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Number: 132/281
Name: Toilet > Hair device > Hair fastener > Clip or hairpin > Hairpin having plural prongs (e.g., bobby pin) > And third prong, discrete retainer, or opener
Description: Device further comprising either (a) a third thin rod or pick-like portion connected to the first and second, or (b) an individually distinct part adapted to hold the device in the hair, or (c) a movable element or portion adapted to move the prongs apart or to hold them apart.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
132/282 Pivoted or sliding 6

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5345956 Hair pin for use in connection with a hair styling tool Sep. 13, 1994
5261428 Hair fastening device Nov. 16, 1993
5251650 Hair pin for a hair styling tool Oct. 12, 1993
5082011 Hair fastening device Jan. 21, 1992
4270554 Hair fastener clip for hair roller Jun. 2, 1981

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