CA2498796A1 - Insulated container and cushion assembly - Google Patents

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CA2498796A1
CA2498796A1 CA 2498796 CA2498796A CA2498796A1 CA 2498796 A1 CA2498796 A1 CA 2498796A1 CA 2498796 CA2498796 CA 2498796 CA 2498796 A CA2498796 A CA 2498796A CA 2498796 A1 CA2498796 A1 CA 2498796A1
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Melvin S. Mogil
Lorne Mogil
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45FTRAVELLING OR CAMP EQUIPMENT: SACKS OR PACKS CARRIED ON THE BODY
    • A45F3/00Travelling or camp articles; Sacks or packs carried on the body
    • A45F3/46Picnic sets

Abstract

A soft-sided container assembly may include a thermally insulated container assembly and a second wall structure. The second wall structure may be detachable, an d may be used as a cushion. The cushion may contain cushioning material. The cushioning materia l may be extracted from the cushion and unfolded to act as a blanket or picnic cloth. The thermally insulated wall structure may include beverage holding receptacles. The thermally insulated wall structure may be moved to a collapsed position, and may be secured in the collapsed position. The assembly may include a music player.

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Insulated Container and Cushion Assembly Field of the Invention This application relates to the field of insulated container assemblies.
Background of the Invention Insulated containers may sometimes be used by persons who wish to attend a sporting event, or who wish to enjoy an outside meal such as a picnic. The insulated container may be used to hold beverages or other refreshments that one may wish to keep cool or cold such as ice cream, carbonated drinks, juices or beer, or beverages or foods that one may which to keep warm or hot such as hot chocolate, tea, soup, appetizers, hot dogs, hamburgers, and so on.
When attending a sporting event in the Autumn, for example, one may wish to have a supply of hot drinks, or hot foods, and a cushion upon which to sit that may be warmer than cold aluminum bleachers. Alternatively, one may wish to have a blanket that may be spread on the ground at a picnic, or that may be used to stay warm on a chilly day.
Summary of the Invention In an aspect of the invention, there is a soft sided insulated container assembly. It includes an insulated wall structure having a first, insulated, chamber defined therein and a first closure member operable to govern access to the chamber. An auxiliary wall structure is releasably attached thereto. The auxiliary wall structure has a second chamber defined therein, and has a second closure member governing access to the second chamber. In addition, there is a pliable resilient member. The pliable resilient member is movable between a first, folded position within the auxiliary wall structure, and a second, unfolded position.
In the second, unfolded position the pliable resilient member has a plan form extent that is more than 10 times as great as when it is in the folded position. The auxiliary wall structure has a profile of a size comparable to, or smaller than, the insulated wall structure.
In another feature, in the folded position, the pliable resilient member has a number of plies that is in the range of 10 to 30. The number may be in the range 12 to 20.
In another feature, the soft-sided insulated container has an insulated wall structure. The

-2-insulated wall structure is movable between an expanded position and a collapsed position, and has securement fittings operable to secure said insulated wall structure in said collapsed position.
In a further feature, the insulated wall structure has an externally accessible beverage container accommodation. The soft-sided insulated container with the auxiliary wall structure is a cushion. The cushion employs a resilient pliable member as a stuffing. The resilient pliable member, is folded and located within the auxiliary wall structure, the resilient pliable member has at least ten folded plies. In another feature, the soft-sided insulated container includes a sound reproduction device.
In another aspect of the investion, there is a soft-sided insulated container assembly, that includes a six-sided thermally insulated container, and a second soft-sided enclosure detachably mounted to the thermally insulated container. The thermally insulated container has a height and a width. The second, soft-sided container has a large side of comparable extent to the height and width of the thermally insulated container. The second, soft-sided container is detachable from the thermally insulated container and, when so detached, is operable as a cushion. The second, soft-sided container has a closure member operable to govern access thereto and the second, soft-sided container has a cushioning material stored therein. The cushioning material is unfoldable, and, in an unfolded position, the cushioning material is operable as a blanket.
In a further feature, the soft-sided insulated container assembly has a beverage holder socket mounted to the thermally insulated container, the socket being externally accessible. In another feature, the soft-sided insulated container assembly has a sound reproduction apparatus.
In a further feature, the second soft-sided container and the thermally insulated container, when attached, are connected in a back-to-back manner. The second soft sided container and the thermally insulated container, when attached, are connected across mutual upper margins of opposed sides, and in another region distant from those upper margins. When mounted to the thermally insulated container, the second soft-sided container has a profile that lies one of (a) flush with; and (b) shy of, a corresponding profile of the thermally insulated container. The thermally insulated container is movable between an extended position and a collapsible position. In a further feature, the thermally insulated container has releasable securements that are operable to retain the thermally insulated container in the collapsed position.
In still another feature, the thermally insulated container is movable to a collapsed position, and is securable in the collapsed position. When attached, the second soft-sided container is mounted in a back-to back fashion on the thermally insulated container. When

-3-attached, the second soft-sided container has a profile that is one of (a) flush with, and (b) shy of, a corresponding profile of the thermally insulated container, in both width and height. The cushioning material is a blanket that may be removed entirely from the second soft-sided container. The thermally insulated container has at least one beverage receptacle mounted thereto. The thermally insulated container has a first lifting member and the second container has a second lifting member. The soft-sided container assembly has at least one of (a) a CD
player; and (b) a radio, mounted thereto.
Brief Description of the Illustrations These aspects and other features of the invention may be understood with the aid of the following illustrations of a number of exemplary, and non-limiting, embodiments ofthe principles of the invention in which:
Figure la is a perspective view from in front, one side and above of an embodiment of container assembly;
Figure 1b is a perspective view from behind to the rear and above of the container assembly of Figure la;
Figure lc is a front view of the container assembly of Figure la;
Figure 1d is a rear view of the container assembly of Figure la;
Figure 1e is a right hand side view of the container assembly of Figure la;
Figure if is a left hand side view of the container assembly of Figure la;
Figure 1g is a top view of the container assembly of Figure la;
Figure 1h is a bottom view of the container assembly of Figure la;
Figure 2a is a perspective view from in ftont, above and to the right hand side of the container assembly of Figure la in a collapsed position;
Figure 2b is a perspective view from behind, above and to one side ofthe container assembly of Figure 2a;
Figure 2c is a front view of the container assembly of Figure 2a;
Figure 2d is a right hand side view of the container assembly of Figure 2a;
Figure 2e is a left hand side view of the container assembly of Figure 2a;
Figure 2f is a rear view of the container assembly of Figure 2a;
Figure 2g is a top view of the container assembly of Figure 2a;
Figure 2h is a bottom view of the container assembly of Figure 2a;
Figure 3a is a perspective view from in front, above and to the right hand side of a portion of the container assembly of Figure la;
Figure 3b is a perspective view from above, behind and to the left hand side of the container

-4-assembly portion of Figure 3a;
Figure 3c shows the container assembly portion of Figure 3a in an open condition;
Figure 3d shows a cross-sectional view of the container assembly portion of Figure 3a;
Figure 4a is a perspective view of another portion of the container assembly of Figure la;
Figure 4b is an opposite diagonal view of the container assembly portion of Figure 4a;
Figure 5a is a perspective view of the container assembly of Figure 1 a with a foldable web element removed therefrom;
Figure Sb shows the container assembly of Figure la in a fully deployed condition; and Figure 5c shows an alternate container assembly to that of Figure la having a sound production apparatus.
Detailed Description The description that follows, and the embodiments described therein, are provided by way of illustration of an example, or examples, of particular embodiments of the principles of the present invention. These examples are provided for the purposes of explanation, and not of limitation, of those principles and of the invention. In the description, like parts are marked throughout the specification and the drawings with the same respective reference numerals. The drawings are not necessarily to scale and in some instances proportions may have been exaggerated in order more clearly to depict certain features of the invention.
For the purposes of this description, various panels of the insulated containers herein described are arbitrarily designated as the front and rear sides, faces, or portions. Similarly, the closure member, or opening of the insulated container is arbitrarily designated as being at the top, and the base panel is designated as being at the bottom. These terms are arbitrary, and are chosen for convenience as being those that may be used when the container assembly described is in normal use. However, a panel that may be the front or back in one context, may be the side, or top or bottom in another, and a panel that may be the bottom or top, may be some other panel in a different context. It should also be understood that, within the normal range of temperatures to which human food and human touch is accustomed, although the term cooler, or cooler container, or cooler bag, may be used, such insulated structures may generally also be used to keep food, beverages, or other objects either warm or hot as well as cool, cold, or frozen.
In the illustrations, an insulated container assembly is indicated generally as 20.
Insulated container assembly 20 may include a first portion 22 and a second portion 24. The first and second portions may be releasably attached.

-5-First portion, 22 may be an insulated container assembly that includes an insulated wall assembly 26. Wall assembly 26 may include a base portion identified as a bottom panel 28, and an upstanding sidewall 30, which may include a front wall panel 32, a rear wall panel 34, a left hand side panel 36 and a right hand side panel 38. Wall assembly 26 may also include a top panel 40. Top panel 40 may be movably mounted relative to sidewall 30, and may be releasably secured thereto at a closure 42 at which top panel 40 mates releasably with the upper rim 44 of sidewall 30. Top panel 40 may be hingedly attached to sidewall 30, as indicated at 46. Closure 42 may be a releasable tracked closure, such as may be in the nature of a zipper 48 extending about three sides of rim 44. Front wall panel 32 may include a pouch or pocket, or auxiliary compartment 50, to which access may be governed by another closure member 52.
Auxiliary compartment 50 may be used for such things as knives and forks, napkins, condiments, or such other objects as may be desired.
First portion 22 may be provided with accommodations 54, 56 such as may have the form of a generally round cylindrical socket 58, 60, having a round base 62 and cylindrical wall 64 depending from a collar 66 and backing ring 68 that are fastened together to sandwich the surrounding region of top panel 40. Accommodations 54, 56 may be externally accessible such that a beverage container may be placed therein, possibly in a partially protruding manner, without having to open first portion 22 more generally, that is, accommodations 54, 56 each have an opening that faces externally to first portion 22 more generally. Base 62 and cylindrical wall 64 may have an inner skin 70, and outer skin 72 and a layer of insulation 74.
The insulated wall structure of first portion 22 may have a generally six-sided box shape, and may tend to define an insulated internal space, chamber, or compartment 80. Sockets 58, 60 may be soft sided such that, when those sockets are not occupied, they may be collapsed and pushed out of the way of other objects that may be placed within compartment 80 of first portion 22 more generally, or when first portion 22 is moved to a collapsed or storage position. Sockets 58, 60 may have a diameter in the range of about 3 inches (+/-'/Z inch) and may have a depth of about 4 inches (+/-3/4 inches) and may be of a size to accommodate a 12 oz. beverage can.
Each of bottom panel 28, front wall panel 32, rear wall panel 34, left hand wall panel 36, right hand side wall panel 38, and top panel 40 may include an outer membrane or covering, such as may be a fabric or plastic sheet, and such as may be represented by woven polyester or nylon fabric or other material, and may be identified as outer layer 82; an inner layer, which may be a nylon or polypropylene sheet, and which may be of a reflective coated plastic, such as the material sold under the trade mark Thermoflect (T.M.), and which may be identified as inner

-6-layer 84; and an intermediate layer such as may be a layer of thermal insulation 86, which may, for example, be an open or closed cell foam. In this specification, an insulated panel may be understood to be one in which a thermally insulative material, such as a layer of foam or felt, or other insulative medium has been incorporated, over and above whatever layer of webbing or fabric might otherwise define a soft-sided wall surface that is not identified as being insulative.
That is to say, a layer of canvas or other webbing, alone, may not generally be considered to be an insulated wall, absent some other additional insulative feature.
First portion 22 may be movable between an expanded, or deployed condition as shown in Figure la, to a collapsed position as shown in Figure 2a. In the collapsed position, bottom panel 28 is forced upwardly, left and right side wall panels 36 and 38 are moved inwardly, and the lip of top panel 40 is drawn down over front wall panel 30 and secured to hook-and-eye fastener strips 88. Further securement is provide by side wall securement fittings 90, 92. First portion 22 may also have a lifting fitting, such as ring 94, and a lifting member, such as a carrying strap, 96.
Second portion 24 may include a wall structure 100 having a back wall 102, an outstanding peripheral sidewall 104, and a front face wall 106. Each of these may be a flexible fabric panel. Back wall 102 and front face wall 106 may have substantially the same plan form.
Outstanding peripheral wall 104 may include bottom, top, left and right hand portions 110,112, 114, and 116, that form a generally rectangular shape. A peripheral portion of front face wall 106 may be connected to outstanding peripheral front face wall 104 by means of a closure 122, such that a portion or region 118 of wall structure 100 may open to provide access to an enclosed space, indicated generally as 120,°into which an object may be placed.
That object may be a foldable covering member 130, such as may be a folded ground sheet, or blanket 132. Blanket 132 may be made of a wool or synthetic wool, or thick expanded polyester cloth material, such as may tend to have greater thickness than, for example, a linen sheet.
Furthermore, blanket 132, when folded, may have sufficient resiliency to function as a cushion when enclosed in second portion 24.
Second portion 24 may be detachably secured to first portion 22. For example, a detachable tracked fastener 134 may have halves that run along the upper edge of back wall 102 of wall structure 100, and along the upper margin of rear wall panel 34, respectively, thereby connecting them together when the tracked fastener is engaged. In addition, a second securement fitting, or fittings 136 may be mounted to connect regions of back wall 102 and rear wall panel 34, and may serve to encourage second portion 24 to stay in position relative to first

-7-portion 22 in a substantially planar, or back-to-back orientation. Securement fittings 136 may be engageable hook-and-eye fabric strips such as sold under the trademark "Velcro". Second portion 24 may also include a carrying member, be it a handle 140, as may be mounted along top portion 112 of wall structure 100.
Second portion 24 may have a footprint, which is to say, the projected profile of back wall 102, for example, that falls substantially within a range that is less than 20 % greater in either height, h, or width, w, than the corresponding area of rear wall panel 34 of first portion 22, in one or both of height and width, and which may be more than 75 % of the height, or width, or both, of rear wall panel 34 of first portion 22. In one embodiment, second portion 24 may be of substantially the same width as rear wall panel 34. The height of second portion 24 may be substantially the same as, or less than, the height of first portion 22. The height of second portion 24 may be less than the height of first portion 22 by an amount that is greater than, or substantially equal to, the thickness of handle 140, such that the extent that handle 140 may protrude upward may be such as to lie below, or substantially flush with, top wall panel 40. The lower margin of second portion 24 may be mounted (when second portion 24 is attached to first portion 22) in a position that is substantially flush with the bottom margin of rear wall panel 34 of first portion 22. Further, second portion 24 may have substantially the same width as a single seat of a bleacher. For example, the width of second portion 24 may be in the range of greater than 10 inches, to about 20 inches, and may be in the range of about 12 to 16 inches. The aspect ratio of the short side to the long side may be in the range of 3/5 to 1:1, and may be in the range of about'/4, +/- 10 %.
In an unfolded condition, blanket 132 may have an area that is in the range of 15 to 40 times the nominal area of the footprint of second portion 24 when used as a cushion. In one embodiment it may be about 25 times as large, +/- 20 %. Alternatively, in a folded condition, blanket 132 may be folded to give a number of plies that is in the range of 10 to 30, and in one embodiment may be about 16 plies (+/- 4).
In an alternate embodiment, shown in Figure 5c, an insulated container assembly 150 may be substantially the same as insulated container assembly 20, but, in addition, may include a portable sound projecting system 152, such as may include a radio 154 or CD
player 156 or both.
Although the embodiments illustrated and described above are preferred, the principles of the present invention are not limited to these specific examples, which are given by way of illustration. Since changes in or additions to the above-described embodiments, or both, may be _8_ made without departing from the nature, spirit or scope of the invention, the invention is not to be limited to those details.

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Claims We claim:
1. A soft sided insulated container assembly including:

an insulated wall structure having a first, insulated, chamber defined therein and a first closure member operable to govern access to said chamber;

an auxiliary wall structure releasably attached thereto, said auxiliary wall structure having a second chamber defined therein, said auxiliary wall structure having a second closure member governing access to said second chamber; and a pliable resilient member, said pliable resilient member being movable between a first, folded position within said auxiliary wall structure, and a second, unfolded position;

in said second, unfolded position said pliable resilient member having a plan form extent more than 10 times as great as when in said folded position; and said auxiliary wall structure having a profile of a size comparable to, or smaller than, said insulated wall structure.
2. The soft-sided insulated container assembly of claim 1 wherein, in said folded position, said pliable resilient member has a number of plies that is in the range of 10 to 30.
3. The soft-sided insulated container assembly of claim 2 wherein said number of plies is in the range 12 to 20.
4. The soft-sided insulated container of claim 1 wherein said insulated wall structure is movable between an expanded position and a collapsed position.
5. The soft-sided insulated container of claim 4 further comprising securement fittings operable to secure said insulated wall structure in said collapsed position.
6. The soft-sided insulated container of claim 1 wherein said insulated wall structure further comprises and externally accessible beverage container accommodation
7. The soft-sided insulated container of claim 1 wherein said auxiliary wall structure is a cushion.
8. The soft-sided insulated container of claim 7 wherein said cushion employs said resilient pliable member as a stuffing therefore.
9. The soft-sided insulated container of claim 8 wherein when said resilient pliable member is folded and located within said auxiliary wall structure, said resilient pliable member has at least ten folded plies.
10. The soft-sided insulated container of claim 12 wherein said container further includes a sound reproduction device.
11. A soft-sided insulated container assembly comprising:
a six-sided thermally insulated container;
a second soft-sided enclosure detachably mounted to said thermally insulated container;
said thermally insulated container having a height and a width;
said second, soft sided container having a large side of comparable extent to said height and width of said thermally insulated container;
said second, soft-sided container being detachable from said thermally insulated container and, when so detached, being operable as a cushion;
said second, soft-sided container having a closure member operable to govern access thereto;

said second, soft-sided container having a cushioning material stored therein;
said cushioning material being unfodable, and, in an unfolded position, said cushioning material being operable as a blanket.
12. The soft-sided insulated container assembly of claim 11 further comprising a beverage holder socket mounted to said thermally insulated container, said socket being externally accessible.
13. The soft-sided insulated container assembly of claim 11 further comprising sound reproduction apparatus.
14. The soft-sided insulated container assembly of claim 11 wherein said second soft-sided container and said thermally insulated container, when attached, are connected in a back-to-back manner.
15. The soft-sided insulated container assembly of claim 11 wherein said second soft-sided container and said thermally insulated container, when attached, are connected across mutual upper margins of opposed sides, and in another region distant from said upper margins.
16. The soft sided insulated container assembly of claim 11 wherein, when mounted to said thermally insulated container, said second soft-sided container has a profile that lies one of (a) flush with; and (b) shy of, a corresponding profile of said thermally insulated container.
17. The soft-sided insulated container assembly of claim 11 wherein said thermally insulated container is movable between an extended position and a collapsible position.
18. The soft-sided container assembly of claim 17 wherein said thermally insulated container has releasable securements that are operable to retain said thermally insulated container in said collapsed position.
19. The soft-sided container assembly of claim 11 wherein:
said thermally insulated container is movable to a collapsed position, and is securable in said collapsed position;

when attached, said second soft-sided container is mounted in a back-to back fashion on said thermally insulated container;
when attached, said second soft-sided container has a profile that is one of (a) flush with, and (b) shy of, a corresponding profile of said thermally insulated container, in both width and height;
said cushioning material is a blanket that may be removed entirely from said second soft-sided container;

said thermally insulated container has at least one beverage receptacle mounted thereto;
said thermally insulated container has a first lifting member; and said second container has a second lifting member.
20. The soft-sided container of claim 19 wherein said container assembly has at least one of (a) a CD player; and (b) a radio, mounted thereto.
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