Fatip open comb razor - £13.14 (Prime) £18.13 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Fatip open comb razor - £13.14 (Prime) £18.13 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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Found 1st Feb
Handmade quality razor for a great price. First deal so please correct any mistakes. Cheers
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Seem to recall these are well regarded. Not many options for open comb razors unless you go vintage, maybe not best suited as a first DE razor though.

Get yourself a modern razor what next a back and white tv :):)


it’s a joke before the comments start coming
Edited by: "eslick" 1st Feb
Just bought a Mercur 33C last week, and I've already put the Gillette in the cupboard and forgotten about it - takes an extra few minutes in a morning to shave, but it is far more satisfying with a proper razor.
Macdory15 m ago

Just bought a Mercur 33C last week, and I've already put the Gillette in …Just bought a Mercur 33C last week, and I've already put the Gillette in the cupboard and forgotten about it - takes an extra few minutes in a morning to shave, but it is far more satisfying with a proper razor.



I've had the same experience with an edwin jagger de89 (used for 3months), I have tried a bunch of different blades though. Haven't tried an open comb razor however. Your 33C like my de89 require you to stretch the skin taught when shaving... Open combs are supposed to do the stretching for you... no idea how well they work.

Also for anyone interested, there are quite a few non vintage open comb razors from Muhle, Merkur and Parker.
Edited by: "Heisenborg" 1st Feb
Heisenborg2 h, 45 m ago

I've had the same experience with an edwin jagger de89 (used for 3months), …I've had the same experience with an edwin jagger de89 (used for 3months), I have tried a bunch of different blades though. Haven't tried an open comb razor however. Your 33C like my de89 require you to stretch the skin taught when shaving... Open combs are supposed to do the stretching for you... no idea how well they work.Also for anyone interested, there are quite a few non vintage open comb razors from Muhle, Merkur and Parker.


Interesting, I've never heard of anything about different techniques, and tbh don't really stretch the skin apart from the dimply bit above my chin and on my neck. Maybe it would have helped when I tried on old type, which felt like shaving with glass (I'd imagine), much preferred my 7 o'clock new type.
Macdory2 h, 59 m ago

Just bought a Mercur 33C last week, and I've already put the Gillette in …Just bought a Mercur 33C last week, and I've already put the Gillette in the cupboard and forgotten about it - takes an extra few minutes in a morning to shave, but it is far more satisfying with a proper razor.


37c slant is a nice shave if you're the type to mix it up with a selection of razors.
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