The electric trimmer has been a staple of barbershops for decades. It hasn't changed much in all that time, either. The Bevel Trimmer takes this essential tool and updates it for modern times. It has a robust rechargeable battery that can run for over four hours at full power and holds a charge for up to 60 days, with an LED indicator to let you know it's running low. A novel Bevel Dial lets you adjust the blades quickly and without special tools, the blades themselves have a protective coating that repels oil and water, making them easier to clean and reducing irritation, and a hidden hook makes for easy storage. Carefully weighted, the trimmer's faceted body and soft touch finish ensure precise control, whether you're a professional barber or just touching up your boys' hair at home.
Classic functionality meets futuristic design in the Discommon Goods Straight Razor. It takes the simple nature of the lone-blade razor and elevates it, with a handle made from either carbon or titanium billet, milled and/or machined with great care to create the complex shape. It's then paired with a hand-ground Z-FiNit steel blade from Joseph Bowen, and finished with an anodized, laser etched aluminum spine spacer and hardened steel stop pin. Limited to just 20 pieces (10 carbon, 10 titanium), it comes in a custom leather and felt case from This Is Ground.