- Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 10.2 x 7.6 cm ; 86.2 g
- Item model number: SSSBL
- ASIN: B00404RI70
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 5 August 2014
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Large Stainless Steel Shaving Soap Bowl from Super Safety Razors
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- Large bowl accomodates both mug size and oversized soaps
- Genuine Stainless Steel
- Mirror finish
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Our stainless steel shave bowl will accommodate both mug sized and large shave soaps. The bowl has a wonderful finish and high luster. The rubber base keeps it from slipping on a wet surface. The large size allows for whipping up a great lather with your favorite brush
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Update: Aug 31, 2012
I love the bowl. The only thing negative about it is that the rubber foot tended to come off. I put a little silicone in it and put it back on and had no more trouble. It is a great addition to my shaving routine.
Below is the listed product I am using as part of my "Shaving Arsenal." It took me a while to find each piece needed to bring it all together. My approach was finding all the pieces that had the best reviews vs. price. Just about everything listed below was the "highest price" but luckily these items don't cost much. Not CLOSE to as much as it costs to shave with Mach III Safety razors. If your ready to make the switch to a superior, and cheaper, alternative then check out the products below.
Soap Bowl: Guess I didn't need this since I am using the Proraso Shaving Soap which is self contained. For as simple as it is, it lost two stars. There is a rim that goes along the bottom that has (or had) a black rubber piece that ran around it to provide a good footing for the Bowl while on a counter. The very first day this part fell off, it didn't seat on there, and it wasn't glued. In the garbage that piece went. The next star was lost due to finish. It was a pretty flat finish for chrome and you could see the several light scratches across it. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00404RI70/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_35
Handle: Merkur Model 180 Long Handled Safety Razor.
The first thing I noticed about this handle is the quality. You can tell its not your basic cheap piece of metal. Its got a comfortable weight to it, keeps its brilliant chrome finish, and clean up is quick and easy. I consider myself a man with normal size hands and don't know why this one is considered "long handled." Its just a tad longer than the Mach III razor I used to use. However, it's a night and day difference compared to those "Safety razors." It cuts very close with minimal passes. I've never had a shave that was this close before.
Blades: 7 O'clock Platinum Double Edge Safety Razor Blades
I've heard there are better blades on the Market but since I started out with a 100-pack it will be 2-YEARS until I need to buy any more since I change them out once a week. I'm half Filipino so I don't have the thickest facial hair but definably pull off a goatee without a problem. Other than one "Dud" all other blades have been very predictable and easy to use. I have gotten the occasional razor burn but that appears to be normal with any Double-edged razor. I was worried I would be opening myself up to more "risk" with these but feel that I am at no more risk than any other safety blade now that I am used to it.
Stand: Safety Razor stand
Once I learned that a stand was needed for the "Tweezerman Men's Shaving Brush" I decided to go with this one. Its been 4 months and the chrome is still shining well. Its sturdy, and holds my double edged razor as well as the shaving brush as if this product was made just for them. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001XURHNY/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_42
Brush: Not sure why its made of "Badger" hair but its working. Where this brush looses a star is because it lost some of its bristles during the first week. Since then there haven't been any more hair-loss and I've had no problems. 4 months going strong. It creates a nice lather and feels good against the skin. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000G647Y8/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_47
Shaving Soap: Prosaro Shaving Soap
It works but I with it had more lather. Based on previous reviews, it sounds like the amount of lather has significantly decreased. Does it work? Yes, but I like a good lather. Anyways, its been 3 months and I feel like I have maybe gone through half of this container which isn't bad. It also has a very fresh but subtle smell which I really like.
After Shave: Virgin Island Bay Rum by Clubman
I've tested several types of Aftershave in stores but never found anything I liked. Based on reviews I had a hunch I would really like this. Once it arrived I was right! It gives me a very fresh feeling after my morning shave, and has an amazing smell which isn't overpowering at all. My wife is very sensitive to smells but this is one she actually admires.
Yes, the material is thin, so it doesn't really hold heat, but that is an inherent property of stainless steel, so I expected it. If you really need your bowl to retain heat, buy a thick ceramic mug or bowl.
However, I was quite disappointed in the bottom rubber ring. It does not fit the bowl very well, and can easily fall off. It also looks and feels very cheap. What I plan to do (and what the manufacturer could do to make a much nicer piece) is dip the bottom quarter-inch or so in the liquid tiny "plasti-dip" you can buy to coat tool handles. That way, it should be still be non-slip, but look and feel more high quality than the cheap rubber slip-on (I should actually call it fall-off) rubber ring it comes with.
If it wasn't for the cheap rubber ring, I would rate this five stars. It does every thing I expected, and looks great doing it. Also, considering the price of stainless steel, and that there is a fair amount of work in this bowl, I feel the price is quite reasonable.