a razor and mirror for your wallet... must see this!!!

Let's talk about single and double edged razors and the blades that they use.
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a razor and mirror for your wallet... must see this!!!

Post by marsos52 »

dont worry im not ordering one

http://www.infmetry.com/home-decor/bed- ... zor-mirror

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Post by desertbadger »

Just when you thought you've seen it all!..... :roll:

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Post by Squire »

Not if they gave it to me.
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Post by kronos9 »

I need a scented razor. :shock:
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Post by alcx77 »

What will they think of next.......a helicopter for my wallet springs to mind!
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Post by JarmoP »

Summertime and with my usual jean trousers and my wallet, I'd say not much usage for crumpled blade.

Might like the scent to sniff sometimes lol :P Or if instead carrying an Arko stick around?
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Post by Quarterstick »

"It is a card, a mirror and a razor, it can be all the above at the same time."

I am pretty sure once you seperate it into a mirror and razor, the card goes away. The card is my favorite function though.

"You can even choose how to scent the razor- with mint, sandal, lemon, ocean, and orange are on offer."

What the hell is "sandal" scent? Does is smell like an old flip-flop?

Then I imagine myself trying to shave in the crazy U shaped mirror. :lol:

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Post by brothers »

Extra blades behind the mirror is a handy feature.

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Post by fallingwickets »

thanks marc

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Post by Kaputnik »

I'd seen that one mentioned a couple of times in another forum. If I could get one for free, or even pick it up at a clearance sale for a couple of dollars, wouldn't mind having one as a curiosity.

It's interesting some of the clever designs out there for ultra-compact travel razors, when most regular razors are compact enough for any practical purpose. :wink:
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Post by Craig_From_Cincy »

YIKES! :shock: :shock:

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Post by bbqncigars »

That's a pretty ingenious design. I think I'd stick to my NOS Travalong though, if I'm that pressed for space.

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Post by jww »

Is it a mirror? Is it a razor? Hey c'mon you two, it's a dessert topping and a floor wax. (ff to 1:30 for commercial start).

Some people have too much time on their hands.

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Post by Squire »

Time to write about it while others have time to read and comment about it.
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