Omega Model 21762 Italian Flag Handle Professional Boar Shaving Brush

4.17 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)


Made in Italy

7 in stock

Product Description

Professional series pure bristle boar brush

Knot:  27mm
Handle: 63mm
Loft:  64mm

Total Height: 127mm

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6 reviews for Omega Model 21762 Italian Flag Handle Professional Boar Shaving Brush

  1. 3 out of 5


    I buy boar shaving brushes for massage. This brush is VERY soft, if you hold it not by the handle, but by the pile, there is still no massage. Sensation that I smear my face with a paint brush.

  2. 5 out of 5


    This beats all other boar brushes I have (including Semogue Owners Club Taj ivory handle, Semogue 620, 830 and 1305, and Omega 10098). And even among my synthetic and badger brushes, this is my favorite shaving brush, let me get that out of the way. Lathers great, not scritchy at all. It’s taller than most – so a paint brush motion is preferable to circular scrubbing motions but I still do both on my face and always have an absolutely comfortable feel. I love the heftier weight of the handle too. I’d compare this most to my Semogue 830 which is softer than the Owners Club, and for me way more comfortable without being useless wet noodles. I don’t know how these bristles compare to Omega’s other large Pro brushes but this is an absolutely luxurious brush.

  3. 5 out of 5


    I would like to remove my June 25 review if I may because I was much too hasty in evaluating this brush. On further experimentation, I found that soaking just the tips does the trick. Soft face feel, lots of backbone, and tons of lather. Fully the equal of the SOC.

    ORIGINAL REVIEW: I bought this brush in Rome because it is great looking and VERY Italian. I was on vacation and susecptible to anything Italian. Sorry to say that I am very dissapointed. The loft is way to high and the brush is way too floppy. It doesn’t hold enough water to make a good lather. If you are looking for a great boar brush get the SOC.

  4. 5 out of 5


    Exceptional brush. Have been using it for almost 2 years. Before this, I had some reluctance about using boar but decided to give it a try. Rarely do I use badger anymore. Solid, high-quality, well-constructed brush. Really enjoy the longer handle and bristles, which after breaking in, offer soft tips while keeping backbone. Used it this morning for a really smooth shave, prompting this review. Well worth the price. Maggard does it again as I can’t seem to find this offered elsewhere.

  5. 2 out of 5


    First of this is a tall brush. Almost too tall. I don’t really find myself picking this one out of my lineup very often. It tends to be a little floppy and acts almost as like a paint brush. I have to wet just the tips to keep it useable. I prefer my soc over this one tremendously. It does look good however on the shelf and the handle really is nice

  6. 5 out of 5


    Amazing brush. Handle is very hefty and made of solid resin. If you like the large Pro size Omega boar brushes but don’t want a lightweight plastic handle, this is the one to get. The tips also feel softer than the other Omega Pro brushes too. In my opinion, this is Omega’s answer to the Semogue Owners Club.

    This is my favorite Omega boar brush because of its super premium feel. This boar brush has displaced all my other boar brushes. I have the version with the Razor and Brush logo instead of the normal Omega logo, but I hear they are the same.

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