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[Amazon.ca] Beard Comb - Natural Organic Sandal Wood for Hair $15.99 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BEARD COMPANY

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[Amazon.ca] Beard Comb - Natural Organic Sandal Wood for Hair $15.99 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BEARD COMPANY

Great stocking stuffer
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Thanks, that's a cool idea for a gift, indeed!
Got one for myself Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes
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thanks op, picked one up as a gift!
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I use the same comb from a different brand (used to be $11.59 but the price has gone way up).

I've had it for almost 3 years and I'm very happy with it. Definitely great for bearded fellows.
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I wonder how it is compared to this one? Looks basically identical and it's $9.99. Wonder if there is a quality difference.

Myhsmooth
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Because a "dollar store" comb isn't just as effective/cool? :rolleyes:
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Sad the deal is dead, woulda bought that...
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Big Shooter wrote: Because a "dollar store" comb isn't just as effective/cool? :rolleyes:
Because the cheap plastic combs have imperfections between the teeth, which can cause the comb to pull/pluck your hairs, and also cause friction and static which is a pain to deal with.
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jbar25 wrote: Because the cheap plastic combs have imperfections between the teeth, which can cause the comb to pull/pluck your hairs, and also cause friction and static which is a pain to deal with.
How did mankind survive before this worthy invention?!
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Reminder, when a deal is dead, report it. I shouldn't come a full day later seeing three posts that it's dead.
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A beard brush is fine for a shorter or thinner beard. It doesn't have the bristle strength to get through thicker, longer beards. The sandalwood brush is more effective in that way.
jumperson22 wrote: Any recommendations on a beard brush instead? Something like this?

https://www.amazon.ca/Brush-Black-Natur ... ZAWXZ0CJ8S

What is the difference between brush vs comb in terms of every day use?

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