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HEXAGON - Shaving set designed by Mark Braun, silvertip badger, safety razor, handles anodised aluminum, silver
3-part shaving set designed by Mark Braun, handles made of anodised aluminum, colour silver:
Shaving brush with silvertip badger, replaceable head
Ring size M: 21 mm
Safety razor, compatible with classic razor blades
Stand made of metal, chrome-plated
HEXAGON shaving brush
Six corners - symmetrical beauty: The HEXAGON brush sits perfectly in any hand, regardless of whether it is slightly larger or smaller or more elegant. This is due to its hexagonal form; a semiotic which evokes a classic tool, or simply put, a good pencil.
HEXAGON safety razor
Ergonomic and casually elegant, like a good pen: The HEXAGON safety razors are outstanding contemporary shaving implements. Elaborately chrome-plated components – a material, for which the company is known worldwide – create a contrast to the matt finish of each product.
The Brushhead - Silvertip badger
Among connoisseurs, silvertip badger is regarded as the pièce de résistance: Only the best, carefully selected badger hair is used for these purely handcrafted shaving brushes. The precious natural material is particularly soft and flexible.
The fine, conically tapering hairs possess the ability to retain a large amount of water and produce a dense, creamy lather. Another sign of quality is the even black band running horizontally through the predominantly silvery gleaming hair.
This premium product is manufactured using historical tools in an artisan procedure mastered by only a few specialists worldwide. The semi-circular shape of the brush head is created by hand when binding the brush. The fine tips therefore do not require trimming and the natural softness of the hair is retained.
The brush heads are manufactured from the finest quality and are easily interchangeable via the fine integrated screw-thread.
The Razorhead - Classic razor blade
For generations, the safety razor has been regarded as a stylish classic which can even shave edges with precision. For many, it is the razor par excellence. Its styling is ideally suited to the design of the MÜHLE products.
Even if the open blade does demand a little respect at first: After a brief familiarisation period, and guided by a steady hand, it produces a very close shave and a lasting result. Unlike modern blade systems, the head of the safety razor does not move. The blades are replaced by unscrewing the cap. They can be purchased from us and by retailers everywhere.
Handle shaving brush: 55 mm x 32 mm
safety razor: 102 mm x 12 mm
weight shaving brush: 127 g
weight safety razor: 67 g
total size: 130 x 95 mm
total weight: 427 g
We recommend our rust-proof MÜHLE razor blades which are the perfect match for our safety razors.
THE SERIES HEXAGON
Precision implements, perfect design: For the HEXAGON range of products, MÜHLE has collaborated with renowned Berlin designer Mark Braun. The result? The finest shaving implements, expertly proportioned – but by no means classic. Because: The hexagonal profile of each of these products combines contemporary design with traditional – and thoroughly practical – elements to ensure ergonomics, grip, and functionality. A design approach for which Mark Braun has already won many awards.
And there could be no more modern or worldly a choice of colours than Graphite, Forest and Bronze. These fine, earthy tones are also a small reference to the Erzgebirge, the hilly no-man's-land between Saxony and Bohemia, where shaving culture has made its home.