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  • ramar hifitest

    Record brush extreme

    Hand­ling the ramar brush is a pure plea­su­re. It feels very good to the hand, can be sto­wed back in the lid with a sin­gle move­ment after each use and turns the clea­ning of records into an almost sen­su­al expe­ri­ence. Review: Ramar record brush
  • Ramar record brush at audiophile style

      “A record brush? Yes, a record brush. Mind you, not just any sort of record brush. Put dif­fer­ent­ly, my Kuz­ma XL DC is not just ano­t­her turn­ta­ble, much less a Cros­by $99 Ama­zon spe­cial. See what I mean? Frank­ly, record brushes are a must have acces­so­ry for your LP play­back pro­cess. Gene­ral­ly spea­king, they…
  • Robb Report: This Design-Savvy Record Brush Will Keep Your Vinyl Clean and Look Good Doing It

      “Ramar is a small Ber­lin-based manu­fac­tu­rer of artis­anal record brushes and access­ories. The company’s foun­der, Ran­gel Vasev, deve­lo­ped his brush after fin­ding none on the mar­ket that met his stan­dards, aes­the­ti­cal­ly or with regard to mate­ri­als employ­ed in their manu­fac­tu­re. “While sear­ching for the right equip­ment, it beca­me clear to me that the­re was a…
  • ramar record brush

    GESSATO: Elegant brushes specially designed to safely clean vinyl records and look great alongside a high-end turntable.

    Ber­lin-based hi-fi acces­so­ry brand Ramar makes pro­ducts for peop­le who love inno­va­ti­on but also value tra­di­tio­nal craft­s­manship. The Ramar seri­es of vinyl record brushes is a gre­at examp­le of the company’s approach to design. Crea­ted by brand foun­der Ran­gel Vasev, the brushes are ele­gant and inge­nious at the same time. They fea­ture spe­cial­ly desi­gned, six…
  • ramar record brush at stereophile november 2020

    Michael Fremer: The Most Elegant Record Brush Ever?

    In the Novem­ber issue of Ste­reo­phi­le Micha­el Fre­mer asks the ques­ti­on “The Most Ele­gant Record Brush Ever?” and com­pa­res several record brushes. Are the record brushes from ramar real­ly the most ele­gant ever? Here you can find the ans­wer: Ana­log Cor­ner #303: Acces­so­ri­ze Your Ride
  • ramar record brush at MINT MAGAZINE 40

    The record brushes from ramar at MINT NR. 40

    MINT MAGAZINE FOR VINYL CULTURE: Sin­ce its foun­ding in 2015, MINT has beco­me the voice of a dedi­ca­ted vinyl com­mu­ni­ty. Records have cele­bra­ted a tre­men­dous revi­val in recent years — our maga­zi­ne for vinyl cul­tu­re addres­ses a steadi­ly gro­wing com­mu­ni­ty with expert know­ledge, enig­ma­tic reports and a mul­ti­tu­de of record reviews. MINT MAGAZIN
  • ramar german design award 2021

    ramar wins “Special Mention” at the German Design Award

    ramar par­ti­ci­pa­ted with his record brush ‘Tina’ in the Ger­man Design Award 2021. The jury is enthu­si­astic and awards a »Spe­cial Men­ti­on« in the cate­go­ry Excel­lent Pro­duct Design — Enter­tain­ment. Thus our record brushes belong now to the small, select cir­cle of win­ning works of the year 2021. About GDA The Ger­man Design Award (GDA)…
  • ramar at HISE Magazine 2020-06

    The record brushes from ramar at “Hiše”

    Hiše THE ARCHITECTURE MAGAZINE HISE REPORTS ABOUT OUR RECORD BRUSHES In the cur­rent sum­mer edi­ti­on, the archi­tec­tu­re maga­zi­ne Hiše (Houses) from Slo­ve­nia reports on how the coro­na pan­de­mic is making its­elf felt in archi­tec­tu­re, design and public space. One arti­cle regu­lar­ly pres­ents 24 design objects that are lin­ked to a spe­ci­fic the­me. In the current…
  • Record brush from ramar Berlin on "Mono and Stereo"

    The record brushes from ramar at “Mono and Stereo”

    “ramar record brush has arri­ved” — A gre­at arti­cle about our record brushes at “Mono & Ste­reo”. We are very plea­sed that the brushes from ramar have recei­ved such a posi­ti­ve respon­se. Pho­to: “Mono and Stereo”
  • Thank you Roger O´Donnell

    Roger O´Donnell: A very good friend of mine has star­ted making the most ama­zing brush for vinyl, its all hand made out of the most beau­ti­ful wood and metal with car­bon fib­re and goa­ts hair brushes! Strict­ly for the audio­phi­les out the­re … Roger´s Tweet