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  • Edwin Jagger Best Badger Shaving Brush with Drip Stand, Imitation Ebony, Medium
  • Edwin Jagger Best Badger Shaving Brush with Drip Stand, Imitation Ebony, Medium
  • Edwin Jagger Best Badger Shaving Brush with Drip Stand, Imitation Ebony, Medium

Edwin Jagger

Edwin Jagger Best Badger Shaving Brush with Drip Stand, Imitation Ebony, Medium

Edwin Jagger

Edwin Jagger Best Badger Shaving Brush with Drip Stand, Imitation Ebony, Medium

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Product Description Product Description
  • Genuine Edwin Jagger design shaving brush branded for authenticity and warranty
  • Medium size & weight Best Badger brush is ideal for all wet shavers
  • Lathering with brush softens and lifts beard hair for closer longer lasting shave, exfoliates and stimulates facial skin for fabulous feel good
  • Use with quality shaving cream or soap, Best badger hair generates rich lather for great shaving result
  • Packed with matching drip stand for easy storage and drying purposes
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Extremely good for the price It's a true medium, meaning it's not the biggest brush head. I prefer it that way for more control when lathering my face. The EJ Super Badger medium I own is slightly softer, but much denser (making it feel larger) than this one. With the slightly stronger backbone, this may be better for triple milled soaps, but I use them both for hard soaps and creamy soaps alike. 5Super goodEdit: Been using this brush for about 2.5 years now and mine still looks brand new. When I first used it there was a strong scent that went away after just a couple uses. Also maybe 10 to 15 hairs came out in the first couple months that I noticed. Once those loose ones came out, I never again lost another hair from it that I noticed. I don't baby it (I really swirl it around to get a fast lather) and it has held up great. Although I am not careful about how I lather it in the dish and on my face, one thing I do do is rinse it and very carefully wring it out after use every time. That said, I have a friend with the same brush and his started shedding hairs very badly (to the point of being in my opinion unusable) after a year and a half or so... he bought his a year or so before I did though so maybe it was a bad run... but like I said mine has been working great. Honestly I wouldn't buy it again, but only because I want one that is slightly bigger because I like a very wet/thin lather. It does it's job well but a larger one would hold slightly more water for the lather that I prefer. I know many people who like a thicker lather than I do though. The feel is very soft, the bristles do not poke. I would also probably like to get a slightly less luxurious one next time so I can build lather a little faster (my face is not sensitive so it could take a firmer bristle). I recently compared it to the brush my grandfather has used since well before I was born. His, by comparison, felt like sandpaper was nowhere near as good at this one.This is not related to the review but (just trying to help out) if you're just getting into old timey shaving and not sure what you want to do, might I suggest Edwin jagger De89lbl razer and derby 200 pack (usually around 15 bucks). There are cheaper razers if you're on a budget but it is nice and pretty and should last a lifetime if cared for... there are very few blades cheaper than the derby though. I tried just about every blade and I liked the derby's as much as the more expensive feathers and such and the 200 pack will last you a couple years. Also I started out with proraso sensitive shave soap which is very minimal and non irritating but eventually switched to dr harris lavendar which lathers just awesome and leaves a nice finish on my face, which is great. If you are thinking about straight razers I would suggest giving the DE a try first. Both because daily you will want to DE anyway and just straight when you have time and because the straight has a huge learning curve and costs more to get into.5Clean. soft and isn't sheddingThis is soft, creates awesome lather and doesn't leave boar hair on my face. When I purchased this to replace a less expensive starter brush I was amazed very quickly.First, I let it soak for about 30 minutes and then washed it with shampoo and noticed there was no dirt coming off it as it was already clean. Yes, it smelled like an animal but it was a clean animal with no extra oil or dirt on it. Nice touch.Secondly I noticed that it had a very subtle curve to it when wet. This showed it was much softer than my highly rated brush of lesser quality and when I tried it, OH YES. Soft, smooth, and I really enjoy it on my face. In fact, I brush my face before I lather to make sure my beard is wet and stands up.Third, I noticed that after about 3 days there were no extra hairs any where. My highly rated lesser brush left over a dozen a day and getting close to 2 dozen after about 6 months. Sure, I find a stray boar hair now and then but it's maybe 1 a week in stead of over 100 a weak.I love this bush. I'm still new to using a brush but it's a huge step up from my starter brush.5It works as advertised This shave brush works as advertised and I'm very happy with it. It is worth every penny I paid for it. The cheap brush I had prior to this shed like a dog. This brush is great and I highly recommend it.I've had this for a month and it is great to use. I'm very happy I purchased this brush. It lathers the shave cream very well. It does not loose bristles. Spend for this brush, it's worth every penny that you pay for it. You'll be happy with it. 5... shaving brush does feel softer and lather soap somewhat better than my old brush This shaving brush does feel softer and lather soap somewhat better than my old brush, but unfortunately, it sheds. Not a little, a lot: 8-12 bristles each time I use it, Bristles come off on my face when I am lathering, interfering with the blade. The inside of the Trufitt and Hill soap bowl looks like the floor of a barber shop. It is noticeably less full than when I purchased it several months ago, and obviously will not last as long as my old cheap standard brush. Waste of money. 1Great brush, but nasty smell initiallyGreat brush if it weren't for this native badger rotten smell. I think it goes away if you wash it with your soap/cream a few times. But wow does it stink. However, it does prove that it is indeed legit badger hair. So there we go. Definitely better than pure badger. Lathers my soap fine, it is indeed abrasive enough to do so. However, it is soft enough to not have the same cheap bite that pure badger gives. Probably my favorite brush type.In regards to the stand, there is a small adhesive sticker on the back. The ones who complain are the ones who aren't using the adhesive to stick onto their mirror or whatever. Because if you do not, the stand itself is very lightweight and will fall when you attempt to grab it or whatever due to the base not being weighted (and why should it if it's intent is to be adhered to a wall/mirror?). Although they could have easily have put the sticker on the bottom -shrugs-. It fits nicely to this brush, not tight at all like some reviewers have said. I was worried about the gap from the bottom to the brush hanging but there is indeed a big enough of 1 in gap or so.4This was actually a good brush, but ultimately I returned it This was actually a good brush, but ultimately I returned it. I am new to lathering with a badger brush I was expecting the bristles to be softer. These were a little prickly and irritated my face. Not terrible, just not the smooth experience I was expecting. The brush lost about 5 bristles on the first shave and continued to lose a few bristles every shave. It might have eventually slowed...I only gave it 3 or 4 shaves, so I don't know if it is completely fair to say it lost a lot of bristles. Any new brush will probably do this. I returned it for the Parker Silvertip which is a softer type of badger hair and it was just a much softer, scratch-free experience. It lost only a few hairs on the first shave and after 3 weeks of use, has lost only an additional 5 bristles total... so I am hopeful it will be a good brush. This brush was a little stiffer and smaller than the Parker, so this may be better for some people. 4Great mid range brushI've had 4 brushes now and have been wet shaving for 8 years. I was concerned that this was going to be too small in my hand or too light as I had a Parker before that was significantly heavy and had a nice sized bulb on it.This is lighter than that, but not too light. It is smaller than others I've had but not too light. The bristles are a bit stiffer than others that I've had, but I've realised that the stiffer bristles are much better for shaving soap that I use, where the softer bristles are better for the shaving cream that I used when I first started wet shaving.Overall, great brush. A bit of advice, when shopping for brushes, don't get caught up in all the different levels of badger hair. These are marketing people at work, and while you can tell a slight difference, softer bristles aren't always better. Rather consider - do you use soap (stiffer is better) or cream (softer is better)? Do you have a more sensitive face (softer might be better) or do you enjoy the exfoliation to keep your face soft (stiffer is better). How many passes do you take - if you only take 2 or 3, you don't need a TON of all that water holding capability that people rave about, but if you are taking 5 or more passes, that might be better for you and a bigger bulb and softer bristles might be better for you.5Soft & Fast The handle is some kind of plastic, but it has about the same weight as ivory -- a nice solid feel. The large "knot" (the hair part) makes for very fast lather application and it feels nice and soft on the skin. The included stand isn't shown, but it's plastic of the same color as the handle, though I think it's not the same material. The stand is pretty cheap in appearance. If you want a snazzy look for the stand, you likely won't be happy. If you just want something to let the brush dry upside down, it's perfect.BTW, this replaced a hand-me-down horse-hair brush. I can't comment on how nice this brush is compared to other badger-hair brushes, but compared to the horse, the difference is quite pleasant. I highly recommend badger. 5I'm a novice at this so... My opinion should be taken with a grain of salt. I recently went "old school" and bought this item along with a double edge razor (Merkur heavy duty) and Proraso soap. I'm still learning how to maximize lather. I've gone to lathering up my palm and then applying it to my face as the brush seemed to irritate my face a bit. Nothing serious but my face would be redder after shaving if I applied the lather directly to my face with the brush as opposed to lathering up in my palm and then applying it by hand. Perhaps the bristles are too stiff and I should have gone with a softer brush but, I didn't know. I also have an engineering problem with the stand. Notice in the picture that the stand holds the brush at the spot where the bristles enter the handle. When returning the brush to its stand, this always causes a couple or bristles to be pushed or moved around. This will certainly cause the outer edges of the brush to lose shape after a while or even break a few bristles off in time. I think it would be better if the stand were taller and the brush were to hang from the knob at the top so that the bristles are untouched. Otherwise, I am really enjoying the experience. It's a pleasurable morning ritual. 3Good, Basic Badger Brush I purchased this brush to upgrade from a boar bristle brush received in an entry level wet-shaving kit. There is a significant difference in switching to a Best Badger brush. This particular brush serves me very well, is extremely comfortable, and has a good level of quality. I am happy with the purchase and will purchase Edwin Jagger products again. If you are looking for a good quality brush to comfortably enter the world of wet-shaving, this is an excellent choice.Pros:- Attractive appearance.- Very comfortable.- Includes stand.Cons:- A couple stray hairs came out in the first couple uses. This is the reason for a 4-star rating. That being said, this is a very economical brush. You get what you pay for and if you want a true 5-star brush, then expect to pay a bit and invest in a silvertip brush. 4Shave supplies advice I hope this helps someone out there that is deciding on getting serious about shaving properly. Its simple, get a good brush and a good cake of soap. You don't have to spend hundreds of dollars, just be sensible, and do a little research. I stated out with a cheap brush (about $7) and fell for some soap that some people make and sell from basic ingredients and scented oils but they know NOTHING about shaving soap. First, when they try to tell you not to expect much lather from their soap, and that is normal, well.... it just ain't true. You need to spend a little more and get a cake of some really good soap. I use Edwin Jagger soap in my mug and with the proper brush, you can get loads of lather. The soap is about $8 on here. Don't cut corners and try to save a few cents buying crappy soap.I highly recommend the Edwin Jagger Traditional English Best Badger Hair Shaving Brush. Ya, its gonna cost you about 40 bucks, but its worth every penny. More expensive, higher quality badger brushes are mostly too soft to work up a good lather, and cheaper ones loose the hairs almost from day one, and you don't want those on your face when your razor will just slide over them and not shave you. Its not necessary to use really hot water either. It is not good for the brush. No one ever saw a badger taking a hot bath, right?As for the rest of your "kit" that is less important in my opinion. I found a nice old mug on one of the auction sites. For my razor, I like the the Gillette brand 3 blade type. They seem to work well on my beard and are a good middle of the road price range. I can use one for a month or more before replacing it with this combination of brush and soap. Bottom line is, trust this English company that has been manufacturing quality products for many years, they have a long tradition to live up to and prices are fair on here.My only negative about this product is that the handle could be just a bit longer. Just another half an inch would make it far more comfortable to use in the mug and on your face. 5Extremely lightweight Before you even open the box, you'll immediately feel how light it is. There's absolutely no weight to it. It's light as air. There's backbone to knot, which means it will flatten easily as you lather on the face or a bowl/mug.It's a decent sized brush, the only issue is how cheaply made it is. The handle is made out of plastic, so is the stand that comes with it.In the pictures, I didn't apply much pressure, but you can see how easily the knot flattens. 1A Perfect Fit I don't know why I waited so long before returning to DE shaving, but I am glad to say using throwaway razors is now a bad habit of the past.I used the Edwin Jagger Best Badger Brush and the Jagger Shaving Bowl to lather up with Taylor of Old Bond Street Shaving Creamand experienced the best shave I've had in the last 40 years. I had built up an 11 day beard and this brush exfoliated my face and lifted my beard exactly right.The Edwin Jagger Best Badger Shaving Brush is a perfect fit for both my hand and my face. ~ The Boss 5
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