The Dorco Prime Starter Set is perfect for any man desiring a classic shave from a double edge, with the high quality of Dorco's signature stainless steel blades.
Forged with today's shaving technology and the finest stainless steel, Dorco Prime is a tribute to shaving's past while ushering in modern advances in razor blade manufacturing. Micro precision edges are offered in a double edge setting to offer the smoothest of shaves for any skin or beard type.
30 STAINLESS STEEL DOUBLE EDGE DORCO PLATNIUM BLADES (STD301)
CHROME PLATED BUTTERFLY SHAVER
TRAVEL CASE WITH MIRROR
HIGH QUALITY STAINLESS STEEL
FITS ALL DOUBLE EDGE RAZORS
Blades fit Micro Touch One™ Razor
SEE BELOW FOR A LIST OF COMPATIBLE BLADES:
- Pace Double Edge Blades, (STD301)
- Pace Double Edge Blades (5 Pack), (STD301)
- Pace Double Edge Blades (10 Pack), (STD301)
GO AHEAD. COMPARE US TO LEADING BRANDS. YOU'LL FIND THAT OUR TECHNOLOGICALLY ADVANCED RAZORS, SYSTEMS AND CARTRIDGES ARE PRICED AT A MINIMUM... 35% LESS!
A Deal for the $$
Posted by Brian on 3/22/2016
I have a little DE razor collecting habit... like I got 12 of them. So when Dorco came out with this, I just had to have it, being a regular Dorco customer. For what it cost, it's a no-brainer for those who like wet shaving. I have used mine for about a week now with the Dorco blades and I have found it to be excellent. Some razors and blades I have are too aggressive to use every day, but the Dorco system I can. I still of course love my other ones, but in fairness to Dorco I wanted to give it an extended trial.
The construction is better than I thought for the money and a cinch to clean. The Dorco blades I have used many times before and have found them to be kinda in the middle of aggression. I liken them a little to Sharks, which work nice for my skin. The travel case is very cool with a small mirror inside... nice touch.
For the cost Dorco is asking, buy one. You will definitely like it.
Posted by Nicholas on 3/21/2016
There's an imbecile amateur reviewer here that writes that his face has stubble after shaving with this razor. Well, that's because a razor, particularly a safety razor (versus cartridge razor) works only when you know how to use the thing. It's ridiculous to suggest this product is sub-par...safety razors are not new technology...sort of hard to screw up, don't you think? If you don't like the blades that come with the head....personally, I think the included Dorco blades are fine...then try another brand. Safety razors, even this one, are quite aggressive compared to a cartridge razor. One blade slices through 4 days of stubble as well as it does slicing through a 3 week old beard. Go slow with the grain, flipping the razor as one side clogs with hair, then rinse and repeat. Then, go against the grain if your skin will allow after a re-lather. Using shave oil with any safety razor is never a bad idea.
In any case, for those that don't need remedial instruction as to how to use a safety razor and are looking for an honest opinion, I'd say it rates a medium in aggressiveness of cut. It's not a razor you need to apply any pressure at all to in order for it to do its business. The silo door configuration makes it easy to change blades without any hassle. The silo (some refer to the doors as "butterfly") doors stay securely shut through a shave so long as you securely tighten them before use.
I do wish Dorco would keep making this model but also offer an aggressive open-rake or slant cut model for those that prefer to use such a design.
Recommended accessory for this product is a nicer stand so that you don't get your nice travel case's interior (velvet) dirty or wet. But, the travel case itself is nice for the intended purpose (travel).
No Problems Here
Posted by Hayley Ray on 2/29/2016
I just received this guy in the mail today along with the Dorco Pace 7. I purchased the two razors because I needed a new razor, and wanted to try the Prime, however I also wanted something I was more familiar with in case things didn't pan out so well (i.e. i sever a major artery and my shower winds up looking like a slaughter house).
I used the Pace 7 on one leg (because I'm a lady), and the Prime on the other to gauge my results. I had no issues shaving with either razor. It did take slightly longer with the unfamiliar safety razor, but not significantly so. It has actually been about six hours since I showered, and both legs are still velvety smooth. Two thumbs up.
Posted by David LaFlam on 2/5/2016
The worst shave I have ever had, leaves stubble.Feels like i haven't shaved for hours.
Dorco's Safety Razor
Posted by Danny Crandall on 12/21/2015
I am new to wet shaving and purchased this razor due to my familiarity with Dorco and the price. The razor works well and seems to line the blades up with out a problem. The construction provides a sense of quality and eliminates any doubt the butterfly will break anytime soon. I do not have anything to compare it with as of now, but this razor has made it easy to transition into wet shaving.