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Michael S Bernstein, Brian C Sundberg, David W Crossley: Diaper pail. Safety 1st, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, May 28, 1996: US05520303 (91 worldwide citation)

The diaper pail assembly includes a pail, a ring rotatably mounted on the mouth of the pail and a cover connected to the ring. A disposable trash bag lines the pail and the mouth of the trash bag overlaps the ring and is grasped between the cover and ring. By turning the cover and ring, the trash ba ...


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Michael S Bernstein, Brian C Sundberg, David W Crossley: Diaper pail. Safety 1st, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, January 31, 1995: US05385259 (57 worldwide citation)

The diaper pail assembly includes a pail, a ring rotatably mounted on the mouth of the pail and a cover connected to the ring. A disposable trash bag lines the pail and the mouth of the trash bag overlaps the ring and is grasped between the cover and ring. By turning the cover and ring, the trash ba ...


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David W Crossley, Keith R Wruck, Randy L Abrams: Security gate. Safety 1st, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, November 29, 1994: US05367829 (31 worldwide citation)

A security gate for children having a pair of gate sections that slide relative to each other to vary the effective width of the gate. The sections carry bumpers on their outer vertical side rails, and the bumpers on one side rail are extendable so that they force the bumpers to frictionally engage ...


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Michael S Bernstein, David W Crossley, Randy L Abrams, Jerry E Johnson: Bed side rails. Safety 1st, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, August 1, 1995: US05437067 (28 worldwide citation)

A bed side rail particularly suitable for use by childred has a protective panel which carries a pair of arms that fit under a mattress to support the panel at the edge of a bed. Hinges connect the panel to the arms so that the panel may be moved between an operative position wherein it extends upwa ...


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Michael S Bernstein, David W Crossley, Randy L Abrams, Jerry E Johnson: Bed side rails. Safety 1st, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, May 28, 1996: US05519905 (26 worldwide citation)

A bed side rail particularly suitable for use by childred has a protective panel which carries a pair of arms that fit under a mattress to support the panel at the edge of a bed. Hinges connect the panel to the arms so that the panel may be moved between an operative position wherein it extends upwa ...


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Susan Harrison, David W Crossley: Child's utensil. Zooth, William A Loginov, Cesari and McKenna, April 2, 2002: US06363568 (26 worldwide citation)

A toothbrush or other utensil specifically designed for use by toddlers and small children provides a handle in the form of an animal figure having a body, which is essentially to scale. The handle carries either a rearwardly extending tail or forwardly extending trunk or other singular symmetrical ...


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Randy L Abrams, Michael S Bernstein, David W Crossley: Wrist baby monitor. Safety 1st, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, April 30, 1996: US05512880 (24 worldwide citation)

A baby monitor receiver in the form of a wristwatch. A holder including a stand and cradle is provided for the receiver so that it may be stood on a flat surface or clipped to the clothing of the person attending to the baby.


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Michael I Lerner, David W Crossley, Randy L Abrams, Edward C Owen: Combination booster seat and high chair. Safety 1st, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, December 12, 1995: US05474355 (23 worldwide citation)

A combination booster seat and high chair having a back member and a pair of arm panels pivotally connected to the sides of the back member. The arms move between an operative position wherein they are disposed essentially perpendicular to and extending forward of the back member and an inoperative ...


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David W Crossley, Brian C Sundberg, Michael S Bernstein: Fold-up bathtub. Safety 1st, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, June 20, 1995: US05425149 (22 worldwide citation)

A baby bathtub having a base with a reservoir therein in which the baby is supported and an outwardly extending headrest and leg rest that support the baby's head and legs when the baby is in the reservoir. The headrest and leg rest are pivotally connected to the base so that they can move from the ...


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Michael S Bernstein, David W Crossley, Michael I Lerner: Bath seat. Safety 1st, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, April 30, 1991: US05010606 (20 worldwide citation)

A generally circular bath seat providing back support and positionable rotationally in a bath tub with means for selectively securing the relative seat position.