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Don't use a metal comb. It isn't good for your hair or scalp.
Let us know how it feels when you lose a $20.00 + "comb".
My (straight version) comb arrived home early (wrt to the announced shipping date), while I was on holidays. Hence my late review.
I wanted a metal comb mainly against static electricity in the hair.
First thing: I was surprised by the weight (32g). Quite heavy for a comb (but they announced 36g, so I should have thought of it before). If I had to choose now, I'd probably take the curved one (23g instead of 36). Anyway, after some time getting used to it, weight is not really a problem. Combing my (short) hair with it provides some light massage of the skull.
I have no problem of bent or uneven or sharp tines.
There remains the question of tines thickness. It's more or less what I expected from the pics, but I understand that they may be too thick for some people.
Finally, is it worth the $33 ( $20 + $13 shipping)? I'll tell in 33 years, if I can still use it (and if I still have enough hair/beard to use it).
I have been away for a while so I only got these in the last week. The comb is crap. Tines too thick and the size of the thing.... I am too late to send these back so just have to chalk it up. These are sub-standard in every way. Pretty useless as a comb anyway.
Tintovic
I've got the same issue. Tines are way too thick for it to be a decent comb and they're uneven.
Do either of these make a good beard comb?
svtcobra00
No. They do not.
svtcobra00
NO. Not even a good hair comb.
Pretty heavy for titanium... dollar store plastic comb is only 6g
Man, if only they had a pick version.
Just got mine - its decent (Straight one)
the metal is high quality but some of the tines are bent.
Some of the tines arent level.
still usable
6.5/10
mCProgram
Bent tines? And some longer than others? Sounds like crappy QC... I guess I'll pass.
I wonder if this is as dreadful as the SS one from Chicago Comb. If not I might be willing to go for it, but I don't know that I'm ready to take the plunge and try it first (even if it is a lot cheaper).
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I'm happy to report that my old comb (a no. 1, in SS which had sharp edges that pulled/tore hair) was replaced and the replacement is a spectacular comb that I envision me using for a long time (I can see it being handed down for generations if not lost). I am very happy with both the comb and the excellent customer service. Thank you John & Chicago Comb Co.!
Be honest, is the technique you developed just to put the finished combs in a vibratory tumbler with some abrasive media?
A mystery...why would you ever want textured tines on a comb? Also... are the tines as uneven as they look in the picture? (distance between the tines)
Fundin
Agreed. The curvy one looks bent. Not a good advertisement, MD...
I would've loved to see a leather sheath to go along.
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