Böker – straight razor “The Celebrated Birche”

139,95

A premium straight razor with a 6/8 inch blade made with especially clean cutting carbon steel with a pointy back and a polished shaver head. The valuable gripping plate in a modern shape coming with a Böker-tree-emblem is made of fine curly birch.

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Description

Since the founding year of Böker in 1869, the razor workshop lays all its focus on best materials and on a high production quality.

The Böker straight razors made of non-stainless carbon steel offer highest cutting properties and can be easily sharpened, defining ultimate quality.

All Böker straight razors are made extra hollow with the help of rampart. Thanks to the rampart, the blade can be polished into this extremely thin material thickness and still contains enough elasticity. Globally, only the very best and qualified polishers master this supreme technique.

Made entirely by hand in the Böker straight razor workshop in Solingen. Coming with an inclusive certificate of authenticity, real Böker stamp on the blade back and an historical and premium packaging.

The Gripping Plate

Even back in Böker’s product catalogue of the year 1906, premium models were already labeled with the traditional writing “The Celebrated”. The wood of the in the high North of Europe heritage curly birch is often used for unique straight razors due to its ethereal property.

The Straight Point

The straight or American point ends in a right angle on both sides. This allows for a precise contour-lead. Due to its pointy ends, the straight razor is recommended to experienced shavers.

The Shaver Head

The shaver head is used to describe a special type of point, of which the front is polished in a faceted way. Therefore, the shaver head is a variation of all base models.

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