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Patricia Pfaeffle: Sports headgear with fiber optic lighting and strobe light. Ezra Sutton, August 3, 1999: US05931559 (20 worldwide citation)

Headgear having fiber optic lighting for illumination of the headgear to be worn on a person's head. The headgear includes a fiber optic lighting assembly having a light source and a plurality of fiber optic lines for transmitting light from the light source. The headgear includes an exterior surfac ...


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Patricia Pfaeffle: Infant bathing apparatus with faucet guard. Cobrin Gittes & Samuel, April 7, 1998: US05735000 (18 worldwide citation)

An infant bathing apparatus including a cushioned body having a cavity surrounded on all sides except one by the body. The sides and bottom of the cushioned body are formed from a water permeable outer layer joined to a water permeable inner layer having a hydrophobic material disposed therebetween.


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Patricia Pfaeffle: Portable urinal. Cobrin Gittes & Samuel, March 3, 1998: US05722096 (7 worldwide citation)

A portable urinal including a urine bottle support having a receiving area. The urine bottle support includes a hollow rod and an extension rod disposed within the hollow rod. The extension rod is selectively movable in a longitudinal direction relative to the hollow rod. Further, the portable urina ...


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Patricia Pfaeffle: In-line skates with fiber optic lighting. Ezra Sutton, December 14, 1999: US06000721 (7 worldwide citation)

An in-line roller skate with fiber optic lighting for illuminating a skater's pathway including a boot housing having a plurality of closure means, a top wall, a front wall, a rear wall, side walls and a bottom wall; and a roller wheel assembly connected to the bottom wall of the boot housing includ ...


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Patricia Pfaeffle: Portable urine bottle holder with standing pole and height adjustable bottle support. Cobrin & Gittes, September 12, 2000: US06116551 (2 worldwide citation)

A portable urinal including a urine bottle support having a receiving area. The urine bottle support includes a hollow rod and an extension rod disposed within the hollow rod. The extension rod is selectively movable in a longitudinal direction relative to the hollow rod. Further, the portable urina ...


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Patricia Pfaeffle: Portable urine bottle holder connectable to a walker. Cobrin & Gittes, May 23, 2000: US06065726 (1 worldwide citation)

A portable urinal including a urine bottle support having a receiving area. The urine bottle support includes a hollow rod and an extension rod disposed within the hollow rod. The extension rod is selectively movable in a longitudinal direction relative to the hollow rod. Further, the portable urina ...