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    Default shavemac flat top DO1 2-band

    I first saw this here and wanted one. New Shavemac Americana Extreme Flat
    and HERE Shavemac Visit!

    That was it for me....wicked SRP. You're naughty!


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    28mm Sorry, dead batteries on the digital am too lazy to replace. Thought you might appreciate the vintage calipers. he.he. Enjoy, Mike

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    Looks fantastic striking looking knot and brush congratulations.
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    Interesting....I would love to hear more about it's performance and characteristics?
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    Yea, that looks like a scrubber. Beauty, almost butterscotch look to the accent banding.
    I think phrank may have one similar. I too have admired them, and that flat top is da bomb!
    I'm partial to fans anyway and that one looks right in my wheelhouse.
    Congrats and enjoy it..
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    If it is as stiff as it looks.....Hell Yeah!
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    They are completely different, totally unique brush, and with the D01-2 knot, awesome scritch, perfect to augment the flat top.

    There's so many brushes, but you either get fan or bulb, these one's break the mold...

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    Suppose I take some shears to a VirginiaCheng? Make her a flattop?



    I have a few to play with......

    G'Nite!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharptonn View Post
    Suppose I take some shears to a VirginiaCheng? Make her a flattop?



    I have a few to play with......

    G'Nite!
    Why not, give it a bath in some starch first to stiffen it up...those D01-2's would probably shine up a rusty chrome bumper......
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    Thank guys, I thought butterscotch or caramel too. First time out. This is a very nice dense brush. Very little odor. You can use to face lather or in scuttle. My face is not sensitive so no problems with stiffness. Worked well with the Esbjerg which is an unusual cream.


    Stiffer than Simpson Chubby#2 super badger. More backbone that any of my Semouges or customs. A high and tight flat top soldier that will stand at attention..Salute.
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