Edwin Jagger 3ONE6 Stainless Steel Double Edge Safety Razor

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  • The shaving innovators and experts at Edwin Jagger have combined quality, performance, and durability to create the 3ONE6 Stainless Steel Double Edge Safety Razor. The highly anticipated addition to the Edwin Jagger line is named after the razor’s grade of stainless steel – 316 – that is historically forged in Sheffield, England and is corrosion resistant. The anodized razor models feature anodized aluminum handles and stainless heads, making them slightly lighter than the fully stainless steel model. The closed comb head provides a close shave without being too aggressive. Well-balanced, the razor is packaged in a gift box and includes one pack of five Feather blades. 

    Established in 1988, Edwin Jagger offers a full line of fine shaving products for men. Distinguished by their attention to detail and quality standards, Edwin Jagger is a leader in the grooming industry. Their products line features traditional items improved by technological innovation.

    Overall length: 96.60 mm (3.8”)
    Razor head length: 41.4 mm (1.63”)
    Razor head width: 25.4 mm (1”)
    Razor handle length: 89.4 mm (3.52”)
    Razor handle diameter: 11.85 mm (0.47”) 

    Knurled: 74.7 g (2.63 oz.)
    Anodized: 58.9 g (2.28 oz.)

    Made in England

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Tim S.
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Coarse and aggressive. Not recommended.

Decided to get one of these after reading all the glowing reviews elsewhere. My third all stainless steel razor. I was a bit apprehensive as there is no blade gap or exposure quoted anywhere, so you are really buying blind and going on subjective reviews from people with different shaving styles and facial characteristics. I found it to be very coarse and aggressive. It has a large blade gap and moderate exposure, making an efficient but bad design, rough in use and unpleasant no matter what your level of expertise. After two months I sterilised it and passed it on to a friend to experiment with in his machine shop to see if he could improve it. He couldn't. There are far better 316 razors out there and this one just doesn't make the grade, sorry. Not recommended.

Jerry S.
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Way Too Aggressive Four (Five?) Piece Razor - an Update

This review supersedes my earlier review (3 stars) in which I noted that, though ostensibly well-made and handsome, the Edwin Jagger 3ONE6 Knurled (Stainless Steel) appeared to be much more aggressive but not materially more efficient than my two comparator razors: Feather AS D2; and Weber PH. Since then, I shaved about one-half dozen times with the 3ONE6. Though the shaves continued to be aggressive and somewhat "rough,", I ultimately was able to attain a shave that was as close or closer than those attained with either my Feather or my Weber. However, before I could write an updated review with some edits (my earlier review incorrectly stated that I had used the Black and White Synthetic Shaving Brush, Resin Handle FEN-R1506, rather than the Fendrihan Synthetic Shaving Brush, Black Handle FEN-R1504), disaster struck. While twisting the handle to secure the top cap, new razor blade and base plate to the handle, the handle fell apart! The cement fixing in place the upper, threaded portion of the handle (Edwin Jagger logo) failed and the parts separated. The separation of the parts confirmed that the handle was substantially hollow. I infer that the bottom portion of the handle (also with the Edwin Jagger logo) also has been cemented in place and eventually may separate. This is a very aggressive razor which, with practice, may result in a very close, albeit rough shave. However, in my opinion, it is less than advertised: an expensive razor, with a hollow handle that fell apart after about one-half dozen shaves. For those seeking a quality, all stainless steel mild to moderately aggressive razor, I would recommend that they look elsewhere. I have attached a photograph of my 3ONE6 in four parts. To provide some insight into the handle's hollow interior, I've included in the photograph two Q-Tips: one inserted into the handle's top; the other alongside the handle. Depending upon whether or not the bottom of the handle also separates, this may be a five piece razor.

Fendrihan Edwin Jagger 3ONE6 Stainless Steel Double Edge Safety Razor Review
Jerry S.
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Way Too Aggressive

I prefer all stainless steel double edged safety razors and alternate the daily shaves of my average beard between a mild Feather AS D2 and a moderately aggressive Weber PH. I purchased the EJ 3ONE6 Stainless Steel, Knurled, expecting that it would be a pleasant compromise—in price, quality, comfort and performance—between the Feather and the Weber. In this review, I used the Feather and the Weber as benchmarks. Having done so, I am unable to recommend the 3ONE6 for daily use by individuals with an average beard. It is way too aggressive. Though my measurement techniques may differ from those of the manufacturer and others, I applied my techniques similarly among all products. All measurements are approximate. I am not an engineer nor an expert on shaving—just an average person sharing some thoughts. Presentation: The 3ONE6 arrived in an attractive, albeit somewhat difficult to open box. A package of five Feather blades was included. After wiping off some black polishing compound that had remained on the cover and base plate, I noted the handle’s Weber-like bright stainless steel finish and the cover’s incongruous Feather-like satin finish. I was intimidated by what appeared to be a pronounced blade gap. Fit and Finish: Some reviews of what may have been pre-production models commented on machining marks and casting lines on the sides of the cover or base plate. I noted none. The finish of cover and base plate rivaled the Feather’s and were superior to the Weber’s. The end play/backlash of the cover to base plate of the 3ONE6 was slightly greater than the Feather’s, but slightly less than the Weber’s. Blade Alignment and Lock-up: After installing the blade and tightening the handle, the blade was secured tightly and its alignment was equal to the Feather’s and the Weber’s. In the 3ONE6, the blade is locked in place between the cover and the base plate with lugs that combine the Feather's rectangular lugs with the Weber's round posts. As with the Weber, the 3ONE6 lacks (and does not need) the four corner guards of the Feather’s base plate to help to retain the blades alignment. Blade Overhang: Tested with a Rapira Platinum Lux razor blade, the 3ONE6's blade overhang at each side was about .032” (0.81mm). The Feather had no overhang at either side. The Weber's blade overhang on one side of about 0.32” (81mm) and about 0.028” (0.71mm) on the other side. Blade Gap: The 3ONE6’s blade was greater than I had expected: 0.053” (1.35 mm), greater than the Feather’s 0.032” (0.81mm), and greater than the Weber’s 035” (0.89 mm) Overall Length: The 3ONE6 and the Feather were virtually identical in height, each measuring about 3.8” (97mm) from the base of the handle to the top of the cover. The Webe measured about 4.2” (106mm). Overall Weight: Though well-balanced, the 3ONE6 appeared lighter than the Feather and substantially lighter than the Weber. I wondered whether the handle of the 3ONE6 might be hollow. The statistics confirmed the weight disparity. 3ONE6: 2.65 ounces (75 gm) overall; 1.6 OZ (45 gm) handle only. Feather: 3.15 OZ (90 gm) overall; 2.1 OZ (60 gm) handle only. Weber: 3.7 OZ (105 gm) overall; 2.6 OZ (73 gm) handle only. The Shave: Using a Fendrihan Black and White Synthetic Shaving Brush, Resin Handle (FEN-R1506), I whipped up a generous lather of Hazlinger’s Coconut Shave Soap in a Fendrihan Porcelain Shaving Mug, Hand-Painted Rim (FEN-MUG-DARKB). To make sure that the lather was proper, I did a test shave on a small portion of my face using a Feather AC SS straight razor fitted with a Feather Professional blade. To control for variations in razor blades, I began my shave using an unused Personna Red razor blade and finished with an unused Rapira Platinum Lux razor blade. A couple of weepers later, I was done. Observations and Comments: Despite the aggressiveness of the 3ONE6, the closeness of the shave was less than that of Feather AS D2 and scarcely equal to or perhaps worse than that of the Weber PH. I do not think that the 3ONE6 should be marketed as “slightly” more aggressive than the Edwin Jagger DE89 or as suitable for an average shaver and certainly not for a new shaver. Though a visually impressive and finely crafted product, I believe that the 3ONE6 will prove to be a niche razor appreciated by those seeking an aggressive razor for occasional use. I do not think that it is suitable for use as a “daily driver.”