ES2264634B1 - child seat. - Google Patents

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ES2264634B1
ES2264634B1 ES200500780A ES200500780A ES2264634B1 ES 2264634 B1 ES2264634 B1 ES 2264634B1 ES 200500780 A ES200500780 A ES 200500780A ES 200500780 A ES200500780 A ES 200500780A ES 2264634 B1 ES2264634 B1 ES 2264634B1
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Joaquim Jane Stopp
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47DFURNITURE SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR CHILDREN
    • A47D13/00Other nursery furniture
    • A47D13/02Baby-carriers; Carry-cots
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43DMACHINES, TOOLS, EQUIPMENT OR METHODS FOR MANUFACTURING OR REPAIRING FOOTWEAR
    • A43D13/00Machines for pulling-over the uppers when loosely laid upon the last and tacking the toe end
    • A43D13/02Devices for locating caps or stiffeners on pulling-over machines

Abstract

The child seat (1) comprises a rotating handle (2) with respect to the rest of the seat (1) that can be stably placed in a plurality of positions, and is characterized by the fact that it comprises means (7, 8) for the automatic return of said handle (2) to one of said stable positions. Said automatic return means of the handle to one of said stable positions comprise elastic means (7) formed by at least one spring (7) integral with the seat (1) linked to a body (8) integral with the handle (2), so that said wheel (7) tends to push said body (8) to a position where the spring (7) is extended, forcing the handle (2) to be placed in one of said stable positions. Allows the handle to automatically return to one of these stable positions.

Description

Child seat

The present invention relates to a seat infantile, which comprises a rotating handle that is placed so stable in a plurality of positions.

Background of the invention

Children seats are currently known provided with a rotating handle that can be placed stably in various positions.

For example, this handle is designed to transport the seat when it is in its substantially vertical position, as a support on the ground when it is in a backward inclined position, and when it is used as a car safety seat when it is placed in a position interme-
day.

A seat of this type is described by example, in utility model U200002304, of the same owner as The present application.

The child seat described in this model of utility comprises a lever provided on the top of the handle to place it in any of these positions. This model of utility also describes the mechanism that is used to change The position handle.

Although this mechanism works and fulfills its function, it has been seen that the handle can remain between two of said positions accidentally, being able to turn the handle freely until the next stable position.

Description of the invention

With the child seat of the invention, They manage to solve the aforementioned problems, presenting other advantages to be described.

The child seat of the present invention it comprises a rotating handle with respect to the rest of the seat that can stably placed in a plurality of positions, and characterized by the fact that it comprises means for return automatic of said handle to one of said stable positions.

In this way, you accidentally prevent the handle is placed between two stable positions.

Advantageously, said return means automatic handle to one of said stable positions comprise elastic means.

According to a preferred embodiment, said means elastics are formed by at least one spring attached to the seat linked to a body integral to the handle, so that said spring tends to push said body to a position where the spring is extended, corresponding to said predetermined position of the handle.

According to said embodiment, said spring is housed in a bushing integral to the seat, said said cap a plurality of starters, one for each position stable handle, where a complementary projection can be accommodated provided on the handle.

Preferably, said complementary projection it is movable between two positions, a resting position, in where the projection is housed in one of said entrances, and a drive position, in which the handle can be turned.

Brief description of the drawings

For a better understanding of how much has been exposed Some drawings are accompanied in which, schematically and only to non-limiting example title, a case study of realization.

Figure 1 is a perspective view of the child seat of the present invention;

Figure 2 is a schematic elevation view side of the bottom of the handle included in the child seat of the present invention in its position of use;

Figure 3 is a schematic elevation view side of the bushing where the lower part of the handle is housed, the spring being in its extended position;

Figure 4 is a schematic elevation view side of the bottom of the handle included in the child seat of the present invention in its position change position; Y

Figure 5 is a schematic side elevation view of the bushing where the lower part of the handle is housed, the spring being in its compressed position.
gives.

Description of a preferred embodiment

As can be seen in Figure 1, the child seat of the present invention, generally indicated by reference number 1, it comprises a handle 2 which is rotating around seat 1, being able to be placed in a plurality of stable positions. The rest of the parts of child seat 1 shown in figure 1 are not described because they are known and not part of the present invention.

In Figures 2 and 4 a lower end of handle 2 in side elevation.

Each end of handle 2 is housed in a socket 3 integral to the seat 1, which is represented in figures 3 and 5.

The handle 2 comprises means for locking the handle in a plurality of stable positions, three in the case of the embodiment shown, and means for the automatic return of the handle to one of said positions.
nes.

The blocking means comprise a projection 4 solidarity in rotation with the handle 2 that is housed in a recess 5 provided in said bush 3. In the embodiment shown, the socket 3 comprises three recesses 5, each corresponding to each stable position of the handle 2.

Said projection 4 is movable between a locked position, in which the protrusion 4 is inside of a recess 5 (figures 2 and 3) and a release position, in the that the projection 4 is outside said recesses 5 (figures 4 and 5). Said projection 4 is associated with springs 6, which tend to keep said projection 4 in the locked position.

The means of automatic return of handle 2 to a stable position comprise a spring 7 housed in said bushing, which is in contact at one end with a body 8 solidarity in rotation with the handle 2.

The rotation of the handle 2, and consequently of the body 8, causes the spring 7 to compress, as it can can be seen in figure 5.

If accidentally the handle 2 is in a intermediate position between two stable positions, as in the figure 5, the thrust of the spring 7 when extending causes movement of the body 8 in the direction shown by the arrow, which causes its once the movement of the projection 4, entering into one of said incoming 5. In this way, handle 2 cannot be kept in a intermediate position between two stable positions.

Although reference has been made to a Concrete embodiment of the invention is evident to an expert in the matter that the described child seat is susceptible to numerous variations and modifications, and that all the details mentioned can be substituted by others technically equivalent, without departing from the scope of protection defined by the attached claims.

Claims (5)

1. Child seat (1), comprising a rotating handle (2) with respect to the rest of the seat (1) that can be stably placed in a plurality of positions, characterized by the fact that it comprises means (7, 8) for the automatic return of said handle (2) to one of said stable positions.
2. Child seat according to claim 1, characterized in that said automatic return means of the handle to one of said stable positions comprise elastic means (7).
3. Child seat according to claim 2, characterized in that said elastic means are formed by at least one spring (7) integral to the seat (1) linked to a body (8) integral to the handle (2), so that said spring (7) tends to push said body (8) to a position where the spring (7) is extended, forcing the handle (2) to be placed in one of said stable positions.
4. Child seat according to claim 3, characterized in that said spring (7) is housed in a bushing (3) integral with the seat (1), said bushing (3) comprising a plurality of recesses (5), one for each stable position of the handle (2), where a complementary projection (4) provided in the handle (2) can be accommodated.
5. Child seat according to claim 4, characterized in that said complementary projection (4) is movable between two positions, a resting position, wherein the projection (4) is housed in one of said recesses (5), and an actuation position, in which the handle (2) can be rotated.
ES200500780A 2005-04-05 2005-04-05 child seat. Expired - Fee Related ES2264634B1 (en)

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ES200500780A ES2264634B1 (en) 2005-04-05 2005-04-05 child seat.
CNB2006800162230A CN100556732C (en) 2005-04-05 2006-03-29 Baby seat
EP20060725394 EP1866180B1 (en) 2005-04-05 2006-03-29 Infant seat
PCT/EP2006/061138 WO2006106063A1 (en) 2005-04-05 2006-03-29 Infant seat
ES06725394T ES2341992T3 (en) 2005-04-05 2006-03-29 child seat.
AT06725394T AT461839T (en) 2005-04-05 2006-03-29 Child seat
DE200660013105 DE602006013105D1 (en) 2005-04-05 2006-03-29 Child seat

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