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Product Description

The Crusader is an adjustable razor designed with one specific goal in mind: a free spirited shaving experience for enthusiasts who know what they're doing.

"p" Sporting a long amp; heavy handle, a dual head with a scalloped comb + a smooth bar, and controversially a continuous adjustment collar with no-marking, every day is a brand new shave with endless possibilities with the Crusader.

"p" Note that the Crusader has a rose gold head and knobs. Rose gold is meant to age, fade and form a unique weathered appearance.

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Free spirited and Unconventional

The Crusader with its intuitive design gives you a free spirited shaving experience, releasing you from all convention. Pop your favourite blade in and enjoy a smooth and close BBS shave that's almost impossible to achieve with conventional cartridge razors or electric shavers.

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Specialty The perfect all-rounder All-rounder with style Friendly to cartridge users No-BS, barebone starter-friendly
Length 95mm / 3.75" 95mm / 3.75" 118mm / 4.65" 95mm / 3.75"
Aggression Medium Medium Medium Mild
Maintenance Regularly towel dry Must always towel dry after use to maintain plating Regularly towel dry Regularly towel dry
Blades included Yes Yes Yes No
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Specialty Extra mild and forgiving head The All-in-One: Adjustable dual head, fat amp; heavy The All-in-One: Adjustable dual head, fat amp; heavy Adjustable dual head, continuous adjustment band for spirited shaving
Length 115mm / 4.53" 108mm / 4.25" 108mm / 4.25" 118mm / 4.65"
Aggression Extra mild Adjustable Adjustable Adjustable
Maintenance Do not overtighten or misalign 3 pieces to protect the screw amp; thread Regularly towel dry Regularly towel dry after use Must always towel dry after use to maintain plating
Blades included Yes No No No

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