Rockwell Blade Safe

$ 4 USD

The Rockwell Blade Safe is a safe, convenient way to dispose of used double-edge razor blades. The Rockwell Blade Safe fits all double-edge razor blades and is completely recyclable - once it's full, simply throw it in the recycling! 

Customer Reviews

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A.
Great!

It’s a bit smaller than I expected-but it’s great! Anything that has an intention of bettering the environment (and this also helps animals as well by keeping them safe from discarded open blades!) has got my vote:) I definitely recommend.

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A.
Good and safe

I got the razor safe as a good, safe way to store my used razors. What I love about it is that it allows me to recycle my used blades instead of throwing them in the trash and also keeps me from cutting myself on any sharp edges when disposing of them.

S
S.
Awesome product

Such a step up from what I was using. Thank you peeps in Toronto

D
D.P.
$4.00 box worth $10.00

Great little box that complements my collection, very neat idea. Travel for work and always worried about throwing my used blades in the trash.

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R.M.O.
Awesome

Great product,

C
C.F.
Blade Safes make so much sense

Throwing razors into the trash or recycle bin just cuts up bags. This solves that very conveniently.

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C.H.
Blade safe

A good idea of throwing away blades, I cannot see having fun with this!

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A.K.
blade safe

Great size, fits in my bathroom drawer along with my other shaving supplies. Old blade safe"jam jar" had to go under sink. Get One!

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F.N.Y.
Better than expected

This is metal,which I didn’t know, that was a nice surprise and will make recycling easier! The bottom opens which I wasn’t expecting, so reusable if you are so or want to use it as a coins bank? Nice shape and love the black.

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L.G.
Great, secure way to dispose of Razors

When i started looking for my safety razor, my sister called and said that the blades were going to kill animals. The Blade Safe is a great way to keep blades away from wildlife, and still recycle them so they are a plus for the environment! Win win.