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Dividable multi-compartment container










Image Number 6 for United States Patent #5758818.

The present invention relates to a container which may be dividable into first and second segmented compartments. The dividable container includes a one piece body member, a cover member, and a base member. The body member defines the first and second compartments which each include an interior wall having a top edge and two side edges. A side wall, having first and second segments, extends from the side edges to form portions of two different sides of the container. The top edges of the interior walls are at least partially connected. The cover and base members include top and bottom portions, respectively, and a plurality of flaps for contacting and attaching to, respectively, the wall segments. The cover member, base member, and top edges of the interior walls may be severed along a plane located between the interior walls to form the segmented first and second compartments.








 
 
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