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Mark L Pomeranz, R Saul Levinson: Shock absorbing devices using rheopexic fluid. Frishauf Holtz Goodman & Woodward, September 18, 1984: US04471538 (130 worldwide citation)

Shock absorbing devices utilize rheopexic fluid contained in a deformable sealed chamber which is subjected to external shock forces. Upon application of the shock forces to the deformable sealed chamber, the rheopexic fluid filled therein is exerted with shear stress which causes the rheopexic flui ...


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Yin jun Huang: Inflatable cushion device. Jacobson Price Holman & Stern, August 9, 1994: US05335382 (110 worldwide citation)

An inflatable air cushion has an integrally formed extension tube of zig-zag form with its free end attached to another cushion or to a pump assembly for inflating the cushion. By separating the limbs of the zig-zag tube, the cushions, or the cushion and pump assembly can be spaced apart at differen ...


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Wintz Donald E: Beverage container receptacle and clamp. Aladdin Manufacturing Company, May 22, 1973: US3734439 (91 worldwide citation)

A device for holding beverage containers, such as cans, bottles and glasses, in an upright position, mountable on an inclined tubular section such as a golf cart handle or a boat railing. A beverage container receptacle is detachably connected by clip means to angularly adjustable clamp means of the ...


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Fredric J Weber, Edmund R Burke: Cushion for absorbing shock, damping vibration and distributing pressure. Spenco Medical Corporation, July 19, 1994: US05330249 (83 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a cushion for absorbing energy to dampen vibration, distribute pressure and absorb shock. The cushion has a deformable polyurethane bladder which defines a chamber adapted to contain a fluid, such as air. A piece of viscoelastic material, such as a highly plasticized PVC gel, may ...


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Joshua H M Squire, Yuval Degani, David Blakeman: Unattended automated bicycle rental station. Vedder Price Kaufman & Kammholz, June 29, 1999: US05917407 (82 worldwide citation)

An unattended, automated bicycle rental system utilizes a bicycle rental station having a locking bicycle rack and a control tower. The bicycle rack has an inventory of rental bicycles of non standard size as inventory and the bicycles are locked in place on the rack in distinct bicycle-receiving ba ...


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Chip E R Meyers, Frederick W Schmidt, Mark Andersen: Multi-mode combination alarm and locking apparatus for bicycles, motorcycles and the like. Brio Corporation, Thomas I Rozsa, Tony D Chen, April 18, 1995: US05408212 (72 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a multi-mode combination alarm and locking apparatus for bicycles, motorcycles and the like. The case of the combination alarm and locking apparatus can be attached to a bicycle or the like by a hollow bracket which can detachably mounted to a tubular section of the bicycle ...


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Matthew S Boughton: Bottle mount and bottle for bicycles. Cannondale Corporation, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, August 24, 1982: US04345704 (72 worldwide citation)

A bottle mount and a bottle for bicycles comprises a mount for attachment to the bicycle having a concave surface that is a segment of a surface of revolution of a substantially straight line of not more than about 180 degrees in circumferential extent and a bottle having an external surface that is ...


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Curtis L Landi: Bicycle seat. Supracor Systems, Rosenblum Parish & Isaacs, April 20, 1993: US05203607 (70 worldwide citation)

An improved bicycle seat comprising a rigid shell supporting a foam layer having a pad of thermoplastic elastomer honeycomb either bonded thereto or embedded within said foam. A durable skin covers the shell, foam and padding layers. In an alternative embodiment, the foam, padding and covering skin ...


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Calvin D Flager: Bicycle seat. Henderson & Sturm, February 7, 1984: US04429915 (67 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to bicycle seats, particularly for racing or long-range touring. Rider comfort and fit to the bicycle is a problem of long standing. A seat assembly (13) provides an elevated region (11c) and a sloping area (11b), contacted by the rider's ischial tuberosities and pubic symphysi ...


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Sehati Sepe: Safety device for a vehicle. Sehati Sepe, February 21, 1996: GB2292450-A (65 worldwide citation)

A safety device for a road user comprising: a display panel bearing an array of energizable light generating sources such as LED's a controller adapted to provide for energy to be applied to the array, whether continuously or intermittently, either to the entire array or to discrete sources so that ...



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