Title:
Drinks container
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
This invention belongs to containers for liquid products and can be used as a package for drinks. At the present moment hermetical cans made in the form of cardboard (pasteboard) containers for drinks are widely spread. They are small (compact), and it is not difficult to transport them as they have no necks. But it is the lack of necks that makes them less convenient for usage in comparison with more traditional bottles. The suggested container for drinks consists of a stiff outer shell and an inner sheath, which are interconnected and have a common discharge opening with a cap.



Inventors:
Naljotov, Oleg (Brooklyn, NY, US)
Zuev, Alex (Brooklyn, NY, US)
Application Number:
10/233998
Publication Date:
07/08/2004
Filing Date:
12/02/2002
Assignee:
NALJOTOV OLEG
ZUEV ALEX
Primary Class:
International Classes:
B65D5/74; B65D8/04; B65D25/44; B65D47/06; (IPC1-7): B65D6/28
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Primary Examiner:
MEREK, JOSEPH C
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
OLEG NALJOTOV (BROOKLYN, NY, US)
Claims:
1. The container consists of a stiff outer shell and an inner sheath, which are interconnected and have a common discharge opening with a cap. Its peculiarity lies in the following: the inner sheath is designed as a turned inside sleeve which has the shape, for example, of a truncated cone, and is made of thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example). The outlet port of this container is stopped up by attaching to the cap.

2. With accordance to item 1 the container has a peculiarity: a handle is attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath. It can have the form of a small arc from a flexible strip.

3. With accordance to item 1 the container has a peculiarity: the cap can be a part of the outer stiff shell and made with the help of notching. It is necessary to attach an opening device to the cap—a rod or a stick, for example.

4. With accordance to item 1 the container has a peculiarity: the cap can be covered (closed) by a circular strap with concentric slots and supplied with an opening device in the form of a divided circle (limb) with teeth at the periphery. The teeth should correspond to the concentric slots.

5. With accordance to item 1 the container has a peculiarity: along the perimeter of the cap a flexible thread can be laid into the gap that the outlet port makes. The thread can be kapron and need to have the possibility to be pulled out.

6. The container consists of a stiff outer shell and an inner sheath, which are interconnected and have a common discharge opening with a cap. Its peculiarity lies in the following: the inner sheath is designed as a turned inside sleeve which has the shape, for example, of a truncated cone, and is made of thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example). The outlet port of this container is stopped up by a blocking agent, for example, stopper (cork).

7. With accordance to item 6 the container has a peculiarity: a handle is attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath. It can have the form of a small arc from a flexible strip.

8. With accordance to item 6 the container has a peculiarity: the cap can be a part of the outer stiff shell and made with the help of notching. It is necessary to attach an opening device to the cap—a rod or a stick, for example.

9. The container consists of a stiff outer shell and an inner sheath, which are interconnected and have a common discharge opening with a cap. Its peculiarity lies in the following: the inner sheath is designed as a turned inside sleeve which has the shape, for example, of a truncated cone, and is made of thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example). The outlet port of this container has a neck made of plastic, for example. This neck is supplied by a stopping agent—the second cap, for example.

10. With accordance to item 9 the container has a peculiarity: a handle is attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath. It can have the form of a small arc from a flexible strip.

11. With accordance to item 9 the container has a peculiarity: the cap can be a part of the outer stiff shell and made with the help of notching. It is necessary to attach an opening device to the cap—a rod or a stick, for example.

12. With accordance to item 9 the container has a peculiarity: along the perimeter of the cap a flexible thread can be laid into the gap that the outlet port makes. The thread can be capron and need to have the possibility to be pulled out.

13. With accordance to item 9 the container has a peculiarity: a handle is attached to the cap for the neck. It can have the form of a small arc from a flexible strip.

14. With accordance to item 9 the container has a peculiarity: the neck has the threading in order the cap can twist.

15. The container consists of a stiff outer shell and an inner sheath, which are interconnected and have a common discharge opening with a cap. Its peculiarity lies in the following: the inner sheath is designed as a turned inside sleeve which has the shape, for example, of a truncated cone, and is made of thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example). The outlet port of this container is stopped up by attaching to the cap. And a handle is attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath. It can have the form of a small arc from a flexible strip.

16. With accordance to item 15 the container has a peculiarity: the cap can be a part of the outer stiff shell and made with the help of notching. It is necessary to attach an opening device to the cap—a rod or a stick, for example.

17. With accordance to item 15 the container has a peculiarity: the cap is made of a thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example) and attached to the stiff outer shell by glue, for example.

18. With accordance to item 15 the container has a peculiarity: a capping with the other cap can be made over the first cap.

19. With accordance to item 15 the container has a peculiarity: the sleeve of the inner sheath is made of a thin sheet material with elastic (flexible) properties. For example, it can be made of latex and have the shape of a baby's nipple.

20. The container consists of a stiff outer shell and an inner sheath, which are interconnected and have a common discharge opening with a cap. Its peculiarity lies in the following: the inner sheath is designed as a turned inside sleeve which has the shape, for example, of a truncated cone, and is made of thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example). The outlet port of this container is stopped up by a blocking agent, for example, stopper (cork). A handle is attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath. It can have the form of a small arc from a flexible strip.

21. With accordance to item 20 the container has a peculiarity: the cap can be a part of the outer stiff shell and made with the help of notching. It is necessary to attach an opening device to the cap—a rod or a stick, for example.

22. With accordance to item 20 the container has a peculiarity: the cap is made of a thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example) and attached to the stiff outer shell by glue, for example.

23. With accordance to items 20, 22 the container has a peculiarity: a capping with the other cap can be made over the first cap.

24. The container consists of a stiff outer shell and an inner sheath, which are interconnected and have a common discharge opening with a cap. Its peculiarity lies in the following: the inner sheath is designed as a turned inside sleeve which has the shape, for example, of a truncated cone, and is made of thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example). The outlet port of this container has a neck made of plastic, for example. This neck is supplied by a stopping agent—the second cap, for example. A handle is attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath. It can have the form of a small arc from a flexible strip.

25. With accordance to item 24 the container has a peculiarity: the cap can be a part of the outer stiff shell and made with the help of notching. It is necessary to attach an opening device to the cap—a rod or a stick, for example.

26. With accordance to item 24 the container has a peculiarity: the cap is made of a thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example) and attached to the stiff outer shell by glue, for example.

27. With accordance to items 24, 26 the container has a peculiarity: a capping with the other cap can be made over the first cap.

28. With accordance to item 24 the container has a peculiarity: a handle is attached to the second cap for the neck. It can have the form of a small arc from a flexible strip.

29. With accordance to item 24 the container has a peculiarity: the neck has the threading in order the second cap can twist.

Description:
[0001] This invention belongs to containers for liquid products and can be used as package for drinks, mainly for sparkling ones.

[0002] At the present moment hermetical cans as containers for drinks are widely spread. They are small (compact), and it is not difficult to transport them as they have no necks. But it is the lack of necks that makes them less convenient for usage in comparison with more traditional bottles.

[0003] There is a known vessel for drinks (see patent USSR No 1443793 of MRIK B65D01/02, 1988). It consists of a stiff outer shell and an inner sheath. They are connected and have a common discharge opening with a cap.

[0004] This vessel has very narrow field of application—it is used only at orbital stations in the space.

[0005] The suggested container has no mentioned disadvantages. It consists of a stiff outer shell and an inner sheath, which are interconnected and have a common discharge opening with a cap. The inner sheath is designed as a turned inside sleeve which has the shape, for example, of a truncated cone, and is made of thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example). The outlet port of this container is stopped up by attaching to the cap.

[0006] A turned inside inner sheath, which has the shape of a sleeve with the outlet port attached to the cap, has the following form: laid up it has the look of a neck that is situated inside the stiff outer shell. Such a design makes this container convenient for storage and transportation, and mainly it is convenient for purpose usage, because when open the inner sheath comes out under excess pressure, and the container assumes the shape of a traditional bottle.

[0007] In order the neck can be pulled out of the container by hand, there is a handle attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath. This handle can be done as a small arc from a flexible strip. Further the arc can be moved away with the help of fingers.

[0008] The cap can be a part of the outer stiff shell and made with the help of notching. It is necessary to attach an opening device to the cap—a rod or a stick, for example.

[0009] The cap can be covered (closed) by a circular strap with concentric slots and supplied with an opening device in the form of a divided circle (limb) with teeth at the periphery. The teeth should correspond to the concentric slots.

[0010] Along the perimeter of the cap a flexible thread can be laid into the gap that the outlet port makes. The thread can be capron and need to have the possibility to be pulled out.

[0011] There is the other variant of a container for drinks with a stiff outer shell and an inner sheath, which are interconnected and have a common discharge opening with a cap. The inner sheath is designed as a turned inside sleeve which has the shape, for example, of a truncated cone, and is made of thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example). The outlet port of this container is stopped up by a blocking agent, for example, stopper (cork).

[0012] A turned inside inner sheath, which has the shape of a sleeve with the outlet port stopped up by a blocking agent, and if laid up, it has the look of a neck that is situated inside the stiff outer shell. Such a design makes this container convenient for storage and transportation, and mainly it is convenient for purpose usage, because when open the inner sheath comes out under excess pressure, and the container assumes the shape of a traditional bottle. And the presence of a blocking agent—a cork, for example—makes this container more convenient for different kinds of application.

[0013] In order the neck can be pulled out of the container by hand, there is a handle attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath. This handle can be done as a small arc from a flexible strip. Further the arc can be moved away with the help of fingers.

[0014] The cap can be a part of the outer stiff shell and made with the help of notching. It is necessary to attach an opening device to the cap—a rod or a stick, for example.

[0015] Here it is the third variant of drinks container with a stiff outer shell and an inner sheath, which are interconnected and have a common discharge opening with a cap. The inner sheath is designed as a turned inside sleeve which has the shape, for example, of a truncated cone, and is made of thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example). The outlet port of this container has a neck made of plastic, for example. This neck is supplied by a stopping agent—the second cap, for example.

[0016] A turned inside inner sheath, which has the shape of a sleeve with the outlet port stopped up by a blocking agent, and if laid up, it has the look of a neck that is situated inside the stiff outer shell. Such a design makes this container convenient for storage and transportation, and mainly it is convenient for purpose usage, because when open the inner sheath comes out under excess pressure, and the container assumes the shape of a traditional bottle. And the presence of the second neck with a blocking agent makes this container more convenient for different kinds of application.

[0017] In order the neck can be pulled out of the container by hand, there is a handle attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath. This handle can be done as a small arc from a flexible strip. Further the arc can be moved away with the help of fingers.

[0018] The cap can be a part of the outer stiff shell and made with the help of notching. It is necessary to attach an opening device to the cap—a rod or a stick, for example.

[0019] Along the perimeter of the cap a flexible thread can be laid into the gap that the outlet port makes. The thread can be capron and need to have the possibility to be pulled out.

[0020] In order the neck can be pulled out of the container by hand, there is a handle attached to the cap for the neck. This handle, for example, can be done as a small arc from a flexible strip.

[0021] The neck can be supplied by threading for the cap can twist.

[0022] FIGS. 1-3—the phases of opening the container are shown;

[0023] FIG. 4—the drawing shows closed and open containers;

[0024] FIGS. 5-7, 8-10, 11-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-18, 19-20, 21-22—you can see the phases of opening process: how should be opened the different variants of a container.

[0025] There is the other container variant which is shown at the following drawings:

[0026] FIGS. 23-25—the phases of opening the container are shown;

[0027] FIGS. 26-28, 29-30—you can see the phases of opening process: how should be opened the different variants of a container.

[0028] There is the third container variant which is shown at the following drawings:

[0029] FIGS. 31-32—the phases of opening the container are shown;

[0030] FIGS. 33-34, 35-36, 37-38—you can see the phases of opening process: how should be opened the different variants of a container.

[0031] Container (FIGS. 1-3, 4) has the stiff outer shell 1 and the inner sheath 2. The inner sheath is attached to the outer one, has the form of the turned inside sleeve and both of them have the common discharge opening with a cap 3. The outlet port of the inner sheath 2 is blocked by the way it is attached to the cap 3.

[0032] There is a handle attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath 2. This handle 4 can be done as a small arc from a flexible strip (FIGS. 5-7).

[0033] The cap 3 can be a part of the outer stiff shell 1 and made with the help of notching 5. It is necessary to attach an opening device 6 to the cap—a rod or a stick, for example (FIGS. 8-10, 11-12, 13-14).

[0034] The cap 3 can be covered (closed) by a circular strap 7 with concentric slots and supplied with an opening device 6 in the form of a divided circle (limb) with teeth at the periphery. The teeth should correspond to the concentric slots (FIGS. 15-16, 17-18).

[0035] Along the perimeter of the cap 3 a flexible thread 8 can be laid into the gap that the outlet port of the outer shell 1 makes. The thread 8 can be capron and need to have the possibility to be pulled out (FIGS. 19-20, 21-22).

[0036] There is the other variant (FIGS. 23-25) of a container for drinks with a stiff outer shell 1 and an inner sheath 2, which are interconnected and have a common discharge opening with a cap 3. The outlet port of the inner sheath 2 of this container is stopped up by a blocking agent, for example, stopper 9 (cork).

[0037] There is a handle attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath 2. This handle 4 can be done as a small arc from a flexible strip (FIGS. 26-28).

[0038] The cap 3 can be a part of the outer stiff shell 1 and made with the help of notching 5. It is necessary to attach an opening device 6 to the cap—a rod or a stick, for example (FIGS. 29-30).

[0039] Here it is the third variant (FIGS. 31-32) of drinks container with a stiff outer shell 1 and an inner sheath 2, which are interconnected and have a common discharge opening with a cap 3. The outlet port of the inner sheath 2 has a neck 10. This neck 10 is supplied by the second cap 11.

[0040] There is a handle attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath 2. This handle 4 can be done as a small arc from a flexible strip (FIGS. 33-34).

[0041] The cap 3 can be a part of the outer stiff shell 1 and made with the help of notching 5. It is necessary to attach an opening device 6 to the cap—a rod or a stick, for example (FIGS. 33-34).

[0042] The handle 4 (for example, it can be done as a small arc from the flexible strip) is attached to the cap 11 that is made for the neck 10 (FIGS. 35-36).

[0043] Along the perimeter of the cap 11 a flexible thread 8 can be laid into the gap that the outlet port of the outer shell 1 makes. The thread 8 can be capron and need to have the possibility to be pulled out (FIGS. 37-38).

[0044] The neck 10 can be supplied by threading for the cap 11 can twist (FIGS. 31-38).

[0045] Before to start drinking it is needed to open the cap 3 that is the part of the outer stiff shell 1 (FIGS. 1-3, 4). Under excess pressure of sparkling drink the inner sheath 2 comes out of the stiff outer shell 1 through the common discharge opening. Then the cap 3 that is attached to the outlet port of the inner sheath 2 is moved off and the container is opened.

[0046] If necessary the inner sheath 2 can be moved out with the help of hands. The handle 4—it is attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath 2—can be easily moved off with fingers (FIGS. 5-7).

[0047] The cap 3 that is the part of the stiff outer shell 1 (it is done by notching 5) can be opened with the opening device 6 (FIGS. 8-10, 11-12, 13-14).

[0048] The cap 3 that is covered by a circular strap 7 with concentric slots can be opened with an opening device 6—it should be turned till the teeth of the divided circle (limb) coincide with concentric slots of the circular strap 7 (FIGS. 15-16, 17-18).

[0049] The cap 3 (FIGS. 19-20, 21-22) can be opened if the thread 8 is pulled away.

[0050] The other variant: before to start drinking it is needed to open the cap 3 that is the part of the outer stiff shell 1 (FIGS. 23-25). Under excess pressure of sparkling drink the inner sheath 2 comes out of the stiff outer shell 1 through the common discharge opening. Then the cork 9 that is blocking the outlet port of the inner sheath 2 is moved off and the container is opened.

[0051] If necessary the inner sheath 2 can be moved out with the help of hands. The handle 4—it is attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath 2—can be easily moved off with fingers (FIGS. 26-28).

[0052] The cap 3 that is the part of the stiff outer shell 1 (it is done by notching 5) can be opened with the opening device 6 (FIGS. 29-30).

[0053] The third variant: before to start drinking it is needed to open the cap 3 that is the part of the outer stiff shell 1 (FIGS. 31-32). Under excess pressure of sparkling drink the inner sheath 2 comes out of the stiff outer shell 1 through the common discharge opening. Then the second cap 11 that supplies the neck 10 is moved off and the container is opened.

[0054] If necessary the inner sheath 2 can be moved out with the help of hands. The handle 4—it is attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath 2—can be easily moved off with fingers (FIGS. 33-34).

[0055] The cap 3 that is the part of the stiff outer shell 1 (it is done by notching 5) can be opened with the opening device 6 (FIGS. 33-34).

[0056] If necessary the inner sheath 2 can be moved out with the help of hands and the handle 4 that is attached to the cap 11 (FIGS. 35-36).

[0057] The second cap 11 (FIGS. 37-38) can be opened if the thread 8 is pulled away.

[0058] If the neck 10 is supplied with the threading, the cap 11 can be easily unscrewed (FIGS. 31-38).

[0059] This container has a peculiarity—its neck can transform. As a result the container combines small size with convenience—it is easy to use it when you are thirsty. And another great advantage: the neck is kept sterile till the moment you open the container.

[0060] The other variants for containers for liquid products and can be used as package for drinks.

[0061] At the present moment cardboard wrapper as containers for liquid products are widely spread. They are small (compact), and it is not difficult to transport them as they have no necks. But it is the lack of necks that makes them less convenient for usage in comparison with more traditional bottles.

[0062] There is a known vessel for drinks (see patent USSR No 1443793 of MIIK B65D01/02, 1988). It consists of a stiff outer shell and an inner sheath. They are connected and have a common discharge opening with a cap.

[0063] This vessel has very narrow field of application—it is used only at orbital stations in the space.

[0064] The suggested container has no mentioned disadvantages. It consists of a stiff outer shell and an inner sheath, which are interconnected and have a common discharge opening with a cap. The inner sheath is designed as a turned inside sleeve which has the shape, for example, of a truncated cone, and is made of thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example). The outlet port of this container is stopped up by attaching to the cap. There is a handle attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath. This handle can be done as a small arc from a flexible strip.

[0065] A turned inside inner sheath, which has the shape of a sleeve with the outlet port attached to the cap, has the following form: laid up it has the look of a neck that is situated inside the stiff outer shell. Such a design makes this container convenient for storage and transportation, and mainly it is convenient for purpose usage. Attached to the base of the inner sheath outlet port handle allows pulling out the inner sheath, and the container assumes the shape of a traditional bottle.

[0066] The cap can be a part of the outer stiff shell and made with the help of notching. It is necessary to attach an opening device to the cap—a rod or a stick, for example.

[0067] The cap can be made of a thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example) and attached to the stiff outer shell by glue.

[0068] Additionally a capping with the other cap can be made over the first cap.

[0069] The sleeve of the inner sheath is made of a thin sheet material with elastic (flexible) properties. For example, it can be made of latex and have the shape of a baby's nipple.

[0070] There is the other variant of a container for drinks with a stiff outer shell and an inner sheath, which are interconnected and have a common discharge opening with a cap. The inner sheath is designed as a turned inside sleeve which has the shape, for example, of a truncated cone, and is made of thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example). The outlet port of this container is stopped up by a blocking agent, for example, a stopper (cork). There is a handle attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath. This handle can be done as a small arc from a flexible strip.

[0071] A turned inside inner sheath, which has the shape of a sleeve with the outlet port stopped up by a blocking agent, and if laid up, it has the look of a neck that is situated inside the stiff outer shell. Such a design makes this container convenient for storage and transportation, and mainly it is convenient for purpose usage. And the presence of a blocking agent—a cork, for example—makes this container more convenient for different kinds of application. Attached to the base of the inner sheath outlet port handle allows pulling out the inner sheath, and the container assumes the shape of a traditional bottle.

[0072] The cap can be a part of the outer stiff shell and made with the help of notching. It is necessary to attach an opening device to the cap—a rod or a stick, for example.

[0073] The cap can be made of a thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example) and attached to the stiff outer shell by glue.

[0074] Additionally a capping with the other cap can be made over the first cap.

[0075] There is the third variant of a container for drinks with a stiff outer shell and an inner sheath, which are interconnected and have a common discharge opening with a cap. The inner sheath is designed as a turned inside sleeve which has the shape, for example, of a truncated cone, and is made of thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example). The outlet port of this container has a neck (for example, a plastic one) that is stopped up by a blocking agent, for example, the second cap. There is a handle attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath. This handle can be done as a small arc from a flexible strip.

[0076] A turned inside inner sheath, which has the shape of a sleeve with the outlet port stopped up by a blocking agent, and if laid up, it has the look of a neck that is situated inside the stiff outer shell. Such a design makes this container convenient for storage and transportation, and mainly it is convenient for purpose usage. And the presence of a neck with a blocking agent—the second cap, for example —makes this container more convenient for different kinds of application. Attached to the base of the inner sheath outlet port handle allows pulling out the inner sheath, and the container assumes the shape of a traditional bottle.

[0077] The cap can be a part of the outer stiff shell and made with the help of notching. It is necessary to attach an opening device to the cap—a rod or a stick, for example.

[0078] The cap can be made of a thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example) and attached to the stiff outer shell by glue.

[0079] Additionally a capping with the other cap can be made over the first cap.

[0080] In order the neck can be pulled out of the container by hand, there is a handle attached to the cap for the neck. This handle can be done as a small arc from a flexible strip.

[0081] The neck can be supplied by a threading for the cap can twist.

[0082] FIGS. 39-41—the phases of opening the container are shown; FIG. 47—the drawing shows closed and open containers; FIGS. 42-44, 45-46, 48-49, 50-52, 53-55—you can see the phases of opening process: how should be opened the different variants of a container.

[0083] There is the other container variant which is shown at the following drawings: FIGS. 56-58—the phases of opening the container are shown; FIGS. 59-60, 61-62, 63-64—you can see the phases of opening process: how should be opened the different variants of a container.

[0084] There is the third container variant which is shown at the following drawings: FIGS. 65-66—the phases of opening the container are shown; FIGS. 67-68, 69-70, 71-72, 73-74—you can see the phases of opening process: how should be opened the different variants of a container.

[0085] Container (FIGS. 39-41) has the stiff outer shell 1 and the inner sheath 2. The inner sheath is attached to the outer one, has the form of the turned inside sleeve and both of them have the common discharge opening with a cap 3. The outlet port of the inner sheath 2 is blocked by the way it is attached to the cap 3. There is a handle attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath 2. This handle 4 can be done as a small arc from a flexible strip.

[0086] The cap 3 can be a part of the outer stiff shell 1 and made with the help of notching 5. It is necessary to attach an opening device 6 to the cap—a rod or a stick, for example (FIGS. 42-44).

[0087] The cap 3 can be made of a thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example) and attached to the stiff outer shell 1 by glue (FIGS. 45-46, 47).

[0088] Additionally a capping 7 with the other cap 8 can be made over the first cap 3 (FIGS. 48-49).

[0089] The sleeve of the inner sheath 2 is made of a thin sheet material with elastic (flexible) properties. For example, it can be made of latex and have the shape of a baby's nipple (FIGS. 50-52, 53-55).

[0090] There is the other variant (FIGS. 56-58) of a container for drinks with a stiff outer shell 1 and an inner sheath 2, which are interconnected and have a common discharge opening with a cap 3. The inner sheath is designed as a turned inside sleeve. The outlet port of the inner sheath 2 is stopped up by a blocking agent, for example, a stopper 9 (cork). There is a handle 4 attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath. This handle 4 can be done as a small arc from a flexible strip.

[0091] The cap 3 can be a part of the outer stiff shell 1 and made with the help of notching 5. It is necessary to attach an opening device 6 to the cap—a rod or a stick, for example (FIGS. 59-60).

[0092] The cap 3 can be made of a thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example) and attached to the stiff outer shell 1 by glue (FIGS. 61-62).

[0093] Additionally a capping 7 with the other cap 8 can be made over the first cap 3 (FIGS. 63-64).

[0094] Here it is the third variant (FIGS. 65-66) of drinks container with a stiff outer shell 1 and an inner sheath 2, which are interconnected and have a common discharge opening with a cap 3. The outlet port of the inner sheath 2 has a neck 10. This neck 10 is supplied by a blocking agent, for example, the second cap 11. There is a handle attached to the base of the outlet port of the inner sheath 2. This handle 4 can be done as a small arc from a flexible strip.

[0095] The cap 3 can be a part of the outer stiff shell 1 and made with the help of notching 5. It is necessary to attach an opening device 6 to the cap—a rod or a stick, for example (FIGS. 67-68).

[0096] The cap 3 can be made of a thin sheet material (of foil-clad carton, for example) and attached to the stiff outer shell 1 by glue (FIGS. 69-70).

[0097] Additionally a capping 7 with the other cap 8 can be made over the first cap 3 (FIGS. 71-72).

[0098] The handle 4 (for example, it can be done as a small arc from the flexible strip) is attached to the cap 11 that is made for the neck 10 (FIGS. 73-74).

[0099] The neck 10 can be supplied by threading for the cap 11 can twist (FIGS. 65-74).

[0100] Before to start drinking it is needed to open the cap 3 that is the part of the outer stiff shell 1 (FIGS. 39-41). With the help of hands and the attached to the base of the outlet port handle 4 the inner sheath 2 is pulled out of the stiff outer shell 1 through the common discharge opening. The handle 4 is moved away by fingers. Then the cap 3 that is attached to the outlet port of the inner sheath 2 is moved off and the container is opened.

[0101] The cap 3 that is the part of the stiff outer shell 1 (it is done by notching 5) can be opened with the opening device 6 (FIGS. 42-44, 50-52).

[0102] Attached to the outer shell 1 with glue, for example, the cap 3 is moved off with fingers (FIGS. 45-46, 47, 53-55).

[0103] The cap 3 is supplied by the capping 7 with the other cap 8 in order it could not be damaged mechanically. The cap 3 is opened after the cap 8 (FIGS. 48-49).

[0104] The other variant: before to start drinking it is needed to open the cap 3 that is the part of the outer stiff shell 1 (FIGS. 56-58). With the help of hands and the attached to the base of the outlet port handle 4 the inner sheath 2 is pulled out of the stiff outer shell 1 through the common discharge opening. The handle 4 is moved away by fingers. Then the cork 9 that is blocking the outlet port of the inner sheath 2 is moved off and the container is opened.

[0105] The cap 3 that is the part of the stiff outer shell 1 (it is done by notching 5) can be opened with the opening device 6 (FIGS. 59-60).

[0106] Attached to the outer shell 1 with glue, for example, the cap 3 is moved off with fingers (FIGS. 61-62).

[0107] The cap 3 is supplied by the capping 7 with the other cap 8 in order it could not be damaged mechanically. The cap 3 is opened after the cap 8 (FIGS. 63-64).

[0108] The third variant: before to start drinking it is needed to open the cap 3 that is the part of the outer stiff shell 1 (FIGS. 65-66). With the help of hands and the attached to the base of the outlet port handle 4 the inner sheath 2 is pulled out of the stiff outer shell 1 through the common discharge opening. The handle 4 is moved away by fingers. Then the second cap 11 that supplies the neck 10 is moved off and the container is opened. The neck 10 is designed as a capping for inner sheath 2.

[0109] The cap 3 that is the part of the stiff outer shell 1 (it is done by notching 5) can be opened with the opening device 6 (FIGS. 67-68).

[0110] Attached to the outer shell 1 with glue, for example, the cap 3 is moved off with fingers (FIGS. 69-70).

[0111] The cap 3 is supplied by the capping 7 with the other cap 8 in order it could not be damaged mechanically. The cap 3 is opened after the cap 8 (FIGS. 71-72).

[0112] If necessary the inner sheath 2 can be moved out with the help of hands and the handle 4 that is attached to the cap 11 (FIGS. 73-74).

[0113] If the neck 10 is supplied with the threading, the cap 11 can be easily unscrewed (patterns 65-74).

[0114] This container has a peculiarity—its neck can transform. As a result the container combines small size with convenience—it is easy to use it when you are thirsty. And another great advantage: the neck is kept sterile till the moment you open the container.