But I saw Denman's Tangle Tamer at a mall for Rs 795 or £9.60 - thankfully, they were available online locally for just Rs 560 or £6.80.
I'm not a fan of the shocking pink and the card says it is for children's hair. I tried it out without any expectations and it actually does what it says! This is now my Holy Grail brush and I've bought two of them. My mum has become a fan as well.
The bristles are soft and in groups of four and are in two sizes. But the best part is that they are extremely flexible, so they pass through the tangle easily rather than break the hair. I do have to work through the extremely knotted parts, but it is much better than the painful regular brushes. So I get the finish of a hair brush with the gentleness of a comb. Hair loss is much lesser than with finger detangling. I notice around 2-3 strands on the brush at the most, if my hair has been really knotty. The brush has a decent handle and is the right size for my waist-length hair.
What I am afraid of is whether the bristles are going to bend with repeated use and become out of shape. Also, if you use dry shampoo, it is best to clean this brush afterwards, because it is a bit of a dust/powder magnet.
I haven't used the Tangle Teezer, so I cannot compare the two. I'll just say this is the best brush/comb I have ever used.