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    Default Bernd to the rescue

    With the future of my PJ2 super unknown, and my departure date rapidly approaching, I headed to Shavemac to get my PJ fix (I love the shape), with a customized touch. Arrived today so I can now sleep easy knowing I'll have at least one servicable brush for my adventures in thailand


    now here's hoping I'll get my PJ2 super back too
    -Slider "No Regrets", that's My Motto... That and "Everybody Wang Chung tonight". [URL="http://wiki.badgerandblade.com/index.php/User:SLider"]My Virtual Shave Den[/URL]

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    Very nice! Congratulations.

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    Purdy!

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    Sweet! (Or, as my nine-year old daughter pronounces it, "swit!"). That looks pretty big: about a 25 knot?

    Cheers,
    Danny :a44: [URL="http://www.badgerandblade.com/vb/showthread.php?p=86319#post86319"]My entry in the Hall of Fame[/URL]

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    Actually, it's just a 23mm... wouldn't want it any bigger
    -Slider "No Regrets", that's My Motto... That and "Everybody Wang Chung tonight". [URL="http://wiki.badgerandblade.com/index.php/User:SLider"]My Virtual Shave Den[/URL]

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    Like that handle. I have one just like it. With a Finest knot. Great little brush.

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    Very nice!! I love the Shavemacs. There'll be one with my intials on it someday soon I'm thinking...

    On the stand, is the top segment actually a lighter color than the bottom segment? Or does it just look like that in the picture?

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    It is lighter, the Color of the brush and stand is navy blue with streaks of light blue (just like the picture of the brush to the right). The entire top portion of the stand isn't light blue, only that thin section directly facing the camera.
    -Slider "No Regrets", that's My Motto... That and "Everybody Wang Chung tonight". [URL="http://wiki.badgerandblade.com/index.php/User:SLider"]My Virtual Shave Den[/URL]

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    Beautiful brush and stand-looking good!


    Marty
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    Default Ah!

    Splendid looking brush. I hope that it is a stress reducer and a joy to use!
    Best regards,
    Ron
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