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I generally prefer SB razors. Yes, OC can be closer, but, frankly it is easier in my opinion to cut yourself with an OC (especilly if you have any acne, ingrown hairs or other little bumps) --- and I'd prefer not to have to worry about that just before heading off to work in the morning.
A Zenith boar with an unspecified wooden handle. Common in barber shops in Oz, and overall very satisfactory' especially for soap lathering. Suspect Zenith may be an imprint of Omega (can anyone confirm?)
They're a bit hard to find, but the Edwin Jagger boars are very good - they only make two or three varieties because they specialize in badger in the various grades. Otherwise, the Omega ones are difficult to beat at the price. Oh, and the Vulfix 'Burlington' is a good, standard boar as well.
Perseverance is the key to any boar brush. Every time I get a new one, it takes three months' continuous break-in before it is really shaveworthy. But they are worth it... boar (or horsehair) works brilliantly with hard soaps.
Yea, verily. Howsoever, me thinketh that thou dost need some guidance in the nuanced art of Jacobean English. "Thy PM's overfloweth" may be more apt. And, forsooth, it is impossible to "bother ye all" because "ye" referreth unto the singular; even in period expression, "you" is plural...