04-11-2013, 09:01 AM
  • seanusa
  • Do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya, punk?
  • Oregon, USA
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Been looking for a smaller travel brush and never tried horse hair before so I pulled the trigger on this little fellow. Does anyone have this brush or know hoe they perform, I'm very curious about it. If I wind up not liking it it could very well wind up as a PIF, but I hope to like it.

hmmmm cant get my picture to upload!

[Image: vie-long-horse-hair-shaving-brush-13120-travel-size.jpg]

Ok there it is. Any one who has this or experience with horse hair please chime in

Oh by the way here are the specs:
Knot Size 17mm - Handle Length 1.15 Inch - Hair Length 1.75 Inch - Overall Height 2.9 Inch

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 07-08-2015, 06:50 AM
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Giving this one a bump (as opposed to starting a new thread).
The original poster didn't hear anything, but maybe that's changed in the two-year interim -- does anybody have anything to say about the Vie-Long Pony (13120)?

I'm on a bit of a baby-brush kick, having picked up the Wee Scot to go with the Omega Bambino.
The Omega Wide Waist Midget (40033) is also a strong contender.

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 07-08-2015, 07:02 AM
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I own these small yet superb face latherers, perfect for travel:
Simpson's Wee Scot & 
Omega 40033 & 
Simpson's Case 1 & 
Muhle 39k257 synthetic

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 08-21-2015, 04:05 AM
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I acquired a Pony -- the 13120M, which is 35% mane:65% tail. It arrived yesterday and I gave it a first trial today.
Solid backbone and a pleasant (to me) light prickle. I didn't break it in, just used it straight out of the box.
Its loft is a little higher than the Wee Scot's. Here they are side by side.

If you like the Wee, you'd probably like this.

[Image: ZuawVst.jpg]

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