The Leaf Razor Three-Blade Pivoting-Head Razor: Black

The Leaf Razor Three-Blade Pivoting-Head Razor: Black

The Leaf Razor Three-Blade Pivoting-Head Razor: Black

Regular price $129.95
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The Leaf Razor is an environmentally friendly cartridge razor alternative that uses double edge blades. The razor is made from recycled materials: solid zinc and stainless steel with a matte finish. With its lightweight design and pivoting head, it is suitable for face, head, legs, and underarms. Designed to be gentle, customisable and built to last.

The Leaf Razor Black matte finish

Black matte finish
Solid zinc and stainless-steel construction
Unique pivoting head for ease of use
Takes any brand of double edge blade, snapped in half. The Leaf branded blades are ready to load straight out of the wrapper, and require no snapping or modification.
Customisable: can use 1 to 3 single edge blades.

15cm L x 4.5cm W 

10 blade starter pack. Replacement blades sold separately. Packaging is plastic free.

Made in Taiwan

To install the blade, open the blade holder by turning the screw counterclockwise. Load the blades (lower, middle, then top blade). Ensure they sit flat, matching the notch on the side of the blade with the notch on each blade level (this is important).

Load all three blades for the closest shave possible. For sensitive skin or areas, remove the bottom blade.

Finger-tighten the blade holder by turning the screw clockwise until it locks. Note, if the screw does not lock, discontinue use and reach out to Leaf.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Geoff King
The Leaf: the good, the not-so-good

I’ve been reasonably happy with the mass-market brand plastic multi-blade razor for years but the cost of replacement blades is killing, so thought I’d step up a notch or two. Blade cost is much cheaper with The Leaf. The three-blade version was a little too close for me, but two blades gives a very even and comfortable shave. I’m not sure the pivoting head is much of an improvement on a fixed head, for my face at least, but it does give a good shave. A minor problem is the narrow metal handle which can get a little slippery, though the weight overall is substantial and comfortable. The major problem for me is getting in close under the nose. The top plate of the razor does not allow going straight up and under, so you have to come in sideways and it just doesn’t quite get in there and is very fiddly. Sometimes I have to finish off with my old razor.Hello!?