Ceramic Razor
Anette Stroeh, Anette Ströh, Bauhaus University, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Ceramic Blade, Ceramic Razor, ceramics, Design, Designpreis Neunkirchen, Keramik, Keramikrasierer, Product Design, Rasierklinge, sharp blade, Shave, shaving set, technical ceramics, Technische Keramik, zirconium oxide, Zirkonoxid

Production Date
2006

Cooperation Partners
Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, DE

Exhibited At
Designpreis Neunkirchen 2007


Info

Every shaving man‘s dream: A razor that never has to be sharpened or renewed again. The ceramic razor is based on the idea of one, continually sharp blade in connection with a safe handling and aesthetically challenging form. The basic idea of the razor is its head with an integrated blade made out of zirconium oxide, a cutting ceramic previously used in the textile industry. The compound is the sharpest and least abrasive material beneath the diamond.

The ceramic razor takes advantage of these positive material properties. The blade shows nearly no abrasion at all. Another advantage of zirconium oxide is it’s extreme hardness and breaking strength. The ceramic is anti-allergic, so men with metal allergies can enjoy a smooth, pleasurable shave. The new blade material allows a totally new razor shape. Throughout the design process of the razor an adequate shaving set was created as well. It includes a shaving brush, a shaving soap bowl and a metal stand. Design patent registered.

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Anette Stroeh, Anette Ströh, Bauhaus University, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Ceramic Blade, Ceramic Razor, ceramics, Design, Designpreis Neunkirchen, Keramik, Keramikrasierer, Product Design, Rasierklinge, sharp blade, Shave, shaving set, technical ceramics, Technische Keramik, zirconium oxide, Zirkonoxid

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Anette Stroeh, Anette Ströh, Bauhaus University, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Ceramic Blade, Ceramic Razor, ceramics, Design, Designpreis Neunkirchen, Keramik, Keramikrasierer, Product Design, Rasierklinge, sharp blade, Shave, shaving set, technical ceramics, Technische Keramik, zirconium oxide, Zirkonoxid

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Anette Stroeh, Anette Ströh, Bauhaus University, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Ceramic Blade, Ceramic Razor, ceramics, Design, Designpreis Neunkirchen, Keramik, Keramikrasierer, Product Design, Rasierklinge, sharp blade, Shave, shaving set, technical ceramics, Technische Keramik, zirconium oxide, Zirkonoxid

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