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Feather Blade Disposal Case

by Feather

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  • Removes blades safely
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Feather Blade Disposal Case + Feather Hi-Stainless Platimum Double Edge Razor Blades 50 Ct + Merkur Long Handled Safety Razor
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Blade disposal case instructions on removing and inserting razor blades.Removes blades safely.

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  • Item Weight: 10.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004LDEISW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,530 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By William on June 28, 2011
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I was suprised when I started using safety razors that I actually felt bad about not having a proper disposal container for double edged razor blades. At home I just made a slit in the lid of a glass jar with a metal lid and viola', a safe place for the blades. I couldn't see carrying the blades around with me on business and didn't like dropping a bare blade into a trash can where some maid would come along and possibly cut herself...so...I bought a little plastic box. It's about 8 bucks with shipping. It seems like a lot but that's no more than you spend on a few disposables.

You might not buy this particular blade box to keep the used ones from endangering others but you should always dispose of them safely. After all, they are still very sharp and many of these blades get a bit of blood on them from time to time.

Addition, October 3rd
I am still using the razor blade box. I'm guessing it will fill up in about 5-6 months. I'm saving about 175 dollars a year now by using safety razor blades. I buy them by the 200 pack for about 18 dollars instead of the 6 pack of disposables for 18 dollars.
I finished off a tin of ground black pepper last week and realized that it will work great for holding used blades. Costs less and no guilt about dropping it in the trash when it is full.
Still like this case though. Toddlers can't get into it.

Just to revisit. It's now October of 2013 and the box is about 3/4 full.
I use a brand that doesn't have the little space in the dispenser pack to hold the used razors so safe razor disposal is necessary.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By duu on January 28, 2013
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I chose giving the item four stars because it works as intended, but could stand to be a little more attractive looking.

I'd definitely recommend having one of these around if you use a DE safety razor. Case in point: until this came in the mail, I was just putting my used blades on the bathroom counter in the center of a large roll of tape to keep them out of harms way and to prevent slicing up my garage bag. Well my dear cat, Frankenstein, decided it would be fun it start playing with these blades, unknowingly to me. So I walked in the bathroom one day and find bloody paw prints all over the bathroom because the cat was batting the blade around the bathroom and hid the evidence under the bathroom rug.

So in conclusion, if you have a dumb cat, child, or life partner, buy one of these to put your used blades in.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael D. on June 20, 2013
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About a year ago, I tried double edge shaving to get a closer shave. After trying different razors, blades and shave soaps, I am very glad I made the switch.

A couple of months ago, while emptying the trash, I cut my finger on a blade I had thrown away. That's when realized throwing used blades in the trash is a bad idea. Years ago, there was a blade disposal slot in the back of most bathroom medicine chests. Those days are gone now.

Feather, from Japan, makes what I have come to regard as the best double edge blades in the world. They also make a low cost used blade disposal case which holds 100 used blades. At about 1 week per blade, the case holds a 2 year supply of used blades. You can either properly dispose of the entire case, or snap off the cap, dispose of the used blades safely, and reuse the disposal case.

The case does what it says it will do and I will not be causing injury to someone after I have thrown loose blades away.
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7 of 11 people found the following review helpful By ScottGChi on July 6, 2012
Up front, I don't own this blade bank. But I thought it was important for DE safety razor users to know, since the seller didn't provide any useful information, that this was made specifically for straight razor users. Feather has a different bank, which I don't think is available on Amazon, for safety razor users. The opening on the top of this bank that the previous reviewer mentions is sized to fit the entire head of the straight razor and then you drag the razor handle back and the blade drops into the box. The box that Feather makes for safety razor blades is made of some kind of metal (maybe tin?) and the opening is much smaller. DE safety razor users can definitely make use of this bank, but it just wasn't designed for us. Also, when I've tossed out a filled bank before, I always put a piece of duct tape across the opening before dropping it in the trash.

As far as the overall usefulness of a blade bank in general, I definitely use one. I use Astra blades and there ain't no place to put used blades in their cardboard packaging. And, personally, I'm not about to take an xacto knife to a mint tin to make one. Before I got a bank, I used to wrap each used blade in duct tape which was a wee bit unsafe and definitely a PIA. Definitely worth the few bucks to ensure the blades are safely disposed of.
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By parktracy on April 17, 2014
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Great blade dispenser. Does what it's supposed to do and lkeeps my little ones safe when they get a hold of it.
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A blade bank such as this is a simple necessity if you are using razor blades of any sort. This one is made out of a strong plastic. It looks like it would be next to impossible to get a blade out of it without intentionally destroying the box. It should do it's job well, and looks like it should hold a lot of double-edged razor blades.
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