• The Rockwell Eco Shave Kit

    Regular price $ 105.00 USD
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The Rockwell Eco Shave Kit

The Rockwell Eco Shave Kit

1715 total reviews

Regular price $ 105.00 USD
Regular price $ 175.00 USD Sale price $ 105.00 USD
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#DidYouKnow 5 TRILLION disposable razors are used every year. That's 97 BILLION pounds of plastic waste in just one year! 

Take a stand to ban disposable plastic razors. Go ECO with our 2-year eco-shave kit today!

Ships with:

  • 1 Rockwell Adjustable Razor - The best shave tech on the planet
  • 100 Fully Recyclable Stainless Steel blades - Your 2-year supply of recyclable blades
  • 4 Rockwell Barbershop Shave Soap - 2 years of natural shave soap to keep you skin taut and fresh
  • 1 Wooden Shaving Bowl - Fully recyclable, eco-friendly bowl to whip up a fantastic lather
  • 1 Rockwell Blade Safes - A safe, convenient way to dispose of used double-edge razor blades
  • 1 Cruelty-Free Shaving Brush - Exceptional soft bristles with acrylic handle and no animal-derived components – the best tool to whip up a lather

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 1715 reviews
    Lars Henrik Vestergaard-Jessen (Odense, DK)

    my daily shaver, i can shave with it in my sleep.

    S.C. (Toronto, CA)
    Straight to the top of my rotation...

    Using DE safety-razors since I was 15 (1981, if you must know). Coarse beard, maybe average density (I get a five-o’clock shadow around five o’clock, not lunchtime or bedtime). Prone to ingrown hairs and razor burn with subpar blades. Feather and Kai are go-to blades. Have had many razors from every major brand and some boutique brands.

    Enjoyed the earlier 6C model for years, especially on days I didn't have time for a slow and careful shave. Drove like a well-engineered, well-built, reliably predictable sedan. Bit bulky at the head for under the nose (a minor quibble compared to its many virtues). Not as nimble as a sports car, but that wasn’t the 6C’s aim. Easy shaving, seemed impossible to cut myself. Perfect razor to pass along to my son when he started shaving. He loves it.

    Same idea in stainless, with a less chunky head? Yes please. I got the 6S in red.

    Nice presentation box—

    Wait. The red is different than on the website. Closer to a vibrant burgundy. Truly stunning to look at, even better than Rockwell’s photos. Stylish with the matching stand. I could look at this thing all day. Feels great in the hand. Love the texture of the deep red finish. Excellent knurling.

    48 hours since my last shave. Which baseplate? Went with #5 and a Feather blade. The 6S offers great feedback. Handle much grippier than the 6C, which wasn’t lacking (better grip than even the Feather AS-D2). Rock-steady when wet. I once cut myself when a heavy, smooth-handled adjustable razor rotated in my soapy hand — that’ll never happen with the 6S. Handle also has plenty of girth. Much appreciated. Dimensions and balance are perfect. Head is thin enough to get under my nose. One pass WTG, second pass XTG. So smooth there was no need for a third. Switched to the #2 plate for a few quick cleanups. No blood, no irritation, no drama. And no ingrown hairs the next day. Fantastic shave.

    And have I mentioned that the 6S is beautiful?

    Finally, top-notch customer service. Had a problem with delivery (courier’s mistake, not Rockwell’s). Rockwell jumped right in and fixed it fast.

    K.S. (Girard, US)

    I bought a cheap vanderhagen from Walmart to get my feet wet on double edge blades. I immediately noticed less tugging and no clogging with it. So after a few weeks I decided I could drop some money on a Rockwell. I just got it today and decided to step out of my comfort zone by shaving without taking a shower first. I have never in my life been able to shave without taking a shower first. I used the included Rockwell blades, slapped some Nivia sensitive can gel on, and got to it. I worked my way up to plate plate 4 which felt like the vanderhagen. This razor felt way more smooth on top of basically shaving dry. I bought a 200 blade sample pack but the included rockwell blades did a great job. I wonder if they will still be my favorite after I go through the sample pack but I would never be disappointed throwing another Rockwell in there. I will never use a cartridge razor again. I might pick up a brush and shaving cream but I don’t see a point yet because I’m getting an awesome shave.

    Tom Schweiger (North York, CA)
    Replaced Merkur 34C

    Great weight, adjustable and corrosion resistant. Big step up.

    Paul (Canmore, CA)
    Solid 5stars

    Quality all round

    Oussama Al Jarroudi (Olten, CH)
    Slides less easily on the skin than the 6S

    The black 6s razor slides less easily on the skin compared to the 6c. Otherwise they are functionally exactly identical.

    Oren Fisher (Victoria, CA)
    Everything they said it would be...

    Solid, perfect in every detail. Excellent shave. Fits in your hand like a fine tool. Extraordinary.

    Alain Deschenes (Chateauguay, CA)

    Very good razor

    Jess (Regina, CA)
    Great upgrade

    Great razor so far. Bought to replace the Merkur 23C that I used for seven years. It feels a lot safer and easy to use compared to the Merkur with the adjustable heads. I use it for underarms, legs and haven't nicked myself once. Would recommend to any other ladies starting out with using safety razors.

    Anonymous (Simpsonville, US)
    Great razor, needs a cover

    Liking it so far but I'm so confused why it didn't come with some sort of cover so you can set it in the drawer without worrying about someone reaching in and getting sliced. The box is nice but it's a bit big for convenient storage, and it doesn't seem like it was intended to be used that way.