The two-piece Parker SoloEdge single edge safety razor is the perfect safety razor for new and experienced wet shavers looking for the blade angle of a cartridge razor with the benefits of a safety razor. It’s time to ditch the plastic cartridge razors and give our all metal, plastic free Parker SoloEdge a try! The highly economical blade replacements are simply double edge blades snapped in half or we recommend our pre-cut double edge half blades for ease of loading since there is no blade curvature. These are very economical, plastic-free and widely available.
What’s more, once the blade is securely loaded in the slots, it will automatically have the perfect exposure so there is no need for any adjustment. The angle is intuitive to shave with, as it is similar to a cartridge razor angle in its design.
SoloEdge Safety Razor Benefits: Excellent weight & balance with a sleek head design for tight spots, built in efficient shaving angle, less skin irritation, economical & widely available blade replacements, eco-friendly, plastic-free razor and replacement blades.
Weight: 94 g (3.3 oz.)
Length: 9.8 cm (3.9 in.)
Blade Type: Half of a Double Edge Blade
Material: Solid Brass Handle with an electroplated satin chrome finish (head is molded from a metallic alloy and satin chrome plated)
BLADE LOADING INSTRUCTIONS (See Instructional Video Below)
1. Twist the handle to unscrew the top cap of the razor. Please note that this is a two-piece razor, so the safety bar plate is an integral part of the handle.
2. After unscrewing the top cap, hold the razor straight (vertically) and load the *blade, ensuring that the two slots on each end of the safety bar plate hold the blade securely as shown in the photo. The blade edges are sharp, so please handle with care.
3. Keep the razor straight and load the top cap again (twist the handle to screw the top cap back on). It is easiest to keep the blade secured by using one hand with a pinching grip to hold the top cap in place, while tightening the handle with your other hand. Once the handle stops rotating, check that the blade is secured, and the handle is tightened.
Enjoy a close and comfortable shave!
*Note that some people find it helpful to wet the blade when loading a new blade, as it helps it to stick to the safety bar plate.