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Parker 26C DE Razor £15.85 @ themodernman.co.uk

£15.85 @ themodernman
Excellent price for this quality razor, just ordered one from my son, cheapest price I could find. If you register for the first time, you get a code for 10 percent off, you need to spend £15 for free… Read More
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3w, 5h agoFound 3 weeks, 5 hours ago
Excellent price for this quality razor, just ordered one from my son, cheapest price I could find.
If you register for the first time, you get a code for 10 percent off, you need to spend £15 for free delivery, so this puts you just under the £15, so I ordered a pack of Astra blades which were £1.30, and after the discount the total came to £15.43.
The website is very slow from what I noticed, so just bear with it.

Purpose
Part of the new breed learning from old standards, the Parker 26C Three Piece Black Open Comb Double Edge Safety Razor is designed for the experienced or adventurous. A little more ruthless than your average razor, it's even better at providing an incredibly close shave that excels on tough and long beards. Solid and heavyweight, it's a perfect example of why Parker is the go-to brand for shaving excellence. Thanks to the incredible affordability of double edge razor blades, the 26C is also a wise investment for your wallet when contrasted against the exorbitant refill prices of Mach 3 equivalents.

Method
The Parker 26C Three Piece Black Open Comb Double Edge Safety Razor takes all standard double edge blades which are changed by unscrewing the top part and dropping the blade in.

Why it Works
The Parker 26C Three Piece Black Open Comb Double Edge Safety Razor is 93g of solid brass, designed to marry accuracy and durability unlike any other razor. Possessing a 4 inch handle, its length and matte black design encourages a stronger grip while the Open Comb head allows for more of the blade to connect to skin while shaving. The result is a closer feeling shave that'll surprise even storied experts.
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2 Likes #1
Thanks. Been looking to try an open comb so this is ideal. This and an alum block for less than £18. Heated.

Edited By: creepyg on Jun 30, 2017 14:02: Jun 30, 2017 14:02
#2
+1 thanks
#3
thought they made pens
2 Likes #4
Zameen
thought they made pens
You could cut your hand writing with this one!
2 Likes #5
#6
Website is terrible!! oO
3 Likes #7
Hi Everyone,

Really sorry the site is so slow, we are getting hit with a lot of traffic right now from you guys. We are going to upgrade our server on Monday. Don't worry about missing a deal, this is our normal price. X)
#8
Tank
The usual place to get tips and tricks! http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/hukd-de-shaving-thread-1228386
Thanks for that! Never seen this link before.
#9
fine if you feel nolstagic and dont mind the faf but wont give a better shave than a modern razor, it just teaches you how to shave and prep properly as DE's are very unforgiving unlike modern razors. So you learn the hard and bloody way rather than getting away with bad practice with a modern razor Went through the whole excercise of DE's learnt how to shave amd prep properly then migrated back to cartridge razors and my shave is much better. I wont go back to DE's shaving now; life's to short and I am half asleep in the morning. Its an obsession for many who love to tell you how much better their way of shaving is. Learn what works for you. Only real plus is blades are cheap but inconsistent between brands.
#10
dave_stuf67
fine if you feel nolstagic and dont mind the faf but wont give a better shave than a modern razor, it just teaches you how to shave and prep properly as DE's are very unforgiving unlike modern razors. So you learn the hard and bloody way rather than getting away with bad practice with a modern razor Went through the whole excercise of DE's learnt how to shave amd prep properly then migrated back to cartridge razors and my shave is much better. I wont go back to DE's shaving now; life's to short and I am half asleep in the morning. Its an obsession for many who love to tell you how much better their way of shaving is. Learn what works for you. Only real plus is blades are cheap but inconsistent between brands.
Fair and realistic comment, I agree, it is easier to shave with modern razors than DE, and it takes time, but I find it is enjoyable, even relaxing for such a mundane thing as shaving, perhaps it's the whole nostalgia thing, perhaps an age thing, I don't know, but when I tried putting cold shaving gel on my after being used to a shaving brush and cream, it seemed a backwards step, with the blades, I was using the Gillette fusion, and when it came to buying them, the price was obscene, the DE blades, they are almost free, but I suppose it's what works best.
1 Like #11
haggisheid
Fair and realistic comment, I agree, it is easier to shave with modern razors than DE, and it takes time, but I find it is enjoyable, even relaxing for such a mundane thing as shaving, perhaps it's the whole nostalgia thing, perhaps an age thing, I don't know, but when I tried putting cold shaving gel on my after being used to a shaving brush and cream, it seemed a backwards step, with the blades, I was using the Gillette fusion, and when it came to buying them, the price was obscene, the DE blades, they are almost free, but I suppose it's what works best.
I agree with all of the above. The main driver for me was cost. £12 for 4/6 blades every month was just getting silly. Decent razor , shaving stick Boughy 12 for less than a £10 and 100 blades for £15. Next couple of years taken care of. I find a single pass is sufficient for work and save my three pass for weekends.
1 Like #12
rwilts
haggisheid
Fair and realistic comment, I agree, it is easier to shave with modern razors than DE, and it takes time, but I find it is enjoyable, even relaxing for such a mundane thing as shaving, perhaps it's the whole nostalgia thing, perhaps an age thing, I don't know, but when I tried putting cold shaving gel on my after being used to a shaving brush and cream, it seemed a backwards step, with the blades, I was using the Gillette fusion, and when it came to buying them, the price was obscene, the DE blades, they are almost free, but I suppose it's what works best.
I agree with all of the above. The main driver for me was cost. £12 for 4/6 blades every month was just getting silly. Decent razor , shaving stick Boughy 12 for less than a £10 and 100 blades for £15. Next couple of years taken care of. I find a single pass is sufficient for work and save my three pass for weekends.

I found that using a cartridge razor - wilkonson hydro 5 and a razor pit blade sharpener meant I could go a month between changing blades. Unbelivable but true.
#13
anyone know where you can get a matching White vest?
#14
haggisheid
Fair and realistic comment, I agree, it is easier to shave with modern razors than DE, and it takes time, but I find it is enjoyable, even relaxing for such a mundane thing as shaving, perhaps it's the whole nostalgia thing, perhaps an age thing, I don't know, but when I tried putting cold shaving gel on my after being used to a shaving brush and cream, it seemed a backwards step, with the blades, I was using the Gillette fusion, and when it came to buying them, the price was obscene, the DE blades, they are almost free, but I suppose it's what works best.

so pleased you're showing your son this economic , satisfying, and best way to shave -I'm also a convert and supporter of DE shaving - but am wary of the "Open Comb" choice with more blade reveal and aggressiveness - could be a dangerous introduction to DE style for a newbie - a "closed comb" razor MIGHT be better for a first timer until they learn technique etc ? - just a thought - great deal BTW

EDIT - just read a review - as far as open combs go - not TOO aggressive

Edited By: dmm1000 on Jul 01, 2017 22:47:
1 Like #15
dmm1000
so pleased you're showing your son this economic , satisfying, and best way to shave -I'm also a convert and supporter of DE shaving - but am wary of the "Open Comb" choice with more blade reveal and aggressiveness - could be a dangerous introduction to DE style for a newbie - a "closed comb" razor MIGHT be better for a first timer until they learn technique etc ? - just a thought - great deal BTWEDIT - just read a review - as far as open combs go - not TOO aggressive

Thanks for the concern, but he has been using a DE razor for a few months now, he got a cheap £5 one of eBay, and as he has persisted in using it for a while now, I thought I would get him a quality one, he used to get a lot of ingrown hairs when he used his Fusion, but with a DE razor he doesn't, so it works well for him.
#16
Very impressed by this razor. It's reassuringly weighty and feels extremely well made. Results were excellent, even without using my usual Feather blade. My new favourite. Thanks again op!

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