Edmund Bergfeld & Sohn Globusmen Straight Razor, Palisander WoodRAZORUS.com
Edmund Bergfeld & Sohn company was established in 1912 in Solingen and located in the Baustrasse in Solingen-Ohligs. It has 52 registered trademarks, a.o. Sahara, Camel, Globi and Globusmann.
The Edmund Bergfeld & Sohn Globusmen Straight Razor model we have here has lost some of its size in years and has decreased to 5/8”. The razor, it is quarter hollow in this state. This razor has the typical German steel, which is extremely hard and crisp. We combined it with Indian rosewood scales. Recommended for beginners.
Straight Razor Care Instructions
Unlike any other shaving tools, straight razors require special care. The cutting edge must be protected from impacts and contact with any hard surface. After each shave you must clean and dry your straight razor with a soft paper towel without touching the very edge and strop it to keep it sharp. You can strop on the canvas side of your strop to clean the cutting edge after each shave. Please do not try to sharpen your straight razor by yourself if you don’t have adequate honing experience, otherwise you can cause irreparable damage. You may consult our straight razor honing service. If you won’t be using your straight razor for a long time, it’s best to cover it with a thin coat of oil to keep it rust free. This is especially important for straight razors with carbon steels, as carbon steel is very prone to rust in humid conditions. Keep your straight razor in a dry place and out of children’s reach.
CAUTION: Straight razors are serious tools for experienced users who know their faces, skins, whisker types and how to lather well. They can cause serious accidents and injuries in the hands of people without enough experience. If you’re enthusiastic about traditional wet shaving but don’t have the experience needed for using a straight razor, then we recommend checking out our double edge safety razors first.
Please note; comes only as straight razor; stand image was added as reference.