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Number: 446/155
Name: Amusement devices: toys > Aquatic > Including remote control means or tether > For buoyancy control
Description: Device wherein means are provided to operate at a distance from the boat, a control means by which the tendency of the boat to float or rise in the water can be altered.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8649922 Electronic pet and pet interaction system thereof Feb. 11, 2014
8509972 Electronic pet and pet interaction system thereof Aug. 13, 2013
6923706 Aquatic toys Aug. 2, 2005
6837521 Foam book with improved binding and method Jan. 4, 2005
6412210 Animated duck decoy Jul. 2, 2002
6088944 Simulated feeding decoy Jul. 18, 2000
5865663 Toy submarine ballast system Feb. 2, 1999
5566491 Method and apparatus for animating a floating waterfowl decoy Oct. 22, 1996
5295890 Remotely controlled toy vehicle with water ejection capabilities Mar. 22, 1994
4919637 Model submarine Apr. 24, 1990
4826465 Model submarine May. 2, 1989
4662627 Cartesian diving toy May. 5, 1987
4455782 Cartesian toy with rotary movement imparting contact structure Jun. 26, 1984
4082063 Alternately ascending and descending aquatic article Apr. 4, 1978











 
 
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