Gassot (thick) are each made from one strip of thick leather, with inserts that make them close flat. This is accomplished by a sophisticated manufacturing process that involves repeated application of several tons of pressure in industrial presses. The resulting batim are so rugged and durable that they can be repaired and reconditioned even if seriously damaged. They typically last a lifetime. The straps are fashioned from the upper part of the hide(retsu’ot elion).
Certified kosher and correct after proofreading by a qualified expert.
Size of the Batim - 34-35mm
Each set is accompanied by a computer check certificate and a certificate of the kashruth level.
Professionally made by "Peer Hastam".
Nusach Ktav Ari or Beis Yossef:Here are some universal guidelines showing which communities traditionally use each ktav:
Ashkenaz Beis Yossef - is usually used by those adhering to the Ashkenazi tradition, originating in Germany, England, Russia and Lithuania.
Ashkenaz Ari, Ari Zal (Nusach Sefard) - generally used by those following the Hassidic Sefard tradition from Eastern Europe, including Poland, Galicia, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia.
Hand Strap Wrapping Direction:Counterclockwise - Beit Yossef, Most Ashkenazim wear the knot to be tightened (not to be confused with the knot on the base which is permenently tied and always worn on the inside, facing the heart) on the inside and wrap inward.
Clockwise - Ari (Nusach Sephard) Ashkenazim and all Sephardim wear it on the outside and wrap outward.
By Peer Hastam
Made in Israel
Batim Size: 34mm - 35mm
proofreading by a qualified expert
Average rating: 5.0 / 5.0 based on 2 reviews
Very pleased, every morning when I put them on, I feel how precious this mitzvah is.
I am an adult and only recently began wearing Tefillin. On the Rabbis advice I purchased the more expensive Tefillin. Am very pleased. Every morning when I put them on, I feel how precious this mitzvah is.By Pierre from Paris on July 19, 2016
Spent a fortune but satisfied
If someone would have told me that I would spend over $500 on a pair of Tefillin, I would have said they are dreaming. But I did and am very pleased. The Tefillin will be there for my son for a lifetime â€“ long after the Bar Mitzvah party is forgotten.By David Klein on July 12, 2016