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    New Scuttle from Germany and the Shavemac Silver tip 30mm 6" high
    put Saras scuttle in for a size reference this scuttle is awesome!!



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    what material is that made of, do you know? Like clay or ceramic. Looks fantastic by the way. i like the color change.
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    It says Stoneware?

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    I have a couple of these including one like Don's and they are absolutely monsters!!! They do a really nice job, but might just be a little too large.....hahahahahaha.

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    It says Stoneware?
    Maybe its carved out of a single huge chunk of stone, haha. Thast thing is a monster. Does it hold heat well and for a long time? I would imagine once its warm due to its thickness it would hold heat for quite some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjiscooler View Post
    Maybe its carved out of a single huge chunk of stone, haha. Thast thing is a monster. Does it hold heat well and for a long time? I would imagine once its warm due to its thickness it would hold heat for quite some time.
    Does a great job today it was the last thing I cleaned up when I was all done getting dress and I actually think it was hotter then when I shaved. I am going to add the pre heat water sooner then add the heated water right before I shave to see if it gets even hotter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taz View Post
    Does a great job today it was the last thing I cleaned up when I was all done getting dress and I actually think it was hotter then when I shaved. I am going to add the pre heat water sooner then add the heated water right before I shave to see if it gets even hotter.
    Sounds like its working out great for you. I might have to get one someday. How exactly do you use it? Do you fill the whole thing with hot water then dump it out and refill it with hot water and dip the brush in the smaller cup?
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    Hi Don,

    Nice photos by the way, and very nice scuttle. This is the large scuttle yes?

    Cheers
    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjiscooler View Post
    How exactly do you use it? Do you fill the whole thing with hot water then dump it out and refill it with hot water and dip the brush in the smaller cup?
    Exactly. Filling it twice offers the advantage of the material storing the heat in the first go. The second filling leaves you with warm lather for a long time. It is similar to pre-heating a teapot.
    The material is stoneware, it is fired at 1220C, which makes it impervious. In fact, the scuttles could be used without glaze.
    I am confident I can make them available in the States soon without too much shipment costs involved.
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    Oh, the thing on the fotos is the largest version, yes.

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    Jeez, in a couple years, these things will be dwarfing your sinks!

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