RazoRock Safety Razor - Game Changer .84-P UFO Handle
RazoRock Game Changer .84-P Safety Razor
The RazoRock Game Changer .84 - P safety razor is the more aggressive version with a 0.84mm blade gap. Why the game changer? This safety razor has been produced to a standard that is far superior to others and that would typically cost 4-8 times the price, yet RazoRock have brought the highest quality razor at an affordable price. Built to last a lifetime, the RazoRock Game Changer is a safety razor you can depend on forever.
Proudly made in Onatrio, Canada, each razor is engraved with a unique serial number.
Material: 316L Marine Grade Stainless Steel
- Handle diameter x Length - 13mm x 85mm
- Handle Weight - 2.3oz
- Head Weight - 26g (0.92oz)
Finish: 3 stage, 24 hour, machine vibratory finish. It's important to note that the finish is designed to de-burr and make the pieces smooth with minimum effect on machining tolerances. It's a tool-like finish and not a mirror-type high polish; each piece is unique (no two pieces will be identical). RazoRock don't believe in hand polishing machined safety razors because it's self-defeating. They spend so much time and effort getting the tolerances tight, a hand polish will just ruin these tolerances. RazoRock would rather give you a quality tool-like finish at a great price and leave it up to you if you want to put a jewellery type polish or gun-kote at the razor later at additional cost.
How to load the blade: The easiest way to load a DE blade into the RazoRock Game Changer razor is to put the base plate of the razor head (the flat one) in the palm of your hand, then drop DE blade over the alignment posts. Then you can put the top cap on and proceed to screw down the handle locking the blade into the razor head.
RazoRock was founded out of a passion for traditional wet shaving. The drive to make luxurious shaving soaps and aftershaves has meant Razorock has become a firm favourite amongst wet shavers.
Want to know more about the history of RazoRock? Check out our Undercover with RazoRock blog!