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Would Traditional Shaves Be as Close?


While many men prefer to use


modern electric shavers or cartridge razors, some like to use more traditional tools. One is the double-edge safety razor, which was invented by King Camp Gillette in


1901 and rose to prominence during World War I when they were included in American troops’ shaving sets.


Today, double-edge safety razors are returning to popularity because of the relative inexpensiveness of blades and the quality of the shave.


Many of the products on today’s market include cast com- ponents, and the most common are the heads of the razors. T ey are frequently diecast in zinc alloys with chrome-plated surfaces, allowing for a durable razor and close shave . 


18 | METAL CASTING DESIGN & PURCHASING | Jul/


SING | Jul/Aug 2016


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