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The Magic Razor

by Charles Spilo
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The Magic Razor

by Charles Spilo
SBS-730700
$10.99

The Magic Razor is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 6.
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  • Alternative to classic straight razor Imported from Italy
    The Magic Razor is an affordable alternative to the classic straight razor, the Magic Razor uses half of a double edge blade for shaving, cleaning up necklines and finishing sideburns. Use with comfort-coated Personna Double-Edge Blades. Blades sold separately
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Rated 2 out of 5 by from No blade Didn't realize that it came without a blade, so haven't used it yet.
Date published: 2019-01-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good if you’re just starting out.... I bought this a few days ago in store and while the price is good, the quality just isn’t what I was expecting. The razor doesn’t lock in properly putting clients and barbers at risk of cutting themselves or others
Date published: 2019-01-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Razor! I’ve been traditional wet shaving for 4 years now with Vintage Gillette safety razors and new models. Recently I’ve been learning to use a straight razor/ shavette. This is my 2nd shavette and it’s way better than my other one. This has a thicker spin much like a real straight razor giving you a better grip plus it’s easier to load a blade. If your looking to buy this buy this razor get it! Also when I first opened the package the loading tray was sliding out very easy and I thought something was wrong with it, after putting a blade in its solid! Again great razor!
Date published: 2018-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Way To Be Old School I had gotten back to wet shaving with a brush and soap, and a double edged razor. I saw this straight razor in a Sally store, and thought, "I'm going to try to REALLY be Old School just to see if I can do it. I shaved for the first time EVER with a straight razor, and did it without a single nick or cut. It really isn't that hard, and I got a really great shave! By inserting a new half blade into the razor when needed, it will always be sharp. It was money well spent.
Date published: 2014-08-26
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Does it have a guard

Asked by: Sailors1492
no, when you flip it closed it covers the blade. when you flip it open the blade it exposed. Not the entire blade just enough to cut.
Answered by: trishanne
Date published: 2019-03-05

How would this be for trimming Beards?

Asked by: wyrmstone
for beard trimming I would go to a professional. this is an extremely sharp blade.
Answered by: trishanne
Date published: 2019-02-06

What Razors Does This Use ?

Asked by: Oscar1997
Double edge blades that snap in half 
Answered by: Johnny c
Date published: 2018-12-20

Does this have a permanent blade or do you use replaceable razors

Asked by: Theresa Wilkinson
You have to purchase replaceable blades for it
Answered by: Jossbijol
Date published: 2018-11-07

Is this sold in store

Asked by: Dmartin11
yeah
Answered by: karky777
Date published: 2018-11-07

How do you load the blade??

Asked by: 535jdrGracie
If you look at the shank of the razor you will see that most of the steel is folded around a removable central blade holder. You will know the holder when you see it, by the jimps or ridges on the ventral edge at the end of the shank portion. Those are to give your thumb a good grip as you push the holder out the end of the razor. Go ahead. Push it out. More detail: hold the razor in your right hand with the spine down and the part that looks like it should be the shaving edge facing up. With your thumb push the holder to the left, out the end of the razor. Put the main part of the razor down and concentrate on just the holder for a bit. You should have a half DE blade ready to go. These are the regular ordinary double edge safety razor blades. Snap it in half or cut it in half with sturdy scissors or buy some already cut in half. Anyway without changing the orientation of the blade holder, examine it carefully. There is a wide tab folded up that holds the blade roughly in position. Outward toward the end of the holder there are three lugs. Two are just little round bumps and one is a very small hook. Same past the other end of the big tab, toward the shank. Hold your half blade with the edge up and stick the central part between the body of the holder and the wide tab. The blade will sit down into the hooks which will hold it and keep it from falling deeper into the holder. The four round bumps engage in other notches in the blade and help keep it from moving around. Carefully reinsert this assembly back into the main part of the razor and Bobs yer uncle. Lather, and shave. Keep your shave angle VERY low, lower than with a straight razor. The spine should nearly drag on the skin. Too high an angle and you are not shaving, you are scraping. If your aftershave burns, you scraped. Don't use pressure. Think of it as scooping up lather rather than scraping the whiskers off and you are off to a good start. Stretch the skin forcefully. Tight flat skin resists cuts. Slack, flappy skin invites them.
Answered by: GrowleyMonster
Date published: 2019-02-24

I've had one of these for years use it with Derby blades, but they always sit at an angle. Am I using the correct blades?

Asked by: goatman666
it shouldn't be at an angle, when you slide it in, you should only see a very slight edge of the blade and it should be level.
Answered by: trishanne
Date published: 2018-05-02

Can the general public purchase this blade and refill blades?

Asked by: nannyj53
Yes. Blades are sold separately. 
Answered by: Charly13
Date published: 2018-03-14
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