TODAY’S PATENT – SURE-CUT
The Sure-cut was invented by Eric U. Carraway on 30th September 2004 bearing patent number US20040187182A1.
This present invention is a Sure-Cut which is designed to be worn comfortably around finger(s) to prevent user from injury to finger(s). The Sure-Cut is also designed with an edge on top and bottom to be utilized in multiple angles to create effects in the flow of the haircut, the straightedge allows for a longer more accurate guide. The Sure-Cut also has a Velcro type combing action surface, used to pull or comb more strands of hair to the surface of the straight edge for more of a precision and even haircut. This invention assist the user by providing protection against cutting, it also improves the haircutting process by increasing the distance of the cut or guide without risk of injury. In doing so, the haircutting time is decreased. While having a straightedge, it also ensures a straight cut. And by having a hard, brush like surface; the Velcro acts as a comb effect to ensure all strands of hair in a particular section are pulled creating a more precise, even haircut.