JP2001072157A - Case for storing raincoat - Google Patents

Case for storing raincoat

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JP2001072157A
JP2001072157A JP24726399A JP24726399A JP2001072157A JP 2001072157 A JP2001072157 A JP 2001072157A JP 24726399 A JP24726399 A JP 24726399A JP 24726399 A JP24726399 A JP 24726399A JP 2001072157 A JP2001072157 A JP 2001072157A
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raincoat
storage case
lid
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Satoru Shiga
悟 志賀
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Rogosu Corp:Kk
株式会社ロゴスコーポレーション
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(57) [Summary] [Object] To provide a raincoat storage case that can be easily and efficiently displayed and that can be reused for storage. A pair of opposing cover pieces 20 and 30 are provided on an upper end edge of a cylindrical case body 10 having a closed lower end and an open upper end, which is elongated left and right in a plan view. 20 and 30 are made integrally from waterproof paper. A hanging hole 40 is opened at the center of the mating portion 22 which is located at the upper end of each of the lid pieces 20 having a long width and overlapped with each other. The paired lid pieces 20 are provided with engaging members 50 on both left and right sides of the hanging hole 40, and the lid pieces 40 can be freely attached to obtain the raincoat storage case 1 according to the present invention. . When storing,
The center of the upper end portion of the short cover piece 20 is valley-folded so that the folding portion 33 is sandwiched between the joining portions 22 while the two joining portions 2 are sandwiched.
2 are overlapped, the engaging member 50 is engaged, and the lid is closed.

Description

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

[0001]

The present invention relates to a raincoat storage case. More specifically, the present invention relates to a raincoat storage case that can be used for display as it is and that can store a slightly wet raincoat after use.

[0002]

2. Description of the Related Art Raincoats are often folded and stored in storage bags. This storage bag has been made from a waterproof plastic sheet such as vinyl, for example, in a substantially rectangular shape in plan view. When this storage bag is used, it is necessary to stack the bags or arrange the bags upside down when displaying them at the store, and the display efficiency is poor and the display work is very troublesome. In view of this point, a new storage bag has been devised in which the shape of the storage bag is made substantially cylindrical at the time of storage, and the storage bag is provided with a suspension ring that can be hung by a hook or the like.

[0003] The storage bag can be exhibited simply by hanging it on a display hook or the like. However, since the storage bags have a substantially cylindrical shape, they cannot be stacked and displayed, and there is a problem that a large space is required for display hooks.

Therefore, a new storage case that can be stacked or suspended has been devised. FIG. 5 is a perspective view of the storage case 51. The storage case 51 is made of a slightly thick paper or the like in a substantially box-like shape, and the upper end of the storage case 51 is provided for hanging. Hole 55
Has been established.

[0005]

This storage case 10
1 is produced in the same manner as a so-called milk pack. That is, a cylindrical case body 102 having a closed lower end is used, and the upper end of the cover piece 103 is folded inward from both left and right sides so as to be folded inward from the left and right sides. The opening is closed by overlapping. Then, the joining portion 104 that is overlapped when closed is joined with an adhesive, a staple, or the like.

The hanging hole 105 is provided in the mating portion 1.
04, one eyelet 106 is provided in the hanging hole 105 in a state where the two mating portions 104 are overlapped. In this way, the peripheral edge of the hanging hole 105 is reinforced by the eyelets 106, and the opening is not easily opened.

However, with such a structure, in order to take out the raincoat from the storage case 101, it is necessary to tear open the joint 104 from the position of the hanging hole 105 or the like. For this reason, the matching unit 104
Once the is opened and the raincoat is taken out, the fitting unit 104 cannot be closed again. Therefore, when the raincoat is stored using the storage case 101, the upper end of the storage case 101 is left open, so that the storage case cannot be reused and the raincoat is stored in the storage case 101. Was unsuitable.

The present invention has been made in view of the above-mentioned problems of the prior art, and can be easily and efficiently displayed.
Moreover, it is an object of the present invention to provide a raincoat storage case that can be reused for storage.

[0009]

According to the first aspect of the present invention, there is provided a raincoat storage case, comprising: a case body having an open upper end; and a pair of a pair of extending upper ends respectively opposed to the case body. A lid piece, wherein the case body and the lid piece are raincoat storage cases made of waterproof paper, and at least a pair of engaging members are provided at upper end portions of the pair of lid pieces; And a hanging hole is formed at the upper end of each of the lid pieces.

The raincoat storage case according to the second aspect of the present invention is made of a waterproof paper box having an open upper end.
Are folded inward from the center thereof, and a pair of opposing second upper ends remaining so as to sandwich the folded first upper end are overlapped, and the opening is closed. The coat storage case is characterized in that an attachment member is provided at the overlapping portion to be overlapped, and a hanging hole is opened in the joining portion.

The raincoat storage case according to the third aspect of the present invention is characterized in that an eyelet for reinforcement is provided at a peripheral portion of each of the hanging holes.

[0012]

FIG. 1 is a schematic perspective view of a raincoat storage case 1 according to one embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 2 shows a state in which the raincoat storage case 1 shown in FIG. 1 is opened. It is a schematic perspective view.

As shown in FIG. 2, the raincoat storage case 1 has a cylindrical case body 10 having a closed lower end and an opening at the upper end, and two sets of sets extending from the upper end edge of the case main body 10. There are lid pieces 20 and 30 facing each other.
Note that the alternate long and short dash line in each drawing indicates a bending line.

The case body 10 and four lid pieces 20, 30
Are integrally formed from waterproof paper, and when unsealed as shown in FIG. 2, a box-shaped object having an upper end opened as a whole. The case main body 10 has a rectangular shape in which one width is longer than the other width in plan view. Accordingly, the width of one set of the lid pieces 20 on the front of the two sets of the pair of the lid pieces 20 and 30 is the same as that of the remaining left and right lid pieces 30.
It is longer than the width.

The lid 20 having a long width is used to cover the opening from both sides of the case body 10 in a mountain shape.
Each lid piece 20 is connected to the opening edge of the case body 10, that is, FIG.
And a cover 21 that is folded inward at the position of the dashed line a to cover the opening, extends above the cover 21, is further folded upward at the position of the dashed line B, and overlaps each other. And a mating portion 22. That is, each lid piece 20 having a long lateral width is mountain-folded at the opening edge of the case body 10, and the upper end of each lid piece 20 is further valley-folded, so that the joining portion 22 of the two lid pieces 20 is overlapped. Thus, the opening is covered by the pair of cover pieces 20.

Each fitting portion 22 of the lid piece 20 has a hanging hole 40 at the center in the width direction. The hanging holes 40 are provided so as to substantially overlap when the two mating portions 22 are overlapped. In addition, these 2
Each of the hanging holes 40 is provided with a reinforcing eyelet 41.

Further, the joining portion 22 is provided with engaging members 50 on the left and right sides of the hanging hole 40. Here, the engaging member 50 used in the present invention is composed of two members forming a male and female pair such as, for example, a snap or a hook-and-loop fastener. What can be separated and separated is used.
Further, in the present invention, any fastening member 50 can be used as long as it fulfills such a function, but it is preferable to use a snap having a high fastening strength. If the fastening member 50 having a low fastening strength is used, the fastening member 50 naturally separates depending on the manner of storing the raincoat, and may not be able to function as a lid. is there.

The engaging member 50 is provided at a position where the two mating portions 22 can be engaged. That is, as described below, it is necessary to prevent the engagement by the folded portion 33 of the lid piece 30 having a small width. The engaging portion 22 is engaged by the engaging member 50, and the case body 1 is
0 The top opening can be closed.

The left and right lateral lid pieces 30 are left and right lateral holes formed when the opening is closed by the above-mentioned long lateral lid piece 20 (in FIG. 1, they do not appear because they are closed by the lid piece 30).
It is for closing off. Each short piece 30 of this short width
The opening 31 of the case body 10, ie, a triangular covering portion 31 that is folded inward at a position indicated by a dashed dotted line C shown in FIG. 2 and covers the side hole, and is located on both left and right sides of the covering portion 31, A joining portion 32 that is folded at the position indicated by the one-dot broken line and overlaps the long covering portion 21;
1 and is folded inward from the center thereof, that is, at a position indicated by a dashed-dotted line E, to form the joining portion 2 having a long width.
2 and a folding part 33 sandwiched between the two. That is, each of the cover pieces 30 having a short width is mountain-folded at the opening edge of the case body 10, and further, is trough-folded at the center from both sides of each of the cover pieces 30. Sandwiched between. Thus, the left and right side holes are covered by the cover pieces 20.

The case 1 for storing the raincoat is used with the upper end of the case opened as shown in FIG. After storing the raincoat folded from this opening, the long lid pieces 20 are piled up at the position of the one-dot broken line a so as to be mountain-folded, and at the same time, the left and right lid pieces 30 are pushed inward from the center thereof. At the position of the dashed-dotted line c, a mountain fold, at the position of the dashed-dotted line d and at the position of e, fold at the position of the dashed-dotted line B, and at the position of the dashed-dotted line b, fold the matching portion 22 of the long lid piece 20, The joining portions 22 are overlapped, the engaging member 50 is engaged, and the opening is closed.

The storage case 1 in which the raincoat is stored as described above is suspended from the suspension holes 40 through the display hooks, and can be easily displayed. In addition, they can be stacked and displayed without being hung on the display hook.

At the time of unsealing, the engaging member 50 is separated, the upper end of the storage case 1 is opened, and the raincoat is taken out. Further, after use, the raincoat can be folded and stored again through the opening, and the engaging member 50 can be again engaged and covered by the above-described method.

As described above, in the raincoat storage case 1 according to the present invention, the opening of the storage case 1 can be repeatedly covered or opened by the engaging member 50. For this reason, the raincoat can be taken out without breaking the lid piece 20, and it is reusable and very convenient without being disposable.

Further, since the entire storage case 1 is made of waterproof paper, even if the raincoat is stored in a slightly wet state after use, it does not break or lose its shape, and the raincoat after use is very preserved. This is very convenient in that it can be made simple and convenient.

In the above-described embodiment, the state in which the entire case is substantially sealed has been described. However, in the present invention, the entire case is substantially box-shaped, and the upper end of the case main body 10 having an open upper end is opposed to the opposing upper edge. The opening at the upper end of the case body 10 is made openable and closable by engaging and disengaging a pair of extended lid pieces 20 with an engaging member 50. Therefore, the structure of the remaining lid piece 20 that covers the left and right lateral holes formed by the lid piece 20 is not critical, and any structure may be used. For example, FIG.
As shown in FIG. 2, the upper end of the lid 30 having a short width shown in FIG. FIG.
It is also possible to manufacture the storage case 1 without providing the cover piece 30 having a short width as shown in FIG.

In the above-described embodiment, a rectangular box-like shape which is long in the left and right directions in plan view has been described. However, a square box-like shape in plan view may be used. Further, in the case where it is manufactured as a square box shape, the engaging member 50 is attached to one of the lid pieces 20.
However, in the case where it is made long in the left and right directions, it is preferable to provide the engaging member 50 on the lid piece 20 having a long width as in the above embodiment. This is because when the cover piece 30 is provided with a short width, the cover piece 30 may not be sufficiently engaged.

In the above embodiment, the engaging member 50 is composed of two members forming a male and female pair such as a snap and a hook-and-loop fastener. However, an adhesive tape or the like which can be repeatedly bonded is used. Of course, there may be.

[0028]

According to the first aspect of the present invention, the case includes a case main body having an open upper end, and a pair of lid pieces each extending from the upper end edge of the case main body facing each other. The main body and the lid piece are raincoat storage cases made of waterproof paper, and at least a pair of engaging members are provided at upper end portions of the pair of lid pieces so that the pair of lid pieces can be freely attached. Therefore, the raincoat can be stored again after opening, and the lid piece can be re-engaged.

Further, since the lid piece is fixed by the fixing member, the opening can be kept closed without using eyelets. Therefore, opening can be performed without breaking the hanging hole at the time of opening.

Further, since the entire case is made of waterproof paper, even if the raincoat is stored while it is slightly wet, it will not be hardly displaced.

According to the invention described in claim 2 of the present application,
It is made of a waterproof paper box having an open upper end, and a pair of opposing first upper ends of the box are each folded inward from the center thereof, and the folded first upper end is formed. In the raincoat storage case in which the pair of opposing second upper ends remaining so as to sandwich it are overlapped and the opening is closed, an engaging member is provided at the overlapped joining portion, so that the case is opened. Later, the raincoat can be stored again and the lid piece can be re-engaged.

Further, since the lid piece is fixed by the fixing member, the opening can be kept closed without using eyelets. Therefore, opening can be performed without breaking the hanging hole at the time of opening.

Furthermore, since the entire case is made of waterproof paper, even if it is stored with the raincoat slightly wet, it will not lose its shape.

Furthermore, in the invention according to the third aspect of the present invention, since the reinforcing eyelets are provided on the peripheral portion of each of the hanging holes, the hanging holes can be displayed and stored on display hooks or the like. Is not easily damaged.

As described above, according to the present invention, it is possible to provide a raincoat storage case that can be reused for storage again after opening and is convenient for display storage.

[Brief description of the drawings]

FIG. 1 is a schematic perspective view of a raincoat storage case according to an embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 2 is a schematic perspective view showing a state where the raincoat storage case shown in FIG. 1 is opened.

FIG. 3 is a schematic perspective view showing a state in which a raincoat storage case according to another embodiment of the present invention is opened.

FIG. 4 is a schematic perspective view showing a state in which a raincoat storage case according to still another embodiment of the present invention is opened.

FIG. 5 is a schematic perspective view of a conventional raincoat storage case.

[Explanation of symbols]

 DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Raincoat storage case according to the present invention 10 Case body 20 Lid piece 21 having a long width 21 Covering part 22 Fitting part 30 Lid piece 31 having a short width 31 Covering part 32 Fitting part 33 Folding part 40 Hanging hole 40 41 Eyelet 50 Dressing material

──────────────────────────────────────────────────続 き Continued on the front page (51) Int.Cl. 7 Identification symbol FI theme coat ゛ (Reference) B65D 81/24 B65D 81/24 EF term (Reference) 3E060 AA05 AB04 BA05 BC04 BC08 CA02 CA13 CA23 CB02 CG03 CG04 CG12 DA16 DA21 EA15 3E062 AA20 AB07 GA01 GA07 GB01 GC04 JB23 JC05 3E067 AA11 AB71 AC01 BA06A BB03A BC06A CA05 CA07 EA23 EC21 FA01 FC01 3E068 AA14 AB03 AC10 BB01 CC04 CE01 CE02 DD01 DD30 DE11 EE25 EE25 EE31

Claims (3)

[Claims]
1. A case body having an open upper end, and a pair of lid pieces extending from opposite upper edges of the case body, wherein the case body and the lid piece are made of waterproof paper. A raincoat storage case, comprising at least a pair of engaging members at upper end portions of the pair of lid pieces, the pair of lid pieces being freely attachable, and being suspended at an upper end portion of each of the lid pieces. A raincoat storage case characterized by opening a lower hole.
2. A box made of waterproof paper having an open upper end, and a pair of opposing first upper ends of the box are folded inward from the center thereof, and the box is folded. In a raincoat storage case in which a pair of opposing second upper ends remaining so as to sandwich the first upper end are overlapped and the opening is closed, an engaging member is provided at the overlapped joining portion. In addition, a raincoat storage case, wherein a hanging hole is opened in the matching portion.
3. The raincoat storage case according to claim 1, wherein a reinforcing eyelet is provided at a peripheral portion of each of the hanging holes.
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Cited By (3)

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Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
JP2007098629A (en) * 2005-09-30 2007-04-19 Fujifilm Corp Packaging body for lithographic printing plate and packaging apparatus
GB2474358A (en) * 2009-10-08 2011-04-13 Ds Smith Packaging Ltd Packaging carton with drain-hole eyelet and concave lid
JP2015030368A (en) * 2013-08-02 2015-02-16 三菱航空機株式会社 Life jacket case and aircraft

Cited By (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
JP2007098629A (en) * 2005-09-30 2007-04-19 Fujifilm Corp Packaging body for lithographic printing plate and packaging apparatus
GB2474358A (en) * 2009-10-08 2011-04-13 Ds Smith Packaging Ltd Packaging carton with drain-hole eyelet and concave lid
JP2015030368A (en) * 2013-08-02 2015-02-16 三菱航空機株式会社 Life jacket case and aircraft

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