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Parker Brass Metal, Nickel Plated Safety Razor 4-1/4" Overall

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Part Number: CC090R
Manufacturer: Parker Safety Razors
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CC090R: Double Edge Safety Razor

Parker brass metal, nickel plated, double edge safety razor. The handle twists to open the butterfly doors. Very solid and well built razor! These are great quality razors for the money.

Double edged stainless steel replacement blades can be found here.
  • Type: One Piece (Twist to Open)
  • Overall Length: 4-1/4"
  • Handle Length: 4"
  • Head Length: 1-3/4"
  • Head Width: 1"
  • Made in India

UPC Code: 016169

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Ola S.
Värmdö/ Sweden
Nov 29, 2011
Pros: Overall Quality
Cons: None
Great Razor
I´m a European client from Sweden and I bought this razor after reading these reviews. This is my first Safety Razor and I´m really pleased with the Parker R90! The Butterfly razor are really easy to use and this is a steady and good looking razor. I chosed between a Merkur, but that model was without this butterfly reloading. It´s a great thing to be able to order over the net, and II find this deal smooth and without any problem. The logistics worked out nice and I thank you for the professional service you offer. It was a seven days wait to get the razor and the other stuff to Sweden, but now it´s here and I like it a lot! Thanks;)
5 out of 5
Peter C
Vancouver, BC
Nov 11, 2011
Pros: None
Cons: None
Replaced the Merkur Futura with the Parker
I just recently replaced my Merkur Futura with the Parker 90. I switched to a safety because the cost of the cartrdge razors was appaling, you are paying for marketing costs. The Merkur was a great razor, lasted me 7 years before the blades started to mis-align, never marred or scratched the entire time. I bought the Parker to try something new and was very impressed; it just gave my skin a much closer shave. The Merkur seems to be a "safer" razor, easy to use and smooth on the skin. The Parker more aggessive (in a good way for me at least) and cuts much closer. Especially better for around the lips, under the nose, and the edge of my chin. I have only used two safety razors and my choice is now the Parker.
5 out of 5
Rodney S.
St. Louis, MO
Jul 27, 2011
Pros: Overall Quality, Durability
Cons: None
Shaving simplified
I have used inherited safety razors for the past several years, and as they seemed to be getting tired, decided to buy this to replace them. The decision was between this and the similar, evidently better-selling Parker with the 4 inch handle. I chose this one because of the longer handle and, to be honest, better looks. I have only one gripe, and it is that when twisting the handle to cinch the whole thing taut after installing or cleaning the blade, you need to twist it firmly and the attractive grooves near the top do not let you get a good grip, especially with wet hands. If it is not firmly twisted and snug, it tends to flex and move about between the head and handle. The fix? Use a towel to aid grip or make sure your hands are fairly dry. I have been using this for a month now and have no complaints. The finish is attractive, the balance is good, the non-adjustable blade is at an acceptable angle and it turns morning drudgery into something of an old-time, elemental, Y-chromosome ritual. This is by far the cheapest way to shave, too. Invest in this razor (or similar), add a pack of blades and some shave oil or shave soap, and you can save serious money over currently marketed, multi-bladed, lotion-stripped, buzzing, over-priced monsters hanging at the super-store.
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