TODAY’S PATENT – RAZOR SET
In today’s patent, we will discuss Roland Beuchat (1223 Cologny)’s invention, “RAZOR SET” (US4831729A), which was patented by the USPTO on May 23,1989.
The following invention relates to a razor set which has desirable qualities, not only as to its appearance, but also as to its ease of use and its small size. Generally, razor sets are in the form of a box in which are disposed a handle and a blade box generally constituted by a magazine. A razor set comprises an L-shaped handle having one leg with slides for receiving a razor head, and the other leg to be grasped as a handle by the user. The other leg serves to support a razor head or a receptacle for a razor head to be detachable inserted on the one leg. The receptacle can be provided in the other leg or can slide on the other leg, either parallel or perpendicular thereto. In other words, the razor set has the form of a compact assembly the parts of which can be separated during use.