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Acqua Di Parma Collezione Barbiere Razor & Stand

Exquisite razor and stand bring class and comfort to every shave and any bathroom.

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Italian-made razor and stand bring up the class level and comfort of every shave and any bathroom. The Acqua Di Parma Collezione Barbiere Razor's innovative curved design of the razor and heavy weighting ensure easy and stable handling for a safe and optimum shave. Accepts Mach3 blades. Presented in a beautiful gift box.
  1. Worth the money Review by Sean

    This product is definitely on the pricey side, but it makes sense for the quality you are getting out of the razor and stand. I have been using it for about 6 months now and I am still impressed after each shave. I don’t have to struggle anymore to find a clean place on the counter to put my razor and it looks unbelievably nice in the bathroom.

  2. Handsome razor, but dissapointing quality Review by William

    I have owned and used the Acqua Di Parma Razor and Stand for nearly two years. While I have always been very pleased with the quality of the multitude of Acqua Di Parma products that I have purchased over the past 15 years or so, I have been very disappointed with regard to this razor and the shaving brush with which it is paired.

    Let me state, up front, that I did not mind spending the extra money for what I considered to be one of the most impressive-looking razors that I have yet seen. The craftsmanship with regard to the appearance and feel of the razor is superb and commensurate with what I would expect for a $300+ razor from Acqua Di Parma. That being said, I found that, over a fairly short duration of time, the quality was far less than what I had expected. Specifically, there is a coating over the metal components of the razor--as well as over the entire metal razor stand--that began to peel off in flakes and small pieces. This is completely unacceptable for a product at this price point--and one that carries the Acqua Di Parma brand. Secondly, and even more troublesome, the component that connects to the Mach 3 razor blade is made of a cheap plastic that sits within the metal housing at the top of the handle. This plastic piece came apart entirely from the metal housing after about a year of use and had to be glued back into the housing to keep it in place. Again, another completely unacceptable flaw in this razor.

    I have since given up on this razor and its accompanying shaving brush, and gone back to Edwin Jagger, now with the Chatsworth Barley chrome razor, with which I have been far more satisfied.

    If Acqua Di Parma were to correct the two aforementioned flaws, I think that this has the potential to be a superb razor. I cannot, however, recommend this razor as it currently stands.