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Simpson Polo 8 Best Badger Shaving Brush PL8B

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The Polo is brush no other manufacturer would make. Simpson broke all the rules when designing the Polo, as the series is spectacularly large. The 8 is the smallest of the bunch, and it sill towers over others. The handle is comfortable and large, removing any concern of lather on your fingers. The famous Simpson Best hair is in a class of it's own. No other brand has a mid grade hair with the performance level of Simpson Best. The Polo will not disappoint.

Total Height: 120mmLoft: 53mmKnot Diameter: 25mmHair: Simpson Best Badger

Made in England.

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Todd S.
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a nice brush

My Simpson Polo 8 is a nice brush, and I am pleased to have a brush that is "handmade" in GB. I've heard a lot of good things about Simpson brushes, especially the famed Chubby 3. To be honest though, I own too many nice handmade brushes, many with great silvertips and synthetics (some include Wild West Brushworks, Wolf Whiskers, Grizzly Bay, Brad Sears Shaveworks, Bob Quinn of Elite Razors, Envy Shave, and Turn N Shave) and the Simpson knot is not what I was expecting. I can handle the scritch, which is worse than my boar brushes, but the knot is too dense for me. I get a good lather; and it splays and paints well. But the flow through, the way the lather works into the brush and onto the face, is lacking. Perhaps, as I assume, it's the density. That's fine, because as I understand, that's a Simpson. But I find myself reaching for the other brushes I mentioned previously because the flow through is superior and makes for a better lather/shave. Perhaps another Simpson brush with a different knot, maybe a super badger, might be the ticket; however, I can't dismiss the competition, some of them at a lower cost than my Polo 8.