Kazuo Furuyama: Fitting device for accessory. Yugen Kaisha Furuyama Shouji, Armstrong Westerman Hattori McLeland & Naughton, November 29, 1994: US05367891 (204 worldwide citation)

A fitting device for an ornamental accessory is made up of a pair of connecting members each having a cylindrical portion on an end to be fitted together in a rotatable manner relative to each other. One of the connecting members has at its fitting end at least one piece of guide grooves formed in s ...

Norman Sherman, Victor Shiff: Magnetic clasp for wristwatch strap. Timex Corporation, William C Crutcher, July 17, 1990: US04941236 (176 worldwide citation)

A strap for holding a wristwatch has a pair of separable flexible strap ends adapted to curve around the wrist and to overlap one another to provide an overlapped section. At least one strap end of thermoplastic material has particles of permanently magnetizable material embedded in the thermoplasti ...

Tamao Morita: Engageable article using permanent magnet. Holman & Stern, June 12, 1984: US04453294 (169 worldwide citation)

A magnetic fastener using a permanent magnet. A first ferromagnetic plate and a permanent magnet attached thereto are mounted on a body of a handbag or the like, and a second ferromagnetic plate is mounted on a cover thereof so that the second ferromagnetic plate may be magnetically fastened to the ...

Fred Olsen: Wristwatch radiotelephone. Timex Corporation, William C Crutcher, July 11, 1989: US04847818 (122 worldwide citation)

An improved wristwatch, radiotelephone comprising a case having a timekeeping circuit a radio transceiver and a display disposed therein, a strap having a pair of strap ends connected to opposite ends of the case and adapted to be connected together for holding the case on a wearer's wrist, a microp ...

Peter L Carney: Watchband adaptor fitting for a wristwatch casing. Chisco, Julie K Morriss, November 8, 1994: US05363351 (107 worldwide citation)

An adaptor attachable to the watch casing of a watch is structured with attachment means for being secured to the watchband securement means of the watch casing, and is further structured with watchband retaining structure which allows attachment of a watchband by means different than is provided on ...

Kruger Stanley: Clasp for bracelets and the like. May 30, 1972: US3665565 (104 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 ...

Oswaldo Penuela, Fredrick R Berghaus: Memory chip holder and method of using same. Precision Dynamics Corporation, Thomas P Mahoney, February 27, 1996: US05493805 (101 worldwide citation)

A housing or holder for a memory chip button is useful as part of an identification bracelet assembly. The housing or holder preferably includes a body portion and a closure portion, such as an integral snap-type closure or sliding cover to overly the body portion and the button. The housing can be ...

Rieth Kurt A: End attachment for watch bands. Textron, July 11, 1972: US3675284 (101 worldwide citation)

An end attachment for watch bands which permits use of a watch band with wrist watches having different spacings between their attachment lugs. The attachment includes a generally tubular insert member which includes at least one outwardly biased, inherently resilient tab, at least one side of the t ...

C├ędric Kaltenrieder: Anti-rotation link. The Swatch Group Management Services, Oblon Spivak McClelland Maier & Neustadt L, December 10, 2013: US08601784 (98 worldwide citation)

Link for a wristwatch, characterized in that it comprises a central core connecting a lower wing and an upper wing.

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