Title:
Shock-proof billiard cue bag
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
A shock-proof billiard cue bag, for holding the billiard cue and preventing the billiard cue from damage. The invention includes a bag with at least one separation, so as to divide an interior space of the bag into at least two holding spaces. A buffering device is located at a bottom end of each of the holding spaces, respectively. The buffering device is provided with a seat, an elastic member located above the seat, and a stop piece at a top end of the elastic member. When a billiard cue is emplaced in the holding space, a bottom end of the billiard cue is supported by the stop piece of buffering device. When the bag is accidentally impacted on a ground, an upward impacting force incurred can be offset by a counterforce of a compression-resistant spring, thereby protecting the billiard cue from damage.



Inventors:
Lin, Yu-hung (Ban-Ciao City, TW)
Application Number:
11/165059
Publication Date:
12/28/2006
Filing Date:
06/24/2005
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
206/443, 206/521
International Classes:
B65D85/20; B65D81/02
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Primary Examiner:
LALLI, MELISSA LYNN
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Yu-Hung LIN (Taipei, TW)
Claims:
What is claimed is:

1. A shock-proof billiard cue bag for holding a billiard cue and preventing the billiard cue from damage, including a bag in a shape of long body which is provided with at least one separation part installed longitudinally between two side walls of the bag, so as to divide an interior space of the bag into at least two holding spaces; a buffering device located at a bottom part of bag in each of the aforementioned holding space, respectively, which is provided with a seat, an elastic member above the seat, and a stop piece at a top end of the elastic member.

2. The shock-proof billiard cue bag according to claim 1, wherein the elastic member is a compression-resistant spring.

3. The shock-proof billiard cue bag according to claim 1, wherein the stop piece can have a little elasticity.

4. The shock-proof billiard cue bag according to claim 3, wherein the stop piece can be made of a foaming material.

5. The shock-proof billiard cue bag according to claim 1, wherein a holding groove can be located on the stop piece.

6. The shock-proof billiard cue bag according to claim 5, wherein the holding groove is roughly in a concaved shape.

7. The shock-proof billiard cue bag according to claim 1, wherein the bag is made of a soft material.

8. The shock-proof billiard cue bag according to claim 7, wherein the bag can be made of non-woven fabric.

9. The shock-proof billiard cue bag according to claim 1, wherein the separation part can be tightly sealed with the two walls of bag.

10. The shock-proof billiard cue bag according to claim 1, wherein the separation part is made of a soft material.

11. The shock-proof billiard cue bag according to claim 10, wherein the separation part can be made of non-woven fabric.

Description:

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

(a) Field of the Invention

The present invention relates to a shock-proof billiard cue bag, and more particularly to a billiard cue bag which can be used to protect the billiard cue collected in the bag, such that the billiard cue will not be damaged by accidentally impacting the bag on a ground.

(b) Description of the Prior Art

It is well known that a ball game such as the billiard is said to be a best leisure and activity for modern people, which not only can be used to train a strong body and activate a physiological function, but also can stir infinite intelligence and creation by a competition process of the exercise.

In order to have a player to perform well during a competition, a high technology and ergonomics are often combined in a new generation of billiard cue, so as to enable the player to develop a maximum potential in the competition. However, this kind of billiard cur requires a high precision, and is usually very expensive; therefore, if it is damaged from impact, not only the original precision is lost, which causes the billiard cue to be unusable, but also a lot of money will be wasted.

Most of the billiard cue bags on the existing market are made of a soft material; therefore, it is often easiest to cause damage to the billiard cue if the billiard cue bag is put on a ground too heavily, or is accidentally impacted on the ground.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

The primary object of the present invention is to provide a shock-proof billiard cue bag which can be used to protect the billiard cue collected in the bag from damage by an impact of a bottom of the bag, thereby extending a lifetime of usage of the billiard cue.

In order to achieve the aforementioned object, the present invention comprises a bag in a shape of long body, wherein at least one separation part is installed longitudinally between two side walls of the bag, so as to divide the bag into at least two holding spaces. A buffering device is located at a bottom of each aforementioned holding space. The buffering device is provided with a seat above which is an elastic member. A stop piece is also located at a top end of the elastic member.

To enable a further understanding of the said objectives and the technological methods of the invention herein, the brief description of the drawings below is followed by the detailed description of the preferred embodiments.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

FIG. 1 shows a perspective view of the present invention.

FIG. 2 shows a perspective view of compartments of the present invention.

FIG. 3 shows a cutaway view of the present invention.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS

Referring to FIG. 1, the present invention comprises a bag 1, a long body made of non-woven fabric, which is provided with a bottom part 11. A separation part 2 made of non-woven fabric is installed longitudinally between two side walls of the bag 1, in order to divide an interior space of the bag 1 into two holding spaces 12. The separation part 2 is tightly sealed with the two side walls of the bag 1.

A buffering device 3 is located at the bottom part 11 of bag 1 in the aforementioned two holding spaces 12, respectively. The buffering device 3 is provided with a seat 31, and an elastic member 32 above the seat 31. The elastic member 32 is a compression-resistant spring whose top end is provided with a stop piece 33 made of a foaming material. Moreover, a holding groove 331 roughly in a concaved shape is located on the stop piece 33.

Accordingly, upon using the present invention, a billiard cue is separated into two sections and each section is emplaced into one holding space 12 of the bag 1, respectively. When the billiard cue is emplaced into the holding space 12 of the bag 1, a bottom of the billiard cue is supported by the stop piece 33 of the buffering device 3. If the bottom part 11 of the bag 1 is accidentally impacted on a ground, an upward impacting force incurred can be offset by a counterforce of the compression-resistant spring, thereby protecting the billiard cue from damage by impacting the bottom part 11 of bag 1 on the ground.

According to the aforementioned implementation, it can be shown that the present invention is provided with a function of preventing the billiard cue from damage by impacting the bottom part 11 of bag 1, thereby extending a lifetime of usage of the billiard cue.

It is of course to be understood that the embodiments described herein is merely illustrative of the principles of the invention and that a wide variety of modifications thereto may be effected by persons skilled in the art without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention as set forth in the following claims.