Innovation, quality and aesthetics for exceptional sound experience

The vinyl record brushes from ramar are cha­rac­te­ri­zed by their uni­que brush trim and aes­the­tics. Six dou­ble rows of car­bon fibres and two rows of goat hair are used in ela­bo­ra­te hand­work. Thus our brushes com­bi­ne the best cha­rac­te­ris­tics of the known brush types. The mate­ri­al pro­per­ties of the indi­vi­du­al com­pon­ents as well as the spe­ci­fic arran­ge­ment of the brist­le rows

ensu­re excel­lent dust absorp­ti­on and dis­si­pa­ti­on elec­tro­sta­tic char­ge. Our pro­ducts stand for inno­va­ti­on, qua­li­ty and aes­the­tics. With gre­at dedi­ca­ti­on we deve­lop hi-fi access­ories with clear lines and atten­ti­on to detail. We design for peop­le who appre­cia­te craftsmanship.

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REVIEWS

Michael Fremer

Edi­tor | Ana­log Pla­net | Ste­reo­phi­le

The­se hand­ma­de brushes make you want to brush even the clea­nest of records.

Review: Ana­log Cor­ner #303

Roger O’Donnell

The Syn­the­sist, Key­board play­er, The Cure

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My friend Ren­ji has star­ted making the most ama­zing vinyl record brushes. They are all hand made from a sin­gle block of wood with rows of goat hair and car­bon fib­re brushes. Audiophillia!!
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Jimmy Rigogiannis

Anquan AV | Insta­gram

So this one is tru­ly for the vinyl con­nois­seur.… a record brush of the finest qua­li­ty, and you feel that at the very first moment.  A den­se array of goat hair & car­bon fib­re brist­les, woo­den casing and metal­lic accents… you just know that it cleans tho­rough­ly… and the results speak for them­sel­ves.  The best record brush money can buy!

Matej Isak

Foun­der & CEO monoandstereo.com

I use the ramar record brush dai­ly and it is one of the finest and most prac­ti­cal record brushes I’ve have ever used. The magne­ti­cal­ly atta­ched top cover can be easi­ly locked with the brush and clo­ses after each use to pro­tect the brush from dust accu­mu­la­ti­on. The inge­nious­ly inte­gra­ted need­le brush also auto­ma­ti­cal­ly snaps into place in the box pro­vi­ded. Ever­ything about the ramar fol­lows the simp­le logic of “a place for ever­ything with ever­ything in its place”. I love how ever­ything is well thought out, inclu­ding natu­ral, high-qua­li­ty materials.