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Fusion Oval Pin Brush, 20 mm

RRP:
$49.80
Your Price:
$10.00 (You save $39.80)
SKU:
HBCC58
Weight:
0.22 LBS
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Product Description

  • Handle designed for proper leverage, minimizes fatigue
  • Engineered to eliminate hair breakage
  • Super soft relaxed cushion
  • Brush length: 9 inches long
  • Oval head size: 2 inches by 4 inches
  • 20 mm pin length for short coats
Each Chris Christensen Oval Fusion brush has a lightweight solid wooden body that won't break easily. A smooth, ergonomically Brush cushion airholedesigned handle engineered for superb leverage, omitting stress and fatigue. The supple, relaxed pin cushions are tuned according to the specific pin lengths of each brush, designed to give at the proper point, eliminating hair breakage. The solid brass pins have a nickel coating and are 100% static free. Each pin is finely ground and precisely polished to reduce breakage of the dogs coat.

Made in Germany of the highest quality material by experienced craftsman who hand finish each brush.
The 20 mm pin length is ideal for short coats, toy breeds, and furnishings. Each brush is 9 inches long. The oval brush head is 2 inches by 4 inches. This is a quality brush that will stand the test of time.

NOTE: The pin cushions are designed with an airhole that allows the cushion to gently flex as you use the brush. This is not a defect nor is it the result of a missing pin.

Brand: Chris Christensen
Made in Germany

 

Take The Tip Test:
Take the brush you have been using and run the pins down your arm. Without a ground and polished tip you will see scratches on your arm. They are very irritating to the skin and they damage the hair. If you were to look at those tips under a magnifier you would see that they look like blades of a saw (which will break and cut your dog's hair). In many cases when you see dander after brushing it is not dander at all, it is skin that you have grated off while brushing, just like the scratches you now have on your arm. Take that brush that you have just scratched your arm with and make a hundred strokes like you do when you brush your dog. See how irritated and flaky your skin will be after that.

Now, take any of Chris Christensen Systems' brushes and run the pins down your arm. You won't find a scratch, no matter how hard or how many times you run that brush down your arm.