Introducing The Single Edge Razor
It's a big claim: a close, comfortable shave with zero irritation. Let's back it up with the fact. Here are are the reasons that The Single Edge 2.0 will give you the best shave of your life.
More blades, more problems.
It shaves at the surface of your skin.
Multi-blade razors are designed to shave below the surface of your skin, pulling hairs up and cutting them too close. This causes irritation and ingrown hairs. The Single Edge is designed to shave at the surface of your skin, providing a close, comfortable, and irritation-free shave.
Smooth, easy shaves.
It doesn't clog.
Multi-blade razors clog with hair and shaving cream, causing annoyance, irritation and worse - bacterial growth. The Single Edge rinses and cleans quickly and with ease.
A number of options
Blades are non-proprietary
Our blades are twice as thick as blades that are used in both multi-blade and single blade razors, which means they flex less, cut cleaner and last longer.
No-touch blade changes.
It's a safer, faster blade load.
All other single blade razors require you to unwrap and load thin, sharp blades by hand - not with the Single Edge. Blades changes are lightning fast, dead simple and touch-free.
It's customizable to your unique face.
Multi-blade razors are a "one-size-fits-all" approach to shaving. But your skin and preferences are unique, so your razor should be too. That's why you can customize your shave with the Single Edge and it's three proprietary shave settings - Mild, Classic, and Aggressive. Think of it like the clippers at your barbershop - change the setting to change how close you shave. If you have sensitive skin or short hair growth, the Mild setting is perfect for you. If you have a face of leather and wiry beard hair, go for Aggressive! The Classic setting is perfect for everyone in between.
It saves you money.
The Single Edge is a bigger investment upfront, but costs fractions of the price in the long run. Here's how we stack up to the most popular shave club out there:
“The Best Single Blade Razor.”
Okay, wow. You went straight for it.
Multi-blade razors are designed to shave below the surface of your skin, pulling hairs up and cutting them too close. This causes irritation and ingrown hairs.
The Single Edge is designed to shave at the surface of your skin, providing a close, comfortable, and irritation-free shave. We're so convinced you'll love the single blade shave that we offer a 100-day trial, and free shipping + returns to the US. You've got nothing to lose - give us a shot today!
Whether you shave with cheap disposables, modern multi-blades or traditional safety razors, the Single Edge is a serious upgrade to your morning shave and can help reduce irritation. Here's why:
It shaves at the surface of your skin. Multi-blade razors are designed to shave below the surface of your skin, pulling hairs up and cutting them too close. This causes irritation and ingrown hairs. The Single Edge is designed to shave at the surface of your skin, providing a close, comfortable, and irritation-free shave.
It requires no pressure when shaving. With multi-blade razors, you've probably found that you have to press the razor against your face while you shave. Here's the deal: you’re doing too much. You might think you’re achieving a closer shave, but in reality, you’re only creating an uneven surface to shave on, which won’t properly cut the hairs. But with the Single Edge, you want to think of it like you're sweeping the hair off your face - not scraping it off. The Single Edge perfects this and literally wipes the hair away. Your job is to simply guide the razor and it will do the rest.
Easy to clean in between passes. Every time you take a stroke while shaving, your blade accumulates shaving soap, hair, and skin. This build-up prevents your blade from getting that clean close shave every time and can also cause skin irritation. The Single Edge fixes this by being easy to clean in between shaves and never clogging up like multi-bladed cartridge razors.
Think of it like the electric clippers at your barber shop - change the blade setting, and change how close you cut. Need an extra close shave today? Just use our aggressive setting - it allows you to mow down the thickest beard with ease. Just a trim? Use our sensitive setting. Once you shave with our customizable razor, you'll wonder why you ever did it any other way.
Sensitive: Perfect for sensitive skin, short beard growth, and first time safety razor users. Note: This setting will not shave extremely close.
Comfortable: Perfect for the average guy. Gives a close, comfortable shave.
Ultra Close: Perfect for wiry hair, long beard growth, or an extra close shave. Note: This setting can cause irritation if proper technique is not used.
Essentially, other than just the design and quality of the razor, there are three main differences between the Single Edge and a DE razor: The weight, the ease of finding and maintaining the proper blade angle, and the blades.
1) The Single Edge, made out of solid metal, is designed with some heft to to it to help you get that close shave without pressing into your skin, meaning more comfort.
2) A major complaint about DE shaving is how difficult it is to find the correct blade angle during the shave. This is why the Single Edge was created with the blade angle built into the design of the actual razor -- with only one cutting side, compared to two with the DE.
3) Changing out a blade in the Single Edge is much easier due to the unique injector blade cartridge that comes with the razor. The injector blade is twice as thick as a DE blade and tends to last users almost twice as long.
We designed the razor for an excellent face and neck shave, but we do have many customers who love using our razor to shave their heads and body. Our biggest recommendation is that you perfect your technique on your face before moving to your head or start out with the sensitive shave setting.
We actually wrote a blog on this very topic. It covers tips, provides customers' reviews, and even has a video from YouTube of a customer shaving his head with the Single Edge. You can check it out at the link below: Head Shaving with the Single Edge