RazoRock BBS Safety Razor (STAINLESS STEEL)
RazoRock BBS Safety Razor
PROUDLY MADE IN ONTARIO, CANADA
What makes the RazoRock BBS safety razor so unique and wonderful? Our testers have told us the RazoRock BBS is the smoothest shaver they've ever used! We chalk this up to two reasons. Reason number one, the geometry of the BBS head puts more bend on the double-edge (DE) blade than any other safety razor we've ever used. This increased bend puts more torque on the DE blade making the blade edge more firm and rigid. All good razor designers know the secret to a smooth, irritation-free shave is a super thin and sharp blade that is held as rigid as possible! Reason number two, because of the geometry of the head, the shaving angle is decreased from the typical 45 degrees (angle of handle-to-face) to roughly 35 degrees for the RazoRock BBS. This allows the shaving angle to work better with gravity and the weight of the handle to guide the head more freely and intuitively across your skin.
Some people have asked, what is the significance of the BBS name? BBS is an acronym for BABY BUTT SMOOTH! I think that is pretty self-explanatory ;)
The RazoRock BBS safety razor is FULLY CNC MILLED from 316L (marine grade) billet and rod stainless steel at our machine shop partner in Ontario, Canada. We are VERY PROUD to offer you a razor of such high quality for an incredibly affordable price. This is a razor that will last many lifetimes if cared for and cleaned. Before you buy this razor, we ask you to do your research and see if you can find a razor of this quality for even double our retail price, we bet you won't!
A note about finishing. These razors are tools, not jewels. We use a vibratory tumbling finish process which maintains the highest possible tolerances for the razors. This means the razors will not be mirror finished and will not be mark-free. The razors may have some milling marks or finishing marks. The razors can always be jewelry polished by the client later but our goal is to sell the razor at the best possible tolerances and lowest possible price. The metal-on-metal contact from the handle locking against the base-plate will create a ring mark on the base. It's common for handles to have micro dents from the tumbled finish.