Dovo - Straight Razor Barbarossa, 5/8", Olive Wood, German Solingen (305870)

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4045284008980
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The 5/8 inch DOVO Barbarossa has been designed for the needs of barbers and all bearded men. The special feature of this straight razor is its short blade. It is particularly maneuverable and precise to control. Thus the user can shape and contour his beard with millimeter accuracy. The fine engraving of the famous bearded Emperor Barbarossa adds a beautiful flair to this unique razor.

MATERIAL

This straight razor is made of carbon steel with the material number 1.2210, better known as silver steel. In order to achieve a hardness of approximately 61 HRC, the material is heated to over 1000 degrees celsius and then immediately quenched with a special oil. The subsequent tempering at about 200 degrees celsius gives the blade elasticity and toughness.

HANDLE MATERIAL

Olive wood is a unique, natural material. It is harder than domestic oak or beech wood and shows a high resistance against mould infestation. Even untreated olive wood has an above-average resistance to water making it the perfect material for straight razors, shaving brushes, and shavettes.

GRIND

During hollow grinding, the straight razor is ground concavely from the back to the cutting edge. This design combines great flexibility with high torsional rigidity in longitudinal form. Enjoy the satisfying sound and feel of a gentle shave from the vibration of the razor blade trimming your facial hair.

PRODUCT DETAILS

The Spanish point is an elaborately designed shape for razor points. Its unique shape comes from its concave form with a slightly rounded tip. This rounding also facilitates the shaving of complicated areas around the ears, nose, and dimples. Such a design offers you high precision without having to sacrifice security and control.

BLADE WIDTH

5/8 inch razors are truel all-rounders and can do any wet shaving task with flying colours. The blade is relatively heavy and can therefore glide gently over your skin without great pressure. At the same time, it is still nimble enough to manage even more technically demanding passages around the nose, ears, and chin.