09-19-2013, 04:27 PM
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TRADED for same size knot in D01 2 band


Up for trade is a beautiful, custom Shavemac that I purchased December 2012 and has been used approx 40 times (give or take) according to my records. I am the original owner, well cared for, no issues. The only reason I'm trading it is, it's very similar in size and performance to a couple other brushes in my den and think it's comparable in price to what I am looking for.

This material is not offered on the Shavemac site and is called "Smokey Blue". It does not have the normal 1/2 solid, 1/2 swirl seen with most Blue Marble Shavemac, but its a full swirl, very classy looking. Knot is uniform fan, soft and has no scritch.

Will consider:
Rooney 2 or 3 band
Simpson 2 band or 3 band
Shavemac D01 2 band
Thater 2 band
Other quality brushes

Thanks for looking,

Bruce
Canada

Shavemac D01 3 Band Fan in Custom 167 Handle
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Overall Height: 99.10 mm
Handle Height: 50.00 mm
Knot Loft: 49.10 mm
Knot Diameter: 25.36 mm
Weight: 67.9 g

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 10-09-2013, 02:23 PM
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Still looking for a "trade" before I put it up for "sale".

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 10-09-2013, 06:24 PM
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That brush looks insanely good, I just have a hard time with the thought of letting go of my Thater 2-band!

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 10-12-2013, 01:00 PM
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(10-09-2013, 06:24 PM)explodyii Wrote: That brush looks insanely good, I just have a hard time with the thought of letting go of my Thater 2-band!

understood. I had a 3 band and sold it, now I'm looking to try a 2 band Thater or something else...heck, I'd even try a proven Simpson to mix things up Tongue

The only reason the Shavemac is for sale, is I have 3 brushes all with similar sized handles and knots. the T&H (Rooney Knot) is likely next to be moved but that one will got to a buddy who has his eye on it.

The Rooney ST2 is not going anywhere now or later, it's just too good a brush to let go.

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 10-12-2013, 02:05 PM
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That brush is a great example of the wonderful brushes that shavemac can make.

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 10-23-2013, 03:19 PM
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TRADED for a D01 2 band FAN..which is what I was hoping for all along.

hoping myself and the other party are both happy in the end.

Please Archive. Thanks TSN.

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