Hercules Sagemann



Hercules Sage Mann, handmade combs

Hercules Sagemann combs are manufactured with high quality molds. As a result, the hair will not be damaged by the unevenness of the comb. The combs are made of polycarbonate and polyoxymethylene in order to meet the need. Of the barber The Hercules Sagemann combs are of high quality and affordable.

Charles Goodyear
in 1839 discovered that can be hardened. With the help of heat rubber Then he experimented until he had the perfect composition rubber. Not much later, the grinder was invented. These two inventions were 10 years later merged and contemporary comb was born.

Earlier, people will have their hair already combed in a primitive manner, initially with the fingers and later with combs of ivory and horn, but since 1852, with ridges of hard rubber.

The patents were filed and 'The New-York Hamburger Gummi-Waaren Company "was founded in the Hamburg district of Barmbek. In 1856 Were here until 2009, the ridges produced until production was moved to Lüneburg.


The materials used are distinguished due to their resilience and resistance. The combs can withstand most chemicals out of your hair and are also shock resistant.

Hercules Sagemann making combs for women and men ! In all shapes and sizes.

Hercules Sagemann proven for years to be where all is the best enough an innovative company.

Hairandbeautyonline.com is a hairdresser site with a wide range of hair care products. Both for consumers and professionals. If you order before 15:00, the product is shipped the same day (if in stock). Hairandbeautyonline.com guarantees prompt delivery and lowest prices   Netherlands.


We have a large warehouse and a large shop in the middle of the country where you also can pick your ordered products. Here is always someone who can help you with all your questions. Hairdressers Our specialty is located at the second Voerstlaantje Nijkerk. Our customer service can be reached at 033 258 43 43 telephone.

 

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