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Timor Safety Razor 1325 (Closed Comb, 100mm Stainless Steel Handle)

by Timor     SKU PR2326
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Gorgeous looking double edge safety razor - a fantastic choice for beginners, or those who just prefer a more gentle shaving experience.

This Timor Safety Razor has a 3-piece design with a wide closed comb head and a thinner handle. This design is actually one of those vintage German safety razor designs, with its thinner handle and moderate height it has perfect balance, it’s very easy to use.

The razor has a solid steel handle with neat knurling and die-cast head, both plated with chrome. It feels absolutely right in the hand, not too heavy, not too light, very well balanced and exceptionally well made.

The Timor is a mild yet very close shaving razor. Compared to  Merkur 34C, Muhle R89 or Edwin Jagger DE89 it is a little bit less aggressive making it a perfect choice for shavers with sensitive skin.

A handsome everyday shaver, which is excellent for beginners and suitable for most skin types.

Manufactured by highly skilled engineers, so you can be sure that you’re getting a high-quality product, made by a company with nearly 100 years of experience.

- Giesen & Forsthoff Timor 1325
- Solid stainless steel chrome finish Handle
- Razor head material: Die-casted head

- Handle height: 100 mm
- Overall height: 109 mm
- Weight: 85 gr

Made in Solingen, Germany by Giesen & Forsthoff.

Brand: Timor

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Alok L. (Auckland, New Zealand)
Wow just Stunning!!

I feel so deprived that all these years I've been using these terrible rip off mach 3 plastic cartridges 😭. Why did my dad stop using his safety razor? am gonna get him back on track. This Timor razor based on Frank's recommendation is hands down the best switch for my wallet and the environment for decades to come.... 1st shave with a safety razor and not a nick, yes I was careful.

Once I get shaving soap and ditch the nasty spray foams I will be in heaven 😇. Don't buy a cheap razor to "try". Get the finest crafted German razors. The blades are so cheap and I just collect metal scraps in an empty peanut tin and drop off to the metal recycling on my way to work.

Frank's service is what topped it as there was a defect with a cut throat razor. Frank sent a return label and I decided on a safety razor. Whole experience with Fine Shave is amazing they're shipment tracking notifications are 2nd to none. Got a bulk set of sample blades to find out what works for me too.