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post #1216 of 2955

Just got some Edoya brushes & they really fantastic especially the Goat Hair one. Edoya's  Hair Density & Construction really par excellence. 

 

 

Edoya Horsehair Dusting Brush (Below) compared to generic german-made Large Brush. The Hair at Edoya superbly packed up like there's even no single line of hair could make way into the inside icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 

 

Edoya also have a longer hair (and softer!!) compared to that generic brush

 

 

Last but not least, the breathtakingly beautiful Goat Hair brush. It looks like made with a   chain of cloud rather than a hair ;)

 

 

 

post #1217 of 2955
brush pic (Click to show)

 

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Originally Posted by paskaldjay View Post

Just got some Edoya brushes & they really fantastic especially the Goat Hair one. Edoya's  Hair Density & Construction really par excellence. 

 

 

Edoya Horsehair Dusting Brush (Below) compared to generic german-made Large Brush. The Hair at Edoya superbly packed up like there's even no single line of hair could make way into the inside icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 

 

Edoya also have a longer hair (and softer!!) compared to that generic brush

 

 

Last but not least, the breathtakingly beautiful Goat Hair brush. It looks like made with a   chain of cloud rather than a hair ;)

 

 

 

 

 

 

hi, what's the price for the goat brush?

thanks

post #1218 of 2955
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by paskaldjay View Post

Just got some Edoya brushes & they really fantastic especially the Goat Hair one. Edoya's  Hair Density & Construction really par excellence. 


Edoya Horsehair Dusting Brush (Below) compared to generic german-made Large Brush. The Hair at Edoya superbly packed up like there's even no single line of hair could make way into the inside icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif





Edoya also have a longer hair (and softer!!) compared to that generic brush




Last but not least, the breathtakingly beautiful Goat Hair brush. It looks like made with a   chain of cloud rather than a hair wink.gif







Nice collection of Edoya brushes!! You got 4 goat hair brushes??! tongue.gif
post #1219 of 2955
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Nice collection of Edoya brushes!! You got 4 goat hair brushes??! tongue.gif

 

enough to last 2 lifetime i think  biggrin.gif

post #1220 of 2955

All the Brush cost US$60 each (Include the Shipment & Forwarder Fee - I live in Indonesia)

The price quite good, mostly because the Yen's value dropped almost 20% in this Year.

 

But after all, IMHO the real Challenge to get this Brush is not the price (You could save the money) but the stock. I waited almost 2 month for the stock of this brushes. Edoya promised they will stock all the Brush in the Mid-April but in reality they stocked it in 3rd week of May. I remember they 'only' sell around 15-20 Goat Hair brushes at that time & the entire goat hair brushes in oval shape like mine sold out in only 3 days. The key I get this brushes is to mail Edoya to save our brushes (I want 4 brushes) and give them deposit. Much like a pre-order. It almost impossible to get 3-5 brushes at a single time without a pre-order. The Japanese responsed very fast in getting these brushes, the demand was very high.

 

 

The reason I bought 4 goat hair was to use each brush to one particular color shade. Besides, like I've explained above, it almost impossible to get a lot of Edoya brushes at a single time via Online Shop, so when I got a chance I use it. 

 

But all the Challenges (Money, time) were paid back. I doesn't look at other brushes when I got this Edoya, really really fantastic. Now I'm planned to sell my old horsehair/pig hair brushes and changed it with entire line of Edoya, I thought it's not only investment for your lifetime, but your child too. 

 

 

Here's another photos of the Beautiful goat hair

Warning: Spoiler! Edoya Shoe Brush - Goat Hair (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

Detail of Hand-applied Burn Stamp

 

 

 

 

Sincerely

post #1221 of 2955
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by paskaldjay View Post

All the Brush cost US$60 each (Include the Shipment & Forwarder Fee - I live in Indonesia)
The price quite good, mostly because the Yen's value dropped almost 20% in this Year.

But after all, IMHO the real Challenge to get this Brush is not the price (You could save the money) but the stock. I waited almost 2 month for the stock of this brushes. Edoya promised they will stock all the Brush in the Mid-April but in reality they stocked it in 3rd week of May. I remember they 'only' sell around 15-20 Goat Hair brushes at that time & the entire goat hair brushes in oval shape like mine sold out in only 3 days. The key I get this brushes is to mail Edoya to save our brushes (I want 4 brushes) and give them deposit. Much like a pre-order. It almost impossible to get 3-5 brushes at a single time without a pre-order. The Japanese responsed very fast in getting these brushes, the demand was very high.


The reason I bought 4 goat hair was to use each brush to one particular color shade. Besides, like I've explained above, it almost impossible to get a lot of Edoya brushes at a single time via Online Shop, so when I got a chance I use it. 

But all the Challenges (Money, time) were paid back. I doesn't look at other brushes when I got this Edoya, really really fantastic. Now I'm planned to sell my old horsehair/pig hair brushes and changed it with entire line of Edoya, I thought it's not only investment for your lifetime, but your child too. 

Sincerely

Congrats on your brush collection! Yes, Edoya brushes are hard to come by, even in Japan.
post #1222 of 2955
now I want those goat hair brush...
post #1223 of 2955
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Originally Posted by nutcracker View Post


Congrats on your brush collection! Yes, Edoya brushes are hard to come by, even in Japan.


Hi NC, isn't Brift H also sell edoya brush with their own house brand? do you know their pricing for goat brush?

thanks

post #1224 of 2955
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Hi NC, isn't Brift H also sell edoya brush with their own house brand? do you know their pricing for goat brush?
thanks

Brift H's goathair brush (by Edoya) costs ¥6800 yen or so. It uses a different wood (stained) than standard Edoya, and the hair strands are extra reinforced with glue (from what I heard).
post #1225 of 2955
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Originally Posted by nutcracker View Post


Brift H's goathair brush (by Edoya) costs ¥6800 yen or so. It uses a different wood (stained) than standard Edoya, and the hair strands are extra reinforced with glue (from what I heard).

 

i see, so basicly you get more quality for another 1800 yen?

how about hirano goat brush? have you use them?

post #1226 of 2955
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Originally Posted by bozzkeren View Post

i see, so basicly you get more quality for another 1800 yen?
how about hirano goat brush? have you use them?

I'm not 100% certain about the improved quality, but I suppose they think its worth the extra ¥1800 yen.
Hirano doesn't have a goat hair brush.

I recall Collonil has a goat hair brush (for a lot less smile.gif)
post #1227 of 2955
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Originally Posted by nutcracker View Post


I'm not 100% certain about the improved quality, but I suppose they think its worth the extra ¥1800 yen.
Hirano doesn't have a goat hair brush.

I recall Collonil has a goat hair brush (for a lot less smile.gif)


okay, i will make a visit to edoya (hope they restock when i get there)  fing02[1].gif

post #1228 of 2955
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Originally Posted by nutcracker View Post


I'm not 100% certain about the improved quality, but I suppose they think its worth the extra ¥1800 yen.
Hirano doesn't have a goat hair brush.

I recall Collonil has a goat hair brush (for a lot less smile.gif)

I've seen there's a LOT of Goat Hair brushes in Germany either Hand-made or machine-made. The Collonil still made by Machine. IMHO for the 2800 Yen price (as I seen in one of the prominent Japanese shoe care website) I thought it's overpriced (But not if we see in term of business that Goat Hair brush is a rare item in Japan). I saw a Hand-made Brushes in Germany either horsehair, pig hair, goat hair or even a Yak Hair still have a cheaper price tag than Edoya (Except the Yak hair that cost 44 Euros, others cost around 30 Euros or 4000 Yen. This Price include EU VAT, and reduce if we imported it outside Euro. The machine made cost 'only' 5-12 Euros), but I still doesn't have an idea to get it into my house ;) It's very hard to get in terms of Shipment

 

Fair, heh? :)

post #1229 of 2955
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Originally Posted by paskaldjay View Post

I've seen there's a LOT of Goat Hair brushes in Germany either Hand-made or machine-made. The Collonil still made by Machine. IMHO for the 2800 Yen price (as I seen in one of the prominent Japanese shoe care website) I thought it's overpriced (But not if we see in term of business that Goat Hair brush is a rare item in Japan). I saw a Hand-made Brushes in Germany either horsehair, pig hair, goat hair or even a Yak Hair still have a cheaper price tag than Edoya (Except the Yak hair that cost 44 Euros, others cost around 30 Euros or 4000 Yen. This Price include EU VAT, and reduce if we imported it outside Euro. The machine made cost 'only' 5-12 Euros), but I still doesn't have an idea to get it into my house ;) It's very hard to get in terms of Shipment

 

Fair, heh? :)

 

I personally think George Cleverley Horsehair brush are amazing value and product - These are the large ones about 15cm long with varnished wooden handle and they're on sale at £10 for 2 brushes.
post #1230 of 2955
Cheaper than AE brush, I should buy it the next time I am in London...
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