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Class Information
Number: 472/112
Name: Amusement devices > Seesaw > Having counterbalance means
Description: Amusement device wherein the seesaw includes a means to balance the ends of the elongated member upon its fulcrum point so that persons of varying weights may ride upon the ends of the elongated member.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8100776 Single rider teeter-totter Jan. 24, 2012
7682258 Sound producing play apparatus Mar. 23, 2010
7572190 Single rider teeter-totter Aug. 11, 2009
7413516 Teeter-totter Aug. 19, 2008
6991549 Sound producing play apparatus Jan. 31, 2006
6988951 Floating machine Jan. 24, 2006
6872145 Solo-operable seesaw Mar. 29, 2005
5951406 Adjustable see-saw apparatus Sep. 14, 1999
5776002 Solo seesaw device Jul. 7, 1998
4032138 Adjustable position counterweight assembly for amusement ride Jun. 28, 1977

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