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Mark Boylan: Earphone cord take-up device. Michael I Kroll, July 17, 1990: US04942617 (86 worldwide citation)

An earphone cord take-up device is provided and consists of a hollow casing worn on a belt in which an earphone cord that is electrically connected within the casing to a jack cord can be extended therefrom when needed. Within the casing are stop rests for the earphones when the earphones are in the ...


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Kevin L Dorn: Electric cord take-up device. Foley Lardner Schwartz Jeffery Schwaab Mack Blumenthal & Evans, July 31, 1990: US04944694 (30 worldwide citation)

An electric wire take up device or container is which the wires each enter the container through a series of cut-outs in one of its sides. Upstanding pegs on the base of the container serve as wire wrapping posts for each wire. With a sufficient number of pegs, numerous wrapping patterns are availab ...


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Edwin R Peterson, Edwin L Wheeler: Dual reel cord take-up device. Frank J Dykas, Craig M Korfanta, Ken J Pedersen, May 19, 1992: US05114091 (23 worldwide citation)

A dual take-up reel device (10) is disclosed which includes a dual reel spool assembly (27) having a pair of winding hubs (29) axially secured together and separated by a main spool disc (28). An arcuate cord slot (31) is provided in main spool disc (28) for centrally attaching a flat tape cord (11) ...


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Edwin R Peterson, Edwin L Wheeler: Uni-directional cord take-up device. Preco New Products, Frank J Dykas, August 25, 1998: US05797558 (18 worldwide citation)

The invention is a dual reel cord take-up device for flat wire cable which has a generally semi-cylindrical upper and lower case half which snap together over a dual-purpose shaft to make two compartments. The first compartment is a cord extension and take-up compartment which is divided in two by a ...


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Edwin L Wheeler, Edwin R Peterson: Cord take-up device. Preco New Products, Frank J Dykas, Craig M Korfanta, Ken J Pedersen, July 27, 1993: US05230481 (17 worldwide citation)

The invention is a dual reel cord take-up device for flat wire cable which has a generally semi-cylindrical upper and lower case half which snap together over a dual-purpose shaft to make two compartments. The first compartment is a cord take-up compartment which is divided in two by a slotted rib o ...


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Tomohiro Ito: Headphone with cord take-up device. Sony Corporation, Oblon Spivak McClelland Maier & Neustadt P C, February 17, 2009: US07492917 (17 worldwide citation)

In a headphone, accidental winding and retracting is prevented from occurring without requiring complicated operations. The headphone includes housings incorporating an electro-acoustic transducer element, an input cord, one end of which is connected to the electro-acoustic transducer element. A tak ...


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Edwin R Peterson, Edwin L Wheeler: Uni-directional cord take-up device. Frank J Dykas, August 12, 1997: US05655726 (7 worldwide citation)

The invention is a dual reel cord take-up device for flat wire cable which has a generally semi-cylindrical upper and lower case half which snap together over a dual-purpose shaft to make two compartments. The first compartment is a cord take-up compartment which is divided in two by a slotted disk ...


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Tomohiro Ito: Headphone with cord reel. Sony Corporation, Oblon Spivak McClelland Maier & Neustadt L, November 10, 2009: US07614578 (3 worldwide citation)

A headphone with a cord take-up device is provided, which is put into practice relatively easily and which prevents a harsh clicking sound from arising when an input cord is pulled out of a headphone housing. The headphone with a cord take-up device includes: an input cord; take-up means provided in ...


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Chia Fu Liu: Power adapter and the power cord take-up device thereof. Delta Electronics, Niro Scavone Haller & Niro, August 12, 2003: US06604960 (2 worldwide citation)

A power adapter is disclosed. The power adapter comprises a housing having an AC inlet, a circuit board installed in the housing and connected with the AC inlet for converting AC to DC, a power cord with one end thereof connected with the circuit board, and a power cord take-up device having a botto ...


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Ito Tomohiro: Headphones with cord take-up device. Sony, November 10, 2005: JP2005-318112 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To prevent a cord from carelessly being taken up without requiring any complicated operation in a head phone with cord take-up device.SOLUTION: Headphones have housings 1 and 2 which house an electroacoustic transducing element 3, the input cord 9 which has one end connected to ...