Your preferred handle ?

Discussion in 'The Brush' started by CHSeifert, Dec 22, 2012.

  1. CHSeifert

    CHSeifert Active Member

    Here are mine:

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    What is yours ?
     
  2. swarden43

    swarden43 "It's your shave. Enjoy it your way."©

    That's just not right! You said preferred "handle", singular! So which ONE is it? :p

    Sweet looking brushes, by the way. :signs154:
     
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  3. alpla444

    alpla444 That's sweet!

  4. Williams Warrior

    Williams Warrior Well-Known Member

    I like Persian Jar shaped handles myself.
     
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  5. battle.munky

    battle.munky Has the menthol.munky on his back!

    I like the persian jar as well. I'm pretty fond of the basic Semogue handle too, whatever it is called.
     
  6. alpla444

    alpla444 That's sweet!

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    Persian jar also or the my rubberset above that I restored it felt right first time I tried it
     
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  7. GDCarrington

    GDCarrington Burma Shave

    Claus is all inclusive in his preference! :happy097:
     
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  8. Williams Warrior

    Williams Warrior Well-Known Member

    I call the Semogue brushes the salt shaker handles.:)
     
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  9. Neolithium

    Neolithium I am Canadian, eh

    My current favourite is my Owners Club, very comfortable to whip up lather.
     
  10. Old School

    Old School *$&%@#~

    I wish i could find my grandfathers brush. It was like a cream colored plastic with a clear acrylic "gem" looking handle...
     
  11. Neolithium

    Neolithium I am Canadian, eh

    I actually have to retract mine for the time being, I have a new brush en route which may very well take the number one spot for comfort. The SOC is hard to beat for comfort though. I have a hollow handled Plisson en route and may be picking up a T&H (Rooney) silvertip at the end of the month should I find the horn one I'm looking for, which should easily outweigh the lack of comfort for my CH1 handle. It's not necessarily too small for my hands but is definitely a little more unbalanced than I expected, which is a shame considering the brush price.
     
  12. Sara-s

    Sara-s This Pun for Hire

    I have one that is long, slender & curved (made by our own Stonyloam.) It fits my hand & looks great.
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  13. oscar11

    oscar11 Well-Known Member

    This is my favorite style, it's homemade with a 23mm Shavemac knot.
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    The one on the left may be turning into my favorite knot of all time. It's a Muhle synthetic, 23mm.
     
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