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RZR Shaving

RZR Shaving is a new shaving system brought down to the minimal, and, as with all minimal objects, simple is obligatory, but getting it simple is the hardest. So lots of hard work, testing and thinking was involved in this razor. First of all the look: it looks beautiful, clean, no multiple colors and materials, straightforward metal and that´s it. The blades are made from high grade titanium, so they´ll last for quite a while and keep their cutting capacity much longer than classic mainstream blades. No pivoting heads on this device, keep full control handling the angled head with your hand and wrist. The wider space between blades will also prevent it from clogging while shaving and will dry up quicker. RZR Shaving is also green because it produces little waste. They´re so sure of its build quality it comes with lifetime warranty. watch the video below

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