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This Double Slapper with Holes is the fiercer version of our 'Attitude Adjuster' The two... more

This Double Slapper with Holes is the fiercer version of our 'Attitude Adjuster'
The two layers of thick leather are longer and slimmer, which gives them more bounce and therefore causes a sharper impact. In addition, they are furnished with six holes each near the tip. This reduces air resistance and ensures an even fiercer effect.
When struck lightly, the two layers of the slapper hit their aim with a slight delay, which creates a charming double clack, like an echo.
When struck harder, however, the impact is very hash and guarantees improved etiquette!

All the edges of the Etiquette Polisher are thoroughly rounded off. The handle is constructed from a seperate strip of leather, which is sewn around the two layers of the slapper and provides a comfortable grip in the hand. A small D-ring is worked into the handle, to attach the slapper as a caution or just for decoration.

For the production of our Etiquette Polisher we use our heavy English saddle leather (please see additional information below) in the following colour variations:

  • black with stitching in red
  • black with handle in bordeauxred
  • bordeauxred with handle in black
  • london with handle in black

Length approx. 39 centimetres,
Width approx. 4,5 centimetres

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Our heavy English saddle leather is an especially high-quality drum dyed leather and has a thickness of approximately 4,5 to 5 millimetres.
The surface is not covered with insoluble pigments, but natural, providing a particularly pleasant grip and feel. 
Over time it becomes softer, rather than harder (in contrast to cheap belt leather, which turns hard and brittle after a while). 
This leather benefits from a little dubbing from time to time; oil, however should not be used, as due to the naturally retained surface it could change the colour of the leather.