03-21-2015, 08:53 PM
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Anyone try WSP best badger knot? just wondering how it performs and how it feels.

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 03-22-2015, 08:07 PM
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I have quite a few of their older Stubby Superfine 2-Bands which are excellent, but I have never tried their best badger. 
If you can afford the Prince 2-Band, I would highly recommend that one. Good luck. 

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 03-24-2015, 09:18 PM
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(03-22-2015, 08:07 PM)celestino Wrote: I have quite a few of their older Stubby Superfine 2-Bands which are excellent, but I have never tried their best badger. 
If you can afford the Prince 2-Band, I would highly recommend that one. Good luck. 

I was eyeing the best cause theres a 32mm i dont think i saw that in super just man and best :/

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 03-25-2015, 12:20 AM
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I own a (later) superfine and a best, both the same standard density 24mm knots. I found the best to actually be softer and have more backbone than the superfine, though still a little lacking in that department. I do question the consistency of the knots due to this and that the superfine was more costly. An extra dense knot like the best may be a good value. I have talked to Lee over the phone though and he seems fairly straight forward. If you voiced any questions about buying a specific knot he seems like he can help.

I reach for my TGN finest knots more, though they are the older ones. The newer ones aren't as nice but are still fairly good. I looked at their site and they have a 30mm finest knot that measures 29.25mm at the plug while the WSP 32mm is 30mm at the plug, so in reality they shouldn't be much different in size. 

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 03-25-2015, 03:58 AM
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(03-25-2015, 12:20 AM)Joezamboni Wrote: I own a (later) superfine and a best, both the same standard density 24mm knots. I found the best to actually be softer and have more backbone than the superfine, though still a little lacking in that department. I do question the consistency of the knots due to this and that the superfine was more costly. An extra dense knot like the best may be a good value. I have talked to Lee over the phone though and he seems fairly straight forward. If you voiced any questions about buying a specific knot he seems like he can help.

I reach for my TGN finest knots more, though they are the older ones. The newer ones aren't as nice but are still fairly good. I looked at their site and they have a 30mm finest knot that measures 29.25mm at the plug while the WSP 32mm is 30mm at the plug, so in reality they shouldn't be much different in size. 

Ok thanks.  Yes my older tgn knots are fine. I had bought a new finest 2band from tgn that wasnt to par and they said they are removing it cause other people had same issues. The consistency of the wsp kind  scares me though cause at their price i would expect consistency. 

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 03-25-2015, 03:29 PM
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I have four WSP brushes. None of them are best, sorry, but the build quality and performance are all excellent.

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 03-25-2015, 03:37 PM
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(03-21-2015, 08:53 PM)06malibu Wrote: Anyone try WSP best badger knot? just wondering how it performs and how it feels.

I have the Prince 2 band silver tip and it is a wonderful brush,great for creams and all types of soaps.

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 03-26-2015, 06:06 AM
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(03-25-2015, 03:37 PM)ronkey Wrote:
(03-21-2015, 08:53 PM)06malibu Wrote: Anyone try WSP best badger knot? just wondering how it performs and how it feels.

I have the Prince 2 band silver tip and it is a wonderful brush,great for creams and all types of soaps.

+1

Crazy backbone on this brush.  I love it...

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