klm672
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Why Is My Razor's Head Always Unattached?

Mon Jun 17, 2013 5:44 am

No idea where to put this. Just a mere curiosity. Whenever I've flown be it international or domestic, I've always noticed that when I open my bathroom bag the razor's head is unattached from my shaving razor? Does TSA go in and unattach it? Is the force by which my bag is handled make the head pop off? Is there some sort of pressure difference in the cargo bin that scientifically unattach it? Is unattach even a word?

Just my random thought for tonight.

Thanks!
 
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CrimsonNL
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RE: Why Is My Razor's Head Always Unattached?

Mon Jun 17, 2013 10:28 am

If you use a regular cartridge razor, the button to release the cartridge doesn't require a lot of pressure to be pressed. I would say it's just from moving stuff in your bag!

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sw733
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RE: Why Is My Razor's Head Always Unattached?

Mon Jun 17, 2013 12:55 pm

Quoting KLM672 (Thread starter):
Does TSA go in and unattach it?

No, TSA does not go in and unattach razor heads. Is that really what you thought?!  

They snap off very easily. Very, very easily. It only takes a little pressure. Your bags get banged around quite a lot on a trip, meaning it probably pops off within the first 30 seconds of the bag being out of your hands  
 
klm672
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RE: Why Is My Razor's Head Always Unattached?

Mon Jun 17, 2013 2:18 pm

Quoting sw733 (Reply 2):
Quoting KLM672 (Thread starter):
Does TSA go in and unattach it?

No, TSA does not go in and unattach razor heads. Is that really what you thought?!

No? One of the many duties to keep us safe. Haha no, I was making a joke.
 
AR385
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RE: Why Is My Razor's Head Always Unattached?

Mon Jun 17, 2013 8:22 pm

I´m sorry, but that´s never happened to me. I use your average Mach 3. ANd i find the button is not that easily pressed. No you don´t need a hammer, sure, but you have to push firmly for the razor to pop.

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