LManual shaving is very tough guy style, but the actual use is not so convenient. Morrama, a product design agency in London, England, is thinking about whether it is possible to retain the sense of ritual and touch when using a razor to shave, and at the same time make it easier to use, improve the traditional straight razor, and launch a new design “Angle Razor” .
The material is CNC machined aluminum alloy and brass, and the handle and handle angle of the straight razor are retained, but the lines are trimmed more minimally. The clever part is that the front blade uses a magnetic design. This magnetic compartment makes changing blades easy and has a safety lock to keep the blades from slipping out. Compartment is sized to be compatible with standard safety razor blades.
“If this design can encourage more people to use the shaving method that existed 300 years ago, and reduce the use of those replacement head designs that are not friendly to the environment, it will be enough.” So the design has been carefully studied to make it easier to use Ergonomics reduce hands-on time when using a manual razor and make it easier to shave curved sections.