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William M Hollowell: Adjustable emergency locking buckle anchor. American Safety Equipment Corporation, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, December 16, 1980: US04239260 (42 worldwide citation)

An adjustable emergency locking anchor is provided for mounting a safety restraint system buckle adjacent a seat occupant's hip during fore and aft adjustment of the seat. The adjustable emergency locking anchor includes a channeled floor anchor plate having one end secured to the vehicle floor and ...


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Patricia J Melia: Locking buckle. Molly D McKay, April 30, 1996: US05511289 (27 worldwide citation)

A buckle for use with t-shirts, hair or other similar flexible substrates. The buckle is comprised of a base portion having openings through which the tail of the t-shirt is inserted and a cover which removably locks onto the base, thereby securing the buckle to the t-shirt. The base is provided wit ...


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Artur Fohl: Inertially locking buckle for seat pretensioner. TRW Repa, Tarolli Sundheim & Covell, May 25, 1993: US05213365 (22 worldwide citation)

In a buckle for safety belt systems in vehicles which are provided with a belt pretensioner acting on the bucket an unintentional release of the insert tongue is prevented by a two-armed lever which is pivotally mounted on the loadbearing housing. On each actuation of the release button the lever is ...


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Sung H Cho: Inflatable air-belt for vehicle safety system. Keck Mahin & Cate, December 12, 1995: US05474326 (20 worldwide citation)

An inflatable air-belt comprises an air tube and a sheath surrounding the air tube. While the sheath has a flat strip shape when the air-belt is used as an usual flat belt, the air tube is inflated when a predetermined impact is applied to a sensor for the air-belt. The air tube may be folded toward ...


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Bill H Kim, Letitia C Lau: Hip protector. Bill H Kim, Audrey H Kim, Steven P Lau, Letina C Lau, Norman E Brunell, December 17, 1996: US05584072 (19 worldwide citation)

A hip protector using a matching pair of hip protector holsters interconnectable to form a waist encircling belt from which a pair of protective pad pockets are pivotally suspended over the patent's hips and secured in place by leg encircling straps. The hip protector is light weight and flexible fo ...


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Joseph Anscher: Dual locking buckle. Collard & Roe P C, September 5, 2006: US07100252 (18 worldwide citation)

A buckle has a male and a female portion. The female portion has a hollow body with two sidewalls, an open receiving end and a locking end with an opening formed from the side walls. The opening is wider in a central area than at its ends. The male portion has at least one locking arm with a free en ...


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Nardino Righi: Automatic release device for seat belts on motor-vehicles or the like. Eurafrica Videomatic S r l Societa per Ricerche Elettroniche ed Audiovisive, Larson and Taylor, June 16, 1992: US05121527 (18 worldwide citation)

An automatic release device for seat belts on motor-vehicles, or the like is designed to be disposed between the locking buckle (1) of the seat belt and the retaining catch (2) provided with an unlocking pushbutton (102) and secured to the frame of the vehicle. The device comprises a retaining mecha ...


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David A Crumrine: Extendable waistbelt system. January 27, 2004: US06681973 (11 worldwide citation)

A waistbelt for stabilizing a load, the load potentially carried within a backpack. The waistbelt may be worn around a user's waist and fastened together by a locking buckle. The waistbelt may be attached to a backpack, as part of a backpack system, by straps that are directly affixed to the wa ...


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Paul J Gerstenberger, Marcus Gerstenberger, James Rupp: Seat belt adjuster. Child Safe International, February 25, 1997: US05605380 (10 worldwide citation)

A seat belt adjuster is provided for holding the shoulder belt to the lap belt of an automotive seat belt at a fixed distance to create a compound angle of assent of the shoulder belt to prevent it from crossing the occupant's face or neck. The adjuster is an assembly of three components; a shoulder ...


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Barry J Austin, Patrick J Novak: Snap-locking buckle and method of making same. Capital Safety, IPLM Group P A, September 23, 2003: US06622350 (10 worldwide citation)

A buckle includes a first assembly and a second assembly which are selectively latched to one another. Each assembly includes a keeper and a latch secured between a pair of first and second outer plates. The two assemblies are identical in construction and configured to selectively interlock in a ma ...