Shavent safety razor
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Shavent

The Shavent razor, designed with German engineering and Italian aesthetics, combines the modern comforts of drugstore razors with the classic advantages of metal razors. Celebrated for its comfort and elegance, it also promotes sustainability by eschewing unnecessary plastic waste. The product offers a flexible head with three standard blades for a direct and gentle shave, making it suitable for all areas including the face, head, body, and sensitive zones. Users find it to be an efficient shaving tool, providing a close shave with a method of blade stacking that is distinctive, although it might not be preferred by everyone.

Despite some criticism regarding material quality and a desire for improvement in construction when compared to other options like the Leaf, the Shavent is still appreciated for its design and minimal risk of clogging or irritation. The aesthetic appeal is hinted at with mentions of a ‘beautiful shave at from the UK’ and an elegant stand, although the specifics about the grip and weight are not elaborately discussed. However, the lack of negative feedback suggests that users find it to be of good construction quality and effective in use. While there were notes on its higher price point for some markets and a caution for careful handling to avoid nicks, the Shavent positions itself as a solid choice for those seeking an eco-friendly alternative to traditional cartridge razors.

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SHAVENT
$107.00

Ratings

6.50/10

Average YouTube Rating

Rating By Attribute

Attribute Name Bar Chart Rating
Aesthetics
7
Aggressiveness
6.5
Construction
6

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Details Shavent Merkur Futur × Dreadnought Spartan Double Edge Razor × Fine DE5 × Henson Ti22 × Blackland Sabre × Rex Konsul × Wilkinson Sword Classic ×
Brand Shavent Merkur Dreadnought Fine Accoutrements Henson Shaving Blackland Rex Supply Co. Wilkinson Sword
Country Of Origin Germany Germany UK China Canada United States USA
Length 4.72 4.25 3.7 3.4" 4.1 3.35 4.25 4.1
Materials Zinc, Chrome-plated Die-Cast Zinc, Matte chrome Chrome Plated Stainless Steel Core, Electroplated Chrome Grade 5 Titanium, Nitronic 60 Stainless Steel 303 Stainless Steel Marine Grade Stainless Steel, 24K Gold, Rhodium Metal, Stainless Steel, Plastic
Pieces 1 2 3 3 3 3 2 2
Razor Adjustable No Yes No No No No Yes No
Razor Head Type Closed Comb Closed Comb Closed Comb Open Comb Closed Comb Closed Comb Slant Bar Closed Comb
Weight 3.17 4.4 2.3 3.4 oz 2.7 3.92 4.2 1.8

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YouTube Ratings

6
Overall Rating

The shave experience with this razor seems efficient and suitable for those seeking a quick, easy shave. The particular method of blade stacking, while unique, may not be ideal for all users. It's noted that the shave is close but the razor has some shortcomings in terms of value and material quality.

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7
Overall Rating

The shave was good and very similar to what I'm used to with the leaf razor. The Chevent razor seems to be a solid option for those looking for an eco-friendly alternative to cartridge razors, offering a close shave with minimal risk of clogging or irritation. However, I did manage to nick myself due to a mishandling, so caution is still necessary. The price point is higher compared to the leaf, particularly for those in North America, which could be a deciding factor for some consumers.

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Aesthetics

7

Aesthetics were briefly touched upon with the mention of an elegant stand, suggesting the Chevent razor has an appealing design. - From the Shave&Butcher video

7

Although the aesthetics of the razor are not directly mentioned, it is referred to as a 'beautiful shave at from the UK', implying a positive visual appeal. - From the Subie Shaves video

Aggressiveness

6

The razor is described to have more 'fill' than the leaf and requires multiple blades for a smooth shave, which suggests a mild to moderate aggressiveness that can be adjusted by blade stacking. - From the Subie Shaves video

7

The razor's aggressiveness seemed moderate, offering a close shave without causing irritation, which is ideal for those transitioning from cartridge razors. - From the Shave&Butcher video

Construction

5

The razor is noted to be chrome plated but the mention of a preference for stainless steel and the comparison to the leaf's pricing suggests the construction could be improved, especially considering the price point. - From the Subie Shaves video

7

Though not explicitly stated, the construction quality can be inferred as being good, given no negative comments and considering the comparison with the leaf razor. - From the Shave&Butcher video

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