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Semogue 2000 Pure Bristle Shaving Brush

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The Semogue 2000 is a hand-made brush with high quality boar bristle knot set in a handsome handle. This medium-large brush, with the stiff bristle, will make quick work of even the toughest shaving soap and provide a stiff scrub.Handle: Wood Total Height: 117mm Loft: 60mm Knot Diameter: 25mm Hair: Boar Bristle Made in Portugal.

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4.9 Based on 7 Reviews
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Oli P.
United States
Really nice brush

Really nice brush. Has only lost a few hairs the first few times I used it. I love how long the bristles are and how soft the brush is while still being firm enough as a whole to lather up the soap

Bobby B.
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The perfect boar brush.

This brush is the absolute perfect boar brush. I love the wooden handle, perfect size, weight and finish. It has the perfect size knot with just the perfect amount of scrub and splay when face lathering. The softness is always surprising for a boar brush when ���painting'. It holds a tremendous amount of water and soap. Plenty for 3+ passes. I cannot recommend this brush enough for its price. This brush outshines most of my expensive brushes.

Owen K.
  • Value for Money
very happy with my brush,just

very happy with my brush,just slightly disapointed in the lather of my soap.Over all pleased.

Hugo B.
Semogue 2000 Pure Bristle Shaving Brush

I have been using this brush for just under 2 months now and I am very satisfied. To begin with, the brush lost a lot of hairs and was quite stiff, which is to be expected with most, if not all, boar hair brushes. Presently, the brush is just beginning to break in properly and the performance is incredible - the brush loads well and the varying height in the hairs seems to make the lather stay consistent for the whole shave, rather than dissipating from the brush. A little bit pricey for a boar hair brush, but worth every penny

I second spending the few

I second spending the few extra dollars if you are looking for a good basic/beginners brush. It lathers supremely, and looks great. Stiff yet soft. It has the name branded into the wood on the base of the handle which is a neat touch, I took off the sticker to give it a more minimalist look. West coast shaving will really take care of you.