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Simpson Wee Scot Best Badger Shaving Brush, 13mm

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by Simpson
10 reviews
Original price $46.00 - Original price $46.00
Original price
$46.00 - $46.00
Current price $46.00

The smallest brush that Simpsons make, irresistibly engraved with the company founder Alexander Simpson's signature and filled with Best Badger Hair. 

The Wee Scot was produced initially to test the craftsmanship & dexterity of the knot makers. All of their skills would be needed to produce a perfectly formed but ever so small badger knot. Today the Wee Scot is still made by those painstaking methods but do not be kidded by the miniature nature of this little diamond, this brush will still deliver a wonderful lather & satisfying shave. 

Wee Scot approximate brush specifications:

Overall brush height - 68mm
Handle height - 30mm
Knot loft - 38mm
Knot diameter - 13mm
Weight - 19g  

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4.8 Based on 10 Reviews
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John M.
Customer review

I have had the Wee Scot shaving brush for a long time. It has gradually become my favorite based upon its efficiency, durability and its pound for pound versatility. I use the Scot with creams and soaps, always in a scuttle, and its profiency allows me to get lathered quickly and neatly. The latter feature of the Scot, its concentrated application, makes for a minimum of sloppiness. There’d has been virtually no wear and tear in about eight years of extensive use. Currently, it is the only brush on the bathroom sink countertop. Tonight, I used it with a sample slice of Stirling Apple Cider in the Scuttle and the lather bloomed like a charm. A great, dynamic performer is The Wee Scot, in my experience. Enjoy shaving.

Customer review

This is my go to travel brush and works just as well as larger brushes in my collection. Once broken in it gives a super soft performance and, as someone earlier states, it allows you a certain precision when applying your lather. I love this brush!

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I know this sounds like a broken record given the above reviews won't believe how SMALL this brush is until it arrives. It is the size of your thumb and it is a bit scratchy until it gets broken in (15 shaves) and then it is as soft as butter. It was first made as a test for Simpson brush makers but when a few got out the shaving public clamored for them. Why would you want this diminutive little toy brush you might well ask? Well here are my reasons: - it's cute, I mean golden retriever puppy playing with a 2 year old child cute - it's on the shaving bucket list (great for a comparison picture next to your RazoRock Monster or Hulk) - wonderful travel brush as it can travel in a pill bottle with holes drilled in it and weights almost nothing. - it works VERY well without wasting soap or splattering and you can place your lather with perfect accuracy - it's about the cheapest brush Simpson makes ( much cheaper than my Simpson Chubby) - unlike my Chubby (and my Golden Retrievers) the Wee Scot has yet to shed It only holds enough soap for two passes and that's because I soften my water with a pinch of citric acid. If your water is very hard and you don't soften. you make be going back to your puck more often, but still you won't end up squeezing a large glob of unused soap out of the bristles after the 3rd/4th pass when you go to clean it.

Michael M.
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You know this thing is small, but when you open the box you'll be surprised just how small it is. I bought this only because it's so cute. It's fun to use and does whip up a good lather. Minus one start because my Duke 3 BB is super soft and this Wee Scot really seemed scritchy to me.

Customer review

When does size not make a difference?.. When it's a Wee Scot! After you've used this brush you'll wonder why you would need anything bigger