The art of shaving has become inundated with a a lot of gimmicks — lubricating strips, rotating balls, vibrating handles and more blades than you have fingers, many of which require a regular subscription to keep in proper working order. Now Rockwell Razors from Toronto, Canada have opted for a simpler approach with their Rockwell Model T Razor.
Constructed from chromed and coated brass for precise balance and durability, the Model T is fully adjustable to your skin type and hair length through a simple twist of the dial on the neck of the razor. This isn’t just a “nice to have” either – it eliminates the skin irritation and razor bumps caused by multi-blade cartridge systems. Easy blade-loading and replacement along with intuitive shave settings make it easy to transition from cartridge razors with no nicks or cuts.
And as its name suggests, the Rockwell Model T Razor is a throwback to a simpler era, when shaving icons like Larry Talbot ruled over America’s bathroom sinks. But it’s also a triumph of functionality and design worthy of the 21st century. And since it comes with a pack of 100 blades, you won’t have to purchase any replacement components for at least two years.
Learn more and get the full specs, or pledge for your own Model T over at Kickstarter.
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