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Class Information
Number: 463/66
Name: Amusement devices: games > Propelled racing > Object pulled by reelable cord
Description: Propelled racing wherein the means to apply mechanical force to an object includes an elongated flexible member (e.g. string, wire, etc.) having one end connected to the object and an opposite end connected to a rotatable spool, whereby motion can be imparted to the object by rotating the spool to wind the flexible member around the spool to shorten the length of the flexible member between the object and the spool.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8128454 Toy for rotating and launching an object Mar. 6, 2012
7594843 Toy having an electronic interactive device that is responsive to a rotated and launched object Sep. 29, 2009
5664998 Combined slot machine and racing game Sep. 9, 1997
5382021 Horse racing game having rotating arm and tethered members Jan. 17, 1995
4033587 Horse race board game apparatus Jul. 5, 1977
3985357 Lane-length-compensating race game Oct. 12, 1976











 
 
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