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Parker Safety Razor 100% Silvertip Badger Bristle Shaving Brush–Chrome Handle with 3-Band-Silvertip Badger Hair Bristles – Extra Dense and Soft Bristles –Parker Shaving Brush Stand Included

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Parker Safety Razor 100% Silvertip Badger Bristle Shaving Brush–Chrome Handle with 3-Band-Silvertip Badger Hair Bristles – Extra Dense and Soft Bristles –Parker Shaving Brush Stand Included

Original price was: CDN$ 83.45.Current price is: CDN$ 76.49.

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Original price was: CDN$ 83.45.Current price is: CDN$ 76.49.

SKU: CHST
Brand:Parker

Description

Parker Safety Razor 100% Silvertip Badger Bristle Shaving Brush–Chrome Handle with 3-Band-Silvertip Badger Hair Bristles – Extra Dense and Soft Bristles –Parker Shaving Brush Stand Included

For over 40 years, Parker Safety Razor has engineered the world’s finest shaving gear and classic men’s grooming accessories. We have been a leader in safety razor innovation and design, ensuring that each of our products is manufactured to the highest standards.

Our strong heritage and quest to deliver exemplary products are reflected in our commitment to our customers’ satisfaction with every item that bears our name.

Nothing Shaves Like a Parker – For over 40 Years Parker Safety Razor has been the obvious choice!

parker safety razor

Parker Safety Razor offers a wide selection of handmade shave brushes. Our brushes are available with different styles and bristle types to meet every preference. The density and softness of the bristles impact exfoliation, how much water the brush retains, and the thickness of the lather created.

Silvertip Badger is the softest grade of badger. Many shaving enthusiasts will use nothing other than silvertip. Parker Silvertip brushes are extremely soft and are superior to many brands costing 4 to 5 times more money. The silvertips are best for those with sensitive skin because of their super soft bristles.

  • HANDCRAFTED WITH PERFECTION: This Silvertip badger shaving brush is handcrafted with long loft 3-band silvertip badger hair bristles and a deluxe chrome handle. It creates a fabulous lather with you shave soap or lathering cream.
  • EXTRA SOFT AND DENSE BRISTLES: The super badger shaving brush contains extremely soft and dense bristles. The bristles are hand selected by our artisans. The super-soft bristles are excellent for all skin types including sensitive skin.
  • HEAVYWEIGHT CHROME HANDLE: This elegant silvertip badger brush has a deluxe heavyweight chrome handle that offers a fine balance and makes lathering easier. The brush weighs 5 ounces or 142 g.
  • BRUSH STAND INCLUDED: Included is a Resin brush stand. Storing the brush with the bristles facing down with this stand will result in increasing brush life as the brush will dry properly.THOUGHTFUL GIFT: This Parker safety shaving brush makes an excellent gift for a friend or family member. It comes packaged in attractive gift box as well.

Shaving Brushes by Parker Safety Razor are hand-made using only the finest materials.

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Product features include:

 

  • 20 mm handmade brush knot generates a rich lather
  • Lucite brush stand included to ensure proper drying and brush storage
  • 100% silvertip badger bristles – extremely dense, soft and lush
  • Heavyweight chrome based handle – brush weighs 5 ounces and has tremendous balance
  • Packaged in a gift box

Specifications

GenderMale
Age GroupAdult
PatternSolid Print
UPC648620582027
Is PortableY
TypeBadger
Product NameParker Safety Razor 100% Silvertip Badger Bristle Shaving Brush (Ivory Handle) & Free Shaving Brush Stand
ManufacturerParker Safety Razor
Is ReusableY
ConditionNew
MaterialBadger
Manufacturer Part NumberIHST
Color CategoryOff-White
ColorIvory, Off-White
ModelIHST
BrandParker Safety Razor

4 reviews for Parker Safety Razor 100% Silvertip Badger Bristle Shaving Brush–Chrome Handle with 3-Band-Silvertip Badger Hair Bristles – Extra Dense and Soft Bristles –Parker Shaving Brush Stand Included

  1. 5 out of 5

    Joseph Riggio

    I’ve been shaving for more than forty years … YES, I’m that old! I’ve tried all methods and styles of removing beard from my face … from straight edge razors to disposables and electric razors too. Along the way I’ve gone back and forth between using a brush and soap, shaving creams, gels and oils (which I don’t prefer).

    Here’s my quick take on this brush … it’s fabulous.

    I love the quality of this brush and at the price it’s a super value. The finish of the handle is great … smooth, well finished in chrome, great ergonomic design in my hand, and the weight is substantial but not oppressive. The bristles are well set and in a tight knot at the base that fans out beautifully as soon as you well them. It’s amazing how much water these bristles will hold, and I’ve never had a brush with anything like the softness of this one.

    A confession: I love badger, even though I’m a face latherer and I use a hard soap.

    It’s not that I don’t think boar, when well broken in is also great for face lathering, but don’t pass up a badger brush if you like hard soap and face lathering. Unless you need to build a lather that resembles shaving cream from a can this brush will more than do the job for you. If you build your lather in a cup you’ll be thrilled with this brush.

    Some folks talk about the smell of badger and boar brushes, but I had absolutely no issue with that with this brush. I did wash it before I used it the first time with shampoo, but I’m not even sure that was necessary. I’ve had no shedding at all. This is a pure silver tip product and it’s as good as any brush I’ve seen at four times the price. I bought it because I wanted a solid handle brush without a ring to hold the knot and this did the trick for me.

    HOWEVER … the real reason to buy this brush is the luxury of it … there’s simply nothing that feels like a high-quality silver tip badger brush on the face. It’s a pure luxury experience … and even if you shave with a disposable Bic razor buy a great badger brush and use it, even if it’s only a treat once a week.

    Real men get that shaving is part of the ritual we get to indulge in once you get it. I know that for many men shaving is simply a chore they have to engage in on occasion. However with a great shaving brush and a great razor you can really get a great shave … and enjoy it too. There’s a knack to shaving this way … prep, e.g.: after showering is best for most men, wet your face and use a good pre-shave product to set the beard and condition the skin – (I love Proraso products, and their Pre and Post Shave Cream is my favorite product … I love the eucalyptus tingle during the shave), then lather up (either lather in a cup/bowl or load the brush and later on your face), and leave it for a least a couple of minutes, then shave in one direction with the beard, and re-lather before shaving against the beard … some folks like to shave across the beard first and then against the grain of the beard. You’ll have taken ten to fifteen minutes out of your day, but you’ll feel great and you’ll look great too.

    The Parker brush is the one I go to whenever I want a bit of luxury to start my day … and I recommend it without hesitation as the best value for money badger brush I’ve ever come across. Heck, unless I was into exotic luxury products there’s no other brush I’d go to at all.

  2. 5 out of 5

    rlathrop

    I have been looking to upgrade my shaving brush for a while now and have been doing a lot of research on them. The frustrating issue was trying to determine what brush was worth my money. I had seen many brushes that claimed to be Silvertip but did not come close to the price range I though was appropriate for such a boast. I then watched GeoFatboys YouTube videos and saw that he kept recommending the Parker Silvertip Brush. I immediately went to Amazon to check it out. NIRVANA! I had finally found what I was looking for. I bought it immediately. Upon arrival I was even more surprised that the handle was on par if not better quality than the reviews had said. At first assessment of the hair I was disappointed, thinking that the hair quality was not that great since it felt like my other brush. But then I got it wet and immediately noticed where the money had gone to. The hair quality was far superior to my current brush (Tweezerman Badger) and I was in love! I then took it for it’s first shave and could not believe how well it worked. It held the heat of the water and made my shaving cream nice and toasty. Overall I could not be happier.

    Pros: Great Value
    High Quality
    Nice Weight
    Soft Hair
    Low Odor (Badger brushes are notorious for their odor. I think that the higher quality causes less odor.)
    Looks Great On Sink

    Cons: None found so far

  3. 5 out of 5

    Steve Tennison

    I purchased this brush to replace one that came with a wet shaving “starter kit”. The kit brush lost hairs like a dog with mange so that, after a month or so, it was becoming sparse and asymmetrical. Also, the kit brush bristles felt like they’d been harvested from a kitchen broom – scratchy, that is. This brush is in a whole different category. The bristles are soft and supple so that running the brush over my face is a genuinely pleasant sensation. This brush has yet to lose a hair, so no more picking strays out of my soap tin or off my face. One caution to buyers is that this brush is HEAVY. The handle seems to be solid metal so that, after most of a day drying, the brush weighs in at about 4.4 oz (126 g) which is quite a bit heavier than my old wood handled brush. The drying gadget that comes with this brush is no-frills. It’s an unlovely hunk of plastic that gets the job done. I’ll probably replace it soon. But I didn’t buy this brush for the handle and, when it comes to the brush itself, I got exactly what I wanted.

  4. 5 out of 5

    BEARDMAN

    My other brush is a boar, so I can only compare it to that, not to other silver tip brushes. My boar brush is very soft and floppy, but it’s ten years old. The badger is stiffer, but it’s new. So far, I like it. Feels good while lathering the face. Does a fine job. It lost only a couple of hairs in the beginning. I really liked my boar brush (Omega 31064), but I’m starting to prefer this one.


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