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Parker Safety Razor 100% Silvertip Badger Bristle Shaving Brush (Chrome Handle) and Free Shaving Brush Stand

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  • Genuine silvertip badger bristles in a handmade shaving brush
  • Extremely soft bristles and dense knotd create a fabulous lather and soften your beard!
  • A must for preparing your face for a close shave
  • Comes with a free lucite shaving brush stand for proper brush storage and drying
  • Outstanding Quality - designed to provide years of service

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Customer Reviews

Parker Safety Razor 100% Silvertip Badger Bristle Shaving Brush (Chrome Handle) and Free Shaving Brush Stand I purchased this brush almost a year ago. It has been a great brush.The handle is slippery when your hands are wet and soapy. However, I'm not considering that while I write this review... If you aren't able to realize this on your own, you probably shouldn't be shaving with anything sharp.I have had no bristles come out... well, maybe two or three since I've owned it. For six months I rinsed it after each use. For the last two months, I've just hung it to dry. There has been no difference. It has a solid, heavy feel, and fits nicely in the Colonel Conk Evernice Model 775 Chrome Safety Razor Stand along with my Merkur razor. I only would prefer that it be slightly stiffer rather than soft. 4Well worth avery penny! I am new to shaving with a safety razor and was in the market for a brush. The advice that I received was to buy a decent badger hair brush. I read a bunch of reviews and did adequate research to decide I wanted a good quality brush that would last and meet all my shaving needs. Instead of making an initial investment of $15-$40 and wanting to replace it soon I went with this Parker Silvertip and I am so glad I did. The brush is so soft and the weight feels great! It whips up lather so fast and efficiently that I feel like I have been shaving for years now. One of the main reasons I purchased from Super Safety Razors is that in the negative reviews, they are very willing to help resolve any concerns. When I ordered they were personal and excited to hear about my experience, I will be buying more supplies form a company who cares about customer satisfaction. You will be very satisfied with this product. None of my bristles have come out (maybe one or two in the beginning. . . I expected that) I have just followed the user guidelines and it has been fine. 5Great brush This is my first shave brush and it's a winner. It feels very soft and smooth on the face (I can't imagine it feeling any softer when spreading lather), but it still has good backbone for building lather. The handle is heavy (a good thing IMO). The bristle shape looks just like the product picture. It holds about 2 passes of lather. The chrome finish matches my Merkur 38C and Perfecto stand nicely. So far I've used it to bowl lather Mitchell's Wool Fat soap, Taylor of Old Bond Street cream, and CO Bigelow cream. It has worked fine for each, although patience is required when loading MWF. In the first 5 shaves I've noticed it shed only 1 bristle. The included black acrylic stand is functional but unattractive, so count on buying a better one if you'll be leaving it out on your counter. Others have mentioned that the Parker insignia (printed black) will wear off in time, and I'm looking forward to that. 5Silvertip Shave Brush This is a genuine silvertip badger brush! It is very soft on the skin when lathering compared to my pure badger brush. It creates the thickest and richest lather you can imagine, because of how much water the hairs hold. Don't let the price doubt you when compared to the price of other silvertip brushes-silvertip is silvertip. I must say the best part about this brush is going back for the second application and using paint brush strokes-it feels like dragging silk across your face! One means of improvement for this brush, however, would be the logo, which is not permanently set on the handle and can be rubbed off. Overall, go for it just like I did and you will never look back. 5Free Stand is POS but Brush is Well Worth It! Very Satisfied! Bought my first shaving brush after gathering some information. Of course every source out there reccomends Silvertip, so I begin looking around for one that's not going to break the bank.The reviews on here seemed fair, with the occasional sour-puss nitpicking over stupid things. Been using it for about a month now, so I've gotten familiar with it.The bristles seemed stiff, right out of the box, but they really softened up by the second time I used it. Had a mildly off-putting (but not unbearable) smell for the first day but that went away after 1-2 uses. Notably, I didn't thoroughly clean the shaving cream (JS Sloane) the first time I put it away.It puffs up nice and gives a rich, smooth lather and really adds something to my daily routine. I might try different shave soap or cream since I'm not sure if the JS Sloane is intended for brush shaving (also using a Merkur safety razor).This is arguably the final step in crafting my total shaving experience and I feel I made the right choice without breaking the bank.I will, however, need to buy a new stand. The included stand is incredibly lightweight and flimsy, and you need to use both hands to remove or replace the brush from/on the stand. Also there is the prominent branding which might put the purist off. But as far as function and form, this is a classic.Overall, I am very satisfied with the purchase--and you will be too. 4Learn the art of shaving! I've finally learned the art of shaving! Before purchasing this brush, I had alternatively been using (a) disposable razors with drug store shaving cream, or (b) the Braun Series 7 electric shaver (which some refer to as the 'Cadillac of shavers'). Both have been more than adequate for my needs, but I've long wondered about differences provided by older traditional methods. Decided to do a little research, which provided important information to consider before buying: silvertip badger brushes are most preferred because they are ultra soft. with bristles that fully lather up while also reaching into all areas of one's facial landscape. Reading other reviews helped determine which silvertip badger brush I'd purchase; this brush had quality reviews (comfortable molded handle; bristles DO NOT fall out; lathers well), while also possessing the visual look I desired (silver tone to match silver shaver on silver drying stand ... then it looks good when I leave it all on the counter). I've been very pleased with this purchase! I'm using this Parker Silvertip Badger brush with the Parker 99R long-handled razor, which provides a very close, very smooth shave ... different (and I must say better) than past experiences with shaving. 5I am not sure I will ever need or want another brush I am not a connoisseur of really high-quality (i.e., very expensive) shaving brushes, though I own a handful of brushes that are comparable in price to this one. But I am not sure how more expensive brushes could improve on this one very much. It is not huge, but is a very comfortable size. It generates great lather with a variety of shaving creams. (I use shaving cream, apply it to the brush and whip up the lather on my face; I have not tried this brush with shaving soaps.) This brush is soft on my face, but stiff enough to pick up some very stiff shaving creams. Those who like a very stiff or very soft may want to look elsewhere; this seems kind of middle-of-the-road to me. The brush smelled for a very few shaves, but was odorless after the first week. It has lost absolutely zero bristles. I am not sure I will ever need or want another brush. 5Where have you been all my life? As a 25-year (and counting) military veteran, shaving has become as important to me as my uniform. Because I shave seven days a week, I do not skimp on the tools or products that I use on my face. However, the shaving brush has always been a love/hate tool. I enjoy using a brush, but the shedding bristles are a nuisance. The Parker Silvertip Badger Bristle brush has far exceeded its reviews and my cynical expectations. I bought it after reading a review that touted its lack of shedding bristles; it shed only three bristles during the first use and none thereafter. What I was not prepared for is the rich lather that is produced by the softest bristles I have ever put on my face; it's like getting a warm face massage every morning. I have not tried every brush out there, so I am no authority. But my search for the perfect brush is over. I cannot imagine finding a better price-to-quality deal! My three sons will be getting this brush for Christmas. 5A wonderful old school brush with modern styleThe Parker Safety Razor 100% Silvertip Badger Bristle Shaving Brush (Chrome Handle) and Free Shaving Brush Stand, is truly a great product. High quality badger hair is properly attached to the very heavy and perfectly made chrome handle. A few hairs came out in the first week, which seems appropriate for this design. After that original "break-in" period, it just simply works. The badger hair is just firm enough to deliver the shaving paste evenly and is soft enough to feel great on my face and bald head. It also holds a tremendous amount of water which is key to a great shave. I tried to use my hands to apply the shaving cream before I bought this brush and found that I could never get it to fully convert to foam. So, I would have a layer of soap left after shaving and rinsing. This brush completely eliminates that issue and makes for a great shave.I highly recommend this shaving brush and Parker Shaving. I will be ordering a heavyweight razor and stand from Parker Shaving soon. They seem like a classy old school kind of company, selling classy old school kind of products.UPDATE 3/3/16 *** OK, so 3 and a half years later and still going strong! This is such a great product. I never expected it to last this long since I use it daily on my head and face. I am going to buy a new one just to be sure I have it for when it does get worn out from use.5This is what it must be like to rub your face on the back hair of an angel*.... Let's see, we have a heavy, high shine handle, an absolutely soft and luxurious silvertip bristle, at a price that is truly acceptable for a taste of luxury (please, don't lick it). Some might complain that silvertip brushes are "too soft", but this is a good thing if you have really sensitive skin like myself. For ladies that may be looking into DE shaving of their legs, it will definitely be too soft for leg hair stubble, in that case you may want to pick up a trimmed badger bristle or a good quality boar bristle for that (same for men with thick or rough facial stubble).The first thing you will notice is the quality of the bristle which is properly matched with a good and heavy handle. The bristle holds a ton of water and blooms beautifully. It will also create a comfortable and voluminous lather with a little work on a good soap or creame and some hot water. The softness of the bristle also holds heat for a little longer than some of the cheaper or "lower" quality badger bristles (trimmed or fine rated), which will softens up the beard a little more after a nice hot shower and pre-shave prep rinsing. The quality becomes more apparent when you start to apply your soap or creame for the first pass, as it reminds me of the softness of the fur on a kitten's belly (minus the clawed fury accompanied with it) or as my grandfather used to say "softer than the back hair of an angel" (I honestly don't know where he came up with that, but I still find it hilarious). I could probably lather my face for hours at a time, just to feel the bristles lightly washing over my stubble and stacking lather without much effort, if only I had more time throughout the day.I highly recommend this brush if you enjoy a good wet shave with the affordable luxury of a good silvertip badger bristle, when paired with a good razor and blades, preshave oil, a good shave soap or creame, you won't be having a bad day shortly after your shave.*It is not known if angels do, in fact, have back hair. I highly doubt it. 5Broke, but was replaced 8mo later! Update---------------------It was well after the "Return Period" when I contacted the seller and asked if they recommended a particular glue for a home fix, and they simply sent me a new brush just like that. Great customer service, and I'm going to see if Gorilla Glue holds the knot in the original brush because they simply asked for a photo of the broken brush but didn't want it returned. Thanks guys!Original Review---------------------I bought this brush based upon the good overall reviews, the mention of a solid weight, the chrome look, and whatnot. Overall, I was very happy - for a time.During my first use I was surprised to see about a dozen hairs come out, but that stopped happening after a few shaves, no big deal. The Parker logo started to smudge off, but I didn't mind that. I figured that must be intended as temporary anyway. I liked this better than my father's old brush and better than the cheap one I got with a kit, anyway.Then, about a dozen shaves in the "knot" or cartridge holding the actual brush inside the handle completely came loose. Whatever glue or epoxy they used failed entirely, so now I have a hollow chrome handle and a decent brush with no handle on it. I may try gluing it myself if Parker won't replace it. 5My brush is getting baldI got this brush two months ago. At first use it released a lot of hair and I thought it was normal. But after a few more uses it continued loosing hair and I stopped using it because I was afraid it would be totally ruined after a while. Based on the others reviews, I feel that i have a defective product. How can i get my product to be exchanded once the the 30 days returning period has expired?Here are some pictures of the last time I used it. You can see how the volume of hair has decreased.2Drop what you're doing and buy one.It's an excellent brush. Very little shedding, absorbs a ton of water, creates a phenomenal lather. Combine it with a good shaving soap (I like Proraso Shaving Soap 5.2 oz (147 g), personally) and a decent razor, and you're well on your way to the best shave of your life. On top of that, you will save money over time because shaving soap is far cheaper than shaving cream.Everyone has his own method, but if you're new to this game, here's mine: Fill half the basin of your sink with the hottest water you can get out of the tap, and place a mug full of this water in the basin. (this allows the mug itself to heat up, which will keep the lather warmer longer.) Let the mug and the brush soak in this water for about two minutes. Squeeze most of the water out of the brush, and swirl your brush in some shaving soap, 4-5 rotations, like you're mixing with a paint brush. No need to overdo it. Then empty most of the hot water out of the mug, saving just enough water to coat the bottom of the mug, and work up a warm, thick lather in the mug, adding water as needed. Then come back and write a review of the best shave of your life.5
Parker Safety Razor 100% Silvertip Badger Bristle Shaving Brush (Chrome Handle) and Free Shaving Brush Stand

Parker Safety Razor 100% Silvertip Badger Bristle Shaving Brush (Chrome Handle) and Free Shaving Brush Stand

4.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
CA$ 172.00
Sale price
CA$ 172.00
Regular price
CA$ 284.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (CA$ 112.00)