Wild Wild Nest Pocket Size Beard Comb Review
One of the pricier solutions on the market, and believe me we went through them all and we’re updating our review section religiously, but there’s a good reason why Wild Wild Nest put a $23 price tag for their one and only comb product.
This pocket sized monster is made out of sandalwood and buffalo horn, yep you read that right, which makes it a unique product in terms of quality and strength of build. You’ll never have to worry will your comb break when you put it in your pocket, plus you’ll get the ultimate grooming experience packed in such a small box.
The difference between high quality combs and plastic ones is that you won’t tangle your facial hair anymore and the risk of infecting your skin is taken to the minimum. Static is also one of the problems you’re taking out of the equation with the Wild Wild Nest pocket sized beard comb thanks to the usage of buffalo horn during production.
The only reason why we wouldn’t rank this product as the top one in its class is because of the price range and the fact it still is “just” a pocket sized comb. Plus, it’s not suitable for shorter beards and moustaches because the teeth of the comb are probably the widest we’ve seen in awhile.
When you put all of that out of the picture and if you have 30$ to spend on the grooming of your long beard, this is definitely a product you should consider owning as it will last practically forever. After all, this is the only beard comb made out of buffalo horn.
Now how cool is that?
Hater: “What’s that you’re combing your beard with Jim?”
You:”It’s a buffalo horn comb buddy …”
Hater: [gasps away in his jealousy of your strong virile beard]
You get the picture?
Wild Wild Nest was founded back in 2015 and it has only 3 male grooming products on their shelves, but it’s definitely a brand that we’ll follow closely in the future and see what else they have in store for us.
Made of: Sandalwood and buffalo horn.
Best for: Long beards and moustaches.
Pros: Extremely durable and great Anti-static tool.
Cons: Tiny in comparison to the price tag.