Abstract: A surface-mountable razor holder is disclosed. The surface-mountable razor holder includes a rear surface, a front surface, and a magnet. The rear surface is to mount the surface-mountable razor holder to an external surface. The front surface substantially conforms to a shape of a shaving razor. The magnet is disposed in a cavity formed by the surface-mountable razor holder. The magnet is to removably secure the shaving razor to the front surface.
September 24, 2018
Date of Patent:
July 23, 2019
Hlynur Vagn Atlason, Jason Bravman, Georgina Gooley
Abstract: A flexible container that can be affixed to a vertical surface such as a shower wall is provided. The container comprises a wall and a substrate affixed to the wall. The substrate may define a plurality of integrally formed recesses that can create a suction fit with the vertical surface.
Abstract: A razor cartridge dispenser for retaining, dispensing and receiving razor cartridges, the cartridges having a blade portion mounted to a handle connection portion, the dispenser including first and second cooperating members joined by a connection such that the first and second cooperating members can be adapted from a closed configuration to an open configuration, each of said first and second cooperating members comprising one or more compartments for retaining a cartridge.
Abstract: A multipurpose cooking stove container is described having a cavity for storing items such as cleaning products and hand sanitizer. The cooking stove container may further comprise a paper towel support and mounting bracket for attachment to a cooking stove or side shelf of a cooking stove. The cooking stove container may also be configured to be resistant to environmental elements such as rain, wind, dust, pollen and the like. A tray portion may be used for storing items and a removable cup may be inserted into the tray for more secure storage of smaller items. The cooking stove container may in one embodiment comprise a front and back member that are attached about a pivot. The front member may pivot to allow access to the inside cavity.
May 17, 2011
Date of Patent:
February 4, 2014
Cathal Patrick Gordon
Cathal Patrick Gordon, David Dean McClanahan
Abstract: A dummy hair clipper head, or dummy blade, which is a form conforming to those dimensions of a hair clipper's stationary blade which are necessary for its compatibility with attachment guide combs, is employed in an attachment guide comb organizer which comprises a plurality of interconnected forms, whereby a plurality of attachment guide combs can be stored and organized. By interconnecting the forms with either a rigid, contoured or flexible means, with the options of placing them within a container and of making them releasable, the organization and storage of a set of attachment guide combs can be customized. For the purposes of storage the form can be flexible and have a reduced structure from that of the stationary blade. The use of the form also makes possible a variety of new uses for attachment guide combs including a scissor comb, razor comb, and conduit comb.
Abstract: A razor case, also referred to as a razor saver, may keep a razor blade dry and free or any moisture. The razor saver may include an absorbent liner and one or more absorbent desiccant gel packs for removing moisture from the razor blade. The razor saver may extend the life of the razor blade, typically offering the user up to four times the use from a single blade cartridge. The razor saver may save money while also reducing landfill wastes.
Abstract: A clam-shell container system can include first and second container pieces that are hingedly connected. The first container piece can include a perimeter and a hangable tab, the hangable tab having an opening configured to receive a rod. The hinge connection can be perforated, such that it breaks upon actuation of the hangable tab to open the container system. The second container piece can include a cutout in proximity to the hinge connection and the hangable tab. Accordingly, the cutout can provide clearance for the rotation of the hangable tab beyond the hinge connection. Further, the second container piece can have a perimeter having a shape substantially similar to the perimeter of the first container piece. The perimeters can form a substantial seal in combination.
Abstract: The Razor-to-Can-Top Docking System allows users to hang a wide variety of razors, 5, securely on a modified aerosol-shaving cream can top, 3, for storage between uses. This is accomplished by attaching a stalk, 1B, to the can top, 3, with a nub, 1A, at the end of the stalk. The razor is hung on the stalk via a hole or cavity in the razor's handle that engages the nub, 1A, on the stalk, 1B. Without the razor, the stalk, 1B, may be put out of the way and closed to the can top. In the open position, the stalk and nub can engage the cavity. The cavity may be throughgoing or only partially excavated, leaving an undercut lip to engage the nub. It is understood that a wide variety of nub shapes and cavities may be used with the condition that the chosen nub and cavity conform to each other such that the engagement is secure.
Abstract: A cover member (1) for a container which includes a cap portion (2) and a leg member (3) depending from the cap portion, wherein the leg member has an internal surface arranged to face the container and an external surface which is visable when then the cover member is in use, the cover member further including one or more lugs (4a, 4b) arranged on the internal surface of the leg member, the one or more lugs being arranged to receive a hair removal tool.
Abstract: A device for sharpening razor blades, comprising, a housing having an upper casing and a lower casing defining an interior space, the upper casing having an opening, and a lid to cover the opening, a reciprocating carriage disposed in the lower case below the opening for receiving a razor blade unit containing a razor blade with a shaving edge facing downward, a sharpening wheel coated on its outer circumference with an abrasive material fixedly disposed in the lower case for rotation around an axis beneath and simultaneously with the reciprocating carriage, mechanism to reciprocate the carriage, mechanism to rotate the sharpening wheel, power supply to operate the reciprocating and rotating mechanisms, a switch to activate the device to reciprocate the carriage and rotate the sharpening wheel simultaneously, such that when the razor blade unit with the razor blade is inserted through the opening into the carriage and the power is turned on by the switch the sharpening wheel rotates and the carriage holdin
Abstract: A cover member (1) for a container which includes a cap portion (2) and a leg member (3) depending from the cap portion, wherein the leg member has an internal surface arranged to face the container and an external surface which is visable when then the cap is in use, the cover member further including one or more lugs (4a, 4b) arranged on the internal surface of the leg member, the lugs being arranged to receive a hair removal tool.
Abstract: A wet shaving razor case suitable for storage of a razor having a cartridge and adjoining handle, the case comprises an upper portion comprising a cartridge hold down member disposed at a periphery of said upper portion and a handle-receiving recess; a lower portion joined to the upper portion wherein the lower portion comprises a engagement member positioned along a periphery of the lower portion; and wherein upon closure of the upper portion onto the lower portion the hold down member both secures the cartridge within the case and engages with the engagement member to maintain closure of the upper portion on the lower portion.
August 30, 2007
March 5, 2009
Douglas Robert Kohring, Kelly Daniel Bridges
Abstract: According to the present invention, a tray for a shaving implement having a powered device includes a base, at least one engagement structure, and at least one protrusion. The base has a length and a width that are at least approximately as long as a length and a width of the shaving implement, respectively. The base also has a height. The engagement structure(s) are operable to releaseably secure the shaving implement to the tray. The protrusion(s) extend heightwise from the base and are positioned substantially adjacent to a switch on the shaving implement that controls the powered device. The protrusion(s) extend to a height that is at least as high as the switch when the shaving implement is releasably secured in the engagement structure(s) and guard the switch from contact with outside forces that can unintentionally power on the battery-powered device.
Abstract: A holder for a razor dispenser cartridge for use in a shower, having an adjustable hook for hanging on a shower head and suction cups for adhering to a wall. Alternate embodiments combine provisions for holding a single razor, a can of shaving cream, and a drawer for temporarily storing used razors.
Abstract: A holder for a replaceable container of product includes a wall mountable support member having a longitudinal dimension. A holding sleeve extends transversely to the longitudinal dimension a first distance from a first region of the support member. The holding sleeve defines a bulbous recess. A foot extends transversely to the longitudinal dimension a second distance from a second region of the support member. The second distance is less than the first distance. The foot is spaced from the holding sleeve.
June 15, 2004
Date of Patent:
August 28, 2007
S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc.
Edward J. Kunesh, David P. Mather, Allen D. Miller
Abstract: A replacement cartridge container is provided that includes a tub and a selectively removable lid. The tub includes a base panel attached to a side panel. The base panel and the side panel each have an interior surface and an exterior surface. A cavity is formed contiguous with the interior surfaces of the base panel and the side panel. The selectively removable lid attaches to the tub and forms a seal with the tub.
Abstract: A storage device for a shaving razor replacement cartridge package, including a base member having at least one package-receiving storage region, and one or more covered packages that are each located in a respective storage region. The covered package contains a shaving cartridge including a plastic housing and a plurality of blades. The storage region preferably provides a retention force, e.g., by opposed members, to retain a respective package within the compartment with a retention force. The retention force is preferably determined so that is less than an opening force needed to initiate opening of a removable cover seated on the stored package. The storage device can include shaving razor engagement structure for carrying a razor generally aligned with the base member.
Abstract: A lotion dispensing shaving apparatus for shaving and dispensing shaving cream and after shave lotion includes a razor having a handle portion including a pair of lengthwise compartments. A pair of sliding levers are operationally coupled to the compartments for selectively dispensing contents of the compartments from sides of the handle adjacent to a bottom of the handle. The razor head has two angled sides each having dual blades. In various embodiments the razor head includes grooved rollers and the handle portion includes a compartment on the bottom of the handle portion for holding an antiseptic impregnated pad.
Abstract: An apparatus for storing various items, like toothbrushes, toothpaste tubes, razors or other toiletry and non-toiletry items. The apparatus comprises a carrier member adapted to accommodate the said items therein and a support member adapted to support the carrier member. The carrier member is separable from the support member and receivable thereinto. The carrier member is configured as a body of rotation defined by a longitudinal axis, by an upper portion, by an elongated tubular peripheral portion and by a lower portion. The carrier member and the support member are provided with a respective abutment means enabling resting of the carrier member on the support member. At least the carrier member is provided with a ventilation means and with drainage means to enable sanitary storage of the items. Both the carrier member and the support member can be used as a single standalone item suitable for sanitary storage.
Abstract: The invention consists of compiling seven essential articles of clothing into a carry on bag to be marketed to women traveling on short vacations seeking versatile clothing fashion without having to pack numerous articles. The essential articles of clothing are as follows: 1) a white T-shirt, 2) white button down oxford shirt 3) a black camisole, 4) black Capri pants, 5) khaki pants, 6) a black wrap-around sarong, and 7) little black dress. All of the articles of clothing will be included in a carry on bag that will be marketed under the name “Just for the Weekend”.
Abstract: The present invention relates to a storage container for an attachment to a personal grooming tool. The container includes a housing and a cover. The housing includes a chamber configured to store the attachments. The cover is configured to fit over the housing to enclose the chamber. The cover also includes a cavity designed to support the tool.
Abstract: A housing for a shaving razor with razor blade(s) immersed in oil or another liquid. The primary structure permits a minimal quantity of oil or other liquid to submerge the razor blade with the razor handle upright. It also may feature a catch extension on the back wall to aid oil drainage from the submersed end. The second structure is a frontally mounted lid with razor handle positioned for easy access. To secure the housing in the desired position, a “hook and loop” type attachment device can be provided to allow removal for cleaning. In another embodiment, an insert may be disposed within the housing, next to the back wall. The insert has a razor handle receiving portion and a razor blade catch extension. In another embodiment, the housing may be formed in a free-standing configuration so that it may be rested upon a countertop or table. This embodiment may be formed with a container holding portion having an oil container recess.
Abstract: A CD disk holding device that freely suspends a disk. The holder is made up of a singular homogeneous flat plastic or plastic like flexible material of a thin and uniform cross section that is formed into a trihedrally shaped structure. A flat base provides an area for attachment to a desired surface. Projecting from opposite ends in an inwardly biased folded plane of the base are two flexible symmetrical arms. Further projecting away from base at the end of the arms are related symmetrical tapered nose sections. The nose sections are arched further inward in a slightly open clamshell arrangement. Each nose section has a leading edge, which when viewed from the front form the diagonal edge of a near parabolic cone structure. This cone structures greatest diameter is normally slightly greater than the central mounting hole of a compact disk. When a CD is installed, the central hole of the CD rides the leading edge of the nose sections until seated.
Abstract: Retail razor display packaging comprising a razor stand and a display card. The razor stand is preferably transparent and is designed to engage at least a portion of a display card so that a razor can be positioned on the razor stand and then connected to the display card in a manner which provides an attractive display. The razor stand permits a potential purchaser to view the razor prior to purchasing and then provides a convenient holder for the razor after purchasing and use.
Abstract: A storage device, e.g., for a shaving razor and replacement cartridges, including a base member having at least one storage compartment, and one or more sealed packages that are each located in a respective storage compartment. The sealed package contains a shaving cartridge including a plastic housing and a plurality of blades. Each compartment provides a retention force, e.g., by opposed members, to retain a respective package within the compartment with a retention force that is less than a peeling force needed to initiate peeling of a cover layer sealably connected to the stored package. The cover has shaving razor engagement structure for carrying a razor on an external surface of the cover.
Abstract: An article of manufacture for storing a razor comprises a cap such as for a shaving cream container having a wall section in which are integrally molded two spaced apart arms that are pivotable about integral living hinges out of the wall section to form a yoke in which the razor is suspended. The two spaced apart arms can have separate base sections with separate living hinges or a common base section with a common living hinge. Where the cap has a cylindrical side wall and a generally flat end wall, the two spaced apart arms can extend from a living hinge in the side wall along the side wall and into the end wall so that terminal sections of the arms form an angle with the base sections. Alternatively, the arms can be formed entirely in the side wall, and if desired, have the terminal sections project toward one another to form a reentrant opening for retaining the razor.
Abstract: A dental implement storage assembly for holding primary dental care implements and providing storage compartments, a mirror, and a cover usable as a rinsing cup. The dental implement storage assembly includes a housing having a plurality of receptacles for holding dental implements, a plurality of compartments having doors positioned around the outside of the housing, and a cover removable from the housing for use as a cup. A mirror is positioned in one of the compartments.
Abstract: A device for holding toilet accessories, that is attached to a stand up tubular can such as shaving gel. The invention is a wide, plastic clip, having a generally “U” shape with two arms shaped to grasp the circumference surface of a stand up tubular can. The front of the clip is flat and includes a stub projecting inwards from its inside surface. This stub creates two equal spaces and edges for storing items such as a shaver and a toothbrush. Provision is made for placing a hotel logo or company advertisement on the front facing surface of the clip for distribution. The device can also include a bonding agent to fasten the holder to a vertical flat surface and will support a light, tubular can or other tubular shaped item for display.
Abstract: Devices for detachably securing razors with cans or containers of shaving cream. According to the first embodiment, the invention comprises a holder member mounted or formed upon the cap of a conventional can of shaving cream. The holder member defines an aperture or axial pathway for receiving the handle portion of a conventional razor, as well as a support surface for receiving the razor head of such razor. In a second preferred embodiment, the device comprises first and second members hingingly attached to one another and mountable upon the dispenser mechanism of a can of shaving cream.
Abstract: The present invention is a single cavity unit particularly constructed to accommodate all items and instruments necessary to complete the process of shaving, but not attaching itself to any of the items or instruments. This is accomplished by having accommodations, made onto and as part of the single cavity unit, to hold the shaving razor, shaving can, applicator brush, and shaving blade cartridge. Varying shaving can sizes are accommodated by the single cavity unit.
Abstract: A housing for a shaving razor with razor blade(s) immersed in oil or another liquid. The housing will be of two elements with no working parts. The primary structure permits a minimal quantity of oil or other liquid to submerge the razor blade element with razor handle upright. It will also feature a catch extension on the back wall to aid oil drainage from the submersed end. The second structure is a frontally mounted lid with razor handle positioned for easy access. The oil is a light viscosity plant derivative such as sunflower oil or peanut oil or other liquids which will not affect the shaving razor's parts or the containment cell and will contain a tocopherol vitamin A stabilizer along with a biocide. To secure the housing in the desired position, a "hook and loop" type attachment device, such as Velcro.TM., will be provided to allow removal for cleaning.
Abstract: This invention relates to a method for reducing folliculitis. A method is disclosed which delineates precise razor pulling techniques and methods of preparing a skin surface to be shaved. The razor pulling methods comprise consistent razor strokes. A kit comprising tools for carrying the disclosed method is also disclosed.
Abstract: Several embodiments of a disposable razor support structure include structures from which support is derived including (1) a clip for encircling and grasping the major portion of a can and which also grasps the disposable razor just below the head portion; (2) a cap support which engages a can in a manner identical to that of the way in which a cap engages the can; (3) a cap which engages a can; and (4) a magnetic attachment member which can adhere to either a can or other metal surface; (5) a horizontal can tray which can accommodate a can; and also structures for supporting a disposable razor including (1) a clip in the shape of an .OMEGA. which grasps the upper handle of a razor, and (2) a trough to gently support the head of the razor, either of which can draw support from any of the structures described above.
Abstract: A tray for a razor that includes a base member and a platform member. The base member includes engagement structure for releasably holding the razor and platform support structure. The platform member is supported on the platform support structure, is secured to said base member, and is located behind at least part of a razor when the razor is held by the engagement structure.
Abstract: A packing unit for objects which comprises two portions that are connected to one another and form a space therebetween for receiving an object is provided. Both portions are made from a plastic foil and have profilings according to the shape of the object that form abutments to prevent sliding of the object within the packing unit.
Abstract: A method for mounting Surface-Mounted-Devices ("SMD's") on a substrate, e.g. a PC board, involves warming an adhesive containing conductive particles from a room-temperature solid state to a warmed fluid state, applying said fluid adhesive to the substrate, permitting the adhesive to cool back into a solid state, subsequently warming the substrate and adhesive to render the adhesive tacky and yielding, mounting the components (2-5) in the tacky adhesive, and permitting the adhesive to cool back into a solid state, thereby securing the components on the substrate.
Abstract: A conductive die attach tape is described which allows for mounting of diced semiconductor chips thereon, followed by removal of the chip with an adherent conductive adhesive, and the mounting of the chip/adhesive combination in a chip carrier preparatory to the wire bonding operation.
September 9, 1989
Date of Patent:
October 27, 1992
National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corporation
Abstract: A razor assembly for shaving, and a combination razor assembly and container for sharpening the razor, is provided. A razor body includes a blade carrier with a reusable blade. A blade guard engages the blade for guiding over the skin surface during shaving. The guard is released to freely expose the blade for cleaning/sharpening while maintaining the blade attached to the carrier. The container includes an opening for receiving the exposed blade and opposed arrays of honing shoes are provided along a path for engaging the blade during sharpening movement of the razor along the container. A guide track having guide grooves engages the blade guard to ensure accurate movement of the blade with respect to the honing shoes. One honing shoe array along one side of the path is spring biased toward the other to assure unison movement and efficient sharpening action.
Abstract: A cover for retaining a dispenser containing a plurality of safety razor blade cartridges to be employed with a razor of the type held with the fingers or the palm of the hand wherein the hand or finger gripping portion of the razor has a concave surface provided with a plurality of sinuous recesses formed therein. The dispenser cover is comprised of wall structure forming a substantially rectangular cavity for receiving and retaining a blade cartridge dispenser and one wall comprises an outer surface having a convex shape for mating engagement with the razor concave surface. A pair of sinuous outwardly projecting ribs for interfitting engagement with a selected pair of recesses on the razor gripping portion is disposed on the convex surface of the dispenser cover and serves to locate and retain the razor, dispenser cover combination as a unit for packaging and storage of the razor when not in use.
Abstract: A person toiletry case 10 has a left section 11 and a right section 12 hinged together by hinges 13. Each section has a rectangular side panel 14 bounded by a bottom wall 15, a top wall 16, 16' and two side walls 17. The top walls 16, 16' each have a recessed portion 22, 25 through which articles contained within the case may be accessed. Brackets 26, 29, 30, 31, and 33, extending from the panels 14 of the case, are provided to hold toiletry articles within the case. The case also has venting holes 18 to allow moisture within the case to escape to ambience.
Abstract: A cleaning brush for a shaver is provided which comprises a substantially plate-like main member divided into a first and a second half, the first and second halves being coupled on the side of one surface by a hinge member with their side faces being substantially adjacent to each other, the first half being provided at the side face thereof with bristles extending perpendicularly to the side face, the second half being formed in a second surface thereof with a recess which opens at the side face thereof to accommodate the bristles, the cleaning brush further comprising a holding portion provided on the first and second halves and on a mounting surface, respectively, for cooperating with each other to detachably mount the main member on the mounting surface.
Abstract: A case for the storage of single edged razors is formed as a unitary molding comprising a first tubular portion for reception of a handle of the razor, and a second tubular portion offset on one side of a plane including the longitudinal axis of the first portion for the reception of the neck and blade of the razor, the second tubular member being comprised of two portions interconnected one with the other by a living hinge. The hinged portion being provided with a locking member for cooperation with the first tubular member.
Abstract: An open-top vessel having a closure cap, and a razor holder for releasably supporting a water rinsed razor and its blade within the vessel spaced below the closure cap. The vessel may be filled with mineral oil to a level above the blade, to have the blade submerged in the mineral oil. The razor holder may be supported on the closure cap, and rotatable via an exposed handle, for moving the razor as submerged in the mineral oil. More than one vessel may be used, as a kit, with each additional vessel also having a closure cap, a razor holder, and handle; and one or more vessels may be filled with mineral oil and one or more vessels may be left empty. The razor may be moved from vessel to vessel successively as it is being treated with the mineral oil and stored.
Abstract: An adhesive mixture reworkably adheres electronic integrated circuit dies to hybrid microcircuit substrates, and includes a thermosetting epoxy resin. A thermoplastic resin additive allows the mixture to retain the high adhesive strength of the epoxy resin up to approximately 150.degree. C., or the upper limit of the operating and testing temperature range of the dies, and then soften sufficiently to enable defective dies to be removed at a temperature of preferably between 150.degree. C. and 200.degree. C. without damage to the substrate or adjacent dies.
Abstract: Flux residue drawn by capillary action into the small gap between a conductor pattern support e.g. a printed circuit board, and a leadless electronic component surface mounted on the support is hard to remove and may corrode the conductor pattern. Herein the component is fixed to the support by a pad of adhesive elastomer so as to give a larger and hence more easily cleanable gap between component and support and the component connector pads are coupled to the conductor pattern by way of solder pillars formed by pre-loading the component connector pads and the pattern with precisely defined amounts of solder and, e.g. during a vapor phase re-flow, causing the pre-loads to merge and form the solder pillars.
November 28, 1988
Date of Patent:
May 22, 1990
British Aerospace Public Limited Company
Abstract: In accordance with the present invention, a disposable razor assembly and method are provided in which a packet assembly is releasably secured to the handle of the disposable razor. The packet assembly includes a plastic packet having a side wall forming a reservoir for single-use shaving-associated material. The reservoir is automatically opened as the plastic packet is detached from the razor handle even in high humidity environments. Several embodiments are described.