yes. US buyers can get a CH3 in Best for 139 shipped and in super for 199 shipped. Unbelievable. I paid a lot more in Europe and from Simpsons directly. Alrossa is not shipping Chubbies internationallyThe last time I looked the Chubby 3 in Best and in Super were being offered at an almost unbelievable discount on Amazon. Is it still so?
Your wish is my command. The CH2 is a dwarf next to the CH3. Go ahead and pull the trigger already. 139 shipped and you can return it. It’s a no brainer. Thank me later for the mind blowing life changing experience!Any chance you can post a pic of it right next to your Chubby 2?
Many people Find the CH3 handle uncomfortable because of the large girth. I hold it with a 4-finger grip and find it quite easy to grip. I have small-medium hands.How much bigger of a grip is it compared the CH2? Does the knot feel twice the size on the face?
I recently purchased a Chubby 2 in best and found it a tiny bit smaller then I expected. I'll be using it for the first time either tonight or tomorrow morning. I'm already thinking of getting a Chubby 3.
What are the pros and cons of the CH3? Is it THAT much bigger than the CH2? Are there any key differences between the CH2 and CH3 other than size?
Yep! That's why I had called it "a giant as an object" in @Pedigree 's former thread about both brushes and had pointed him to the pics of my Chubby 3 Super next to a bowl of Tabac and slightly splayed on it's lid as I found that most side-by-side pictures can only give a remote idea about the absurdly awesome mass of the Chubby 3. But your picture above is perfect in that regard.The CH2 is a dwarf next to the CH3.
I have medium sized hands and initially found the handle a bit too bulky, but it turned out it was just a question of getting used to. Once I used it some 3 or 4 times I had developed a habit and it soon felt like natural to hold. I use the same 3-finger grip I form with my other Chubbies.Many people Find the CH3 handle uncomfortable because of the large girth. I hold it with a 4-finger grip and find it quite easy to grip. I have small-medium hands.
No but halfway yes also. Not talking about many years of use or tips of very fine hair, which will slightly bend over a long time, the tips of badgers don't soften, but the knot loosens up and therefore the hair will typically be perceived as less stiff and pointy then. Also lather release will improve with the decreasing density, which can add further to perceived softness.Does the skritch go away in a Chubby best? I have a ch2 and was disappointed in the skritch and its been put to the side.