Supply The Single Edge Pro Razor: Classic Matte

Supply The Single Edge Pro Razor: Classic Matte

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The Supply Single Edge Pro Razor puts unrivalled customisation into the hands of the experienced shaver who is ready to dial in their shave. A dial built into the head of the razor lets you effortlessly adjust between 6 main settings and 30 micro-settings with a flick of your thumb, allowing you to clean up stubble or trim down a thick beard with precision. Includes 8 non-proprietary Japanese-made Injector Blades (ninety-day supply). Say goodbye to irritation, nicks, bumps and plastic waste.

The Single Edge Pro Razor: Classic Matte  (SERP-CM 2203)

Single Edge Pro Razor
Black Label Blade Pack: 8 blades. Each pack is about a 90-day supply (8-10 shaves per blade).

Approx. 11.2cm (length) x 3.8cm (width of head)

Head and Handle:
Die-cast zinc alloy, coated with aerospace grade PVD chrome

Designed by Supply in the USA. Made in China. 

1. The Single Edge Pro gives you the ability to adjust between 6 main settings and 30 micro-settings. The settings work like your barber’s clippers. Change the setting to how close you want to shave. If you have sensitive skin, or are shaving your stubble every morning, start at a 1. If your face is made of leather and your beard hair feels like steel wool, you should start at a 4. Experiment with the settings - we know you’ll find your perfect shave somewhere on our dial.

2. Insert the key from your blade pack into the head of your Single Edge Razor and push the slider toward the razor to inject your blade.

3. Using the correct angle is very important for a close, comfortable shave with the Single Edge - somewhere between 10-15 degrees rotated from your skin. The easiest way to find your angle is to start by placing the head of the razor flat against your cheek - cutting edge facing the ground.

4. Take a few short, light downward strokes - with the head of the razor sliding against your skin. Then begin to rotate the handle downward - slowly letting the blade make contact with your skin - until the razor starts cutting the hair

5. You found it!

Make sure to use a rich, protective shaving cream to shield your skin from our sharp blades and end your shave with a great after shave to soothe your skin.