TODAY’S PATENT- FOLDABLE T-SHAPED SHAVER
The FOLDABLE T-SHAPED SHAVER was invented by Hironori Furukawa (Cypress, CA) on the 30th of April, 1991, bearing patent number US5010645A.
This current invention offers the T-shaped shaver, which is the revised version of the shaver. It can be safe, dense storage and its holder is rotated around 90 degrees; there is end view that is conventional shaver whereas side elevation view is a normal conventional shaver. The invention’s an end view shows the open shaver, and the side elevation view is relatively cut from the shaver. Shaver contains a handle that is made up of extension and base stem. The extension stem is rotatably attached by a pin to the end of the base stem with the recess. Therefore, the base stem consists of an axially made up of a longitudinal groove or cavity that is enlarging to a substantial part of the length. Even it presents the integrated protective cover for the razor blade included in the shaver itself. The shaver is designed with plastic or any other kind of stiff material used, but the blade is namely made up of some other materials.