Title:
Foldable rolling walker
United States Patent D310646
Inventors:
Rose, Eric P. (Canoga Park, CA)
Application Number:
D/141896
Publication Date:
09/18/1990
Filing Date:
01/11/1988
Assignee:
Guardian Products, Inc. (Arleta, CA)
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
D12/128
Field of Search:
D12/128, D12/130, 280/87.02W, 280/87.04R, 272/70.3, 297/5, 297/6, D34/17, 135/67
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US Patent References:
D293663Wheeled walkerJanuary, 1988ErfarthD12/130
D289507Wheeled walking frameApril, 1987DanielssonD12/130
D281771Folding wheeled walkerDecember, 1985WebbD12/130
4510956Walking aid, particularly for handicapped personsApril, 1985King135/67
4461471WalkerJuly, 1984Brastow135/67
4387891WalkerJune, 1983Knochel135/67
4342465Safety walkerAugust, 1982Stillings135/67
4341381Invalid walkerJuly, 1982Norberg135/67
4332378Ambulatory patient support standJune, 1982Pryor135/67
4289156Crutch attachmentSeptember, 1981Ulics135/66
4277100Ambulatory apparatusJuly, 1981Beougher135/67
4272071Walker apparatusJune, 1981Bolton135/67
4261804Selective removal of nickel-based alloys from ferrous-based metalsApril, 1981Mueller272/70.3
4254948Mechanized crutchMarch, 1981Jacobs297/5
4253678Invalid walkerMarch, 1981Leclerc297/6
4251105Mobility aidFebruary, 1981Barker297/6
4251044Oxygen walkerFebruary, 1981Olson135/67
4211426Weight relieving ambulatorJuly, 1980Motloch297/5
4211309Invalid walker with improved brake meansJuly, 1980Ruggiero297/5
4188966Walking support deviceFebruary, 1980Palmer135/67
4187869Orthopedic deviceFebruary, 1980Marchetti135/67
4164354Narrow frame wheelchairAugust, 1979Rodaway280/42
4159110Folding wheeled walkerJune, 1979Dodenhoff297/5
4094330WalkerJune, 1978Jong135/67
4086932Walking aidMay, 1978Richardson135/67
4046374Walking aidSeptember, 1977Breyley272/70.3
3999228Invalid lifting and walking deviceDecember, 1976Thomas297/5
3945389Foldable walkerMarch, 1976Smith135/45A
3872945Motorized walkerMarch, 1975Hickman297/5
3778052WALKER WITH ADJUSTABLE CRUTCH HEAD SUPPORTSDecember, 1973Andow et al.135/67
3398974Walker attachment for wheel chairAugust, 1968Edwards et al.297/5
3397883Motorized combined invalid walker and lift deviceAugust, 1968Kiehn297/5
3354893WalkerNovember, 1967Schmerl297/6
3350095Mobile walking aid with brake meansOctober, 1967Clasen297/6
3194577Combination baby walker and jumperJuly, 1965Berlin280/643
3098651Swingable walkersJuly, 1963Murcott272/70.3
2996070WalkerAugust, 1961Ries135/67
2960148Collapsible invalid walkersNovember, 1960Murcott135/67
2450051Baby carriage constructionSeptember, 1948Manning280/647
1917440Walking crutchJuly, 1933Finkbeiner et al.135/67
Other References:
The DMA Advertisment Discloses Lightweight, Foldable Push Chairs-Brochure 7/1988.
The Wheel-A-Walk.RTM. Advertisement Discloses a Rolling Walker with Adjustable Height Handles and Braking action-Advertisement 11/1988.
The Rollator Kombi Advertisement Discloses a Rolling Walker Having Adjustable Height Handles and Brakes-Brochure 6/1988.
The Uniscan Advertisement Discloses Rolling Walkers Which Fold and Provide Automatically-Locking Brake Action-Brochure 7/1988.
The Odatt Medical Products, Inc. Advertisement Discloses Rolling Walkers Having a Seat Which can be Raised and Lowered, RX Home Care, Nov. 1986.
The American Walker Walk-A-Cycles Advertisement Discloses Rolling Walkers Having Adjustable Handles and Brakes, RX Home Care 1987 Buyers Guide.
Primary Examiner:
Burke, Wallace R.
Assistant Examiner:
Chin, Kay H.
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Christie, Parker & Hale
Claims:
1. The ornamental design for a foldable rolling walker, as shown anddescribed.

Description:

FIG. 1 is a front perspective view of a foldable rolling walker showing my new design;

FIG. 2 is a side elevational view thereof, the opposite side view being a mirror image of that shown;

FIG. 3 is a front elevational view thereof;

FIG. 4 is a top plan view thereof;

FIG. 5 is a rear elevational view thereof;

FIG. 6 is a top plan view thereof in a folded condition;

FIG. 7 is a front elevational view of FIG. 6;

FIG. 8 is a side elevational view of FIG. 6;

FIG. 9 is a rear elevational view of FIG. 6.