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William H Wyttenbach: Speculum. Peter Loffler, August 18, 1998: US05795289 (80 worldwide citation)

A speculum is comprised of a shaft member having a cavity passing therethrough and an outer layer and an inner layer with a bladder, capable of holding a bio-acceptable liquid, disposed therebetween. At least one guide member runs along the lateral length of the shaft member within the cavity. An en ...


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Edwin E Hanberry Jr: Putter. Peter Loffler, June 12, 2001: US06244974 (67 worldwide citation)

A putter has a body member that has a top surface and a bottom surface joined by a first face, a second face disposed at an obtuse angle relative to the first face, a third face, a fourth face disposed at an acute angle relative to the third face, and a fifth face disposed at an obtuse angle relativ ...


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Joe M Robinson: Dual roll dispenser. Peter Loffler, February 25, 1997: US05604992 (57 worldwide citation)

A dual roll dispenser is disclosed. The device comprises a housing unit having a first paper towel roll and a second paper towel roll mounted therein. Paper automatically dispenses paper from one of the rolls while the second roll remains idle. When a sensor detect that the roll being dispensed is e ...


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John C Oswald: Portable push-pull type exercise device. Peter Loffler, May 21, 1996: US05518483 (48 worldwide citation)

An exercise device of the push-pull type is disclosed. The device consists of a pair of parallel channels, knee rest unit, and hand grip unit. Either the hand grip unit and the knee rest unit can slide freely along the length of the channels, while the other unit is held stationary. Both the knee re ...


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Matthew Dodge: Interchangeable electronics modular electric stringed instrument. Peter Loffler, June 10, 1997: US05637823 (46 worldwide citation)

An interchangeable electronics, modular, electric stringed instrument, having a cavity formed through the instrument body beneath the strings to house the pickups and other electronic components. The rear insertion modules provide rapid exchange and simultaneous regrouping of pickups and electronic ...


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Charles J Cole: System to detect the presence of an unattended child in a vehicle. Peter Loffler, January 30, 2007: US07170401 (43 worldwide citation)

A system detects the presence of an unattended child within a vehicle and when the child is so detected, disables the vehicle's door locks by preventing doors from being locked or remaining locked and sounds an alarm. The presence of a child is detected by measuring pressure on the back seat and mea ...


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O Alan Breazeale: Explosion containment net. Peter Loffler, February 15, 2005: US06854374 (42 worldwide citation)

A net is made from an explosive resistant material such as KEVLAR and is thrown over an explosive-laden device such that the net helps contain the blast force of the explosive-laden device. The net also has a nozzle that is fluid connected to a fire suppressant agent as well as a high density foam, ...


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David J Minton: Tailgate extender. Peter Loffler, September 30, 2003: US06626478 (41 worldwide citation)

A tailgate extender allows a pickup truck bed to be compartmentalized whenever the tailgate of the pickup truck is in the lowered position. A first extension member has a pair of hingedly attached panel members such that one of the panels is hingedly attached to a side of the bed. A second extension ...


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Steven Robinson: Balance board. Peter Loffler, July 12, 2005: US06916276 (38 worldwide citation)

A balance board for exercising, sports training, recreation and the like, uses a board member that rides along a roller along either the central longitudinal axis of the board member or along the central vertical axis of the board member. Stop members are removably attached to the board member for l ...


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David A Edge: Therapeutic pillow. Peter Loffler, May 5, 1998: US05746218 (36 worldwide citation)

A therapeutic pillow for holding a person's legs together during sleep includes a generally upwardly sloping and then generally downwardly sloping base. A first thigh receiving region extends upwardly from the base while a second thigh receiving region extends upwardly from the base in mirror-image ...