Closed Comb Head Only
223 in stock
An aggressive closed comb head manufactured in Aluminum.
RZRSHRP – November 14, 2018:
After a few years of trying different razors I finally settled on this one as my main razor. I can use the The iKon Shave Craft Tech for only one pass with touch ups or if I have time I use it for the first two passes and the Timeless .95 open comb for the third pass and touch ups. So the star of the show is an $70 razor co starring a $250 razor.
David – November 11, 2017:
I found the Tech head has the aggression in am looking for. I have an extremely heavy beard so I will get “5 oclock” shadow about mid-afternoon unless I use a straight or an “aggressive” DE. This produces an “all day” shave with Feather blades.
I bought the head since I had previously bought the handle to pair with an R41 which comes with a very light handle. I reunited the iKon and Muhle handles with their heads. I prefer the iKon.
Highly recommended for heavy, course beards and experienced technique.
email@example.com – December 4, 2016:
I found the Tech head to be more aggressive then I liked… The iKon 101 head seemed smoother with less risk to skin… Note: I used the same type of DE blade for both tested.
Lonnie – November 11, 2015:
First I tried the muhle R41 and loved it so I had to try this one. This one I believe is even more aggressive than the R41. Both give great shaves with little effort. The Tech head just glides down your face nice and smooth. One pass is about all it takes and I can barely feel anything left running my fingers against the grain. I can see this head being the head I’ll use the most. Great service and shipping from Maggards!
Donald – October 24, 2015:
I just bought this razor last week and have only shaved with it twice, but already it has replaced my 2011 Muhle R41/Spitfire. Even with the improvement of the Aimsport Spitfire topcap, the Muhle comes in second to the iKon. The reason why, I think, is because the blade on the iKon is much more secure than the Muhle. The Muhle has greater blade exposure, and the iKon has greater blade gap. iKon arcs the blade, while the Muhle R41 blade sits almost flat. They are both very aggressive razors, but the iKon feels a little bit “safer” because there are no blade flex issues as with the Muhle. It also seems more efficient than even my hopped up R41/Spitfire, and It would certainly walk all over the stock 2013 model. iKon has set the new standard for aggressive safety razors. This razor is made from aluminum, it would be better IMHO made from stainless steel. Nonetheless a great razor.
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