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Number: 5/106
Name: Beds > Cradles > Rocker base > Throw-off rockers and locking devices
Description: Devices wherein the rockers are so attached to a crib that they may be thrown out of action without removal and locking devices to prevent swaying of the cradle.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6854138 Crib rocking mechanism with lock Feb. 15, 2005
6728980 Bassinet May. 4, 2004
6578212 Cradle Jun. 17, 2003
6470516 Portable double level cradle rocking bassinet Oct. 29, 2002
6341394 Sway device for a cradle Jan. 29, 2002
6158067 Convertible crib Dec. 12, 2000
5956786 Playpen Sep. 28, 1999
5533936 Swing with a stabilizer and the stabilizer thereof Jul. 9, 1996
5048135 Swinging assembly for cribs Sep. 17, 1991
4793009 Piece of reclining furniture Dec. 27, 1988
4783863 Bedding furniture with a pendulum frame Nov. 15, 1988
4561138 Foldable baby bed Dec. 31, 1985
4226472 Unattached base for rocking chairs Oct. 7, 1980
4021867 Convertible cradle May. 10, 1977











 
 
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