looks very good
I don't know yet because is for my grandson
Not so great for me- I recommend looking elsewhere
This brush is very well reviewed and popular. It is most certainly well made, and it is pretty. 45/52 people give this 5 stars. My issue however is that for one, the bristles are just too stiff. It makes it hard to control how much lubrication you are using. The other issue I have is that it is just too big. It holds too much material (you should be using very little) and it is difficult to get into small nooks and crannies. You truly need very little lube, and if you use too much your switches will be very sluggish. I will go so far to say as it is pretty much useless for my needs. I did not rate it lower than 3 stars because it is so well made, especially for the two dollars it cost. I have a set of artist brushes I purchased from Amazon by "Transon." Comparing the size of the Divinikey brush to these, it appears to be a size #1. The brushes I use are #00 and #000. I think if you get used to the size and texture of these brushes vs this brush you will never go back. I will post an image so you can see the size the difference between these brushes. The Divinikey brush is the one in the middle.
They are ok, but seem cheap
Overall the brush isn't bad, but for me the bristles are just cheap. They started separating and started to just fall off, which was really surprising. It may just be the batch just I got, but not sure.
Worked well for my first time lubing switches. The little clear protector that goes over the brush end can be used as a stem holder while lubing btw. :P
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