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Number: 2/254
Name: Apparel > General structure > Pockets > Safety trap
Description: Devices provided with means tending to prevent articles falling out when the pocket is inverted.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7033020 Collapsible eyeglasses Apr. 25, 2006
6477710 Garment for concealing patient medical appliances Nov. 12, 2002
6374421 Trouser safety pocket Apr. 23, 2002
5815844 Pivoting pocket Oct. 6, 1998
5638549 Change-safe pocket Jun. 17, 1997
5365614 Sports vest Nov. 22, 1994
4667347 Swing away pocket May. 26, 1987
4553269 Pocket structure Nov. 19, 1985
3981028 Pocket device Sep. 21, 1976











 
 
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