JP5119415B2 - Buckle device - Google Patents

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JP5119415B2
JP5119415B2 JP2010004280A JP2010004280A JP5119415B2 JP 5119415 B2 JP5119415 B2 JP 5119415B2 JP 2010004280 A JP2010004280 A JP 2010004280A JP 2010004280 A JP2010004280 A JP 2010004280A JP 5119415 B2 JP5119415 B2 JP 5119415B2
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勇 辰野
文明 真崎
岳史 辰野
秀雄 鷹取
隆史 数見
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  The present invention relates to a buckle device used when an object such as a shoe is detachably fixed to a member to be fixed such as a crampon, a snow shoe, a ski, a snow board, and a bedal.

  Conventionally, for example, a buckle device has been employed as a means for detachably fixing a shoe to a member to be fixed such as crampons, snowshoes, skis, snowboards, and vedals. As such a buckle device, for example, an attachment fitting attached to the first position of the outer shell of the ski boot, a hook ring attached to one end of the attachment fitting, and a tiltable movement with respect to the attachment fitting. A hook with a tightening lever provided on the outer shell, and a hook formed on a tip of a ratchet belt that engages with a lock member attached to the second position of the outer shell. A ratchet-type buckle for ski boots has been introduced in which the ski boots are tightened and released by hooking and raising and lowering the tightening lever. (For example, refer to Patent Document 1).

  A housing, a ratchet belt (strap) formed with a plurality of teeth on the surface and slidably received in the housing, and pivotally mounted on the housing around a first axis at a predetermined position; And a tab that engages the ratchet belt when turning, and means for biasing the tab to engage the teeth on the ratchet belt, the tabs engaging the teeth In some cases, the ratchet belt is configured to move in a first direction relative to the tab, but not to move in a second direction substantially opposite to the first direction. Also disclosed is a ratchet-type buckle further comprising a lever arm pivotally mounted to the housing about a second axis and about a second axis spaced from the first axis. (For example, refer to Patent Document 2).

  In addition, a ratchet belt having continuous teeth, a buckle body, driving means for inserting the ratchet belt through the buckle body, and movement of the ratchet belt in one direction relative to the buckle body are restricted. And a means for releasing the means for restricting the movement in the one direction, and a lever for rotating the pinion engaged with the teeth of the ratchet belt is pivotally supported on the buckle body, and A ratchet type buckle device is also introduced in which a ratchet belt movement stopper that engages with the teeth of the ratchet belt is attached to the buckle body, and the ratchet belt is moved in one direction by the rotation of the lever. (For example, refer to Patent Document 3).

Utility Model Registration No. 2528988 Utility Model Registration No. 3036175 JP-A-8-242907

  The ratchet type buckle device as described in Patent Documents 1 to 3 can widen the adjustment range of the tightening amount with respect to the fixed member of the shoe by selecting the position of the teeth formed on the ratchet belt. it can. However, since the ratchet belt is locked and released by a lever raising / lowering operation, for example, in the case of a buckle device that releases the lock by pushing down the lever, the lock between the shoe and the fixed member is maintained. Under certain circumstances, when the lever hits something, the lever may be pushed down and the lock may be released unexpectedly. On the other hand, in the case of a buckle device that releases the lock by pushing up the lever, the lever is pushed up by being caught on a branch or the like in a situation where it is desired to maintain the lock between the shoe and the fixed member. The lock may be unexpectedly released.

  The present invention has been made in view of such circumstances, and of course, when the object is fixed to the member to be fixed, the adjustment range of the tightening amount can be widened, the object and the member to be fixed. It is an object of the present invention to provide a buckle device capable of preventing the lock from being released unexpectedly under a situation where it is desired to maintain the lock.

  In order to achieve this object, the present invention provides a buckle device for removably fixing an object to a fixed member, wherein the ratchet belt has a plurality of teeth formed on at least a part of a surface thereof, and the ratchet belt is inserted through the buckle device. And a buckle portion that is movable relative to the inserted ratchet belt and that locks and unlocks the ratchet belt, the buckle portion being pivotally supported by the base and the base so as to be rotatable. And a lever formed with a first engaging portion that removably engages with the teeth of the ratchet belt, and is pivotally supported by the base and is engaged with and disengaged from the teeth of the ratchet belt. A plurality of locking portions formed with second engaging portions that can be engaged to lock the teeth, and the front, the lever, and the plurality of locking portions between the front, A space through which the ratchet belt can be inserted is formed, and when the lever rotates in the first direction, the first engaging portion engages with the teeth of the inserted ratchet belt, When rotating in a second direction opposite to the first direction, the engagement is released, and the rotation causes the buckle part to move relative to the ratchet belt, whereby the plurality of lock parts are The present invention provides a buckle device that releases the lock when rotated in the first direction and locks the teeth of the ratchet belt when rotated in the second direction.

  Since this buckle device has a configuration in which the buckle portion is moved relative to the ratchet belt by rotating the lever, when the object is fastened to the fixed member and fixed, the amount of the relative movement is determined. Thus, the adjustment range of the tightening amount can be widened. In addition, since there are a plurality of the lock portions, even if one lock portion releases the lock in a situation where it is desired to maintain the lock between the object and the fixed member, the other lock portion Since the locked state is maintained, the lock can be prevented from being released unexpectedly. Therefore, safety can be ensured.

  As an embodiment of the buckle device according to the present invention, the lever is pivotally supported at the tip on the side of the relative movement direction by the rotation, and the first engaging portion is in the relative movement direction by the rotation. The structure formed in the front end surface of the side can be mentioned. By configuring in this way, the lever (operating point) away from the pivot support position (fulcrum) of the lever is operated to rotate the lever, and the buckle portion is made relative to the inserted ratchet belt. The force required for movement can be reduced. Therefore, in addition to the above advantages, the operability of the buckle device can be improved.

  The buckle device according to the present invention further includes a biasing member that biases the lever in the second direction, and the lever resists the biasing force of the biasing member in the first direction. It can comprise so that it may rotate. By comprising in this way, it can prevent that the said lever turning until the force more than predetermined is applied to the said lever.

  In addition, as an embodiment of the buckle device according to the present invention, a configuration in which the plurality of lock portions are respectively disposed on both sides substantially perpendicular to the relative movement direction with the lever interposed therebetween. By comprising in this way, a some lock | rock part can be arrange | positioned mutually apart. Therefore, in addition to the advantages described above, in order to maintain the lock between the object and the member to be fixed, the plurality of lock portions are simultaneously rotated in the first direction (the direction in which the lock is released). It is possible to reduce the possibility that the power is unexpectedly applied. For this reason, more safety can be ensured.

  The buckle device according to the present invention further includes a biasing member that biases each of the plurality of lock portions in the second direction, and each of the lock portions includes a biasing force of each of the biasing members. It can be configured to rotate in the first direction against the above. By configuring in this way, it is possible to prevent the plurality of lock portions from rotating in the first direction (the direction in which the lock is released) until a force of a predetermined level or more is applied to the plurality of lock portions. it can. Therefore, more safety can be ensured.

  Further, as one embodiment of the buckle device according to the present invention, the plurality of lock portions are supported by tip portions on the relative movement direction side by the rotation, and the second engagement portion is The structure formed in the front-end | tip part on the opposite side to the front-end | tip part supported by the axis | shaft can be mentioned.

  In the buckle device according to the present invention, when the buckle portion relatively moves by the rotation, the second engaging portion slides on the tooth surface of the ratchet belt through which the second engaging portion is inserted in the relative movement direction. It can be configured to be movable. By comprising in this way, in addition to the said advantage, the operativity at the time of moving the said buckle part relatively with respect to the said inserted ratchet belt can be improved more.

  The buckle device according to the present invention allows the adjustment range of the tightening amount for fixing the object to the fixed member to be the relative movement amount by moving the buckle portion relative to the ratchet belt by lever operation that can be performed with one hand. Therefore, the operability and fit can be improved. In addition, since there are a plurality of the lock portions, even if one lock portion releases the lock in a situation where it is desired to maintain the lock between the object and the fixed member, the other lock portion Since the locked state is maintained, the lock can be prevented from being released unexpectedly, and as a result, safety can be improved.

It is a perspective view of the buckle device concerning the embodiment of the present invention. It is a side view of the buckle apparatus shown in FIG. It is a top view of the buckle apparatus shown in FIG. It is a rear view of the buckle apparatus shown in FIG. It is a front view of the buckle apparatus shown in FIG. It is a disassembled perspective view of the buckle apparatus shown in FIG. It is a side view which shows typically the position of the lever and lock | rock part when the buckle apparatus shown in FIG. 1 is in a locked state. It is a rear view which shows typically the buckle apparatus shown in FIG. It is a side view which shows typically the state which cancelled | released the locked state of the buckle apparatus shown in FIG. FIG. 10 is a rear view schematically showing the buckle device shown in FIG. 9. It is a side view which shows typically the state by which the lock | rock of one lock part of the buckle apparatus shown in FIG. 1 was cancelled | released. It is a rear view which shows typically the buckle apparatus shown in FIG.

  Next, a buckle device according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. In addition, embodiment described below is the illustration for demonstrating this invention, and this invention is not limited only to these embodiment. Therefore, the present invention can be implemented in various forms without departing from the gist thereof.

  1 is a perspective view of a buckle device according to an embodiment of the present invention, FIG. 2 is a side view of the buckle device shown in FIG. 1, FIG. 3 is a plan view of the buckle device shown in FIG. 1, and FIG. 1 is a rear view of the buckle device shown in FIG. 1, FIG. 5 is a front view of the buckle device shown in FIG. 1, and FIG. 6 is an exploded perspective view of the buckle device shown in FIG.

  In each of the above-described drawings, the thickness, size, enlargement / reduction ratio, and the like of each member are described without matching with actual ones for easy understanding. In the present embodiment, the direction in which the buckle portion 20 moves relative to the ratchet belt 10 by the rotation of the lever 50 (the left side in FIG. 2) is defined as the “forward direction”, and the direction opposite to the forward direction (FIG. 2). The right side) is referred to as the “reverse direction”, and the direction including both the forward direction and the reverse direction is referred to as the “advance direction”. In this embodiment, the bottom surface 31 side (the lower side in FIG. 2) of the base 30 is described as “lower”, and the opposite side (the upper side in FIG. 2) is described as “upper”.

  As shown in FIGS. 1 to 6, the buckle device 1 according to the present embodiment is inserted into the ratchet belt 10 and the ratchet belt 10, and is movable relative to the inserted ratchet belt 10. And a buckle portion 20 for locking and unlocking.

  The ratchet belt 10 has a long belt shape, and a plurality of teeth 11 are formed on at least a part of the surface thereof. Each tooth 11 has a sawtooth shape whose height gradually increases in the forward direction (left side in FIG. 2).

  The buckle portion 20 includes a base 30, a lever 50 that is pivotally supported in the forward direction side of the base 30, and a shaft that is pivotable in the backward direction side from the position where the lever 50 of the base 30 is pivotally supported. It has a pair of lock parts 70A and 70B to be supported.

  The base 30 stands upward from a bottom surface 31, a side wall 32 </ b> A standing upward from one edge portion along the advancing / retreating direction of the bottom surface 31, and the other edge portion along the advancing / retreating direction of the bottom surface 31. And a side wall 32B opposite to the side wall 32A. The bottom surface 31 extends from the receding direction of the side walls 32A and 32B.

  The side walls 32A and 32B have symmetrical shapes, and are formed with through holes 33A and 33B through which the pins 91 that pivotally support the lever 50 pass in the forward direction. In addition, through holes 34A and 34B through which pins 92 that pivotally support the lock portions 70A and 70B are formed are formed at substantially central portions in the advancing and retreating directions of the side walls 32A and 32B, respectively. Further, between the through hole 33A and the through hole 34A of the side wall 32A, a substantially L-shaped through hole 35A defined by an inner wall to which one end of torsion coil springs 93A and 94A described later is locked. Between the through hole 33B and the through hole 34B of the side wall 32B, and a substantially L-shape defined by an inner wall to which one end of torsion coil springs 93B and 94B, which will be described in detail later, is locked. A through hole 35B is formed. In addition, curved recesses 36A and 36B for receiving the lower surfaces of the gripping portions 71A and 71B of the lock portions 70A and 70B, which will be described in detail later, are formed on the upper portions of the side walls 32A and 32B in the backward direction.

  The lever 50 includes an operation unit 51 that can be gripped by the user, and an extension unit 52 that extends downward from the front end of the operation unit 51 in a direction substantially perpendicular to the operation unit 51.

  The operation portion 51 has curved concave portions 57A and 57B that are curved inwardly at the substantially central portions of both edges along the advancing / retreating direction. These curved concave portions 57A and 57B will be described in detail later. The side surfaces of the gripping portions 71A and 71B of the lock portions 70A and 70B are received.

  The extending portion 52 has a plurality of first engaging portions 53 (three in this embodiment) that are detachably engaged with the teeth 11 of the ratchet belt 10 on the surface in the forward direction direction. Yes. On the other hand, three support portions 54A, 54B, and 54C formed at intervals from each other are formed to extend downward from the operation portion 51 side on the backward direction side of the extension portion 52. Through holes 55A, 55B, and 55C through which the pins 91 pass are formed at the tips of the support portions 54A, 54B, and 54C, respectively.

  A torsion coil spring 93A is disposed between the support portion 54A and the support portion 54C, and a torsion coil spring 93B is disposed between the support portion 54B and the support portion 54C. The through hole 33A of the side wall 32A, the through hole 55A of the support portion 54A, the through hole 95A of the torsion coil spring 93A, the through hole 55C of the support portion 54C, the through hole 95B of the torsion coil spring 93B, the through hole 55B of the support portion 54B, the side wall By allowing the pin 91 to pass through the through-hole 33B of 32B and attaching both ends of the pin 91 to the side walls 32A and 32B, the lever 50 is pivotally supported by the base 30.

  Specifically, one end of the torsion coil springs 93 </ b> A and 93 </ b> B is locked by an inner wall that defines the through hole 35 </ b> A, and the other end is locked to the surface of the extending portion 52 on the backward direction side. Therefore, the user grips the operation unit 51 and rotates (pushes up) the lever 50 in the first direction (counterclockwise in FIG. 2) against the urging force of the torsion coil springs 93A and 93B. The first engagement portion 53 is engaged with the teeth 11 and is rotated (pressed down) in the second direction (clockwise in FIG. 2) to release the engagement. It moves relative to the belt 10. Further, the lever 50 is biased in the second direction by the torsion coil springs 93A and 93B in a normal state.

  Thus, the lever 50 is pivotally supported by the base 30 via the pin 91 in the forward direction, so that the pivot 50 and the portion that becomes the action point when the pivot is performed (the operation unit 51). The distance from the rearward end portion) can be made relatively long. Therefore, the force required to relatively move the buckle portion 20 (the force to rotate) can be reduced, and the operability of the buckle device 1 can be improved. Further, since the lever 50 does not rotate until a force greater than the urging force of the torsion coil springs 93A and 93B is applied, it is possible to prevent the lever 50 from rotating unexpectedly in the first direction.

  The lock portions 70A and 70B are respectively disposed on both sides (both sides substantially perpendicular to the advance / retreat direction) of the lever 50 in the advance / retreat direction. Note that the lock portions 70A and 70B have symmetrical shapes, and therefore, here, the lock portion 70A will be mainly described.

  The lock portion 70A (70B) includes a grip portion 71A (71B) that can be gripped by the user, and a shaft support portion 72A (72B) that is disposed below the grip portion 71A (71B) and is pivotally supported by the base 30. is doing.

  The gripping portion 71 </ b> A (71 </ b> B) has a curved convex portion 73 </ b> A (73 </ b> B) having a curved shape complementary to the curved concave portion 57 </ b> A (57 </ b> B) of the lever 50 on the side surface facing the lever 50. The curved convex portion 74A (74B) has a curved shape complementary to the curved concave portion 36A (36B) of the side wall 32A (32B). When the gripping portion 71A (71B) is pivotally supported by the base 30, the curved convex portion 73A (73B) is received by the curved concave portion 57A (57B), and the curved convex portion 74A (74B) is curved by the curved concave portion 36A (36B). ) Is received between the base 30 and the lever 50. Moreover, the recessed part 75A and 75B which can insert a user's fingertip are formed in the lower part of the holding part 71A (71B).

  The shaft support portion 72A (72B) extends inward from the lower portion of the grip portion 71A (71B) substantially horizontally, and a through hole 76A (76B) through which the pin 92 passes is formed at the forward end portion in the forward direction. Yes. Further, a plurality of (two in the present embodiment) first locks the teeth 11 by detachably engaging with the respective teeth 11 of the ratchet belt 10 at the lower end in the backward direction of the shaft support portion 72A (72B). Two engaging portions 77A (77B) are formed.

  A torsion coil spring 94A (94B) is disposed between the lock portion 70A (70B) and the side wall 32A of the base 30. The pin 92 is inserted into the through hole 34A of the side wall 32A, the through hole 96A of the torsion coil spring 94A, the through hole 76A of the lock portion 70A, the through hole 76B of the lock portion 70B, the through hole 96B of the torsion coil spring 94B, and the through hole 34B of the side wall 32B. The lock portions 70A and 70B are pivotally supported by the base 30 by attaching the both ends of the pin 92 to the side walls 32A and 32B, respectively.

  Specifically, one end of the torsion coil springs 94A and 94B is locked by an inner wall that defines the through hole 35A, and the other end is locked by the lock portions 70A and 70B. Therefore, the user puts the fingertips in the recesses 75A and 75B and grips the gripping portions 71A and 71B, and both of them resist the urging force of the torsion coil springs 94A and 94B in the first direction (counterclockwise in FIG. 2). By rotating (pushing up) the second engaging portions 77A and 77B and the tooth 11 are unlocked, and turning (pushing down) in the second direction (clockwise in FIG. 2). This ensures that the teeth 11 are locked. Note that, in a normal state, the lock portions 70A and 70B are biased in the second direction by the torsion coil springs 94A and 94B, and are locked.

  In the buckle device 1, a space defined by the bottom surface 31 of the base 30, the lower surface of the lever 50, and the lower surfaces of the lock portions 70 </ b> A and 70 </ b> B serves as an insertion portion 80 for inserting the ratchet belt 10.

  Next, a specific operation of the buckle device 1 according to the present embodiment will be described with reference to FIGS. 7 is a side view schematically showing the positions of the lever 50 and the lock portions 70A and 70B when the buckle device 1 is in the locked state, and FIG. 8 is a rear view schematically showing the buckle device 1 shown in FIG. 9 is a side view schematically showing a state in which the locked state of the buckle device 1 is released, FIG. 10 is a rear view schematically showing the buckle device 1 shown in FIG. 9, and FIG. FIG. 12 is a rear view schematically showing the buckle device 1. FIG.

  When the ratchet belt 10 is locked by the buckle part 20, first, the ratchet belt 10 is inserted through the insertion part 80 of the buckle part 20. Next, when the operation unit 51 is pushed up against the ratchet belt 10 against the urging force of the coil springs 93A and 93B with the pin 91 as a fulcrum (rotated in the first direction), the lever 50 is moved forward in the forward direction. When the formed first engaging portion 53 is engaged with the teeth of the ratchet belt 10 and then the operating portion 51 is pushed down (rotated in the second direction) with respect to the ratchet belt 10 with the pin 91 as a fulcrum. The first engagement portion 53 and the teeth 11 are disengaged, and the buckle portion 20 moves forward relative to the ratchet belt 10. The pushing down operation may be performed by the user, or may be automatically returned to the original position by the urging force of the coil springs 93A and 93B by releasing the lever 50 from the hand.

  At this time, since the lock portions 70A and 70B are pivotally supported on the base 30 in a state independent of the lever 50 by a pin different from the lever 50, even if the lever 50 rotates in the first direction (push up) The engagement between the second engaging portions 77A and 77B and the tooth 11 is not positively released (the lock is positively released). That is, the second engaging portions 77A and 77B are engaged with the next tooth 11 by sliding the upper surface of the tooth 11 in the forward direction by the force of the buckle portion 20 moving forward relative to the ratchet belt 10. Therefore, when the rotation is stopped and the lever 50 returns to the original position, the buckle portion 20 securely locks the ratchet belt 10 as shown in FIGS. By repeating these rotating operations, for example, when an object such as a shoe is fastened with the ratchet belt 10 and fixed to a fixed member such as a crampon, the length of the ratchet belt 10 can be easily adjusted. The object can be firmly fixed (tightened) to the fixed member. This tightening operation can be performed by operating the lever 50 with one hand, and can be easily performed even when the user is wearing gloves, and is excellent in operability.

  Next, when the ratchet belt 10 is unlocked by the buckle portion 20, the user's fingertips are inserted into the recesses 75A and 75B of the lock portions 70A and 70B to grasp the lock portions 70A and 70B (knob) and lock them. By pushing up the parts 70A and 70B (rotating in the first direction), as shown in FIGS. 9 and 10, the second engagement parts 77A and 77B and the teeth 11 can be disengaged. Good. In this state, the ratchet belt 10 can be easily loosened (the buckle portion 20 is retracted with respect to the ratchet belt 10 or pulled out from the insertion port 80). Further, when the hands are released from the lock portions 70A and 70B, the lock portions 70A and 70B are automatically rotated in the second direction by the urging force of the torsion coil springs 93A and 94A (FIGS. 7 and 8). To the position shown in FIG. Since this unlocking operation can be performed by gripping the lock portions 70A and 70B from both sides, it can be easily performed even with one hand and wearing gloves.

  Further, for example, in a situation where it is desired to maintain a state in which an object such as a shoe is fastened with a ratchet belt 10 and is fixed to a fixed member such as crampon (under a situation where the ratchet belt 10 is to be locked), Even if the lock portion 70A is pushed up as shown in FIGS. 11 and 12, the lock portion 70B and the ratchet belt 10 are maintained in a locked state, so that the ratchet belt 10 is unexpectedly locked by the buckle portion 20. It can be prevented from being released. Therefore, safety can be ensured.

  Further, as described above, since the lock portions 70A and 70B are pivotally supported on the base 30 in a state independent of the lever 50 by pins different from the lever 50, it is desired to lock the ratchet belt 10. Even if the lever 50 hits something and rotates in the first direction (even if it is pushed up), it is possible to prevent the lock from being released, which is safer.

  In the present embodiment, the case where three first engaging portions 53 are formed and two second engaging portions 77A and 77B are formed has been described. The number of the joint portion 53 and the second engaging portions 77A and 77B can be arbitrarily determined.

  In the present embodiment, coil springs 93A and 93B are used as the biasing members that apply the biasing force to the lever 50, and coil springs 94A and 94B are used as the biasing members that apply the biasing force to the lock portions 70A and 70B. Although demonstrated, not only this but the said urging | biasing member can be arbitrarily selected according to the structure of the buckle part 20, such as a leaf | plate spring, a disc spring, a torsion bar, for example.

  In the present embodiment, the case where the pair of lock portions 70A and 70B are disposed has been described. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and three or more lock portions may be disposed as desired.

  DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Buckle apparatus, 10 ... Ratchet belt, 11 ... Teeth, 20 ... Buckle part, 30 ... Base, 50 ... Lever, 53 ... 1st engaging part, 70A, 70B ... Lock part, 77A, 77B ... 2nd Engagement part, 80 ... insertion part, 93A, 93B, 94A, 94B ... torsion coil spring

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  1. A buckle device for removably fixing an object to a fixed member,
    A ratchet belt having a plurality of teeth formed on at least a portion of the surface;
    A buckle portion that is inserted through the ratchet belt, is movable relative to the inserted ratchet belt, and locks and unlocks the ratchet belt;
    The buckle portion includes
    Base and
    A lever that is pivotally supported by the base and has a first engaging portion that is detachably engaged with the teeth of the ratchet belt;
    A plurality of locking portions that are pivotally supported by the base and that are formed with second engaging portions that are detachably engaged with the teeth of the ratchet belt and lock the teeth;
    Have
    A space through which the ratchet belt can be inserted is formed between the base and the lever and the plurality of lock portions,
    When the lever rotates in the first direction, the first engagement portion engages with the teeth of the inserted ratchet belt, and the lever engages in a second direction opposite to the first direction. When rotating, the engagement is released, and the buckle part is moved relative to the ratchet belt by the rotation,
    The plurality of lock portions are respectively disposed at positions where the user can operate the lock portions with one hand on both sides substantially perpendicular to the relative movement direction with the lever interposed therebetween, and are rotated in the first direction. A buckle device that releases the lock when moved and locks the teeth of the ratchet belt when rotated in the second direction.
  2.   2. The lever is configured such that a tip portion on a relative movement direction side by the rotation is pivotally supported, and the first engagement portion is formed on a tip surface on a relative movement direction side by the rotation. The buckle device described.
  3. A further urging member for urging said lever in said second direction, said lever is Motomeko 2 wherein you rotate in the first direction against the urging force of the urging member Buckle device.
  4. And a biasing member configured to bias each of the plurality of lock portions in the second direction, wherein each of the lock portions resists a biasing force of each of the biasing members in the first direction. The buckle device according to claim 3 which rotates.
  5. The plurality of lock portions are pivotally supported at the distal end portion in the relative movement direction by the rotation, and the second engagement portion is formed at the distal end portion opposite to the pivotally supported distal end portion. The buckle device according to claim 4 formed .
  6. Said second engagement portion, when the buckle is relatively moved by the rotation, the upper tooth surface of the insertion has been ratchet belt, according to claim 5 which is slidable in the direction of relative movement Buckle device.
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