Title:
Supplement dispensing water bottle with shudder mechanism for disbursement. Dispenses into capsules that attach at the bottom
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
Here is the invention described in full. Its uses, although not limited to these, in that of use in easy dispensing and mixing of workout supplements or formula for nourishment of babies. In this invention there lies a typical water bottle except inside there is a water tight seal that is easily opened by a turning of a gear that will then open the seal. This will let water through into the detachable base which hold the substance that is to be mixed with the water.



Inventors:
Gillett, Christopher Drew (Tucson, AZ, US)
Anderson, Jared John (Tucson, AZ, US)
Application Number:
14/190708
Publication Date:
10/08/2015
Filing Date:
04/07/2014
Assignee:
GILLETT CHRISTOPHER DREW
ANDERSON JARED JOHN
Primary Class:
International Classes:
B65D81/32
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Primary Examiner:
CHEUNG, CHUN HOI
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Christopher Gillett (Tucson, AZ, US)
Claims:
1. A bottle comprising: (a) A openable watertight partition within the bottle as explained by in the specifications (b) A removable bottom as described in the specifications

Description:

CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS

Not Applicable

STATEMENT REGARDING FEDERALLY SPONSORED RESEARCH OR DEVELOPMENT

Not Applicable

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

(i) Field of the Invention

This invention pertains to water bottles, more specifically the mechanical contraption used within the water bottle to separate the water from the used supplement.

(ii) Description of the Related Art

Prior to this, invention there are normal water bottles in which one would as expected, put water in and drink. However, when one wants to mix some kind of supplement or drink mix with their water they would normally have to carry a separate container and mix when they need to. This invention, however, eliminates the need for the separate container, while retaining the convenience of wanting to mix the substance with the liquid when one desires to do so. Here we have a water tight partition (the device to keep out the water is included along with the actual partition that opens and closes) in between the removable base and the bottle. This keeps the liquid from mixing in with the substance until the lever is slid in which the partition would open and the two substances will then combine. This is convenient in cases such as, but not limited to, work out supplements such as protein powder or pre/post-work out mixes, and even for uses in baby formula.

BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

The invention is of a water bottle with the unique design of having a water tight partition in the bottle in order to, at one's convenience, open to partition in order to mix a substance or supplement at the bottom of the bottle in which there is a removable base that screws onto the bottom. This removable base would hold the substance that the user would be mixing the water or other liquid with.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

FIG. 1A—Top view of blade used in opening and closing seal.

FIG. 1B—Side view of blade used in opening and closing seal.

FIG. 2A—Top view of linkage used to pull and push blades in order to open and close the seal.

FIG. 2B—Side view of linkage used to pull and push blades in order to open and close the seal.

FIG. 3A—Top view of inner ring used to hold the respective blades into place as well as to provide a pivot for the blades to move.

FIG. 3B—Side view of inner ring used to hold the respective blades into place as well as to provide a pivot for the blades to move.

FIG. 4A—Top view of outer ring used to pull linkages that in turn pull the blades. This is done by turning the outer ring.

FIG. 4B—Side view of outer ring used to pull linkages that in turn pull the blades. This is done by turning the outer ring.

FIG. 4C—Blown up view of the geared portion of the outer ring. The handle (FIG. 5A and FIG. 5B) is placed within these gears in order to be able to turn the outer ring.

FIG. 5A—Top view of the handle used to turn the outer ring.

FIG. 5B—Side view of the handle used to turn the outer ring.

FIG. 6A—Top view of the covering used in order to seal substances from reaching the sealing mechanism.

FIG. 6B—Top angled view of the covering used in order to seal substances from reaching the sealing mechanism.

FIG. 6C—Side view of the covering used in order to seal substances from reaching the sealing mechanism.

FIG. 6D—Bottom angled view of the covering used in order to seal substances from reaching the sealing mechanism.

FIG. 6E—Bottom view of the covering used in order to seal substances from reaching the sealing mechanism.

FIG. 7A—Top view of the bottom capsule used in order to hold substance before mixing. This is a screw on removable cap.

FIG. 7B—Side view of the bottom capsule used in order to hold substance before mixing. This is a screw on removable cap.

FIG. 7C—Top side view of the bottom capsule used in order to hold substance before mixing. This is a screw on removable cap.

FIG. 7D—Bottom view of the bottom capsule used in order to hold substance before mixing. This is a screw on removable cap.

FIG. 7E—Detailed view of the bottom corner of the bottom capsule used in order to hold substance before mixing. This is a screw on removable cap.

FIG. 8A—Top view of the main water bottle with a slit to which the handle (FIG. 5A and FIG. 5B) goes into in order to be able to control the mechanism.

FIG. 8B—Side view of the main water bottle with a slit to which the handle (FIG. 5A and FIG. 5B) goes into in order to be able to control the mechanism.

FIG. 8C—Bottom side view of the main water bottle with a slit to which the handle (FIG. 5A and FIG. 5B) goes into in order to be able to control the mechanism.

FIG. 8D—Bottom view of the main water bottle with a slit to which the handle (FIG. 5A and FIG. 5B) goes into in order to be able to control the mechanism.

FIG. 9A—Top view of the upper base of the completed sealing mechanism that goes inside of the water bottle.

FIG. 9B—Top side view of the upper base of the completed sealing mechanism that goes inside of the water bottle.

FIG. 10A—Top view of the lower base of the completed sealing mechanism that goes inside of the water bottle.

FIG. 10B—Top side view of the lower base of the completed sealing mechanism that goes inside of the water bottle.

FIG. 11A—Top view of the upper base of the completed sealing mechanism that goes inside of the water bottle.

FIG. 11B—Detailed portion of FIG. 11A signifying a more closer look of how the parts come together.

FIG. 11C—Top view of the lower base of the completed sealing mechanism that goes inside of the water bottle.

FIG. 11D—Detailed portion of FIG. 11C signifying a more closer look of how the parts come together.

FIG. 12A—Top view of the upper base of the completed sealing mechanism showing in the close position.

FIG. 12B—Top view of the upper base of the completed sealing mechanism showing as the mechanism is opening.

FIG. 12C—Top view of the upper base of the completed sealing mechanism showing in the open position.

FIG. 13A—Top view of the lower base of the completed sealing mechanism showing in the close position.

FIG. 13B—Top view of the lower base of the completed sealing mechanism showing as the mechanism is opening.

FIG. 13C—Top view of the lower base of the completed sealing mechanism showing in the open position.

FIG. 14A—Exploded view of the entire water bottle mechanism showing how everything is assembled.

FIG. 14A—Second exploded view of the entire water bottle mechanism showing how everything is assembled.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

This invention is of a water bottle modified for a particular use as described in the background information labeled Section D. To achieve this goal there is in place a water tight seal that can easily be opened. The seal has six “blades” that together form a circle when closed, of which seal off the the water by the pressure that keeps it closed off. Now in order to open this seal one only needs to turn a ring on the outside of the bottle. This ring will pull the blades by which will pull each respective blade. The blades will then open in a circular motion, as can be seen by the drawings, thereby letting water flow through into the detachable bottom to mix the desired solutions. The detachable bottom is merely attached by screwing on the bottom to the bottle.

SEQUENCE LISTING

Not Applicable