Cellular telephone cradle with battery eliminator/charger
United States Patent D339809

Ron, Gil (Miami, FL)
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Advancetec Industries, Inc. (Miami, FL)
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
D13/108, D14/240
Field of Search:
D13/103, D13/106, D13/107, D13/108, D14/138, D14/140, D14/142, D14/240, D14/251-253, D14/150, D14/151, 379/58-60, 379/446, 379/454, 379/419, 379/420, 379/434, 379/436, 379/433, 379/440
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US Patent References:
D332785Portable telephoneJanuary, 1993Nagele et al.D14/138
D329040Battery pack for a portable radio telephoneSeptember, 1992Seki et al.D13/103
D315161Adaptor for a portable radio telephoneMarch, 1991WatanabeD14/138
4974250Adapter for mounting a portable telephone on a vehicleNovember, 1990Tomiyori379/58
D309307Pedestal for a mobile telephone or similar articleJuly, 1990SigordsonD14/138
4903325Portable wireless communication apparatusFebruary, 1990Yoshitake et al.455/89
4850006Booster and charger unit used for hand-held portable telephone and having overheat protection circuitJuly, 1989Sasaki et al.379/58
4829224Battery pack for cellular telephoneMay, 1989Gandelman et al.320/2
D296694Portable radio telephoneJuly, 1988WatanabeD14/138
D295739Battery pack for a portable defibrillatorMay, 1988Lanci et al.D13/103
4709201Portable radio battery pack with on-off switchNovember, 1987Schaefer et al.320/2
D285439Power source converter and handset attachment for vehicular radio telephone, or similar articleSeptember, 1986NageleD14/138
D269873Portable radio telephone or similar articleJuly, 1983Nagele et al.D14/138

Other References:
Motorola ad., charger cradle at right on pg.
Primary Examiner:
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
HAUPTMAN HAM, LLP (2318 Mill Road Suite 1400, Alexandria, VA, 22314, US)
1. The ornamental design for a cellular telephone cradle with batteryeliminator/charger, as shown and described.


FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a cellular telephone cradle with battery eliminator/charger showing my new design;

FIG. 2 is a side view;

FIG. 3 is a front view;

FIG. 4 is a back view;

FIG. 5 is a top view;

FIG. 6 is a bottom view; and,

FIG. 7 is a perspective view of the front, corner, sides, inside bottom and inside back thereof.

The broken line matter shown throughout the views is for illustrative purposes only.