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Number: 30/62
Name: Cutlery > Razors > Detachable blade, guarded cutting edge > Slidable blade
Description: Razors in which the blade is positioned in or removed from the organization with a simple sliding motion.










Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
30/65 Multiple guard 1
30/64 With blade lock 8
30/63 With relative blade and guard adjustment 12


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8671576 Divisible head razor device Mar. 18, 2014
7827695 Hair-slicing electric razor Nov. 9, 2010
7516550 Saw tool Apr. 14, 2009
6722039 Manual safety straight razor having doubled-sided blades Apr. 20, 2004
6015419 Retractable surgical scalpel Jan. 18, 2000
4201290 Carrying case for herbs and medicine May. 6, 1980
4159567 Shaving instrument Jul. 3, 1979











 
 
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