Kai Japan Launches Worlds First Paper Razor Weighing 4 g

Kai Japan today announced the launch of world’s first paper razor. Paper razors are razors that use paper for the handle and metal for the blade (including the head). Commercialized by focusing on paper materials from the viewpoint of eco-friendliness and 1Day razor that provides always clean and comfortable. The plastic part is reduced by 98% compared to the conventional one.

Inspired by a durable paper spoon and milk carton, Kia paper razor has excellent water resistance and can be used even if it gets wet with water or hot water (about 40 ° C). The paper handle is very easy and comfortable to hold like a plastic razor, with a detailed design for comfort. The paper razor is very easy to carry as the package is very thin (about 5 mm). The paper razor pack weighs a mere is 4g.

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Kai paper razor measures 131.5 x 59.7 x 3.1 mm (length x width x thickness) before assembly and 96 x 41.6 x 17 mm after assembly.  The razor is available in pleasing five colours – ocean blue, botanical red, jade green, sunny yellow, and sand beige. The paper razor can be used as a souvenir with a company logo or as a gift. Booking at KAI Store for the razer will start in Japan from April 1st and delivery from April 22. The five-colour razor set will be available for approximately 1,100 yen ($10.29).

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