these ones dont have the studs, they are good and fit on nice n tight... before buying these i had seen the press stud ones online, but these ones where cheaper tooI had a similar one (but not the same) that I threw out. The underside of the male press stud (inside of the case) was not covered. This allowed the metal there to scratch my DE razor. Not happy.
i keep mines hanging in a wire rack, so it just protects the heads, when sitting against the metal... and also, protects fingers, when razor is in a travel bagI don't want to seem offensive, but I don't see the need for one. We know we should pick our razor(s) up by their handle. I would simply use piece of paper towel or toilet paper if I wanted a cover.
For travel in my case. Business travel, vacation and going to the cottage every weekend.I don't want to seem offensive, but I don't see the need for one. We know we should pick our razor(s) up by their handle. I would simply use piece of paper towel or toilet paper if I wanted a cover.
niceI use better leather to make my own by hand.
I only use it when traveling to avoid damage to the finish of the razor head by other items in the wash bag; and I will keep blade in the razor and use this leather cover-even if handle is removed, the cap & plate will not be separated, which also guarantees the safety of the fingers.
Shaving is an elegant hobby. We have spent much dollars on buying razors, there are good reasons to use something better than toilet paper.
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