Kriegar Vintage Barbershop Folding Straight Razor - Wood-Accented Handle

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  • Oozes vintage German style, finesse
  • 3” mirror-polished stainless steel blade
  • Blade offset with wood-accented handle
  • Tackles most day-to-day cutting jobs
  • Includes custom-embroidered velvet bag
  • Distinct alternative to ordinary knives
  • Classy and suave; Overall length: 9 5/8”


The elegantly appointed Kriegar Vintage Barbershop Straight Razor takes you back to the turn of the century - a time when men were truly men and didn’t need five shielded blades to trim their whiskers. Nothing exudes style and finesse better than an old-school razor, and this sleek, wood-accented folder really shines with its vintage German style and old-world hand-forged craftsmanship. In day-to-day cutting tasks when most men reach for their ordinary, dime-a-dozen pocket knives, set yourself apart as a real gentleman of class, character and distinction by brandishing the old-school, super-suave Vintage Barbershop Razor. Its 3" mirror-polished stainless steel blade is ample for typical cutting jobs, and it displays beautifully on any bookshelf, desk, curio case, mantle, etc. At this impossibly low price, it's painless to get two - one to carry and one to showcase. Better yet, get three and give one away! It's sure to be the gift everyone remembers, no matter the occasion. The Vintage Barbershop Razor includes a custom-embroidered velvet bag that's every bit as cool as the straight razor itself. Measures 9 5/8" overall.

38 KG102


Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.65 out of 5
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Kevin Causey
Mar 25, 2015
(5 out of 5)

Beautiful and sharp right outta the box. Bigger than I thought it would be! Very tight, can't open with one hand, takes a while to loosen up. Overall great quality for the money.

 

Doug Sanders
Jul 27, 2014
(5 out of 5)
Razor sharp

Despite other comments I've read here, mine was truly razor sharp!(Made a large bald spot on my arm) Also it is very beautiful and well made. I'm very happy with this item.

 

Rick Starr
Jun 26, 2014
(5 out of 5)
Good Razor

Very Pleased. Needs a razor strop for fine sharpining. Well made.

 

hayden
Sep 24, 2013
(4 out of 5)
well it looks nice

The razor came just about as dull as a butter knife. I found it difficult enough to cut even one strand of hair with let alone use it for shaving. After a good sharpening its decent but i still need to buy a strop. The razor is very hard to open and forces you to grab the blade to open it. It was nice that it comes with the draw string pouch but from the way it feels it cost about 5 cents. For the price you cant really complain and with a little bit of work it can be a decent razor.

 

patrick dale
Aug 07, 2013
(5 out of 5)

WOW! WOW! WOW!...
this thing is gorgeous, elegant, and simply stylish every bit of perfect. That old world shave is just seconds away.
10 of 10. I wish the scale went to GREAT.

 

Chris de Ocejo
Jul 31, 2013
(4 out of 5)
Sharpen Before Use

I got straight-razor shaves while travelling in Asia, and loved them - for which I decided (beside saving money and the environment) to lay out for a straight-razor. My recommendations for those following my path: #1) SHARPEN, HONE, STRAIGHTEN, STROP. Out-of-the-box, for my beard at least, this blade simply isn't sharp enough. If you can find and afford it, I recommend getting a proper bevel; at least you should lay out for a stone-grind sharpening kit, a straightening steel and a strop to make sure you cut chin-whiskers, not arteries. It's an investment - think of how much you spend on safety-razors each year, and I bet you'll find it cheaper to switch to the straight-razor. If you shave daily, I'd recommend honing the edge every 3-6 months. #2) PAY FOR THE PROPER LATHER. Shave after a hot shower, or use a hot towel for a couple minutes before you shave. Lay out for the proper shaving soaps, not that canned #!$% at the store. Pre- and post-shave oils or after-shave (I like a scented linseed oil) will make sure you've got a face as smooth as a baby's bottom and a helluva lot sweeter-smellin'. You may not even need to shave every day. #3) Patience, PATIENCE, *PATIENCE.* Think of every time you shave as an opportunity to learn about your face and skin, your straight-razor, and yourself - the same as learning a[n martial] art. It took you lots and lots of practice to [fill in your particular skill here] - using a straight-razor, like your grandfather or great-grandfather did, is no different. I promise you will come to love it, and I guarantee that if you do, your beloved Kriegar pakawood razor will be the same blade to glide across your grandchildrens', great-grandchildrens' chins.

 

Jarrad
Jul 13, 2013
(3 out of 5)
Decent

Very nice blade, but not sharp enough to shave.

 

Daniel cassidy
Jun 05, 2013
(5 out of 5)
superior

very sturdy razor and appears to be able to hold a sharp edge. Came very sharp right out of the box.

 

Steven
Mar 28, 2013
(4 out of 5)
Great Razor

Very happy. Cool design and it fits into my mini mag flashlight case if I want to carry it on my belt. Always gets people attention when I do! Get one for yourself!

 

Brian
Mar 03, 2013
(5 out of 5)
Best straight razor I have ever owned

Beautifully made, flawless, ready to shave out of the box. I've always preferred German razors, but this outshines my other ones by far. It is truly a beautiful piece. Highly recommended

 

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