Title:
Keyboard gloves
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
The present invention relates to a device for keyboarding and more particularly to glove(s) for keyboarding and data entry. Keyboards are used extensively by both non-professional and professional people. The keyboard glove(s) will provide relief from the tension of the tendons in the fingers, palms, wrists and arms, and will also assist people who have arthritic fingers or other medical conditions that hinder their ability to keyboard. The keyboard gloves invention includes finger posts to allow accurate contact to the keys without strain. The resting pad allows the user to experience comfort during keying. The keyboard gloves are made with various self-breathing, various self-adjusting material and adjusting strap to allow the user a high level of comfort while using the gloves. The keyboard gloves allow the user to experience keyboarding in comfort.



Inventors:
Zawadzki, Antoni (Buffalo, NY, US)
Mercuri, Theresa (Depew, NY, US)
Application Number:
11/894002
Publication Date:
02/26/2009
Filing Date:
08/20/2007
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
2/163, 2/167, 2/162
International Classes:
A41D19/00
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Primary Examiner:
MORAN, KATHERINE M
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
ANTONI ZAWADZKI (CHEEKTOWAGA, NY, US)
Claims:
We claim as our invention glove or gloves to be worn during keyboarding in which it will allow the user to keyboard with less strain of the tendons in the fingers, palms, wrists and arms, comprising of:

1. One or both gloves may be used.

2. Keyboard glove(s) that has finger pad post.

3. Keyboard glove(s) posts are formed into the finger pads of the glove(s).

4. The finger posts can be attached to the finger pads of the glove(s).

5. The finger posts can be made from a variety of material.

6. The finger posts are shaped to allow accurate contact to the keyboard.

7. Keyboard glove(s) that has openings for the user's finger nails.

8. Keyboard glove(s) that has a thumb opening.

9. Keyboard glove(s) that has a resting pad that can be formed into the glove.

10. Keyboard glove(s) that has a resting pad that can be attached to the glove.

11. Keyboard glove(s) that has self-adjusting material.

12. Keyboard glove(s) that is made of self-breathing material.

13. Keyboard glove(s) that has an adjustment strap to hold the glove in place made with an adjustable material.

14. Keyboard glove(s) that has various sizes that can include but is not limited to: extra small, small, medium, large, extra large and extra, extra large.

Description:

CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS

Not Applicable

STATEMENT REGARDING FEDERALLY SPONSORED RESEARCH OR DEVELOPMENT

Not Applicable

REFERENCE TO SEQUENCE LISTING, A TABLE OR A COMPUTER PROGRAM LISTING COMPACT DISK APPENDIX

Not Applicable

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

The present invention relates to a device for keyboarding and more particularly to glove(s) for keyboarding and data entry.

The background information discussed below is presented to better illustrate the novelty and usefulness of the present invention. This background information is not admitted prior art.

Keyboards are used extensively by both non-professional and professional people. The keyboard glove(s) will provide relief from the tension of the tendons in the fingers, palms, wrists and arms, and will also assist people who have arthritic fingers or other medical conditions that hinder their ability to keyboard.

BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

Keyboard glove are made of a material in which posts are formed or attached and are located on the finger pads of each glove. The keyboard gloves also have a thumb opening in which provide the user easier use of the thumb. Also, the keyboard gloves have openings on each of the fingers at the tips for the user's finger nails.

The keyboard gloves have resting pads which provides the user to release the tension on the arms. The keyboard gloves have self-adjustment material to prevent the gloves from moving.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWING

The present invention is illustrated FIG. 1 shows the keyboard gloves 1 are primarily made of self-breathing and self-adjustable material 6 that has posts 2 attached to each of the finger pad of the gloves. It also includes a thumb opening 3 for easy thumb use. Each keyboard glove has a resting pad 7 near the palm to provide comfort and relief from the tension of the tendons in the fingers, palms, wrists and arms. The keyboard glove(s) have openings on each of the tips of the fingers 5 to allow user's finger nails to extend beyond. The keyboard glove(s) have self-adjusting straps 4 to ensure the glove stays secure on user's hand.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

The keyboard gloves invention to be worn by an individual during keyboarding in which the user will be able to keyboard at ease. The keyboard gloves are designed with a various self-breathing, various self-adjusting material and adjusting strap to allow the user a high level of comfort while using the gloves. The keyboard gloves invention has four finger posts which are made up of a material that allows precise contact with the keyboard keys. The keyboard gloves have a thumb opening to facilitate more movement of the thumb while using the gloves.