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Leaf Razor — Obsidian
Ditch cartridges. For good.
The other guys give you a cheap plastic handle to get you hooked on wasteful, over-engineered plastic cartridges forever.
Leaf Razor decided to change things for the better by building a three-blade pivoting head into a beautiful, durable, all-metal razor.
No waste. No plastic. Just a perfect shave every time.
Leaf designed the razor so that you would have your shave, your way, with a timeless quality that you can keep for a lifetime. A perfectly-balanced handle cast from zinc and stainless steel makes it comfortable to hold. A spring-loaded pivoting head will navigate your knees and ankles, or your jawline, with ease!
The only forever razor you will ever need, a seamless switch from disposable razors, and no more need for those expensive blade cartridges!
Each Razor comes with 10 double edge safety blades.
How it works: Any double-edge blade will fit in the leaf razor and are designed actually designed to be able to snap if half. Simply keep the paper on the blades for protection and bend them till they snap! Once your blades are ready, your first step is to unscrew the razor and flip open the head. The screw will never fall out. Next you align the cutouts on the side of the blades, with the features on the blade levels. (a safe and easy process) Lastly, finger-tighten the screw to close the head!
You can customize the shave as well! The bottom slot is the most aggressive, the middle slot has a medium aggressiveness, and the top is the least. So what you can do is either load up all three blades, or you can load the bottom two for a more aggressive shave or load the top two for a more sensitive shave!
What do you do with old blades after changing them?? A blade dispenser is a safe and attractive option. It is made from metal with a slot cut through the top allowing you to slip in used blades. It will hold a couple hundred blade edges! So that will last a few years. Once full, you can bring fro recycilng locally (often accepted with scrap metal drop-off)