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Andre Degonda, Thomas Wuthrich: Wheelchair for transporting or assisting the displacement of at least one user, particularly for handicapped person. Degonda Rehab, Davis and Bujold, October 12, 1999: US05964473 (145 worldwide citation)

The chair according to the invention comprises a chassis (60) with a support for the user, specifically a seat, a cab for a stroller, or handles for pushing the device. The chassis consists of two portions (61, 62) connected by an articulation (63) with a transverse axle. The first chassis portion ( ...


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Richard E Cone, Dennis M Turner: Foldable stroller. Cosco, Barnes & Thornburg, November 2, 1993: US05257799 (128 worldwide citation)

A foldable stroller is provided for transporting a child. The stroller has a seat unit including a rigid panel-like seat bottom and back joined together with a collapsible frame assembly. A control hub is provided to enable a user to release the back and then move the back with one hand from its nor ...


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Chia Ho Wang: Stroller. Fleit Jacobson Cohn Price Holman & Stern, October 15, 1991: US05056805 (93 worldwide citation)

A stroller comprises a wheeled carriage frame, a pair of hollow upwardly inclining rear frame supports mounted to the wheeled carriage frame, and a pair of hollow connecting pieces telescopically connected to the rear frame supports. A substantially U-shaped handle has a pair of arm portions rotatab ...


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Li chu Chen Huang: Stroller in combination with a safety seat assembly. Hedman Gibson & Costigan P C, October 14, 1997: US05676386 (89 worldwide citation)

A safety seat assembly is assembled with a stroller. The safety seat assembly includes a base member having two ears each formed on one end portion thereof and each having a notch laterally defined therein for receiving a bar of the armrest of the stroller therein. A retaining block is formed on the ...


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Robert E Haut, James A Sack: Collapsable stroller. Graco Children s Products, Pennie & Edmonds, October 3, 1995: US05454584 (80 worldwide citation)

A collapsable stroller for transporting a passenger includes a frame movable between a collapsed position and an operating position. The frame includes rotatably mounted wheels for providing the stroller with mobility. A passenger seat is provided for receiving the passenger. At least a portion of t ...


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Evelyn R Barnes: Multi-purpose baby wrap. Harry I Leon, Vivian L Steadman, September 14, 1993: US05243724 (80 worldwide citation)

A multi-purpose baby wrap which converts to a blanket, a bunting, a pad or a carrier sling. The wrap comprises two major parts: a full sized baby blanket and a large, detachable, bifurcated pocket. The pocket covers the lower half of the blanket and is sized to fit children from birth to about two y ...


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Anthony E Eichhorn: Stroller. Fisher Price, C Scott Talbot, Howrey & Simon, January 7, 1997: US05590896 (79 worldwide citation)

A three-wheeled collapsible stroller which can be used on terrain that is more bumpy or uneven than the smooth terrain suitable for a conventional small-wheeled stroller, but that is also more maneuverable than a conventional three-wheeled "jogging stroller." The stroller has a folding frame and aut ...


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Kenzo Kassai: Baby carriage. Kassai Kabushikikaisha, W G Fasse, D F Gould, March 4, 1980: US04191397 (78 worldwide citation)

The present baby stroller may be collapsed to assume an elongated substantially flat form. The stroller has a push member which can be pivoted to selectively assume a back fronting push position or a face fronting push position with respect to the baby sitting in the stroller or carriage.


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Edward M Johnson Jr: Coupling system for infant carrier to second support device. Kolcraft Enterprises, Marshall O Toole Gerstein Murray & Borun, June 30, 1998: US05772279 (76 worldwide citation)

A system for coupling an infant carrier to a second support device in which the infant carrier has coupling members extending from the side of the carrier, the coupling members forming mounting pockets. The support device, such as an infant car seat base or stroller, employs coupling posts adapted t ...


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Dennis Lockett, James T Hruby, John G Roth: Convertible stroller and trailer combination. HLR, Donald W Margolis, Edwin H Crabtree, December 31, 1991: US05076599 (76 worldwide citation)

A convertible combined stroller and trailer which can be changed from a stroller mode to a trailer mode and vice versa. When the vehicle is in either the stroller mode or trailer mode it includes a flexible seat for one or more passenger. When used in a stroller mode, rear wheels are attached to the ...