Razor giant Gillette Co. cut things a little too close with its Mach3 shaving system featuring a razor that tells users when the blade should be replaced, according to a patent infringement suit.
Cambridge, Mass.-based Arthur D. Little Enterprises Inc. says it owns a patent covering a device on a razor that, when gradually worn down by contact with a man’s beard, reveals a bright strip indicating the need for a new blade.
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