Our Tefillin Peshutim Mehudarim feature parchments written with care and battim constructed by folding thin leather to form a single unit.
Our Tefillin Gassot("thick phylacteries") are made out of a single piece of thick leather shaped by repeatedly applying several tons of pressure in industrial presses as part of a complicated, but delicate and exacting production process. The resulting battim ("houses") are so thick and durable that they can be reshaped even if damaged.
Our Tefillin Gassot "Tiferet" are made just like our standard Tefillin Gassot, but with mehudar parchments.
Our tefillin production is overseen by Jerusalem-based sofrus experts with decades of experience, who know how to get maximum results from the highly trained team of scribes, magihim (parchment reviewers) and tefillin finishers they work with
All tefillin we sell come with free plastic cases and velvet bag
The parchments are scanned by a computer for missing letters and then carefully examined by a tefillin writing expert to ensure they meet all halachic requirements
Unsure about the different type of tefillin for sale? What exactly distinguishes Sephardic Tefillin from Ashkenazi Tefillin? See our Tefillin FAQ for clear explanations and buying tips.