Parker 99R – Long Handle SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT Butterfly Open Double Edge Safety Razor & 5 Shark Super Chrome Blades

The Parker 99R is a heavyweight safety razor with the infamous Parker TTO head for a close, comfortable shave! Twisting the knob on the bottom of the razor will open the butterfly doors for blade insertion. This razor is a smooth shaver! With the included 5 Shark Super Chrome blades this combination will deliver a barbershop-close shave. The 99R is a beautiful safety razor for either your own use or a gift!

Product Features

  • Chrome plated brass frame for durability!
  • Twist-to-Open (“Butterfly Open”) design for easy blade replacement!
  • 4 inch long textured handle for a sure grip – even with wet hands!
  • 3.4 ounces – heavyweight design
  • A genuine Parker Safety Razor product! For over 40 years, Parker’s safety razors have been imitated, but never duplicated!

January 19, 2015 - Comment
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2 thoughts on “Parker 99R – Long Handle SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT Butterfly Open Double Edge Safety Razor & 5 Shark Super Chrome Blades

  1. jenkinschristopher says:

    My Parker (2010 Model), 99R (TTO) Razor Reveiw Price: Rating: 10Hey…what can I say…for around 30 bucks w/ 10 Blades…I’d say I got a real good deal (if I don’t say so myself)Quality: Rating: 9I can say that Parker has greatly increased its quality and durability in their Razors (especially the 2010 Models). I have been using this for many weeks now and have no complaints…I’m really pleased with this Razor. Although not Stainless Steel like my old Gillette Fat-Boy, I believe their 2010 design with brass over…

  2. Andy Wallace "Andy Wallace" says:

    Back to the future with this terrific razor I finally got fed up with Gillette, and its ever more expensive shaving systems. I started shaving with a Gillette Safety Razor in 1968, and upgraded to every new razor they developed over the years. I “upgraded” to a Gillette Fusion Proglide with the 5 blades and the AA battery. Very fancy, shaved well, but replacement blades got too expensive. Even on Amazon, where I have bought my blades, the cartridges cost over $2.50 each.That finally got me. I have seen some articles online…

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