edwin Jagger DE89. The personna blades are probably the best out of the blades you get with this de89.

Edited By: kingy666 on Mar 02, 2017 19:41
1 Like #5
kingy666
haggisheid
srp111
watch yourself with feather blades. wow are they sharp oO
I have just started DE shaving and got 7 o clock razor and blades to see what it was like and now invested in this, think I will start on the Derby ones to get used to them first.
Buy a mixed pack of blades to find which blades are best for you. I can't use derby blades as they feel like they are too blunt and are dragging the stubble out. I tend to use wilkinson sword as they seem to be very smooth and I have tried around 20 different blades in my Edwin Jagger DE89. The personna blades are probably the best out of the blades you get with this de89.
Just tried the derby blade and was exactly as you described, in fact the Gillette 7 o clock felt hundred times smoother, will try the personna, thanks for the advice!
Where is the best place for the Wilkinson sword blades? Might get some.
#6
This or a merkur ?
1 Like #7
aj1soad
This or a merkur ?
I thought long and hard this, and went for this one, but here is a comparison.
http://www.primandprep.com/edwin-jagger-vs-merkur/
1 Like #8
aj1soad
This or a merkur ?


very similar razors. try a slant . miles better shave. I like derby blades but persona are a good all round blade. feather are lethal
#9
haggisheid
kingy666
haggisheid
srp111
watch yourself with feather blades. wow are they sharp oO
I have just started DE shaving and got 7 o clock razor and blades to see what it was like and now invested in this, think I will start on the Derby ones to get used to them first.
Buy a mixed pack of blades to find which blades are best for you. I can't use derby blades as they feel like they are too blunt and are dragging the stubble out. I tend to use wilkinson sword as they seem to be very smooth and I have tried around 20 different blades in my Edwin Jagger DE89. The personna blades are probably the best out of the blades you get with this de89.
Just tried the derby blade and was exactly as you described, in fact the Gillette 7 o clock felt hundred times smoother, will try the personna, thanks for the advice!
Where is the best place for the Wilkinson sword blades? Might get some.
I tend to buy blades online through ebay/amazon. You can get 50 blades for under £7, I tend to use my blades 3 times so that is 150 shaves which for me is a years shaving. I also like the palmolive shaving cream which is cheap in tesco's.
#10
kingy666
haggisheid
kingy666
haggisheid
srp111
watch yourself with feather blades. wow are they sharp oO
I have just started DE shaving and got 7 o clock razor and blades to see what it was like and now invested in this, think I will start on the Derby ones to get used to them first.
Buy a mixed pack of blades to find which blades are best for you. I can't use derby blades as they feel like they are too blunt and are dragging the stubble out. I tend to use wilkinson sword as they seem to be very smooth and I have tried around 20 different blades in my Edwin Jagger DE89. The personna blades are probably the best out of the blades you get with this de89.
Just tried the derby blade and was exactly as you described, in fact the Gillette 7 o clock felt hundred times smoother, will try the personna, thanks for the advice!
Where is the best place for the Wilkinson sword blades? Might get some.
I tend to buy blades online through ebay/amazon. You can get 50 blades for under £7, I tend to use my blades 3 times so that is 150 shaves which for me is a years shaving. I also like the palmolive shaving cream which is cheap in tesco's.
Thanks kingy, I order a pack of 5 from the shavelounge to try, also tried the personna and they were much smoother, thanks for that.

Edited By: haggisheid on Mar 04, 2017 07:21
#11
srp111
aj1soad
This or a merkur ?
feather are lethal
lethal ? as in closest shave ever or lethal dangerous ? oO - am kinda nervous about the feathers TBH

Edited By: dmm1000 on Mar 06, 2017 00:51
1 Like #12
dmm1000
srp111
aj1soad
This or a merkur ?
feather are lethal
lethal ? as in closest shave ever or lethal dangerous ? oO - am kinda nervous about the feathers TBH
both..lol. they are incredibly sharp, cut my face to ribbons.
#13
Just get a slant razor or a old adjustable Gillette from eBay. With an adjustable you can change the blade exposure and find what works for you. And slants are just generally better at cutting whiskers.

Tbh feathers are way over rated too.
Again any Gillette's are the bee's knees.
Sputniks are really good, and cheap, but most eBay ones are ancient and don't seem to be as sharp as new factory fresh.

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