The MERKUR 38C black handle razor was developed in the early 2000s. The special feature of the black handle is its black anodized aluminium handle, which gives it a modern and elegant look. Thanks to its heavy weight, you can accurately control every movement. The standard MERKUR spacious blade gap enables excellent soap flow and easy cleaning.
Scope Of Supply
MERKUR 38C - black
MERKUR SUPER Rasierklinge
Handle of brass and black anodized aluminium, die-casted zinc razor head, galvanized surfaces, bright chrome-plated
Closed comb, straight
Long screw, two-piece safety razor
4.2 cm x 2.5 cm x 10.2 cm
Carton box with window
The head of the safety razor is manufactured using the zinc die-casting process since it creates instruments with maximum precision even for complex shapes. The handle is made of black anodized aluminium and brass to give the razor a stylish look and a perfectly comfortable and natural feel when held. The galvanic coating protects it from corrosion and completes the design.
A safety razor with a closed comb is the all-rounder for classic wet shaving. Intuitively, you will feel the best shaving angle for your safety razor and immediately achieve ideal shaving results. The generous blade gap allows high soap flow protecting the razor head from clogging with cut hair or lather residue.
First, you should wash your face with warm water. This opens the pores and makes shaving easier. Start by generously coating your skin with shaving lather. Give the lather 5 minutes to soften the beard hair. Then, you set your safety razor at an angle of 30 - 45° and guide it over your face without pressure. To free the razor head from cut hair, simply hold it under the tap every few strokes.
The care of a safety razor is very easy. After use, simply wash out the razor thoroughly and remove lather residue and cut hair. A nail brush and a hair shampoo or dish soap help with stubborn dirt. Lastly, dry it with a towel and it’s ready to go for your next shave. When changing razor blades, check all of the parts for a tight fit. You can find more information here.