The Edelweiss is the ideal straight razor for everyday use. The handle and blade are easy to manipulate and thus great for beginners. The 5/8” blade features a stunning and historical Boker etching and Elforyn Ivory scales. The razor is laboriously handmade by Boker in Solingen, Germany.
The traditional hollow grind of this blade is made of Boker’s fine carbon steel for a lasting sharpness. Carefully dry the razor blade after every shave for long-lasting quality.
Boker has applied the same famed craftsmanship of their knives to these straight razors. Started in 1869, today the Boker name is synonymous with manufacturing excellence. Fendrihan Ltd. proudly offers a selection of Boker knives and razors for your buying pleasure.
Made completely by hand in Solingen, Germany
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This was my third straight razor but the first one with synthetic scales (have TI with bone scales and Feather with teak scales). After looking up “Elforyn” it seemed to be a good replacement for ivory. However, I did not find it had any visual (no variation in color/shade on the one I received) or tactile resemblance to ivory, and specifically did not like how the scales flexed when pinched together. This went back. I was impressed by the appearance of the Boker blade, however, so ordered a different model with bone scales.