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Maggard Razors 24mm Black Handle Black and White Synthetic Shaving Brush

4.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

$13.95

Made in China

602 in stock

Product Description

The Maggard line of Synthetic Shaving brushes are sure to be a favorite among beginners and veterans alike.

With high quality resin handles, and super soft black and white synthetic fibers (similar to the famous Plisson synthetic fibers), we feel as though these brushes are some of the best values on the market.

Maggard Razors has used our buying power to bring you these amazing brushes for the low price of $13.95.

 

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Additional Information

Measurements May Vary
Total Height

105mm

Loft

56mm

Knot

24mm

Handle Height

49mm

Handle Waist

31.5mm

4 reviews for Maggard Razors 24mm Black Handle Black and White Synthetic Shaving Brush

  1. 5 out of 5

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    This is easily the best synthetic brush I have tried. The backbone is perfect. It feels like a dream on the face. It loads a ton of lather easily and has surpassed most of my Simpsons best badgers in the rotation.
    My Simpsons Emperor in super still (barely) beats this brush, but was 10 times the price.

  2. 1 out of 5

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    Sorry, but this brush has a very bad quality. Hard glue bump, can’t recommend this brush to anyone. Imho the other maggard synthetic brushes are much better!

  3. 5 out of 5

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    Another winning brush design from Maggard’s!

    The “tuxedo” is called such because of the intermingled black and white bristles. The black is supposed to offer backbone and the white softness. The idea is to offer a compromise between soft but mushy Plisson style brushes and firm but overly springy black fiber Rytmo imitation brushes.

    The compromise works in this case. The b&w Maggards is much more structured than the Maggard black and tan Plisson styles, and is less likely to fling lather about than the Maggard black fiber. (The shorter loft on the b&w helps with that also.)

    I found the brush pleasant and easy to use, needing a wet down of about ten seconds before use, easily creating and loading lather for three pass (or more) shave, and being very easy to clean afterwards. The face feel was comfy yet also had perfect structure for face lathering.

    I own more expensive knots similar to this one, and can attest that this knot is perfectly comparable at a lower price point. 30mm is too big unless you are head shaving, 22mm a tad small for many faces, so 24mm is just about the perfect size.

    As might be expected from Maggard’s. the knot was perfectly set and centered, and the handle, though basic, was attractive and well made with no visible defects and excellent ergonomics.

    This to me is the new must-have synthetic from Maggard’s and I think this is the best option in their excellent line of synth brushes. If you absolutely need maximal softness, the Maggards black and tans may still be viable, but other than that, most looking for a cheap, good synth offering the best set of attributes can stop looking right here.

  4. 5 out of 5

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    I own the Razorock Burce Plissoft 24mm and this brush in 24mm. The Razorock is a nice brush but falls short compared to this one. The knot on this one is much denser and easily loads up with enough soap for multiple passes. The tips are very soft with no scratchiness at all, and the knot has what I consider to be the perfect amount of backbone. Simply put this brush feels wonderful on the face. It is also the fastest drying brush I have ever used. A gentle squeeze with a towel and then buff the tips and it is almost dry.

    I find a 24mm knot to be ideal for the hard soap I use and the facial real estate I need to cover. However, the knot is so dense and works up so much lather on this brush that I just ordered the 22mm version since I think it will be equal to my other brushes with 24mm knots.

    My $160 German made silvertip won’t be seeing much use anymore. All I can say is WOW, great brush!

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