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Richard J Tracy: Buckle. Illinois Tool Works, Jack R Halvorsen, Robert W Beart, April 24, 1979: US04150464 (147 worldwide citation)

A buckle includes separable cooperating receptacle and clasp members. The receptacle member includes a pair of locking slots formed in opposing sides thereof. The clasp member includes a pair of resilient arms having locking tabs thereon for releasably engaging the locking slots of the receptacle me ...


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Kruger Stanley: Clasp for bracelets and the like. May 30, 1972: US3665565 (105 worldwide citation)

A clasp for securing together two objects, such as the two ends of a bracelet, comprises a housing and a connecting element adapted to be slid into the housing. The housing carries a catch which engages with the connecting element to retain the latter in the housing. The act of releasing the catch c ...


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Francis G Frano, Steven C Keller: Buckle having increased holding power when under load. Illinois Tool Works, Schwartz & Weinrieb, June 29, 1993: US05222279 (91 worldwide citation)

A buckle including a female receptacle member having a tubular body, an interior channel therethrough and being open to the channel on a portion of the tubular body, a male latch member having at least one arm member for insertion within the channel through the open end of the female receptacle memb ...


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Donald A Wolterstorff Jr: Safety buckle. Carl E Gulbrandsen, May 2, 1989: US04825515 (69 worldwide citation)

A safety buckle which is comprised of two, releasable, interlocking portions. One portion has outward flexing lateral arms with tabs connected to their leading ends. Positioned between the lateral arms is a central safety arm which flexes vertically and has a latching hook connected to its leading e ...


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James Dillner, Dale Smous: Buckle type fastener. National Molding Corporation, Kenyon & Kenyon, August 25, 1987: US04688337 (58 worldwide citation)

A two piece buckle type fastener including a receptacle and clasp. The clasp includes a base, a substantially rigid stem protruding from the base, a pair of resilient arms extending from the stem, and locking means on the arms. The receptacle includes a body that defines a cavity adapted to receive ...


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Alan Kong: Buckle having external finger grip. Nifco, Schwartz & Weinrieb, May 23, 1989: US04831694 (54 worldwide citation)

A side-release type buckle is provided with a sliding member arrangement that enables the buckle to be easily released using only one hand, even if the engagement of the two parts of the buckle are being subjected to a strong pulling force in the direction of disengagement. The sliding member or gri ...


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Robin E Schlinger, Charlotte Widmer Varner: Magnetic pendant necklace set and manufacture. September 15, 1998: US05806346 (50 worldwide citation)

A method of inexpensively making a magnetic pendant necklace set relies upon affixing opposite-polarity magnets of at least 27 megagauss oersteds in pole strength to each of two, substantially-flat ornamental settings with protruding rings to which the opposite ends of any type of necklace can be at ...


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Mark J Krauss: Side-release buckle with accidental release guard. American Cord & Webbing, Kane Dalsimer Sullivan Kurucz Levy Eisele and Richard, September 8, 1992: US05144725 (47 worldwide citation)

A buckle is provided which includes a male portion and a female portion. The male portion includes inwardly deformable spring arms with detent protuberances. The detent protuberances engage detent apertures within detent recesses on lateral sides of the female portion. Lateral release guards are for ...


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Kurt H Lundstedt, Steven C Keller: Spring loaded sliding bar web connector assembly for a buckle. Illinois Tool Works, Schwartz & Weinrieb, December 15, 1992: US05170539 (46 worldwide citation)

A buckle having a sleeve portion including a receiving channel, a web connector member positioned within the channel for cooperation with the sleeve, and a spring member integrally formed with the web connector member for providing a spring bias to the web connector member with respect to the sleeve ...


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Bryan K Hicks, Brandon Robert Mackay: Lanyard connector and system. David B Dellenbach, Workman Nydegger, March 30, 2004: US06711785 (45 worldwide citation)

A lanyard system conveniently suspends entry badges, keys or other objects about the neck. The system comprises a connector having a male buckle portion and a female buckle portion. The male buckle portion has an attachment coupling thereon such that the male buckle portion can be selectively mounte ...



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