Title:
Multifunctional holder for baby's food and baby's accessories
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
This device is derived from the notion that there are many instances during the first two years of a baby's life that everything in the baby's hand always finds its way to the ground, whether it be at the dinner table, the park or the zoo. This versatile multifunctional holder has four attachments which are designed to be used separately, and as needed, according to the item the user is trying to secure. This device lets a baby have complete freedom of movement with their hands and mouth, however once the baby attempts to toss an item to the floor or the item simply falls down, the flexible cord will not allow the item to reach the floor therefore making it easy for the parent to retrieve the item and continue using it.



Inventors:
Schwartz, Noam (Las Vegas, NV, US)
Schwartz, Guy (Las Vegas, NV, US)
Application Number:
13/067795
Publication Date:
12/29/2011
Filing Date:
06/28/2011
Assignee:
SCHWARTZ NOAM
SCHWARTZ GUY
Primary Class:
International Classes:
A45F5/00
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Primary Examiner:
VANTERPOOL, LESTER L
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Noam Schwartz (Las Vegas, NV, US)
Claims:
We claim:

1. A multifunctional holder which is comprised of a semi flexible main ring that holds four different flexible cords, including one with a hard spiral ring, one with a Velcro fastener, one with a flexible cup, and one with a loop on each end.

Description:

CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS

This application claims the benefit of PPA No. 61/344,312 with a filing date of Jun. 28, 2010 by the present inventors, which is incorporated by this cross-reference.

FEDERALLY SPONSORED RESEARCH

None

SEQUENCE LISTING

None

BACKGROUND

Often times as a parent, it is hard to keep items from falling out of your baby's hands. Whether it is their favorite new toy or their teething biscuit, everything tends to fall to the floor, not only causing contamination of the item but frustration by both parent and child.

SUMMARY

A versatile multifunctional holder which is comprised of a main semi flexible ring and four different attachments that can be used to secure miscellaneous baby's items, toys, and food to baby's wrist, high chair, stroller or table.

DRAWINGS—FIGURES

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of all components for the multifunctional holder for miscellaneous baby items;

FIG. 2 is a perspective view of the main holding ring with cord looped on it and open able ring attached to the opposite end;

FIG. 3 is a perspective view of the main holding ring with cord looped on it and Velcro strap attached to the opposite end;

FIG. 4 is perspective view of the main holding ring with cord looped on it and versatile holding cup on the opposite end;

FIG. 5 is perspective view of the main holding ring with cord looped on it and clip on the opposite end.

DRAWINGS—REFERENCE NUMERALS

1. Semi-flexible main holding ring

2. Flexible cord with a loop at both ends

3. Hard spiral open able ring

4. Flexible cord with a loop at one end and a Velcro fastener at the opposite end

5. Flexible cord with a loop at one end and a flexible cup at the opposite end

6. Flexible cord with a loop at both ends

7. Clip

DETAILED DESCRIPTION

A versatile multifunctional holder which is comprised of a semi flexible main ring (diagram 1) that can be attached to different places such as around a baby's wrist, high chair, stroller, or table. The ring (diagram 1) will hold four different flexible cords (diagram 2, 4, and 5). Each cord serves a different purpose in trying to eliminate the “problem” that exists with baby's holding their food, toys, or miscellaneous baby accessories in their hands which always end up on the floor.

The length of the cord is designed in such a way that it does not reach the floor when thrown to the baby's side. The cords are designed to hold diverse baby accessories and food such as a teethers, bottles, cookies, napkins, and toys.

Each cord is designed to work independently. With the semi-flexible main holding ring (diagram 1), the user will be able to slide the cord's (diagram 2) loop onto the main ring (diagram 1). The flexible open able ring (diagram 3) hooks onto the opposite loop on cord (diagram 2) which will enable the user to attach miscellaneous baby items. With the semi flexible main holding ring (diagram 1) the user will slide the cord's (diagram 4) loop onto the main ring (diagram 1), which will enable the user to use the Velcro fastener at the opposite end to secure odd or larger shaped items. With the semi flexible main holding ring (diagram 1) the user will slide the cord's (diagram 5) loop onto the main ring (diagram 1), flexible cord (diagram 5) has an attached flexible cup at the opposite end which will enable the user to secure baby items that will fit into a flexible cup. With the semi flexible main holding ring (diagram 1), the user can slide the cord's (diagram 2) loop onto the main ring (diagram 1), and use the loop at the opposite end to attach the clip (diagram 7) which will enable the user to secure miscellaneous baby items.

The user has the option to choose the cord that best fits the baby accessory which they are trying to secure. The cords that are not being used at the time may be placed by the user in a holding pouch.