US 1958600 A
Description (OCR text may contain errors)
May 15, 1934.
J. N. WRIGHT SAFETY RAZOR BOX Filed March 21, 1930 INVENTOR.
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Patented May 15, 1934 1,958,600
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE SAFETY RAZOR BOX James N. Wright, San Francisco, Calif.
Application March 21, 1930, Serial No. 437,739
6 Claims. (01. 206-16) This invention relates to safety razors of the a hinged door 6 extending over part way only type using wafer blades, and the object of the and a slight distance up the end 2 which is proinvention is to provide a combination box for vided with a finger notch 7. protecting the razor as well as a supply of blades, Within the box is a partition wall 8 providing and which box is so designed that it makes it Imbelow it the space for the extra blades indicated necessary to take the razor apart or even to dry in their envelops 9, and above the partition the the moisture therefrom when putting the razor space for the razor head 10 with its handle 11 away. projecting upward out of a slot 12 formed in the With the ordinary safety razor of the type top wall of the box.
10 mentioned it is the usual practice after shaving The space for the razor head is open at one end 65 to rinse off the device in water, unscrew its hanonly of the box for insertion or removal of the dle, remove the blade, dry the parts, then place razor by simple sliding motion, and the space is the separated parts in a plush lined case, and of such dimensions that the razor head fits nicely which case contains a small metal box holding in place with the guards 13 of the razor adjacent the extra blades. All this takes time and for the side walls of the box so that the cutting edges 70 travelers and others who have little or no time of the blade are held free of contact. The refor shaving, constitutes a nuisance as the parts siliency of the partition wall holds the razor head are frequently d pp in fussing W th t em when snugly against the upper wall 4 so that there is separated. no danger of displacement, though if desired 0 The recent use Of Stainless Steel in the making the handle which flares out a trifle at 14 adjacent of the flexible or wafer razor blades overcomes the t i t where t screws t t head, may be danger of rusting even if the razor is not taken Screwed a tum or so to crowd itself t t apart and Cleaned, and it is Particularly in slot to further aid in holding the head in the box, nection with such blades that my invention was it being understood that the 1 1; would b of devised, though it is not limited for use with proper width to accommodate the reduced neck stainless steel safety razors. portion 15 of the handle Briefly described, my invention comprises dis- Along Opposite sides of the box are perfom pensing entirely with the usual Case for holdmg tions 16 to provide cross veltilation to the razor the razor parts and extra box of blades, and Space.
providing a small rustless sheet metal box not The blade Space below the partition will 85.
. m larger, than the razor head and commodate a dozen or so of blades and the door tition therein so arranged that the extra blades is provided with a snap catch such as a little are kept on one partltlon and the ear 17 which snaps into a dent or projection h of the 9 1S kept H} the box on other 18 when closed, or any equivalent construction side of the part1t1on. Special features of the box may be used are that the P head Simply Sl ides p place to With the improved box described it is merely fit Snug therem so as to guard Its cuttmg edges necessary to rinse off the razor shake it slide the handle of the razor is left attached to the it in place and it may be droped into head and proJeCts from the the razor space elers grip with assurance that it will not be f t e e a oi 4O f g g gs iz gzgi i g gg fig g g g g injured and will be ready at all times for instant use.
fi i gg ii g g fi ggg 32 6: convemently reached Having thus described my invention it will be In the drawing Fig 1 is a perspective View of evident that minor changes in design may be 45. my new safety razor box with the safety razor made Without departing from the Spirit of the 100 in place with its handle extending out of a slot inVentiOn Within the 800199 of my pp in the top wall of the box and the end wall of Claimsthe box broken away to reveal the partition above I claim:- mentioned and the extra blades. 1. A safety razor protector comprising a box 2 is a perspective View Showing the bOtprovided with a partition therein, the space on .105
tom of the box and with door open revealing the one side of the partition being of a size to reextra blades. ceive the head of the razor and with the handle In further detail the box, preferably made of of the razor projecting out through a slot in ust plated Sheet metal has Sides end the wall of the box and the space on the other walls 2, 3, top wall 4, bottom wall 5 provided with side of the partition adapted for extra blades,
one end of the box being partially open for sliding the head in and out.
2. A safety razor protector comprising a box provided with a partition therein, the space on one side of the partition being of a size to receive the head of the razor and With the handle of the razor projecting out through a slot in the wall of the box and the space on the other side of the partition adapted for extra blades, one end of the box'being partially open for sliding the head in and out, and a lid on the extra blade portion of the box.
3. A safety razor protector comprising a box provided with a partition therein, the space on one side of the partition being of a size to receive the head of the razor and with the handle of the razor projecting out through a slot in the wall of the box and the space on the other side of the partition adapted for extra blades, one end of the box being partially open for sliding the head in and out, and a hinged lid on the extra blade portion of the box extending part way only along thebottom thereof.
4. A sheet metal box provided with a partition Wall separating it into two spaces, one of the spaces of a size to receive a plurality of safety razor blades, the other space of a size to receive the head of a safety razor, venting means in the razor side of the box and a door on the blade side of the box.
5. A sheet metal box adapted to house a pluralityor' superimposed water safety razor blades, provided with a space above the blades for the head of a safety razor, the end wall of the box formed with an opening whereby the head may be slid into the box, and the top wall with a slot for projection of the handle of the razor.
6. A sheet metal box adapted to house a plurality of superimposed wafer safety razor blades, provided with a space above the blades for the head of a safety'razor, the end wall of the box formed with an opening whereby the head may be slid into the box, and the side walls with vents for free passage of air to the-head.
JAMES N. NRIGHT.