Is the Merkur 34C worth it?

Is the Merkur 34C worth it?

The Merkur 34C is an excellent safety razor for both beginners and advanced shavers alike. The 34C’s reputation in the wet shaving community is well deserved since it is a quality built razor with very good shaving characteristics.

Where are Edwin Jagger razors made?

Sheffield, England
Our manufacturing processes are second to none and the razors are made here in Sheffield, England, utilising generations of skills associated with the Sheffield steel industry.

Are muhle and Edwin Jagger the same?

Please try again. A: The Muhle R-89 and the Edwin Jagger DE89 have the exact same head. The razor is a result of a collaboration between Muhle and Edwin Jagger. The only difference is in the handle choices for both razors.

Is the Merkur 34C a mild razor?

Moderate Aggressiveness The Merkur 34c is a moderately aggressive safety razor. I rate is as a 4/10, just like the Edwin Jagger DE89. I think this level of aggressiveness is right in the sweet spot for most wet shavers. It allows you to have ultimate control.

Who is Edwin Jagger?

Edwin Jagger, established in 1988, designs and manufactures a range of classic and contemporary high-quality wet shaving accessories. Expert design, carefully selected materials and industry leading manufacturing processes, combined with hand finishing, result in product perfection.

Why are safety razors called safety razors?

First appearing in the 1800s, safety razors got their name for being more consumer-friendly than the terrifying straight razors used in professional barber shops (you know, the ones that look like street weapons).

Is the Merkur 34C good for beginners?

Merkur 34C is a great razor with a closed comb design and a short thick handle with a nice weight. It is a great razor for beginners and expert shavers and continues to be a benchmark for new designs to aspire to.