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Men Rock Cut Throat Shavette


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  • Takes all standard double edged razors and comes with 5 free
  • Offers substantial savings over cartridge razors
  • Gives an incredibly close shave and looks cool
  • Laser etched with the Men Rock logo
  • Replaceable Blades no need to sharpen


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The Men Rock Cut Throat Shavette works just like a straight razor, but features interchangeable, double-edged blades that eliminate the need for honing or the use of a strop. With half a standard safety blade that is held firm on closing, the shavette allows for a super-close, barber shop quality shave.

Although the razor uses any double edged blades, we include some free to ensure it’s ready to use straight out of the box. We’re still smarting from ‘batteries not included’ gifts at Christmas!

Dimensions:

Length: 22cm

TIP 1: Washing your stubble with soap/face wash removes oils from the hair allowing the water to penetrate better into the hairs

TIP 2: It is said to take 4 minutes for water the properly soak into the hair to make it shave ready – try using a towel soaked in hot (but not scalding) water

Product Description

Product Description The Men Rock Cut Throat Shavette works just like a straight razor but features interchangeable double-edged blades that eliminate the need for honing or the use of a strop. With half a standard safety blade that is held firm on closing the shavette allows for a super-close barber shop quality shave. Although the razor uses any double edged blades we include some free to ensure it?s ready to use straight out of the box. We?re still smarting from ?batteries not included? gifts at Christmas! Dimensions: Length: 22cm TIP 1: Washing your stubble with soap/face wash removes oils from the hair allowing the water to penetrate better into the hairs TIP 2: It is said to take 4 minutes for water the properly soak into the hair to make it shave ready ? try using a towel soaked in hot (but not scalding) water Product Description Just like a straight razor with the added advantage of interchangeable double edged blades eliminating the need for honing or the use of a strop while still providing the kind of close shave only a straight razor can provide. Complete with a gorgeous Men Rock logo etched onto the blade - full instructions included. See all Product Description

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 41 g
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  • Item model number: MRCTS
  • ASIN: B00BJIGKLU
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 22 Feb 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 34,622 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Lyne VINE VOICE on 16 April 2014
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I have wanted to try "real" shaving for a few years but have not wanted to shell out the money for a full straight razor and all of the other gubbins needed to keep it in a condition suitable to shave. So this device has given me the opportunity to have a go before I take the plunge.

And actually I have discovered that it both works extremely well, and does not require the skill or maintenance (or cost) of a real straight razor.

The kit comes with the razor handle, a pack of double edged blades which require snapping in half before they can be used and a pack of sweets to keep you busy while you wait for the blood to dry out on your face after your first attempts. No instructions on how to shave though which was a bit disappointing.

So a trawl through various YouTube videos yielded the required instructions, and a day or so later I plucked up the courage and had a go. I quickly learned that I needn't have been so nervous. If you follow the instructional videos available and take your time then with a few days of practise you can achieve a finish as good as any multi blade safety razor.

Packs of single edged blades are available on Amazon for a very reasonable amount compared to the cost of safety razor blades, and even if you change the blade every shave (which I recommend) then this is both a very economical and satisfying way to shave.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By SBno1 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 21 Aug 2014
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I was supposed to have had one of these to test, but the wrong item was sent. A few months later I still had the bug to try a cut throat shave so I decided to take the plunge.

I knew it wouldn't be easy and whenever you change your shaving regime there is a period where your skin needs to condition itself to the new method. So I gave this a few weeks and persevered. In the beginning I was sore, nicked, missed bits or just couldn't get the angle right to cut the hair and not my skin. I have quite a fast growth of tough hair and I have to shave every day, so it was a steep and fast learning curve.

After a few weeks I was getting the hang of it, but in the end I asked my self "What is the point?" and "This isn't the 1800s wild west". I just didn't see what all the fuss was about. It is far faster, easier and with the same result to shave with a good quality safety razor - and I am using the same blade! With a safety razor the blade is still in contact with your skin and the angle is set right - exactly as it would be if you used the cut throat correctly.

Whilst there is something to be said about going back to grass roots with a shave, I have moved on. I don't wake up in the mornings and think "It would be nice to take the horse and cart to work today because it is the way it used to be done".

If you are still thinking of having a go, this is a cheap and good starting point. You don't have to strop the blade and if it dulls, then it is easily replaced. If you do get the hang of it and like it, then you can go on to invest in the whole set up - a full blade, strop, wooden chair, porch, a colt revolver, and a piece of dirty, broken mirror to see what you are doing.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ash TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 17 April 2014
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I've wavered between electric and wet shaves for years - I like the convenience of electric, but the closeness of a wet shave is often preferable. Well, if you have worries about time-consumption when it comes to shaving, this Shavette may not be for you as a hurried shave could well be your last!!
This is basically the old fashioned cut-throat razor that has been around for centuries, but with the added bonus of replaceable razors meaning you don't have to sharpen it. Therefore all the same caution of amateur wet-shaving should be adhered to - take your time, think about the angle, move your hand and angle of the razor to match your face's contours. Once you have got the hang of it, (and, if you're anything like me, several plasters later....) this will help upi achieve the closest and smoothest shave you've ever had, provided you use a decent foam as well. Plus the blades are cheap to replace (my barber uses these for doing the back of my neck and he uses a new blade with every customer), and best of all it just looks COOL : both sitting in your bathroom, and in your hand. It makes you feel like a real man.... ;-)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jackiesmackie TOP 500 REVIEWER on 21 May 2014
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My dad likes it but I must admit it loses a star because I worry about him losing an ear. Its the pinkest I have seen his face forever. It takes a little longer to do but I am sure given time he will get quicker and more confidant.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. J. Russell-pattison VINE VOICE on 20 May 2014
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Menrock: The Cut Throat Shavette

I have only once had a shave with a cut throat razor and that was at a barbers which specialised in such things. It was a real treat and felt great.

That being the case I jumped at the chance to try this home edition cut throat razor although things didn’t quite turn out as planned!
But first. The packaging is grand. All sepia and maroon (very masculine) and featuring a picture of a partially shaved and very attractive young man who looks frighteningly cool. Inside is the razor wrapped in tissue paper and a small tube of “love heart” sweets (not sure why?). The overall effect is cool and blokey, although calling the razor a “shavette” adds a rather camp note.

As you would imagine the razor comes with blades which are easy to attach and the whole thing is simple and stylish. A friend suggested that before launching myself at my own face with what can be a quite scarey looking piece of kit that I practice by shaving foam off a balloon. Good idea I thought and so that’s exactly what I did. Anyhow, many balloons later and with the room looking like a shaving foam canister had exploded I admitted defeat. I hate balloons popping and so was a little psychologically if not physically shredded at this point!

So there you have it. Looks stylish and classy. Well made and very cool. How does it shave? No idea. Too frightened to try it! Now seeking medical help for possible tremors!
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