Discussion in 'The Brush' started by Edwin Jagger Loyalist, May 18, 2017.
Seems like a good idea. Don't believe I would buy it. I had a good laugh at the cheesy commercial though!
(Also if you read their ad copy, manufacturer understanding of physics is not good, "matting hair follicles"....lololololololol)
I'd be afraid of accidentally pushing the button while lathering and getting my ear drums blasted out. Looks like you're lathering with an air horn.
Not for me, thanks. It doesn't work with Williams or Arko.
I don't think so. Even if I used canned cream or gels, it just makes it more cumbersome. A brush alone is a lot more easier to move and control. Why add more weight and bulk to brushing on a lather. Just another way to have consumers buy something that's not needed and add more work than actually needed. Bet most people will eventually add it to the "novelty", not necessary drawer or box when done with it. My opinion.......
Funny commercial. Is it practical? I'm going with jimjo...it looks to cumbersome. I'll stick with the old way.
@Jayaruh, can you make me one of these?
No thanks, not for me at all. I will stick with my brush a lather bowl and a good cream or a soap. I like whipping up a great lather by hand. It's part of the hole whet shave exsperiance in my opinion.
It's been done before. Gillette had a brush that used cartridges for foam. Heck, if you wanted to, you could just repurpose a 'fill it yourself' soap scrubber for dishes. Change the brush for boar, and fill with cremo
Nope, but I like the commercial.
What a joke.
It will sell no matter how "dumb" it seems. People really like to buy dumb stuff.
I have been in retail for over 25 years and I see it every day.
People got into fistfights over Furbys and Beanie Babies! Now you can't give them away.
And the latest is the Fidget Spinner, go to your nearest store and they will be sold out.
If you want to be a millionaire, come up with a dumb product that nobody needs. Then convince people they need it. Sell the sizzle, not the steak.
That is ridiculous.
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Unless someone has arthritis, I cannot see the point of this. It seems as we are getting lazier and lazier as we evolve.
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