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Lee H Eckert, Julian Watt, Robert Kubicko, Richard J Carbone: Flashlight with flexible core. May 28, 1996: US05521803 (104 worldwide citation)

A flexible core for a hand-held device such as a flashlight includes a pair of conductive wires which electrically connect a source of power to a power using implement. A flexible spine surrounds the pair of conductive wires and includes a plurality of interconnected universally rotatable members. A ...


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Anthony Maglica: Miniature flashlight. MAG Instrument, Lyon & Lyon, April 14, 1987: US04658336 (104 worldwide citation)

A miniature flashlight comprising a barrel, tail cap, head assembly, and bulb holder providing interruptible contact to batteries within the barrel. The bulb holder comprises an insulated receptacle external to the barrel end engaging the head assembly, a second insulated receptacle within the barre ...


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Terry L Glatt: Illuminated safety helmet. Adduci Mastriani Schaumberg & Schill, October 18, 1994: US05357409 (102 worldwide citation)

An illuminated safety helmet including a protective core and a plurality of light emitting diodes (LEDs) disposed around the protective core. The LEDs are sequentially illuminated by control circuitry. A housing encloses the control circuitry and a power source for powering the control circuitry and ...


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Roger W Greene: Neck supported flashlight apparatus. Leon Gilden, December 7, 1993: US05268826 (102 worldwide citation)

A semi-annular band formed of shape-retentive material is arranged for positioning about an individual's neck, having its first end secured to a photo-cell and its second end mounting a flashlight member thereon, whereupon the photo-cell permits actuation of the flashlight member upon entering areas ...


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Anthony Maglica: Flashlight. Mag Instrument, Spensley Horn Jubas & Lubitz, July 2, 1985: US04527223 (102 worldwide citation)

An improved flashlight is disclosed which includes an improved mechanism for selectively varying the light beam intensity and area of illumination, an improved switch means, an improved light bulb and light bulb holder, and an improved manner of retaining dry cell batteries within said flashlight. T ...


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James A Cochran Jr: Sequential flashing device for personal ornamentation. Knobbe Martens Olson Hubbard & Bear, March 3, 1981: US04254451 (102 worldwide citation)

An electronic circuit comprised of several integrated circuits sequentially actuates a plurality of light-emitting diodes (LED's) located in an article such as eyeglass frames, which are carried or worn by a person. In one embodiment, an oscillator driven binary up-down counter drives first and seco ...


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Lorraine Cocca: Decorative hair ornament. Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, March 5, 1991: US04998186 (98 worldwide citation)

A decorative hair ornament is provided utilizing optic fibers attached to the means of fastening the ornament to the hair. A plurality of optic fibers are extended outwardly controlled by a light source including a battery and diode. Decorations such as gemstones, artificial flowers, and the like ar ...


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Robert D White, Donald P Weiss: Lighting device with dynamic bulb position. Union Carbide Corporation, Cornelius F O Brien, July 13, 1982: US04339788 (98 worldwide citation)

A portable, self-contained lighting device with improvements in bulb positioning, switching, and electrical contact wherein


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John G Rousso, Paul R Holbrook: Sleeve retention for flexible core of a flashlight. Black & Decker, Barry E Deutsch, May 14, 1996: US05517392 (97 worldwide citation)

A flashlight includes a flexible core comprising a pair of conductive wires which electrically connect a source of power to a power using implement. A flexible spine surrounds the pair of conductive wires and includes a plurality of interconnected universally rotatable members. A resilient sleeve en ...


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Gary A Lebens, Charles T Bourn, Charles A Lemaire: Method and apparatus for a pulsed L.E.D. illumination source. PPT Vision, Charles A Lemaire Lemaire Patent Law Firm P L L C, October 26, 2004: US06808287 (95 worldwide citation)

Improved method and apparatus for hand-held portable illumination. A flashlight and corresponding method are described. The flashlight includes a housing, a plurality of LEDs, and an electrical circuit that selectively applies power from the DC voltage source to the LED units, wherein the flashlight ...



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