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Edwin Jagger R35611F Fusion Razor, Imitation Ebony, Nickel Plated, Made in England. Designed for optimal comfort and balance while shaving. Superior English craftsmanship and exquisite materials gives you the satisfaction of knowing you have acquired the best. Makes the daily shaving experience a joy rather than something to be avoided. Hand crafted, elegant and durable. Packaged in a handsome box and makes a special gift for someone or yourself. The Edwin Jagger Ebony Handle Fusion Razor is created from carefully selected high impact polyester and finished with a hard chrome plated collar and Gillette Fusion razor head. This classic and beautifully designed razor comes in imitation Light Horn and gives you a great shave. Feels wonderful and substantial in your hands. For safety reasons, the razor is not supplied with any blades.
About Edwin Jagger: Edwin Jagger sets the standard for impeccable male grooming. Established in 1988, they are a family-run business where integrity, promise and inspired design go hand in hand. Their unique appeal has much to do with the personal input of the owner and founder, Neil Jagger, who designs every piece with absolute attention to detail and the highest standards of manufacturing. Edwin Jagger exemplifies traditional English quality style combining it with state of the art design, up to the minute manufacturing techniques and the heritage of long established Sheffield craftsmanship.
It's easy to write, when all you do is tell the truth. I personally do not believe you have any competition. Your attention to detail, superb staff, extraordinary products, phenomenal service, and outstanding prices ensure that. The professionalism that you all exhibit is the benchmark all others will have to try and measure up to... Perhaps not impossible, but daunting to say the least. In having you as an "aiming point," the industry will have to improve, if it wants to even approach you, and your company... The end result will be better for everyone. Please keep-up the great work.
--Carter - Toquerville, UT