I’ve actually had a couple of those, and an Oxo nylon one that’s the same shape. I like natural brushes better, but I’ll take whatever is available. It’s the shape above all - good for dishes and cups and glasses.
(John Hartley - a culinary patriot eating & cooking in Northwest England)
I don’t have a dish brush. I do have a dish cloth and a scouring pad. Does that count?
I use multiple weapons. My favorite dish brush is a natural fiber one similar to a Lola, but I also use sponge (biodegradable), fiber scrub pad, and linen dish cloths. The dog dish has a dedicated nylon bristle brush that will probably last forever.
I almost forgot the why. Natural fibers seem more tenacious. Nylon sort of skips smoothly over things. Also, biodegradability is important to me, especially on things that wear out and need regular replacements.
The angled head shape you pictured was one of the brushes I cycled through. Not sure if any of those were Redecker. I moved on because the bristles seemed to always lay down flat with use, and I didn’t like the way they fit into things like glasses and cups.
I do cut down the handle of those Redecker bottle brushes, though.