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I am going to try to be objective as possible here. For the price, The knot of boar bristle seems top quality. After two weeks of daily use the knot is SOFTER than my "grosvenor" mixed badger boar brush(and Iv'e been using that one daily for 3 years). The knot is thick and springy but silky smooth on the skin. Perfect for soap puck lathering. Unfortunately, I cannot say the same for the handle. When I received the brush it looked damn sharp. the paint colours chosen are deep and lustrous with clear straight lines. The problem began after only the third shave. The finish on the handle had begun to crack. It has been two months now of continued use(I have since attempted to seal the crack with epoxy and this has been ineffective in stopping the crack) and the single crack has turned into a hideous spider web crack that grows and shrinks if the brush is wet or dry. I am aprehensive about puchasing a replacement out of fear that I will have the same problem.