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Number: 5/124
Name: Beds > Hammocks > Couch hammocks
Description: Devices, of couch form, suspended to swing as a hammock. Distinguished from cradles by the absence of guards, permitting them to be used for seating purposes.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
5/125 Adjustable back or windshield 2
5/126 Convertible to bedstead 3

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8656532 Hammock stand with welded structural supports Feb. 25, 2014
7020914 Swing type baby bed Apr. 4, 2006
6851138 Hammock system Feb. 8, 2005
5564987 Folding swing hammock Oct. 15, 1996
5242354 Exercise glider Sep. 7, 1993
5107556 Furniture suspended from ropes Apr. 28, 1992
4868939 Free floating bunk bed Sep. 26, 1989
4793009 Piece of reclining furniture Dec. 27, 1988
4783863 Bedding furniture with a pendulum frame Nov. 15, 1988
4567614 Seating or sleep furniture Feb. 4, 1986

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