A Home for Your Razor
Lying sadly in a puddle of soapy water? That's for cheap multi-blade razors. The Single Edge deserves a home where it can stand up straight.
Each stand is coated with aerospace-grade PVD chrome, which protects it from the elements (i.e. shower steam, badly aimed towels) and dramatically extends its lifespan.
A Robin for Batman
Streamlined and compact, the stand is custom-built to house your Single Edge razor. And by helping it dry properly after every shave, it prolongs the life of your blades.
The two together? An unbeatable grime-fighting pair.
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I have no idea where I would put my supply razor without this thing. It does a great job of displaying your razor in a great minimalist functional way.
Hey Jay! I'm thrilled to see you are enjoying that custom razor stand. It absolutely has a minimalistic functionality and does a great job displaying the Single Edge. Thanks for being part of our Supply family!
This razor stand is excellent. It does not wobble, it's built to last and looks attractive. Good weight to this stand keeps it in place, you can't go wrong!
Wow! Thank you for taking the time to review the Single Edge Stand and share all about your experience so far. We never get tired of reading comments like yours and loved seeing you rate your gear as 5-stars!
Don't hesitate to reach out if there is anything I can do for you in the future. Until then, I wish you all the best!
This matching razor stand to my jet black Supply razor is very durable. Its modern look is appealing to the eye and it does not take a lot of space up in the shower tray I use for my shaving supplies.
I was pleasantly surprised when I received the Single Edge Razor Stand - it is well weighted and has a hole at the base designed to allow the drip of the water from the razor handle to go through.
Therein lies the room for improvement. Wherever I place this stand, there will be water dripping through onto the surface below the stand. It would be a great idea to add a weighted, lightly snap-on, drip tray below the stand that is easily removable for cleaning once a week. It should have a small gap between the base of the stand and the tray itself to allow for a little airflow and natural drying.
Three to four tiny metal pins and gently snap the metal drip tray into place and allowing for a small gap (a few millimeters should suffice) for airflow/evaporation -OR- have a simple "sliding" mechanism to slide the tray on/off with a little click to indicate it is locked in place. The tray width could follow the existing lines of the base. With that little drip tray, I have no worries where to place the stand and this stand would be near perfect.
The only other area for improvement would be to have the stand a little taller or a little wider. It feels like the razor handle wants to tip over and fall out of the stand with the current design.
Designed and made well. Took me awhile to get used to the single blade after many years of multi blade cartridge. The key is not to press too hard. Let the blade sweep away the beard. Supply single blade sweeps away even my thick course hair! No more cuts and nicks now and enjoying a very close shave...