Title:
Marijuana Roach Clip Cutting and Storage Device
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
The present invention relates to a marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device for medical and or recreational marijuana. The marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device relates to certain useful improvements in marijuana roach clip storage, and the primary objective of the present invention is to provide a useful configuration in which the marijuana roach clips are safely cut, stored and subsequently used for future medical or recreational use.



Inventors:
Feliciano, Marcos T. (Bronx, NY, US)
Application Number:
14/940776
Publication Date:
05/18/2017
Filing Date:
11/13/2015
Assignee:
Feliciano Marcos T
Primary Class:
International Classes:
A24F15/08; A24F13/24
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Foreign References:
FR2894532A32007-06-15
Primary Examiner:
NGUYEN, SONNY V
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Marcos T. Feliciano (Bronx, NY, US)
Claims:
1. Marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device comprising; a body having an open hollow end with a removable top; and the top, incorporating vertical funnels to house medical or recreational marijuana roach clips prior to cutting; and the body, having an open hollow end housing the internal guide plate cutting chamber, an exit hole, and a compartment to store usable medical or recreational marijuana roach clips; and an internal guide plate cutting chamber, which guides the medical or recreational marijuana roach clip throughout the cycle, as the cutting chamber cuts the burnt end waste portion off of the marijuana roach clip and pushes the usable portion into the storage compartment for future use; and a razor blade, which is housed within the internal guide plate cutting chamber, which said chamber is also utilized to replace a worn razor blade; and an exit hole, positioned directly beneath the internal guide plate cutting chamber, is utilized to discard the burnt end waste portion of the medical or recreational marijuana roach clip; and a marijuana roach clip compartment, which stores the usable portion of the medical or recreational marijuana roach clip for future use.

2. The marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device of claim 1 wherein the vertical funnels within the top holds the medical or recreational marijuana roach clips prior to cutting.

3. The marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device of claim 1 wherein the cutting process is in the form of an internal guide plate cutting chamber; which contains two precut sections; one doubles as the cutting chamber to hold the razor blade in place, and directly beneath the internal guide plate cutting chamber is the burnt end waste portion exit hole. The second precut section is for the storage of the usable portion of the medical or recreational marijuana roach clip.

4. The marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device of claim 1 wherein the razor blade, securely positioned within the lock clips of the internal guide plate cutting chamber, proceeds to initiate the cutting sequence, as the top of the device is turned, and the razor blade comes into contact with the medical or recreational marijuana roach clip at the cut position, cutting the burnt end waste portion off of the roach clip, as gravity naturally allows it to fall out of the exit hole of the device. The turning of the top initiates the cutting process, and upon contact with the razor blade, the cut is made to the roach clip and the burnt end waste portion of the medical or recreational marijuana roach clip is discarded out of an exit hole directly beneath the razor blade section of the internal guide plate cutting chamber.

5. The marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device of claim 1 wherein the exit hole, utilized to discard the burnt end waste portion of the medical or recreational marijuana roach clip, is located directly beneath the internal guide plate cutting chamber of the device. The exit hole is formed in a 45° angle allowing the burnt end waste portion to fall out of the body of the device.

6. The marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device of claim 1 wherein the marijuana roach compartment, stores the usable portion of the medical or recreational marijuana roach clips, within a dry safe compartment for future use.

7. The marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device of claim 7 wherein the marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device comprises: a body having an open hollow end with a removable top; and the top, incorporating vertical funnels to house medical or recreational marijuana roach clips prior to cutting; and the body, having an open hollow end housing the internal guide plate cutting chamber, an exit hole, and a compartment to store usable medical or recreational marijuana roach clips; and an internal guide plate cutting chamber, which guides the medical or recreational marijuana roach clip throughout the cycle, as the cutting chamber cuts the burnt end waste portion off of the marijuana roach clip and pushes the usable portion into the storage compartment for future use; and a razor blade, which is housed within the internal guide plate cutting chamber, which said chamber is also utilized to replace a worn razor blade; and an exit hole, positioned directly beneath the internal guide plate cutting chamber, is utilized to discard the burnt end waste portion of the medical or recreational marijuana roach clip; and a marijuana roach clip compartment, which stores the, usable portion of the medical or recreational marijuana roach clip for future use.

Description:

FIELD OF INVENTION

The subject matter described herein relates to a marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device for medical or recreational marijuana roach clips.

BACKGROUND

By way of example, many types of cigarette ashtrays are used to openly hold marijuana roach clips. That is, these ashtrays hold the left over ashes from a smoked cigarette along-side medical or recreational marijuana roach clips. Oftentimes, the sight of the marijuana roach clip can be distracting and embarrassing. However, in view of an increasing demand for medical and recreational marijuana usage, which usage is associated with life-saving properties, methods for clipping and saving the marijuana roach clips for future use has become increasingly more desirable. Furthermore, there is no device on the market which caters to marijuana roach clip cutting and storage.

SUMMARY

The disclosed invention relates to a new improvement for marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device, and the primary objective of the present invention is to provide a useful configuration in which the marijuana roach clip is cut, the burnt end waste portion discarded, and the usable portion is stored and subsequently used for future medical or recreational use.

In one implementation, a marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device comprises; a round body; a round top; an internal guide plate cutting chamber, which contains a razor blade and two precut sections; and one compartment for the storage of the usable portion of the marijuana roach clips.

In some implementation, the body is made up of a device top, a body, an internal guide plate cutting chamber, two precut sections, and one storage compartment for the storage of the marijuana roach clip.

In another implementation, the device utilizes vertical funnels within the top of the device to hold the medical or recreational marijuana roach clips in place.

In some implementation, the internal guide plate cutting chamber, positioned within the top of the hollow open end of the body, is simultaneously utilized for easy cutting and discarding the burnt end waste portion of the roach clip, as well as guiding the salvageable portion of the roach clip to the storage compartment for future use.

In some implementation, the storage compartment, located on the bottom half of the body, stores the reusable portion of the marijuana roach clip, and can store up to 30 medical or recreational marijuana roach clips for future use.

The advantage of the present invention is that the usable marijuana roach clip is safely clipped, burnt end waste portion discarded, and the salvageable portion is stored for future medical or recreational marijuana use. Further, the marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device makes it easy to clip and store your favorite, possibly, life-saving medical or recreational marijuana roach clips. By way of example, some of the diseases medical marijuana is used to help alleviate pain from are the following; AIDS/HIV, Alzheimer's, Arthritis, Asthma, Cancer, Chronic pain, Crohn's disease, Epilepsy, Glaucoma, and Multiple Sclerosis, just to name a few. In other cases, medical or recreational marijuana usage has proven to assist patients who suffer troubling appetites consume food, allowing for a longer life span for many with a nauseating illness.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

FIG. 1 shows the marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device in perspective view of the present invention; and

FIG. 2 shows the marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device top, and the vertical funnels for the marijuana roach clips, as well as the burnt end waste exit of the present invention; and

FIG. 3 shows the marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device internal guide plate cutting chamber, which holds the razor blade and also contains two precut sections, and a precut guide which leads the marijuana roach clip to the cut position; and

FIG. 4 shows the marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device internal guide plate cutting chamber, razor blade attached, and seated within the present invention; and

FIG. 5 shows the top view of the marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device in accordance with an implementation of the present invention; and

FIG. 6 shows the side view of the marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device in accordance with an implementation of the present invention.

FIG. 7 shows the side view, of the marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device, including the top vertical funnels loaded with the marijuana roach clips, in accordance with an implementation of the present invention.

FIG. 8 shows a perspective view of the marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device including; top, body, internal guide plate cutting chamber, razor blade, precut sections, and the burnt end waste exit of the marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device in accordance with an implementation of the present invention.

FIG. 9 shows the side view of the marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device, as the salvageable portion of the roach clip drops into the storage compartment in accordance with an implementation of the present invention.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION

The present invention relates to a marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device. That is, a marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device capable of cutting off the burnt end waste portion of a marijuana roach clip, and storing the usable portion of the marijuana clip for future use. The marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device can include, a body, a top, and an internal guide plate cutting chamber, two precut sections, a burnt end, waste exit, and a marijuana roach clip storage compartment.

As shown in FIG. 1, marijuana roach dip cutting and storage device 10, can include a body 12, a top 16, and vertical funnels 14, within the top 16, to hold the medical or recreational marijuana roach clips prior to cutting.

The marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device 10, can be made of any material, including metal, plastic or wood. The desired height of the body 12, can range from 3 inches to about 6 inches, with decorative designs to complement the device. The top 16, is designed for easy handling and control by the user.

In some implementations, the vertical funnels 14, within the top 16, can be up to 1 inch in height, but other measurements are contemplated. For example, top 16, can accommodate medical or recreational marijuana roach clips, up to an inch in size, to be processed for storage by the user.

As shown in FIG. 2, vertical funnels 14, are contained within the top 16, which holds in place the medical or recreational marijuana roach clips prior to the cutting and storage process. Said cutting process allows the burnt end waste portion to fall out of exit 20b.

The vertical funnels 14, are receptacles for the medical or recreational marijuana roach clips, prior to initiating the cutting and storage process. Simultaneously, as the cut is made to the roach clip, the burnt end waste portion falls out of the exit 20b, as the top 16, is turned and the usable marijuana roach clip drops into the roach clip storage compartment.

In one implementation, the exit 20b, is made in a 45° angle to allow the burnt end waste portion to naturally fall out of the unit to be discarded.

As shown in FIG. 3, the internal guide plate cutting chamber 22, is a round unit which has two precut sections, 18 and 20a, which utilizes two lock clips, 24 and 26, which lock in place a razor blade within the internal guide plate cutting chamber 22. The internal guide plate cutting chamber 22, contains a split lead 28, which guides the marijuana roach clip into cut position 30.

As shown in FIG. 4, the internal guide plate cutting chamber 22, is housed within the body 12, of the device. The internal guide plate cutting chamber 22, displays the razor blade 32, locked within the cutting chamber lock clips. 24 and 26, prior to cutting the marijuana roach clip. That is, when the full cycle of the device is completed, the internal guide plate cutting chamber 22, completes the full cut. Causing the burnt end waste portion to fall out of the device, as the usable portion of the marijuana roach clip falls into the storage compartment.

As shown in top section view FIG. 5, the internal guide plate cutting chamber 22, housed within the body 12, of the device, includes outlines of the vertical funnels 14, which hold the marijuana roach clips in place. The internal guide plate cutting chamber 22, contains a split lead 28, which guides the marijuana roach clip within vertical funnels 14, into cut position 30, initiating contact with, the razor blade 32. That is, when the contact points of the marijuana roach clip and the razor blade 32 meet, the cutting is initiated causing the burnt end waste portion to fall out of exit 20b.

As shown in side view FIG. 6, the marijuana roach clip cutting and storage device 10, has a top 16, which contains the vertical funnels 14, as shown attached to the body 12. When the top 16, is turned, the razor blade 32, makes contact with the burnt end waste portion 36b, of the marijuana roach clip at cut position 30, causing the burnt end waste portion to be sliced off as gravity allows the burnt end waste portion 36b, to fall out of exit 20b, of the device.

As shown in side view FIG. 7, the top 16, containing the loaded vertical funnels 14, are shown as the razor blade 32, makes contact with the burnt end waste portion 36b, of the marijuana roach clip 36a, on cut position 30, causing the burnt end waste portion 36b, to get sliced off.

Perspective view FIG. 8 includes; the top 16, the internal guide plate cutting chamber 22, which is housed within the body 12, and displays the precut sections, 18 and 20a, of the device. The internal guide plate cutting chamber 22, also contains a split lead 28, cut position 30, and the razor blade 32, which causes the cut, as the burnt end waste portion falls out of exit 20b. As the cycle of the top 16, is completed, the usable portion of the marijuana roach clip then falls into the storage compartment precut section 18. That is, when the top 16, is turned, the split lead 28, guides the marijuana roach clip into cut position 30, which connects with the razor blade 32, cutting and causing the burnt end waste portion to fall out of exit 20b. As the usable portion of the marijuana roach clip falls in, and is saved, in precut section 18.

As shown in side view FIG. 9, the usable portion of the marijuana roach clip 36a, falls into, and is stored in the medical or recreational marijuana roach clip compartment for future use.

While presently preferred embodiments have been described for purposes of the disclosure, numerous changes in the arrangement can be made by those skilled in the art. Such changes are encompassed within the spirit of the invention as defined by the appended claims.

The foregoing Detailed Description is to be understood as being in every respect illustrative and exemplary, but not restrictive, and the scope of the present invention disclosed herein is not to be determined from the Detailed Description, but rather from the claims as interpreted according to the full breadth permitted by the patent laws. It is to be understood that the embodiments shown and described herein are only illustrative of the principles of the present invention and that various modifications may be implemented by those skilled in the art without departing from the scope and spirit of the present invention. Those skilled in the art could implement various other feature combinations without departing from the scope and spirit of the present invention. Although the embodiments of the present disclosure have been described with specific examples, it is to be understood that the disclosure is not limited to those specific examples and that various other changes, combinations and modifications will be apparent to one of ordinary skill in the art without departing from the scope and spirit of the present invention which is to be determined with reference to the following claims.