Remote control for drones
Document Type and Number:
United States Patent D801893

Simoens, Edouard (Paris, FR)
Savoye, Guillaume (Paris, FR)
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(IPC1-7): 1214
Field of Search:
D14/496, D14/399-401, D14/412-418, D21/324-333
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Primary Examiner:
Pratt, Michael A.

1. The ornamental design for remote control for drones, shown and described.


1. Remote control for drones

2. Holder of a remote control for drones

Fig. 1.1 is a front view of a remote control for drones showing my new design;

Fig. 1.2 is a back view.

Fig. 1.3—is a left-side view

Fig. 1.4—is a right-side view.

Fig. 1.5—is a top view.

Fig. 1.6—is a bottom view.

Fig. 1.7 is a front, top, and right-side view.

Fig. 2.1 is a front view of a remote control for drones with a holder.

Fig. 2.2 is a back view.

Fig. 2.3 is a left-side view.

Fig. 2.4—is a right-side view.

Fig. 2.5 is a top view.

Fig. 2.6—is a bottom view.

Fig. 2.7 is a front and bottom view.

The broken lines represent an unclaimed holder and form no part of the claimed design.