Title:
Mobil bag / safe bag
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
In order to achieve an optimal solution for the appropriate situations, the carrying possibility/bag must be fastened to a undisturbing body part/place, so that the valuable electronic devices can always be carried forward securely and comfortable. I concider here two body parts/places as carryage possibility (FIG. 5): Under or upper arm, and/or wrist Unterbein or calf and/or foot joint A appropriate bag/a carrying possibility that encloses one of these two body parts and sits firmly.



Inventors:
Avazpour, Ardeshir (Darmstadt, DE)
Avazpour, Gahangir (Germantown, MD, US)
Application Number:
10/382319
Publication Date:
09/09/2004
Filing Date:
03/05/2003
Assignee:
AVAZPOUR ARDESHIR
AVAZPOUR GAHANGIR
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
224/222
International Classes:
A45F3/00; A45F5/02; (IPC1-7): A45C1/00; A45F3/14; A45C13/30
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Primary Examiner:
PASCUA, JES F
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
GAHANGIR AVAZPOUR (Gaithersburg, MD, US)
Claims:
1. Bag/holder is characterized by the fact that the above specified electronic devices (and valuable units) can be fastened to both upper arm/lower arm (wrist) and/or the calf (foot joint) Version 1 (FIG. 1) is characterized by the fact that: Bag/holder is equiped with a flexible material which encloses Upper arm/lower arm (wrist) and/or the calf (foot joint). Version 2 (FIG. 2) is characterized by the fact that: Bag/holder is equiped with velcro-fastening or another re-lockable mechanism, which encloses the Upper arm/lower arm (wrist) and/or the calf (foot joint). Version 3 (FIG. 3) is characterized by the fact that: At a particularly manufactured sock is provided a pocket (above the foot joint) to hold/carry the above specified electronic devices and valuable units. the pocket is integrated at the top of a sock (e.g. at the cuff/foot joint) Version 4 (FIG. 4) is characterized by the fact that: Bag/holder is attached to an(or several) flexibl grab arms and can enclose the arms (wrist) or the calf (foot joint) and sit firmly

Description:
[0001] In our digital age there are ever more small multi-functional electronic devices (Mobile telephone, Organizer, audio units, MP3-Player, digital cameras . . . ), This must be carried forward in the everyday life.

[0002] All these devices are essentially (concerning the price), and content-wise very valuable.

[0003] There are often situations like:

[0004] Meetings

[0005] Restaurants

[0006] Discotheques/Parties

[0007] Or simply due to minimum clothing,

[0008] That these devices cannot be carried forward because it does not fit in conventional clothing pockets. In many of these cases, our valuables remain either at home or lying unsupervised on a table!

[0009] In these cases, the danger to loose always exists

[0010] Both the material and the content-wise loss,

[0011] This can often be irreplaceable/irrevocable.

DESCRIPTION OF THE RELATED ART,

CONVENTIONAL SOLUTIONS AND THEIR DISADVANTAGES

[0012] 1-Bags to be Hung Around the Neck

[0013] Disadvantages

[0014] is not always an aesthetic solution,

[0015] vibration alarm not always noticeable

[0016] 2-Belt Bags (Bags to be Fastened to the Trousers Belt)

[0017] Disadvantages

[0018] not every kind of clothing have a belt,

[0019] unpleasant when sitted,

[0020] possible damages by lateral impacts,

[0021] vibration alarm not always noticeable

[0022] 3-integrated Special Bags for Mobile Telephones at Back Bags or Similar Suit-cases and Carrying Bags

[0023] Disadvantages

[0024] one does not have these bags everywhere with,

[0025] Vibration alarm not noticeable

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

[0026] Appliance/mechanism to the Attachment and Carrying Possibilities:

[0027] FIG. 1

[0028] Bag/holder is attached to a flexible material that encloses Upper arm/lower arm (wrist) and/or the calf (foot joint).

[0029] FIG. 2

[0030] Bag/holder with velcro-fastening or another re-lockable mechanism, which encloses the upper/lower arm (wrist) and/or the calf (foot joint).

[0031] FIG. 3

[0032] At a particularly manufactured sock is provided a pocket (above the foot joint) to hold/carry for the above specified electronic devices and valuable units. the pocket is integrated at the top of a sock (e.g. at the cuff/foot joint)

[0033] FIG. 4

[0034] Bag/holder is attached to an(or several) flexibl grab arms and can enclose the arms (wrist) or. the calf (foot joint) and sit firmly