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Number: 5/670
Name: Beds > Waterbed or associated device > With massaging by fluid jet
Description: Waterbeds or associated device having a nozzle-type apparatus that forcefully directs liquid or gas, from within the water-containing bladder, against the supporting surface of the bladder to massage a user.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6210351 Massaging water bed Apr. 3, 2001
6139512 Method and apparatus for water therapy Oct. 31, 2000
5842241 Water jet massaging waterbed mattress Dec. 1, 1998
5503618 Hydromassage pillow Apr. 2, 1996
5446933 Bed with a plurality of vertically aligned body support members which communicate with a common fluid chamber Sep. 5, 1995
5074286 Spinal massage table Dec. 24, 1991
4976256 Body massage apparatus Dec. 11, 1990
4853988 Overwater pressure jet massage apparatus Aug. 8, 1989
4837880 Therapeutic waterbed apparatus and method Jun. 13, 1989
4757808 Liquid jet massage device Jul. 19, 1988
4713853 Apparatus for improved water therapy Dec. 22, 1987
4684486 Distributor for improved water therapy Aug. 4, 1987
4635620 Method for improved water therapy Jan. 13, 1987
4607405 Jet stream water bed Aug. 26, 1986











 
 
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