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#1

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Philadelphia, PA
what beard combs do you like? I'm in the market for one as the cheap comb I have tends to pull and split my hairs.

this comb from Kent has a lot of good reviews: http://www.amazon.com/Kent-Handmade-Comb...beard+comb

as does this comb from EQLEF: http://www.amazon.com/EQLEF%C2%AE-sandal...eard+combs
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#2

Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
I know nothing about beard combs but they seem inexpensive enough to try both.
#3

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Philadelphia, PA
(06-16-2015, 04:13 PM)Freddy Wrote: I know nothing about beard combs but they seem inexpensive enough to try both.

I picked up the 2nd comb.
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#4

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Thousand Oaks, CA
The Kent 81T is quite small for a beard, I use one for my mustache. It's a great comb but you're likely better off how you've chosen. How do you like it?
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#5

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Philadelphia, PA
(09-03-2015, 09:24 PM)TheHandleBar Wrote: The Kent 81T is quite small for a beard, I use one for my mustache. It's a great comb but you're likely better off how you've chosen. How do you like it?

it's not bad, but it would still tug on my beard hairs from time to time. not a huge fan of the scent the comb has either. I guess it's a 'natural' scent from the wood itself, but I'm not sure.

with that in mind though, I've trimmed my beard down considerably since I started this thread to the point where I don't really need to comb it.
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#6

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Thousand Oaks, CA
(09-03-2015, 09:44 PM)andrewjs18 Wrote:
(09-03-2015, 09:24 PM)TheHandleBar Wrote: The Kent 81T is quite small for a beard, I use one for my mustache. It's a great comb but you're likely better off how you've chosen. How do you like it?

it's not bad, but it would still tug on my beard hairs from time to time.  not a huge fan of the scent the comb has either.  I guess it's a 'natural' scent from the wood itself, but I'm not sure.

with that in mind though, I've trimmed my beard down considerably since I started this thread to the point where I don't really need to comb it.

Ahh, then it's a brush you need! Smile
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#7

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Philadelphia, PA
(09-28-2015, 10:46 PM)TheHandleBar Wrote:
(09-03-2015, 09:44 PM)andrewjs18 Wrote:
(09-03-2015, 09:24 PM)TheHandleBar Wrote: The Kent 81T is quite small for a beard, I use one for my mustache. It's a great comb but you're likely better off how you've chosen. How do you like it?

it's not bad, but it would still tug on my beard hairs from time to time.  not a huge fan of the scent the comb has either.  I guess it's a 'natural' scent from the wood itself, but I'm not sure.

with that in mind though, I've trimmed my beard down considerably since I started this thread to the point where I don't really need to comb it.

Ahh, then it's a brush you need! Smile

possibly, but it's short enough now that it doesn't seem to need any brushing...I try to trim it up every 2-3 weeks when I get my hair cut.
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#8

That Bald Guy with the Big Beard
Bishop, CA
I use a military-style boar hair brush, a wide-tooth sandalwood comb, and a Kent 81T for my mustache. I also have a Big Red Beard Comb #5 that I keep in my drawer at work that is also made out of wood...

I know I'm late to the show...just wanted to add my $.02...
-Chris~Head Shaver~
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