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Anyone have a handle knotted by this company in Australia? Can’t find any reviews of them but their knots look great. Thanks.

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(04-12-2020, 03:41 PM)Whisker_whacker Wrote: Anyone have a handle knotted by this company in Australia? Can’t find any reviews of them but their knots look great. Thanks.
Never heard of them. Link?
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(04-12-2020, 03:48 PM)LOOT Wrote:
(04-12-2020, 03:41 PM)Whisker_whacker Wrote: Anyone have a handle knotted by this company in Australia? Can’t find any reviews of them but their knots look great. Thanks.
Never heard of them. Link?

I believe this is Mr. Britva from IG, not positive though.

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Hunter
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People are raving about them but I can’t figure out how to buy one even if I wanted to.

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(This post was last modified: 04-12-2020, 03:54 PM by FloridaCreekIndian.)
AMAZING knots! I have one mounted in a Leo Frilot TruStone handle. Super dense, great backbone with very soft tips. This is a 24mm fan knot.

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#6
He has a Facebook page and Instagram. His name is Srdjan.

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#7
Fantastic knots + super friendly and professional person behind it!

We are currently having a group buy with one of his knots on our Australian forum...and you can see the prototype of the brush in my current SOTD picture...

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Srdjan will be sending me these two on Friday, the copper Outlaw handle is from Steve at Alpha Shaving and the white chubby is from Tony Forsyth. They’re 27mm and 28mm respectively.

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(This post was last modified: 04-18-2020, 11:03 AM by kooshman7.)
I picked one up recently. It is an older one, likely from around 2018 and the one posted on his instagram page. That hair looked more natural and to not have as much tip processing as has been the custom to do recently. For the type I have it is good and I enjoy it. There was a type of hair it put me in mind of, but I can't recall what it is now. Perhaps it was VP Leonhardy 2-band. Whatever it reminded me of, it's not one of the brands that gets wide acclaim in the forums, but is very good and deserving of more acclaim than it gets. Florida's brush looks close to the type of hair mine is.

Edit: Changed grades to brands as that was the actual word I meant.

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Joe
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Curious to hear more info on the current knots versus some of the better hand-tied knots out there.  Heard mixed reviews from the research I’ve done, but it seems like it depends on how recently you bought.

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