Weishi Nostalgic Long Handle Butterfly Open Double Edge Safety Razor
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- Hold the blades by the sides. Place the blade in the blade chamber. Give the handle a gentle shake to help seat the blade. Make sure the blade is centered from end to end and hold the razor head level. Twist the knob located at the bottom of the razor handle to close the blade chamber until completely closed and the blade is secure. Now your WEISHI is ready for an unbelievable shave.
- Net Weight of Razor: 74g,Measurement: 11CM total length.
- Pakage contents: 1 x WEISHI Long Handle Version Razor / 5 X WEISHI Stainless Blades / Instructions
- Here are four keys to a successful shave Use as little pressure as possible. 1-Let the weight of the razor do the work for you. 2-Hold razor by the tip of the handle. 3-Angle the blade at a 45 degrees angle. 4-Shave with the grain of your beard.
- This is a beautiful safety razor for either your own use or a gift. The blades are in the bottom of the black safety razor box.
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Simple quick and safe blade replacement.This razor uses the "butterfly" opening mechanism to quickly change blades. You simply twist the knob to open, insert the new blade then close to firmly secure the blade. Use standard double edge blades. This is a beautiful safety razor for either your own use or a gift! Pakage contents: 1 x WEISHI Long Handle Version Safety Razor / With 5 Blades.
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Or for anyone else who shaves their arm pits, legs, and pubic region.
I can't say enough about this razor. I have been using this type of razor for two weeks now and really enjoy it. I used to use Venus razors but I could never tell when they were done, and they are so expensive so naturally I would use one for a month or longer, like a dencent lady working on a budget. My boyfriend made the switch almost a year ago and I figured I'd give it a go.
I read reviews, specifically from women and heard things like no razor bumps and closest shave, and I can attest that the rumors are true. Since using the razor my arm pit bumps are nearly gone. I can't say for my bikini line just yet. As for closest shave, it really depends on the blades you use - I got a variety pack and still haven't quite found my blade.
Now for making the switch and how to not cut yourself. The first time I used this type of razor I didn't cut myself. If you go slow, pay attention, and use it like any other razor you'll be fine. There are numerous tutorial videos you can watch if you feel uneasy. I got cocky on my second shave and nicked my knee, which is possible with any razor. I just shave in the shower and use a bar of soap, but just because life on a budget.
I could tell the moment my blade got dull too. But so you have an idea: 1 double edge razor for legs, one leg for each side, and one dbl blade will get about 4-5 days of arm pit shaves. The long handle one was suggested and I must say I fully agree. They're about 4" long. Good luck!
1. Be VERY aware that safety razors are double sided, if you are shaving in the nether regions and aren't being careful you will cut yourself.
2. The angle is very important, it doesn't pivot so it takes some getting used to
3. GO SLOW. Treat it like a Sweeny Todd blade. If you don't want to be bleeding candy goo, then go slow. These aren't meant for last minute rushing to get out the door but I'm wearing shorts so gotta shave. If you rush it you WILL cut yourself.
Keeping those things in mind it's just a matter of getting used to. I will absolutely NEVER go back to disposable razors. I have zero "shadow" after I shaved my bikini line and it's the smoothest I've ever gotten it. Do yourself a favor and switch over.
The manufacturers recommend shaving just after getting out of a warm shower. I do that anyway. It's the way I've been doing it for years. The hot water and steam soften your facial hair. My first shave left some razor burn. The problem was my shaving cream. Time to switch from the white foamy stuff to a gel. No need for the expensive stuff. The store brand works just fine.
A few tips...
Go with the grain on the first pass and then against the grain on the second. There's no need to lather twice. Use short strokes. Don't press down. Let the weight of the razor do the work. There's no need for special oils and creams or brushes unless you want them.
I found YouTube an excellent source for tutorials. Just searching "How To Use A Safety Razor" on YouTube will bring up a wide selection of How-To vids.
Overall, this is a great value for a great shave!
For the price, this WEISHI razor is unbeatable. It has a very sturdy construction, and the textured handle is rougher and grippier than my old razor, which I prefer. My old razor had a sort of spiral texture up the handle, which is more elegant, but I feel that the WEISHI is easier to hold with wet hands. It also has a good weight to it.
- The locking mechanism is tight and secure. It doesn't "lock", just like my old Parker 99R didn't, but I haven't had the doors loosen during use yet.
- This razor is amazingly forgiving, yet still provides a great, close shave when you want it. I would say its a great razor for beginner-intermediate shavers. I've been using a DE safety razor for 5 or 6 years now, but I haven't hacked my face once using this razor yet, whereas I would sometimes get careless and do so with the Parker.
- I have very sensitive skin, prone to razor burn and also ingrown hairs if I cut too close, and I found that this razor, going with the grain only, has resulted in 0 ingrown hairs or razor burn over the weeks I've used it. That's saying a lot, especially since I used to get ingrown hairs pretty often. Obviously I'm very happy about that.
All in all, I'm not sure what else I could want from this razor, especially for the price. I also don't see a need to spend any more than I did, since for me, this razor checked all the boxes I cared about. Try it and see. I think you'll be impressed.