SURREY HILLS, Australia, Nov. 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The workshop of Vikings Blade, a boutique family owned business from Australia, never seems to stop. Vikings Blade is scheduled to release "The Chieftain Junior" just in time for Christmas 2018.
Due to the huge success of their legendary Chieftain model which occupied the number 1 bestseller spot for safety razors on Amazon USA for over 3 consecutive years, Vikings Blade is now officially joining the economical and budget-friendly market segment (competing with the likes of Weishi and Baili razors from China) with the added bonus of Vikings Blade's superb inhouse quality control and strict Australian standards.
If you have purchased any Vikings Blade products before, it should be apparent that the Australian family boutique is extremely obsessed with customer feedback and suggestions.
Many customers have urged Vikings Blade to introduce an economical line of razors to help kick-start budget conscious users into the safety razor world.
The Chieftain Junior razor is a bare-bone, stripped down, light-weight version of The Original Chieftain razor without all the bells and whistles and minimal branding. Having said that, it is by no mean a "light" razor like other competitors in the same price range.
Although much cheaper, many testers of The Chieftain Junior have been extremely impressed by its smooth butterfly opening, high end detailing of the razor handle and head.
Aiming to kick-start beginners, The Chieftain Junior has a milder and tamer head than its big brother.
It is also lighter and slimmer than The Original Chieftain and will not come with a carry case or any of their famous American-made Swedish steel blades. Having said that, this is actually a good thing!
Unlike other razors in this price range that usually includes some futile Chinese blades (that often end up discouraging and disheartening beginners), the Australian family business does not engage in such practice. "If we are going to make a budget razor, we will make the best budget razor. Instead of spending money on cheap add-ons, we'd rather spend that towards improving the razor instead," said a Vikings Blade representative.
For more information on the release date and the exact specifications of the new Chieftain Junior razor, visit www.VikingsBlade.com.
SOURCE Vikings Blade