Morning Robert, having now spent a small fortune on vintage Gillette TTOâs, I can quite categorically say that none of them shave better than my EJ Chatsworth which is a blade tamer. If the blade doesnât work in an EJ with these heads then they wonât work at all.Robert Otten said:Tried the Jagger DE 87 today after a trade with Trainman (Dave) and had quite a jolt with this razor I had not considered purchasing. It sure played a sweet note during today's shave. Rest of the picture is Bling; Fatboys being forward deployed to England, Otto Roth 3 piece was also in the trade as a travel razor. I haven't given much research to the Jagger, I own it now. Just very pleased how well it held the blade and shaved. My son tried it and liked how it handled and looked, especially the head and mild gullets (nothing like a Progress though). Most of the time I go with the 34C, but this Edwin Jagger with Muehle Head could change that.
Knew there was a reason I chose this one! Not that I knew what it was apart from the twisted head.Paul said:Merkur:
Slant Head (closed comb)
The most aggressive of the fixed head razors but with a reputation of being fierce which is not really deserved.
Designed to slice the hairs rather than just cut this is often recommended for people with coarse / tough beards but sensitive skin. Available in Chrome or Gold in a 3â handle or just Chrome with a 4â heavy weight handle.