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Opinions about Epsilon Horse Brush w. 27mm knot & 50mm loft

Discussion in 'Shaving Brushes' started by Batou, Monday March 12, 2018.

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  1. Oh - apologies!
    I think I might try one of the brushes @Sir_eider recommended above.

    Hope you manage to find a way to enjoy!
     
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  2. Nisse

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    I binned my Epsilon but managed to save it after some bin diving and now use it for testing sharpness of edges when honing straight razors, chop, chop :)
     
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  3. Nisse

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    If you like to test a good horse hair brush I believe Zenith is the way to go.
     
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  4. Batou

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    Well, now I bought a Zenith 506N XS. What a big difference! I really love this brush. It has really soft tips and a very dense knot. Just everything as I like.
     
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  5. Batou

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    Many thanks for your recommendation. I'm really happy with my Zenith horse shaving brush. A really good choice.
     
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  6. Thanks, happy to see that you had a good experience with it! One day I'll write a small review about them, I think that they should be more popular, specially for horses brush lovers or for those guys who simply want another reliable & relatively cheap option to boars (and more animal friendly, because as you know horses are not harmed in the process)

    Regards

    Enviado desde mi MI 5 mediante Tapatalk
     
  7. halvor

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    I discovered the white horse hair brushes from Epsilon the other day, fancied one and pulled the trigger on a fan spec’d 27/50. Hadn’t seen this thread. Let’s see if it differs significantly from the brown hair talked of here — which it should, this is 50-50 as opposed to 35-65 mane-tail. I’m assuming that should make it softer at the tips, ease down on backbone and thus make it less scritchy.
     

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