Simpsons...meh!

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I’ve had a Duke 2 in pure and 2 Duke 3’s in best. I was a replacement. They all started shedding significantly within 6 months. I have to thank Anthony at Shave lounge as he replaced the first Duke 3 & fully refunded the replacement when the issue reoccured. It’s a shame as I really like the knot of 3, but I would definitely not consider a Simpson’s again as my experience of the brand mirrors many others.
 
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You could always remove the knot and replace it with a synthetic or badger knot depending on your preference.
Personally, if I decided to replace the badger hair knot on a Simpson's brush, I'd want to replace the handle too. Then I'd get into that old joke about the brush that lasted 30 years...I only replaced the handle twice and the knot three times!:giggle: I've decided to go animal-friendly and never buy another real hair knot again. I'm far too impressed with the latest generation of synthetics and at under £20 for some truly excellent brushes it seems like a no brainer.
 
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Personally, if I decided to replace the badger hair knot on a Simpson's brush, I'd want to replace the handle too. Then I'd get into that old joke about the brush that lasted 30 years...I only replaced the handle twice and the knot three times!:giggle: I've decided to go animal-friendly and never buy another real hair knot again. I'm far too impressed with the latest generation of synthetics and at under £20 for some truly excellent brushes it seems like a no brainer.
Is that you Trigger?
 
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