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PIFCO RAZOLITE MIRROR, 1952

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PIFCO RAZOLITE MIRROR, 1952

The Pifco Razor Lite, a small mirror with a mains lamp behind, which shines through a small area of the mirror.

Bruce Hammond Collection

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  • I have what must be the mark two version called the Pifco Shaverlite. It still has its four rubber feet and is in daily use. I used it originally with a Ronson 200 electric razor (stainless steel blades with super trim) which is still in its storage case (not the packaging carton). I remember getting it when I first started shaving which must have been around 1960.
    It all still works perfectly! I was looking on the web for some spare feet as one is beginning to split and found the museum entry.
    .......... Tim Tayler, Brailsford, Derbyshire, UK, 8th of August 2012

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