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Ebony Bismarck 6/8" Razor with Luxury Shave Set


Product Description

Dovo Ebony "Bismarck", 6/8" Carbon Steel Straight Razor

With Luxury Shave Set


 The Dovo "Bismarck", 6/8" Carbon Steel Straight Razor has been a Dovo classic since the early 1900's. However, it has just been updated to scales made of genuine Ebony wood. The blade is made from Solingen High Carbon Steel. It is full hollow ground. The real "Show Stopper" is the hand file work and heavy gold plating the blade and tang receive. This treatment gives this razor the appearance of ones twice its cost. 

Dovo Ebony "Bismarck", 6/8" Carbon Steel Straight Razor with Luxury Shave Set  

Made in Solingen Germany


The Dovo Ebony "Bismark" 6/8" Carbon Steel Straight Razor also comes with a Luxury Shave set that includes:

  • - Synthetic Shaving Brush
  • - 4oz Grim Blades Luxury Shave Soap
  • - 3" Leather Razor Strop For Superior Sharpening
  • - Classic Razor Box with Gold Etching
  • - Trifold Manual

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  1. Great price, great product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Jan 2016

    I purchased an Ebony Bismarck 6/8" Razor with Luxury Shave Set

    The Blade, we all know Dovo makes some of the best razors around. This one is no exception. It came factory honed and shave ready. And the gold filigree on the spine and tang look awesome. The wood stain on the handle does run and drip the first time you use it. I gave it a thorough wetting and drying and have not had the problem since. (I recommend letting the handle run under med-hot water for a few minutes then drying before 1st use) The dripping of the stain did not cause the wood to loose any noticeable color. PS the wood handle is well build and looks classy.

    The luxury shave set came with the following:
    Grim Smoulder shave soap
    synthetic strop
    Synthetic Shaving Brush
    blade box

    Here are my opinions on each:

    Grim Smolder shave soap:
    The soap it self is not my particular scent, its has a fruity note that I was not expecting. However outside of my personal smell preference, I was pleasantly surprised with the quality, it lathers, lubricates and protects well. My only real complaint with the soap is the tin that it came in. It looks awesome but there is no room inside to load your brush leading to a messy tin / hands. Because of the quality of the soap I will be looking at their other scents.

    The synthetic strop:
    At first I hated this thing, but have now fallen in love with it, as it serves a unique purpose. I use this as my post shave strop. because the back is made with a "felt/cotton" material, it is great way to to dry the blade, then the synthetic side takes dried soap off the blades edge extremely well in just a few runs. I did not remove one star because the price was right and the synthetic leather has an extremely heavy draw (nice for practicing or removing large imperfections. CONS: the stop is made cheaply and is not a substitute to a real leather strop. The handle tilts to one side and you have to find a particular "pull pressure" to get the thing straight, otherwise it cups.

    Synthetic Shaving Brush:

    I ended up with a "Satin Tip the purest"

    I have always been a fan of silver tip badger brushes. This is the first synthetic I have ever had. I was flabbergasted at how much I liked it. The knot is super soft but loads well and lathers very well. The handle is a rubberized plastic that is quite pleasant.
    CONS: I have used the brush ~8-10 times now and tonight I had the knot come out of the handle. ( I think perhaps I just got a dud with some bad glue, I will be contacting support tonight to see if they will replace it)

    If the knot would have stayed in the handle I would have no complaints about this product

    the blade box
    This is made of a sturdy cardboard and is a great way to store your razor. I threw a small pact of silica in there to absorb any residual moisture.

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