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July 19, 1938-
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w. H. HUENERGARDT'
2,124,402
SAFETY RAZOR
Filed June 15, '1934
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Patented July 19, 1938
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
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SAFETY RAZOR ‘
- William H. Huenergardt, Chicago, Ill.
Application June‘ 15, 1934, Serial No. 730,697‘
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9 Claims.
(01. 30-40)
This invention relates to razors and more par-
., ,A further object is to provide an improved razor
ticularly to safety razors, although certain features thereof may be employed with equal ad-
blade that has a width. substantially less than
one-half of its length so as to present an inexpen
vantage for other purposes.
sive as well as readily disposable blade.
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It contemplates more especially the provision
of a novel razor that precludes the necessity for
‘manual blade manipulation or handling with the
?ngers for placement and removal in the use
Still a further. object is to provide a substan- 6
tially elongated razor blade that has a Width
substantially less than one-halfof its length with
a plurality of transverse regions ‘of weakness for
thereof for shaving purposes.
ready destruction and safe disposal.
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Many types of razors have heretofore been
employed for shaving purposes and they have
‘ ‘A still further object is to provide an improved 10
razor blade container that affords independent '
been generally used for home shaving. It is true,’
nevertheless, that the use of razors in the home
presents a problem of blade manipulation, ban-I
removal of the blades as 'well as'provides for the
disposal thereof responsive to manipulation of a
razor in cooperation therewith.
15 dling, as well as the hazards accompanying the
handling thereof with the ?ngers for placement
‘ and removal relative to the razor or holder utilized therewith for shaving purposes.
This is
especially true in connection with’safety razors
20 that have detachably associated razor blades of
Other objects and advantages will appear from 15 '
the, following description of an' illustrated em
bodiment of the present invention.
In the drawing:
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Figure l‘is-a side view in elevation of a razor
blade; holder embodying features of the [present 20
a hazardous nature so farlas handling is con-
invention,‘ the dotted, outline showing the blade .
cerned.
holding parts in released position.
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It is manifest, therefore,'that the provisionof
a holder, blade, and container therefor that en-
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Figure 2 is av front view in elevation of the
razor, shown in Figure 1.
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25 ables the transfer of blades from one to the other . . -Figure,,3 is a plan view of a razor showing a‘ 25
without the requirement for manual handling
blade in operative position for shaving.
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with the ?ngers in the use thereof, presents a
rather important advantage which overcomes the
hazards that are present in home shaving from
30 .a standpoint of manual'handling with the ?ngers,
blade manipulation for association with the holder, and eventual ‘disposal of the blades that in
and of itself is a serious and hazardous problem
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from a ‘shaver’s standpoint.
Figure‘! is a'fragmentary Side View in eleVatiOn
of the razor cap and guard in conjunction with
the blade preparatory to‘ displacing the blade
guard to its operative position.
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Figure 5 is a ‘sectional view taken substantially
along line V—V of Figure 2.]
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Figure 6 is a front view in elevation of a razor
Then, vtoo,‘effective ' blade container or magazine embodying features
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35 single hand manipulation of a razor for receiving
a blade, removing the blade, and effecting the
of the present. invention, parts thereofv vbeing 35
broken away to clarify the showing. ,
replacement of blades without the required han-v
dling with the ?ngers, solves a problem in home
shaving that longexisted and has evaded a solu-
Figure '7 is a sectional view taken substantially , »
along line VII-VII of Figure 6 with the razor
shown in cooperation therewith to effect the re: ‘
40 tion in the provision of-a simple, inexpensive, and
e?icient razor, blade, .and blade container (mm
struction.
One object of the present invention is to provide an improved razorthat is capable of single
45 hand blade manipulation both in the use thereof
as well as preparatory thereto.
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Another object is to provide an improved razor
blade holder that is capable of single hand ma-
moval or deposition of a blade relative thereto. 40
Figure 8 is a sectional ‘view takenv substantially '
along line VIII-—-VIII of Figure 6 with the con
tainer closure, in its operative position for fully
con?ning the blades therein.
] Figure 9 is a sectional view taken substantially 45
along line IX-'-IX ofFigure, 6 with the closure
removed to present an opening. through which
the blades can be deposited or removed.
nipulation for the retention ‘and release of the
50 blade to meet shaving requirements.
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I’ Figure 10 is an end view of the container shown I
in Figure 6.
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Still another object is to provide an improved
Figure 11 is a plan view of a razor blade that,
razor that is capable of effecting the manipula;
tion of _a blade for retention and release so as to
effect blade substitution without the manual han-
is utilized'in connection with the razor and con
tainer‘disclosed in Figures 1 and 6, respectively.
The structure‘selectedfor illustration comprises
55 dling with the ?ngers,
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a handle member III which is elongated and of 55
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any desired con?guration to enable manual grasp
and manipulation thereof in conjunction with a
In order to hold the blade 22 in position against the ?at surface I3 of the cap II, a blade en
blade holder II which is integrally or otherwise
connected thereto through the medium of an
gaging member 3I is reciprocally mounted rela
tive to the cap member II. To this end, the
shank I2 is furcated to receive the blade retain Cl
elongated shank I2 of substantially rectangular
cross-section. As shown, the holder II comprises
ing member 3I therebetween for reciprocal guid
the top cap member and is of substantially rec
tangular con?guration to provide an off-set blade
ance by means of pins 32 and 33 that bridge the
furcations of the shank I2 to cooperate with slots
engaging surface I3. The off-set blade engaging
10 surface I3 de?nes a shoulder I4 that is adapted
34 and 35 communicating with the edges 36 and
to confront a'guard member I5 which has an
extension I6 possessed of a curved edge H to
present serrations I8 de?ned by transverse slots
I9 at uniformly spaced intervals therealong.
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In consequence thereof, the serrated edge 7II'I
31, respectively, of the retaining member 3I. The
reciprocablelmember 3I is provided with ‘a blade
engaging projection 38 that confronts the ?at
surface I3 of the cap member II and constitutes
4a complement thereof to retain a blade 22 there
:rbetween.
In order to urge the reciprocable member 3|
ary with safety razor operation-for-“displacement ~with-its'I-blade:engaging projection 38 to its nor
along the skin to be shaved. .The guard mem ' mally,,operativelposition against the surface l3 of
the cap member I I‘, a coiled spring 39 is con?ned
ber I5 corresponds in con?guration and‘i‘s some
What shorter than the cap member II,‘;butlex-, I inea-llvertical bore 40 provided in the member 3I 20
to eommimicatewith the bottomedeell thereof,
tends laterally, therefrom, so ,as to enable the» con
serves as a razor blade guard in a manner custom
fronting applicatipn thereto "without obstructing
the‘serrated edge _,I'I and its slots I3. .In the
present instance, the guardamember I5 has a sur
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face 20 confronting _the.blade sustaining, surface
I3 of the vcap member II to serve as ‘a comple
ment thereof with the perpendicularly related
surface .21, adiacentjthe cap 1.4 ofthecapmember
I I , thereby‘ de?ning perptendigularly . related-sur
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faces ,l.3-—l4 and ‘f2 0.—‘_.2'I on both the .sapjinem
ber ll andsuardmember litresnectively? , gas
to 'rhejblade
receive ,a 12'
blade
is; retained
"22 therebetween.
aeainstthe end‘ Serra»
tions 23 and 24 comprisingapartof the serrated
edge ll ‘of the guard J5. ‘,As shown, the end ser
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rations‘23 and24 are provided with?an elevated
formation de?ning shoulders25 thatreceivethe
blade shaving edge 26 the‘reagainstfor position
ing relative to ‘studs 21 _m,ountedvw foregrtension
40 from the surface _I3 ofthee'ecap- member II. 'The
studs 2] affordregistry with perforations _2_8n,_pr,o
' vided in the blade?22 ,in' ,correspondinglye spaced
relation ,therewithso ‘asto e?ect registry jtherebe
tween to preclude lateral movement. ,Sothatthe
45 studsZ'I, do not serve as anxobstruction tothe guard
I5, the latter ‘is provided ,with correspondingly
'shapedgrooves 2.9 for freelyreceiving the studsj‘l
thereintofallow the guard “I5 toklieeflushe with
and contact thesurface ofthe ,blade_,22__whichl_is
50 thus supported against the surface I3,of thecap
or holderII.
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It is worthy of note that the apertures ,ZBJthat
cooperate with the studs 21 Jon the eapHII, also
serve to Weaken thewblade 22 along ‘transverse
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regions ‘so as ‘to enable the readydestruction of
the entire blade 22 intominute segments forgon
venient ‘disposal withrsafety. To ‘this ‘end; the
blade 22ymay. be provided with any number qfuad
ditional apertures 30, ‘in .this instance Qne‘, dis;
posedintermediate the apertures 33503211313 the
bladecanbere'duced totatrleastfour segments for
flushing disposalby placement in the ‘lavatory
constituting the customary bathroom facility
This
the “elongated
is especially
bladeefi?ctive
‘22 which
incpnjrmction
“has a {width sub
stantially less than one-half of {its length seas
to render the segments eomparatively ‘rrninpte,
light, and- readily disposable in the manner ‘re
ferred to supra. .In the present embodiment, the
70 blade 22 has a width that is approximately lone-I
eighthofits length, and the provision ‘of .the
perforations ,28—3,U weakens the already trans
versely ,-delicate>b1ade 22 so as to- enable the de
structionthereof into segments ,without any dif
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thespringi?s'beine normally of a greater- length
than the ,bore__40,.s_o,as to engage the bottom sur
face ‘4| de?ned by thefurcations of the shank I2,
thereby __n_orm_ally displacing the reciprocable
merhber1~3l verticallyupwardly or in'the direction
of thejlat surface I3 of the cap member II so
that the confronting complement 38 will be in en
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gagement therewith to normally retain a blade
22 therebetween with, its ground shaving edge.26
in exposed application to the serrated edge IT to
enablethe effective use thereof'forishaving pur
poses-
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To insure a predetermined movement between
the guard, member I5 and the blade holder or cap
II as well as to guide the confronting approach
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thereof,.the vguardmember I5 is provided with
furcationsAZand 43 that arefproperly spaced to
receive _the furcated shank I2 therebetween to
guideithe reciprocal movement of ‘the guard mem
ber I5.rel_atiye to the cap member II. So that
the guard member I5 will not be separable from
the gap ‘member .II beyond controlled movement
relative thereto, a spacer rod 44 bridges the
levers 42,,a'nd 43 toengage the inclined edge 45 of 45
the shank‘ ‘I2 so as to guide the relative move
ment between the cap member II and guard I5
so that one ‘serves as a complement of the other
in "blade engaging position. ,In order that the
movement of the guard member I5 may be eiféct 50
ed relative to the cap member .II responsive to
single handmanipulation, a belle-crank lever 45
has _furcated ‘arms 41 and 48 whichreceivethe
reduced extension .49 of the furcated shank I2
therebetween so as to‘be vin substantial alignment 55
with thefurcations thereof and to be telescopical~
ly vreceived. by the lever furcations 42 and 43 of
the guerdmember l5.
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,It isto benoted that thefurcated lever arms 41
and 43 __of ,thebell-crank lever 46 are pivotally (30
mounted ,on the reduced vportion 49 of vthefurcat
ed shank ‘I2 by means of a pin 50 which extends
completely therethrough to ,serve as a pivotal
mounttherefor. The furcations 42 and 43 are,
in turn, connected to the lever arms 41 and 48
by means of individual pins 5| and 52 which
pivotally connect the extremities of the furca
tions42 and 43 to arms 41 and .48 of the bell
crank lever 4'6, therebyirendering the guard mem
ber I5 responsive to the thumb manipulated ac 70
tion thereof. The arms 41 and 48 of the lever 46
are pronouncedlycurved as at 53 to constitute
a camming surface against the shoulders 54 de
?ned by the reduced shank portion“ in conjunc
tion with its furcated shank .I-2 to impart the de 76
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sired movement to the guard I5 as well as to lock
it in operative position to sustain the blade 22
against the cap surface |3 when the bell-crank
lever 46 is displaced to its extreme counter-clock
wise position (viewed-from Figure 1) so as to en
gage-the inclined edge 45 of the shank l2.
To this end, Ithe camming edge 53 of the
furcated lever 46 terminates in an angular edge
55 that constitutes a complement of the shoul
10 ders 54 de?ned by the furcated shank |2 in con
junction with the reduced portion 49 thereof so
as to. be locked in position thereagainst owing to
the pivotal relation of the 'furcations 42-—43 and
lever arms 41-48 that have off-set pivots 50
15 and 5|,-52 to present a desirable toggle action.
In order to release the blade 22 from its engaged
position between the cap- surface I3 and the re
taining member 3|, the latter is provided with
a lateral extension 56 proximate to the lower
20 edge 31 thereof to de?ne an inclined surface'51
disposed in the path of the guard member l5
which recedes from the cap member || respon
sive to the thumb manipulation of the lever 46
in a clockwise direction (viewed from Figure 1).
25 It will be apparent, therefore, that the substan
tially rectangular cutout 58 provided in the guard
member IE to receive the furcated shank l2. with
its intermediate retaining member 3|, will en
gage the inclined cam surface 51 ofvthe lateral
30 retaining member extension 56 so as to displace
the blade engaging extension 38 thereof from
operative blade engaging position.
In consequence thereof, the blade retaining
member 3| is displaced from the cap member ||
35 against the urge of the spring 39 responsive to
the thumb manipulation of the bell-crank lever
46 in a clockwise direction (dotted outline of
Figure 1) so that theguard member | 5 will
of the discs 60 and 6| and terminate short of the
axes thereof to support the blades 22 owing to
the engagement of the end extensions 69 and 16 10
that protrude beyond the ground shaving edge
26 of the blade 22.
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In consequence thereof, the blades 22 are sup
ported with their blunt edge 1| proximate to the
periphery of the container sections 63‘ and 64 15
that are so related and formed as to provide lim
ited relative movement therebetween to de?ne
an opening 12. To this end, the casing section
63 is provided with‘an off-set portion 13 so as
to‘ be displaced laterally of the section 64 which 20
is crimped as at 14' for a distance to limit the
overlapping relation of the section 63 relative
to the section 64 as at 15 commensurate with or
a distance slightly greater than the opening 12
(Figure 9). As shown, the casing section 63 is
provided with an outwardly directed ?ange 16
that enables the manipulation thereof for circu- .
lar displacement relative to the casing section
64 as well as the end discs 66 and 6|.
In order to index the position of the casing v30
sections 63 and 64 relative to each other as well
as to' de?ne the opening 12 in exact radial align
ment with each blade 22 mounted in the slots 68
of the end discs 66 and 6| , a plurality of lugs
or trips 11 are provided on the end disc mem
ber 6| to extend in the longitudinal direction
of the casing sections 63 and 64. The trips 1'!
correspond in number to the blade capacity of
engage the surface 51 and thus, displace the re
the container as de?ned by the radial slots 68,
and these trips ‘l1 extend in the path of the 4.0
?ange 16 for obstruction thereto and to permit
limited movement between each successive trip
to its operative blade engaging position owing
11 as such are bent out of the path of the ?ange
16. The trips 11 are stamped or otherwise
shaped on the end disc member 6| for position 45
thereby accomplishing the grasping of the blade
ing substantially in accordance with the spacing
of the razor blades 22 therein,these correspond;
ing in number therewith so that the successive
engagement thereof with the casing ?ange 16
22 between the cap member II and the engag
will present a blade 22 substantially intermedi
treme clockwise position (viewed from Figure 1)
and only for a fractional movement thereof,
ing projection 38 irrespective of the position of
the guard member l5 relative to the cap mem
ber II.’
In order to retain the blades 22 in an orderly
protected manner as well as to afford the utiliza
tion thereof without direct handling with the
?ngers, a novel container or magazine is pro
vided therefor. The container comprisesin this
instance, a cylindrical casing that includes disc
60 shaped. end members 66 and 6| having an inter
mediate cylindrical member 62 comprising two
complemental sections 63 and 64. As shown, the
disc-shaped end.‘ membersv 66 and 6| are provided
with circumferential or peripheral ?anges 65
65 that de?ne annular confronting grooves 66 in
both end members 60 and 6| for receiving the‘
edges of the casing sections 63 and 64 therein
in order to comprise an enclosure.
The sections 63 and 64 are movable in the an
nular confronting grooves 66 of the discs ?ll‘and
6|,‘and the aforesaid parts are‘ maintained in
assembled relation by means of a rod 61 extend
ing axially therethrough to engage the end mem
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rality of radially directed or arranged slots 68,‘
in this instance ten, that extend to the periphery
taining member 3| therewith to release the blade
22. Partial manual release of the bell-crank le-v
ver 46 will return the blade retaining member 3|
to the spring 39 and the manipulation of the
45 lever 46 is only operative so far as the blade
retaining member 3| is concerned, in its ex
a
ential displacement of the sections 63 and 64
relative to each other and to the end members
60 and 6|. In order to support a plurality of
blades 22 for con?nement in the container, the
end members 66 and 6| are provided with. a plu
bers 66 and 6|, thereby maintaining the desired
spaced relation thereof and affording circumfer
ate the opening 12.
The trips 1,‘! serve, there
, fore, to index the position of the next new blade
22 in the container. Then, too, each of the slots
66 may be numbered on the end surface of the
disc 60 to provide indicia, in this instance from
1 to 10 which number the blades that remain
therein, and each trip 11 is positioned so as to
be obstructed by the ?ange 16 and a stop 78
provided on the casing sections 63 and 64, respec
tively. Consequently, the‘casing section 63 is
capable of being displaced so that the ?ange 16
will engage a lug 11 in a direction to close the
opening 12.
When'the next blade 22 is desired for use in
connection with the razor of the type described 65
supra, the projection 14 on the casing section 64
will be manipulated so as to effect the displace
ment thereof in a direction corresponding with
the previously displaced section 63 until the sec
tions 63—64 are overlapped as at 13 to their 70
limit, thereby again effecting a predetermined
opening 12 to render accessible the succeeding
blade 22 which will be inregistry therewith.
Of course, the casing section 63 cannot be dis
placedto close the. opening 72 until the trip 17 75
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in engagement therewith is bent upwardly ‘as ‘at
'19 so as to permit the closure of the opening 12.
Subsequent or a‘ repeated intermittent movement
of the section 64 in the same direction effects
another opening 12 over the next succeeding
blade ‘22. In this manner, the opening 12 is
successively indexed for communication with suc~
ceeding blades 22. Thus, the casing sections 53
and 64 are intermittently displaced for distances
10 corresponding with the opening 12 so as to sue
cessively communicate and effect registry with
succeeding blades until the last has been used.
When all the new blades have been used, the
without-departing from or ‘sacrificing any of the
advantages of the invention as de?ned in the
appended claims.
I claim:
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1. Ina razor, the combination with a handle,
of a guard member associated with said handle,
a cap member to confront said guard‘member
for vreceiving a razor blade ‘therebetween, lever
mounting means for effecting relative movement
betweensaid guard and cap members, and means 10
for releasably holding a razor blade in a prede
flange 16 on the section 63 will engage a stop or
termined position between said members irre
spective of their relative movement, said releas
able blade holding means being responsive to
trip 80 provided on the disc 60. Then, too, the
said lever means.
iindicia 1 to 10 on the-end surface of the disc
2. In a razor, the combination with a handle,
of a ‘guard member associated with said handle,
a cap member ‘to confront said guard member
for receiving a razor vblade therebetween, lever
mounting means for effecting relative movement
60 also indicates the number of blades that have
been used when considered in conjunction with
the position of the flange 12 disposed relative
thereto.
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Now, then, in order to transfer the blade or ' between said guard and cap members, and. spring
blades 22 from the container described supra to impelled means for releasablyholding a razor
blade in a predetermined position between said
the razor without ?nger contact with ‘the blades
guard and cap members responsive to said lever
22, the razor handle I0 is grasped by the at
means irrespective of the relative movement be
tendant and the toggle lever ‘46 thumb manipu
tween said guard and cap members.
lated to substantially assume its dotted line po
‘ 3. In a razor, the combination with a handle,
sition as shown in Figure 1. With additional
thumb force imparted to the lever 46 in a clock-v of a guard member associated with said handle,
a cap member to confront said guard member
wise direction (viewed from Figure 1), the blade
for receiving a razor blade therebetween, lever 30
retaining member 3| releases its frictional en
mounting means for effecting relative movement
gaging'extension 38 from ‘the used blade 22 there
between said guard and cap members, spring im
in so as to enable the removal thereof and/or
its deposit in van unoccupied slot 68 provided in pelled means for releasably holding a razor blade
the container ends BI] and BI. Thereupon, the in a predetermined position between said guard
and cap members responsive to said lever means 35/
casing section 63 is displaced in a clockwise
direction (viewed from Figure 9) to close the
opening 12.
A successive new blade is then
rendered available by displacing the casing sec
tion 64 in a corresponding direction (clockwise
40 as viewed from Figure 9) until the crimped pro
jection 14 engages the other end of the section
63 to define another opening 12 above the suc
cessive blade 22.
The razor Ill is then held in the hand of the
attendant who again depresses the toggle lever
46 to effect the separation of the retaining mem
ber 3i from the cap member ll so as to receive
the blade" edge ‘H therebetween with the perfo
rations 28 in registry with the studs 21. Where
50 upon, the toggle lever 46 is released by the thumb
so that the spring '39 will e?ect the grasp of the
blade ‘22 for removal from the container with
the cap II preparatory to'shaving. The guard
member I5 is then displaced with a continuing
55 motion of the thumb so that the lever 46 will
be ‘moved in a counterclockwise direction, (viewed
from Figure 1) ‘to assume its operative position.
Succeeding blades 22 can thus be deposited and/ or
removed to or from the slots 68 in the container
60 ends 60 and 6| until the entire container has
been ?lled with used blades ‘for disposal pur
poses. Of course, the old blades 22 need not be
redeposited in the slot 68 of the container, but
can be disposed by reducing such to segments in
65 a manner described supra, and placed in a lava
tory for safe disposal as previously'suggested.
With the arrangement of parts above de
scribed, it will be apparent that a novel, simple,
inexpensive and effective razor, razor blade, and
70 container therefor, have been provided to render
home shaving more convenient, inexpensive, and
devoid of the usual hazards and concern ‘that
usually accompanies ordinary blade disposal.
Various changes may be made in the embodiment
75 of the invention herein speci?cally described
irrespective of the relative movement between
said guard and cap members, and means inter
posed'between saidiblade holding and lever means
to enable ‘the release and grasp of a razor blade
responsive Ito'the manual action of said lever 40
means.
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4. In a razor, the combination ‘with a handle,
of a guard member associated with said handle,
a cap member to confront said guard member
for receiving a razor blade ‘therebetween, lever 45
mounting means .for effecting relative movement
between said guard and cap :members, and means
reciprocable relative to one of said'members for
holding a razor blade in a predetermined 'posi
tion'ibetween said members irrespective of their 50.
relative movement.
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'5. In a razor, the combination with a handle,
of a guard member associated with said handle,
a cap "member to confront said guard member
for receiving a razor blade therebetween, lever
mounting means for effecting relative movement
between said guard and cap members, and spring
impelled means reciprocable relative to'said cap
member for holding a razor ‘blade in a prede
termined position between said 'members irre 60
spective of their relative movement.
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v6. In a razor, the combination with a handle,
of aiguard member associated with said handle,
a cap ,member to confront said guard member
for ‘receiving a razor blade ‘therebetween, lever 65
mounting means having a toggle action for ef
fecting‘ relative movement between said guard
and cap members, and spring impelled means
recipro‘cable relative to said cap member for hold
ing a razor blade in a predetermined position 70
between said members irrespective of their rela
tive movement.
7. In' a razor, the combination with‘a handle,
of a'guard member associated with said handle,
a cap member to confront said guard member 15,
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for receiving a razor blade therebetween, thumb
operated lever mounting means having a toggle
action for e?ecting relative movement between
bers to guide their relative movement in effect
ing the grasp of the blade along substantially
the entire length thereof.
' said guard and cap members, and spring im
9. A method of handling razor blades which
pelled means reeiprocable relative to said cap consists in con?ning a plurality of blades in a 5
member for holding a razor blade in a prede
container having an opening, then successively
termined position between said members irre- I ' rendering said blades accessible for registry with
spective of their relative movement.
said opening, inserting a razor in the opening of
8. In a razor, the combination with a handle,
said container for operative connection with the
10 of a guard member associated with said handle,
blade that is accessible through said casing open¢ 10
a cap member to confront said guard member ing, then withdrawing the blade from'said con-_
for receiving a razor blade'therebetween, thumb tainer with said razor which effects the grasp of
operated lever mounting means having a toggle V
‘ action for effecting relative movement between
715 said guard and cap members, spring impelled
means reciprocable relative to said cap member
for holding a razor blade in a predetermined
position between said members irrespective of
their relative movement, and complemental
means on said confronting guard and cap mem
said blade in operative shaving position, and then
closing said opening for con?nement of the re
remaining blades preparatory to indexing the 15
successive blade for registry with the opening in
said container to effect the ‘ repeated removal
of blades therefrom to meet shaving requirements.
WILLIAM H. HUENERGARDT.
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