“Cut-Throat” Shavette/Straight Razor
- Shavette/Straight Razor uses renewable disposable renewable blades
- Gives siimilar close shave however no need for stropping or sharpening the blade
- Uses standard double edged razor blades available in supermarkets/pharmacies
- Handmade in England and comes in protective plastic sheath and box
- Would look good in any bathroom. Measures 22cm when open
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Not for sale to persons under the age of 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over. This item must be used responsibly and appropriately.
The Cut Throat replaceable blade Shavette Razor from Bluebeard's Revenge is ideal for those who like to hark back to the traditional style of shaving. The Shavette features the distinctive Bluebeards logo on the blue handle and the metal blade holder is laser etched with the Bluebeard's skull.
The shavette is a close relative to the straight razor with the difference being that the blades can be changed, just like a safety razor. This means you don't have to worry about stropping and sharpening yet enjoy the closeness of a straight razor shave! Comes delivered in a plastic slip case for protection. Length is 22cm when fully open.
N.B. This Shavette Straight Razor is excluded from our 30-day money back guarantee. This does not affect your Statutory Rights
Directions for use:
- This shavette uses standard double edged razor blades which are readily available in most supermarkets and online. These need to be snapped in half prior to insertion in the holder. This process is very simple, please follow the instructions below.
- With the blade still in its wrapping carefully bend lengthwise until the blade snaps. Open wrapper and place to one side.
- Open the top hinged cover of the shavette until it is fully back.
- Split the blade holder so that the shavette is now fanned out into 3 parts.
- Carefully take one half of the blade you previously snapped in half and place against the location pins.
- Carefully close the other half of the blade holder over the blade until the pins locate in the holes. If the blade moves slightly at this point then just lightly push back in position (but not with your fingers). Push the hinged cover back over the blade holder, a small portion of the edge of the blade should be showing