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Number: 132/234
Name: Toilet > Hair device > Having hair shaping surface or form (e.g., crimper or curler) > Having winding form or mandrel (e.g., curler) > With heater, fluid supply, or surrounding fluid housing > Including heat storage means heated prior to application > And pivoted hair fastening jaw or clip
Description: Device including a distinct element for clamping the hair wisp to the form or mandrel, and swingably connected to either the form or mandrel or to another cooperating clamping element by means of bearing surfaces.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8561620 Hairstyling apparatus Oct. 22, 2013
8258434 Heating apparatus for heat retaining hair clips Sep. 4, 2012
8237089 Hairdressing apparatus Aug. 7, 2012
7989735 Heating apparatus for heat retaining hair clips Aug. 2, 2011
6138685 Clamping hair curler system Oct. 31, 2000
5884635 Clamping hair curler system Mar. 23, 1999
5522407 Heated hair clip Jun. 4, 1996











 
 
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