JP5720067B2 - Pillow fittings - Google Patents

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JP5720067B2
JP5720067B2 JP2010275249A JP2010275249A JP5720067B2 JP 5720067 B2 JP5720067 B2 JP 5720067B2 JP 2010275249 A JP2010275249 A JP 2010275249A JP 2010275249 A JP2010275249 A JP 2010275249A JP 5720067 B2 JP5720067 B2 JP 5720067B2
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  The present invention relates to a pillow fitting for attaching a pillow to a seat. More specifically, the present invention relates to an attachment for attaching an aircraft such as a passenger plane, a train such as a bullet train, an automobile such as a bus, a chair for a ship and a home, a seat, a seat, and a seat back and an upper portion of a seat back, such as a pillow, a cushion, and the like.

Normally, blankets and pillows are distributed on international passenger planes. This pillow is comfortable when placed on the back of the head, but there is a drawback that the pillow falls if the head is moved forward even for a moment. Aside from sleeping, it's difficult to keep your head on the pillow at all times because there are many things to do when you are awake. It's a common experience to move a head forward so that the pillow falls and you have to put it again on the back of your head.

Conventionally, what attaches a pillow to a seat is described in Japanese Utility Model Publication No. 3145314 “Travel Pillow Fixing Device”. A hook-and-loop fastener and a rubber strap attach the pillow to the seat back. A rubber cord is hung on the backrest, and a single elastic cord is hung upward from this intersection. Put a pillow between the rubber strap and the backrest. The upper part of the backrest has a cylindrical body with hook and loop fasteners.

No. 3145314 "Travel Pillow Fixing Equipment"

In the conventional technique, the pillow is troublesome to be attached, and the rubber string comes out of the pillow even after the pillow is attached. That is, the rubber string comes out where it hits the back of the pillow. In addition to the rubber strap hitting the back of the head, the rubber strap stands out. Appearance is not good. Moreover, the circular main body which connected the rubber string or the hook-and-loop fastener and the rubber string is long, and it is inconvenient to carry it for bulky travel.

It is uncomfortable that there is an elastic cord at the position where it hits the back of the pillow, because the elastic cord hits the back of the head.

  The problem to be solved by the present invention is to solve these problems and to provide a pillow mounting tool that is easy to mount, small and convenient to carry.

The present invention is characterized in that a pillow is easily attached to the upper portion of the backrest portion of the seat by a pillow attachment tool.

The pillow attachment device 1 according to claim 1 is a seat attachment to a backrest 31 of woven or knitted fabric using a needle 13 provided in an acute angle with respect to a center line parallel to the short side of the pillow 2. It is for the light pillow 2 in which the means and the pillow mounting means comprising the needle 13 provided in a direction that makes an acute angle with respect to the center line parallel to the short side of the sandwiching device 11 or the pillow 2 are combined. .

The pillow attachment 1 functions to attach the pillow 2 to the upper part of the backrest 31 of the seat 3. The pillow 2 includes a soft material such as a cushion that is applied to the back of the head.

The seat attachment means is means for attaching the pillow attachment 1 to the upper portion of the backrest 31 of the seat 3 in more detail. Attaching means fixing, pulling, or not leaving.

The pillow mounting means is means for mounting the pillow mounting tool 1 on the pillow 2. By attaching, it means that it is not separated, and the meaning is the same as attaching. When the subject is the pillow 2, it is assumed to be worn to distinguish it from the seat 3.

The pillow mounting tool 1 is a combination of a seat mounting means and a pillow mounting means.

The seat mounting means will be described. The material of the backrest 31 of the seat 3 is a large variety of materials, such as woven fabrics and knitted fabrics that do not leave the marks of the needles 13 when the needles 13 are inserted, and leathers, synthetic leathers, and vinyl leathers that leave the marks of the needles 13 when the needles 13 are inserted. Separated.

When the material of the backrest 31 of the seat 3 is a woven or knitted fabric that does not leave a mark even when the needle 13 is inserted, the needle 13 is used as an attachment means to the seat 3.

The needle 13 has a sharp tip and is used to pierce, pierce, and insert objects. The needle 13 is inserted into the backrest 31 of the seat 3 or the fabric of the pillow 2 to attach or attach the pillow fixture 1. To do. The shape may be straight, bent or bent. Examples of straight-line, J-shaped including a part of a curve, bent into a V-shape (one of V is short), and bent into an L-shape (one is short) I give you. Material of the needle 13 is not limited to metal. The pillow 2 is light, and a single needle 13 serves to support the pillow 2 sufficiently. The needle 13 may be short. Of course, a plurality of needles 13 may be used. You may mix and use different shapes.

In the case where the material of the back 31 of the seat 3 is leather, synthetic leather, or vinyl leather in which the marks of the needle 13 are left, the needle 13 cannot be used. A female (loop-shaped) hook-and-loop fastener 141 is used to attach the pillow fixture 1 to the head. Because the male hook-and-loop fastener 32 for attaching a normal pillow cover (which is attached to the upper part of the seat 3, such as a cloth / nonwoven fabric in contact with the back of the head) is attached to the upper part of the seat 3 of an airplane, a bullet train, etc. Use this.

The female hook-and-loop fastener 141 attached to the tip of the cord 14 is for attaching to the male hook-and-loop fastener 32 for attaching the pillow cover at the top of the seat 3, and is composed of the cord 14 and the female hook-and-loop fastener 141. ing. The female hook-and-loop fastener 141 and the pillow mounting means are joined by the string 14.

The sucker 146 attached to the tip of the string 14 is a seat of a local line vehicle or the like, and the backrest 31 of the seat 3 is made of a material in which a mark left by the needle 13 is left, and the hook 3 is not attached to the upper portion of the seat 3 It is used for. For example, there is a seat that surrounds the left and right and upper three sides of a seat with a frame in a local line vehicle or the like. If there is a flat and smooth portion on the upper part of the seat 3, the suction cup 146 can be applied. The suction cup 146 and the pillow mounting means are coupled by the string 14.

The adhesive 147 attached to the tip of the string 14 is applied to the same place as the place where the suction cup 146 can be applied. The smoothness may be somewhat inferior. When the adhesive strength has decreased, reapply and apply a commercially available double-sided adhesive tape. When the adhesive surface is not used, an adhesive material such as release paper is attached to the adhesive surface for protection. The adhesive 147 and the pillow mounting means are coupled by the string 14.

Next, pillow mounting means will be described. The sandwiching device 11 grips an object by sandwiching. For example, like a clip. A clip refers to a stationery or the like that sandwiches paper or the like, and may be one that does not rely on a spring, such as one that prevents a hat from flying, in addition to one that is sandwiched by a spring. Although there are various shapes, a plastic clip having a shape as shown in FIG. 1B is also commercially available. The pillow mounting tool 1 is attached to the pillow 2 by sandwiching. Any shape may be used as long as the object can be grasped by sandwiching.

The needle 13 is the same as that described for the seat mounting means.

The loop-shaped belt 12 or string 14 having a variable diameter will be described. The loop shape means a ring shape or a ring shape connected to an O-shape. The belt 12 or the string 14 is the belt 12 or the string 14, and “or” means a lower selection than “or”. The width of the belt 12 may be narrow or wide. In the case of a rubber belt, it may be a string. The diameter means the diameter when the loop is a circle, and can be rephrased as the length of the loop-shaped belt 12 or the string 14 (only wrapped around the pillow 2). The variable means that it can be changed according to the size of the pillow 2. In the case of the hook-and-loop fastener 121, the length of the belt 12 can be adjusted by the position where the male and female hook-and-loop fasteners are stopped. Since the size of the pillow 2 is not extremely large, the adjustment range is not extremely large. The stretchable belt 12 is a belt 12 in the form of a rubber string or a rubber band, and the length is changed according to the size of the pillow 2 due to stretchability. In the case of the string 14 (only the one wrapped around the pillow 2), the lasso type ring changes according to the size of the pillow 2.

A pillow fixture 1 according to claim 2 is a woven fabric using a needle 13 provided in a direction that makes an acute angle with respect to the center line in the short side direction of the pillow 2 on the main body 10 made of solid matter . A light pillow 2 in which a knitted seat mounting means and a pillow mounting means comprising a needle 13 provided in an acute angle direction with respect to a center line parallel to the short side of the sandwicher 11 or the pillow 2 are combined. it is those of use.

The pillow fitting 1 according to claim 1 is a combination of the seat attachment means and the pillow mounting means directly, whereas the pillow fitting according to claim 2 is provided via a main body 10 made of solid material. Thus, the seat mounting means and the pillow mounting means are combined.

The solid material of the main body 10 made of a solid material has a certain shape and may be of any shape and size. In addition to a solid body, it may be a foam, or may be stretched or contracted like rubber. The strength only needs to withstand the load of the pillow 2. Basically, it may be anything that connects between the seat mounting means and the pillow mounting means.

The seat mounting means and the pillow mounting means of the pillow mounting tool 1 according to claim 1 are the same as the seat mounting means and the pillow mounting means of the pillow mounting tool 1 according to claim 2. The only difference between the pillow fixture 1 according to claim 1 and the pillow fixture 1 according to claim 2 is that there is no main body 10. Therefore, description of the seat mounting means and the pillow mounting means is omitted. In the case of the pillow fitting 1 according to the first aspect, the string 14 of the seat attachment means is coupled to the pillow mounting means, whereas in the case of the pillow fitting 1 according to the second aspect, the string 14 is provided via the main body 10. Combine with pillow mounting means.

The invention of claim 1 has an effect that the pillow 2 can be easily attached to the upper part of the backrest 31 of the seat 3.

The invention of claim 2 has an effect that the pillow 2 can be easily attached to the upper part of the backrest 31 of the seat 3.

It is the side view, perspective view, and top view which show the pillow fixture of Example 1, and a use condition. It is the side view and partial sectional view which show the pillow fixture of Example 2, and a use condition. It is the perspective view, side view, and top view which show the pillow attachment tool of Example 3. FIG . It is the side view and perspective view which show the pillow fixture of Example 4, a use condition, and components . It is the side view, perspective view, and top view which show the pillow fixture of Example 5, a use condition, and components .

  The purpose of providing a pillow attachment that is easy to attach and convenient to carry is realized by a pillow attachment that combines a seat attachment means and a pillow attachment means. Hereinafter, the best mode for carrying out the invention will be described by way of examples. In Embodiments 1 to 3, the seat mounting means is a needle-like object, in Example 4, the pillow mounting means is a belt and a hook-and-loop fastener, etc. In Example 5, the seat mounting means is a string and a hook-and-loop fastener, etc. There is something.

The pillow attachment tool of Example 1 is demonstrated based on FIG. The pillow mounting tool 1 of Example 1 uses a needle 13 as a seat mounting means. FIG. 1A is a side view showing that the pillow 2 is attached to the upper part of the backrest 31 of the seat 3 using the pillow fixture 1 and the back of the head 4 is hitting the attached pillow 2. . (B) is a perspective view which shows the pillow attachment tool 1 which provided the needle | hook 13 of the seat attachment means in the clip 11 as a clamping device. (C) is a perspective view which shows the state which attached the pillow attachment tool 1 shown to (B) to the both-sides surface part of the pillow 2. FIG. (D) is a side view showing a state in which the pillow 2 shown in (C) is attached to the upper portion of the backrest 31 of the seat 3. (A part of (A) is shown in detail.) (E) is a plan view of the pillow fitting 1 in which the spring 112 is obtained from plastic elasticity. The elasticity of the coupling part 112 of the two plate-like objects corresponding to the H-shaped horizontal part is used as a spring. Usage is the same as in (A).

FIG. 1A is a schematic view showing a use state of the pillow fixture 1. As shown in (B), as shown in (C), the one shown in (B) is a pillow attachment that sandwiches both sides of the pillow 2 and inserts the needle 13 of the pillow fitting 1 into the backrest 31 as shown in (C). It is a tool. The needle 13 is bent into an L shape (one is short). The clip 11 is given a clamping force by the spring 112. The tip of the spiral spring 112 is a portion that looks like an L shape in the drawing, and is a force that holds and holds the clip 11. When the knob 113 is pressed, the sandwiching portion 111 is opened. The side part of the pillow 2 and the upper edge part are sandwiched by the sandwiching part 111 (in the case of Example 1, both side parts). Since the needle 13 is pushed forward, the application is limited to the seat 3 made of a material in which the backrest 31 is not left with a trace of the pulled out needle 13 like a woven or knitted fabric.

 Therefore, the pillow 2 is attached to the backrest 31 and does not fall. Since the pillow attachment tool 1 is attached to both side surfaces of the pillow 2, there is nothing in the portion corresponding to the back of the pillow 2, and the pillow 2 is stable. Note that a pillow cover is usually attached to the upper portion of the backrest 31 of the seat 3, but the needle 13 may be inserted from above the pillow cover. In addition, when the direction of the needle 13 is changed by 90 degrees and the needle tip is directed toward the pinching portion 111, the end of the center portion of the pillow 2 can be pinched and attached to the seat 3. One pillow fixture 1 is sufficient. The pillow mounting tool 1 shown in the first embodiment is basic and has an effect of being small and convenient to carry.

The pillow mounting tool 1 of Example 2 is demonstrated based on FIG. The second embodiment is a pillow mounting tool in which both the seat mounting means and the pillow mounting means are needles 13. FIG. 2A is a side view showing the use state of the pillow fixture 1. (B) is a side view showing the pillow fitting 1 that can be stored when both needles 13 are stored. (C) is a fragmentary sectional view which shows the state which can store the needle | hook 13 of (B).

In FIG. 2A, needles 13 are attached to both surfaces of the main body 10. Both needles 13 are bent in an L shape. One of the needles 13 is inserted into the pillow 2 and attached to the pillow 2, and the other needle 13 is inserted into the backrest 31 of the seat 3 and attached to the seat 3. In addition, since the needle | hook 13 is attached symmetrically, the direction of the main body 10 is the same in both. The load of the pillow 2 is applied in the reverse direction in which the needle 13 is inserted, and the load applied to the needle 13 inserted into the backrest 31 of the seat 3 is applied in the direction in which the needle 13 is inserted. A countermeasure for the problem that the needle 13 is exposed is put in a case. (Postscript)

In (B), both the needles 13 of (A) are V-shaped (straight) and provided with a recess for storage and a needle stop piece 132 for stopping the needle 13 so that the needle 13 can be stored during storage. Is. Usage is the same as in (A). During use, the needle 13 is taken out, and when stored, the needle 13 is placed in the recess and is hooked on the needle stopper piece 132. (Indicated in (C).)

(C) shows the details of the storage unit of (B). The solid line of the needle 13 indicates the state during use, and the dotted line indicates the state during storage. The needle 13 is elastic and becomes a solid line when released, and becomes a dotted line when pressed. The enlarged circle shows the retracted state where the needle 13 is hooked on the needle stopper piece 132.

The pillow fixture 1 of the second embodiment has an effect that the structure is simple, safe and inexpensive to manufacture.

The pillow fixture 1 of Example 3 is demonstrated based on FIG. In the third embodiment, a protective case 15 is provided on a pillow fixture 1 in which a needle 13 is attached to a clip-type sandwiching device 11. A protective case 15 is placed so as not to cause an accident due to the needle tip during storage. The method of using the pillow fixture 1 is the same as that of the first embodiment.

  FIG. 3A is a perspective view showing the clip 11 of the sandwiching device provided with the needle 13 of the safety pin 131 as the needle 13. In use, the safety pin needle 13 is removed as shown by the dotted line in the figure. At the time of storage, the safety pin keeps the needle 13 closed as shown by the solid line in the figure. In the drawing, the spring 112 is omitted.

What is shown to (B) is a side view which shows what covers the separate box-shaped protective case 15 at the time of storage. The dotted line in the figure shows the state during storage. The pillow fitting 1 to be put into the protective case may be anything as long as it has a needle 13. The needle 13 is placed on the case 15 side.

In (C), a box-shaped protective case 15 is attached by a hinge 151 so that it can be opened and closed. It is a side view which shows what opens to the state of a continuous line at the time of use, and closes to the state of a dotted line at the time of storage. (Keep the lid closed when storing.)

What is shown to (D) is a perspective view which shows what covers the deep box-shaped protective case 15 at the time of storage. At the time of storage, a protective case 15 is put over just like a book case.

(E) is a perspective view showing a structure in which two pillow fixtures 1 are stacked and placed in a case 15. Pillow fittings 1 are stacked with needles 13 on the inside.

(F) is a side view showing a structure in which two pillow fittings 1 with a needle 13 are overlapped with the needle 13 inside and a presser piece 152 is fitted to both ends. The presser piece 152 is a protective device that is elongated and has a U-shaped side.

(G) is a developed side view of (F), and is a side view showing one end of the presser piece 152 of (F) hinged and coupled to both ends of one pillow fitting 1. At the time of storage (storage), the surfaces with the needles 13 are stacked so that they are in contact with each other, and the holding piece 152 can be moved using the hinge 151 as a fulcrum, and the pillow mounting tool 1 without the holding piece 152 is attached. Fix it. At the time of use, the presser piece 152 is removed and the pillow fitting 1 is separated.

(H) is a pillow mounting in which a tip divides into a U-shape at one end of the main body 10 and a protrusion 153 having a chevron-shaped bulge is provided at both ends, and a recess 154 corresponding to the protrusion 153 is provided at the other end. 2 is a side view showing the tool 1. FIG. The enlarged circle shows the details of the protrusion 153. At the time of storage, when the two main bodies 10 are overlapped with the needle 13 inward, the projections 153 and the recesses 154 engage with each other, and the two main bodies 10 are fixed. In addition, even if the protrusion 153 protrudes, it is small and does not cause a problem because it bites into the backrest 31 when the seat is mounted. It should be noted that other methods may be used to place and fix the two pillow attachments 1 with the needle 13 inside.

(I) is a plan view showing a structure in which two pillow fixtures 1 provided with needles 13 on both sides of the main body 10 are arranged side by side and placed in a box-shaped protective case 15 during storage. The dotted line segment of the needle 13 represents what is on the back side.

Since the pillow attachment tool 1 shown in the third embodiment is provided with the protective case 15 as compared with that of the first embodiment, there is an effect that safety is increased.

The pillow fixture 1 of Example 4 is demonstrated based on FIG. The thing of Example 4 is a thing other than what was demonstrated in Example 1, Example 2, and Example 3, and is the pillow attachment tool 1 whose seat attachment means is the needle | hook 13. FIG.

4A is a side view showing a state where the pillow mounting means 1 is the belt 12 and the hook-and-loop fastener 121, and the pillow mounting tool 1 whose seat mounting means is the needle 13 is attached to the seat 3. FIG. . The pillow 2 is wrapped around the belt 12, stopped with the hook-and-loop fastener 121, and the pillow fixture 1 is attached to the pillow 2. The downward needle 13 is inserted into the backrest 31 of the seat 3, and the pillow 2 is attached to the backrest 31. Usually, this pillow mounting tool 1 is mounted on both side surfaces of the pillow 2. The pillow 2 is stabilized by being attached to both side surfaces. In addition, this pillow mounting tool 1 can be mounted on the back surface 31 of the seat 3 by being mounted on the center of the pillow 2. Since the width of the belt 12 is not wide, it does not get in the way even if it is in a position where it hits the back of the head. This is especially true when the width is narrow.

The pillow mounting tool 1 shown in (B) is a perspective view of the one (A) provided with a protective case 15. The needle 13 is bent into an L shape. Since the protective case 15 moves up and down, the protective case 15 is moved to a position where the needle 13 is hidden during storage, and moved to a position where the needle 13 is ejected when used. The protective case 15 is a shape in which the O-shape is crushed and connected all around. Usage is the same as in (A).

(C) A belt 12 (rubber string or rubber band) that can be expanded and contracted is attached to the main body 10 in a ring shape, and the pillow case 1 provided with the needle 13 on the main body 10 is attached with a protective case 15. It is a perspective view shown. The needle 13 has an inverted J shape. The protective case 15 is a shape obtained by extending the C-shape, the opposite side covering the needle 13 is not connected, and the enlarged circle is a perspective view showing the shape of the protective device 15. To use, the ring-shaped belt 12 is attached to both sides of the pillow 2 and attached to the backrest 31 as in (A). One piece may be attached to the center of the pillow 2.

The pillow mounting tool 1 shown in the fourth embodiment has a simple structure, and is wound around and attached to the pillow 2 with a belt-like one. The pillow 2 has an effect that it can be used even when a needle-like object is not applicable as a pillow mounting means because of the high-quality surface material.

The pillow attachment tool 1 of Example 5 is demonstrated based on FIG. In the pillow mounting tool 1 of the fifth embodiment, the seat mounting means is composed of a string 14, a hook-and-loop fastener 141, and the like. The string 14 may be thin. It may be thick. Since the pillow 2 is light, strength is not required. The thin one need not be bulky. The string 14 includes a thread. A wide belt-like shape may be used. If the backrest 31 of the seat 3 inserts the needle 13 such as leather, synthetic leather, vinyl leather or the like, the pillow mounting tool 1 whose seat mounting means is the needle 13 cannot be applied. A hook-shaped male hook-and-loop fastener 32 is usually attached to the upper portion of the seat 3 such as a passenger plane or a bullet train for attaching a pillow cover, which is used.

FIG. 5A shows that the pillow fitting 1 with the string 14 attached to the clip 11 and the loop-shaped female hook-and-loop fastener 141 attached to the tip of the clip 11 is attached to both side portions of the pillow 2 and is located at the upper part of the seat 3. 4 is a side view showing a state in which a female hook-and-loop fastener 141 of the pillow fitting 1 is attached to a male hook-and-loop fastener 32. FIG. Or, use one pillow fitting 1 and attach the clip 11 with the center upper part of the pillow 2 sandwiched, and then, in the same manner as (A), attach the male hook-and-loop fastener 32 at the top of the seat 3 to the male hook-and-loop fastener 32. You may attach the hook_and_loop | surface fastener 141 of a pillow attachment tool (drawing omitted). Since only one pillow 2 is attached to the center of the upper part of the pillow 2, the stability of the pillow 2 is inferior, but since it is pressed by the back of the head, the pillow 2 does not move and the pillow 2 tilts greatly even when the head 4 is removed. There is no. There is an effect that only one pillow fixture 1 is required. When two pillow fixtures 1 are used, the stability increases.

(B) is a pillow mounting device in which a needle 13 as a pillow mounting means is attached to the string 14 and a female hook-and-loop fastener 141 is attached to the tip of the string 14. The needle 13 is inserted into the pillow 2 and attached to the upper part of the seat 3. It is a side view which shows the state which attached the female surface fastener 141 to the male surface fastener 32 in FIG. Two pillow attachments may be attached to both side surfaces of the pillow 2, or one pillow attachment may be attached to the upper center of the pillow 2. You may provide a main body in the part which attaches the needle | hook 13 of a pillow attachment tool. An example of a pillow fitting in which a string 14 of a seat attachment means and a female hook-and-loop fastener 141 are directly coupled to the needle 13 of the pillow attachment means is shown.

(C) is a side view of a pillow fixture provided with a protective case 15 that covers the needle 13 during storage above the needle 13 of the pillow fixture 1 shown in (B). The needle 13 is bent in a V shape (one of the Vs is long). In use, the needle 13 is inserted into the pillow 2, and the female hook-and-loop fastener 141 is attached to the male hook-and-loop fastener 32 at the top of the seat 3. This is an example in which the seat mounting means is directly coupled to the pillow mounting means.

(D) is a pillow mounting tool in which the pillow mounting means is the belt 12 and the hook-and-loop fastener 121, the strap 14 is attached to the belt 12, and the female hook-and-loop fastener 141 is attached to the tip of the belt 12. The belt 12 is wrapped around both ends of the pillow 2, the hook-and-loop fasteners 121 at both ends of the belt 12 are attached to each other, and a pillow fitting is attached. The female hook-and-loop fastener 141 at the tip of the string 14 is attached to the male hook-and-loop fastener at the top of the seat 3. It is the side view which shows the place which attached to 32 and attached the pillow 2 to the seat 3. FIG. In order to adjust the position of the pillow 2, it is better to attach a length adjuster (not shown, described later) to the string 14. This is also an example in which the seat mounting means is directly coupled to the pillow mounting means.

(E) is a pillow mounting tool in which a string 14 is attached to a loop of a belt 12 (rubber string shape, rubber belt shape) in which a pillow mounting means can be expanded and contracted, and a female hook-and-loop fastener 141 is attached to the end. . In the figure, a loop-shaped stretchable belt 12 is attached to the pillow 2 and a male hook-and-loop fastener 141 provided via a string 14 from a pillow fitting is attached to a male hook-and-loop fastener 32 at the top of the seat 3. It is a side view which shows the state which attached and the pillow 2 was attached. Two pillow attachments may be attached to both sides of the pillow 2, or one pillow attachment may be attached to the center of the pillow 2. When one pillow mounting tool is mounted in the center, the belt 12 is in the center of the pillow 2. However, since the belt 12 is narrow and soft, there is no problem even if it hits the back of the head (not shown). This is also an example in which the seat mounting means is directly coupled to the pillow mounting means.

(F) is a side view showing a pillow mounting tool in which the pillow mounting means is a loop-shaped string 14 having a variable diameter and the seat mounting means is a string 14 and a female hook-and-loop fastener 141. The loop-shaped string 14 having a variable diameter is like a lasso. The other end of the string 14 with a small ring 145 at the tip is passed through the small ring 145, and a female hook-and-loop fastener 141 is inserted into the other end. Is attached. Put the pillow 2 in the lasso ring as shown. By pulling the other end of the string 14, the lasso ring becomes smaller and the pillow 2 is attached. You may mount | wear with the both sides | surface part of the pillow 2, and you may mount | wear with 1 center. Simple structure, light weight and small effect. In order to adjust the position of the pillow 2, it is better to attach a length adjuster (not shown) to the string 14. This is also an example in which the seat mounting means is directly coupled to the pillow mounting means.

(G) is a side view showing a pillow fitting whose seat attachment means is a string 14 and a suction cup 146. FIG. This is applicable when there is a smooth plate-like object on the upper part of the seat 3 that is often used in trains and the like. A suction cup 146 is attached to a smooth plate. Various pillow mounting means (not shown) can be applied. This is also an example in which the seat mounting means is directly coupled to the pillow mounting means.

(H) is a side view showing a pillow fitting whose seat attachment means is a string 14 and an adhesive 147. FIG. This is applicable when there is a smooth plate-like object on the upper part of the seat 3 that is often used in trains and the like. Attach to smooth plate with adhesive 147. It can be applied even if the smoothness is somewhat inferior. When the adhesive strength of the adhesive 147 has decreased, a new double-sided adhesive tape is applied. When not in use, an adhesive material such as release paper is attached to the surface of the adhesive 147. Various pillow mounting means (not shown) can be applied. This is also an example in which the seat mounting means is directly coupled to the pillow mounting means.

(I) is a perspective view showing the length adjuster 143 of the string 14. The length adjuster 143 has two holes 144 large enough for the string 14 to pass through. After passing the string 14 into one hole 144 as shown in the figure, the length adjuster 143 is reversed to the other hole 144. Pass in the direction. The length of the string 14 is adjusted by changing the length of the string 14 formed in a U shape. The length adjuster 143 may be of other types.

(J) is a side view showing a seat mounting aid. In the case where the seat mounting means is the needle 13, it cannot be applied to the case where the backrest 31 of the seat 3 is made of a material in which the mark of the needle 13 is attached when the needle 13 is inserted, such as leather, synthetic leather, or vinyl leather. As an auxiliary tool used in such a case, a female hook-and-loop fastener 141 is attached to one end of the string 14, and an auxiliary piece 142 is attached to the other end. The auxiliary piece 142 may be one into which the needle 13 such as a cloth such as cloth, non-woven fabric, felt, leather / vinyl leather, rubber / soft plastic sheet or the like can be inserted. The needle 13 of the pillow fitting is inserted or attached with the clip 11. The seat mounting aid also functions as a length adjuster. What is necessary is just to attach a pillow attachment tool to the auxiliary piece 142 where the position of the pillow 2 is just right.

(K) is a plan view showing another seat mounting aid. The seat attachment auxiliary tool which attached the female hook-and-loop fastener 141 to the end of the strip | belt-shaped auxiliary piece 142 is shown. The auxiliary piece 142 is preferably made of a material into which the needle 13 can be inserted, as in (J). The needle 13 of the pillow fitting is inserted or attached with the clip 11. The length adjuster also functions as in (J).

In the pillow mounting tool 1 shown in the fifth embodiment, the seat mounting means is composed of the string 14 and the female hook-and-loop fastener 141, the suction cup 146, or the adhesive 147. Therefore, the material of the backrest 31 of the seat 3 is leather, synthetic. Since there is a mark where the needle 13 such as leather or vinyl leather is inserted, there is an effect that it can be used when a needle-like object cannot be used as the seat mounting means. Further, the length adjuster 143 and the seat mounting aid have an effect of adjusting the position of the pillow mounting tool 1.

The pillow fixture of the present invention is easy to carry and can be applied to easily attach a pillow to the back of the seat.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ......... Pillow attachment 10 ... Main body 11 ... Clipping device, clip 111 ... Clip part 112 ... Spring 113 ... Knob 12 ... Belt 121 ... Hook fastener 13 ... Needle 131 ... Safety pin 132 ... Needle stop piece 14 ... string 141 ... female hook-and-loop fastener 142 ... auxiliary piece 143 ... length adjuster 144 ... hole 145 ... ring 146 ... suction cup 147 ... adhesive 15 ... protective case 151 ... hinge 152 ... presser piece 153 ... projection 154 ... Concave part 2 ... Pillow 3 ... Seat 31 ... Backrest 32 ... Male hook-and-loop fastener 4 ... Head

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  1. Seat attachment means and pincer for the backrest (31) of woven or knitted fabric using a needle (13) provided in an acute angle with respect to the center line parallel to the short side of the pillow (2) (11) or for a light pillow (2) combined with a pillow mounting means comprising a needle (13) provided in an acute angle with respect to a center line parallel to the short side of the pillow (2) Pillow mounting
    Ingredients.
  2. To the main body (10) made of solid matter,
    Seat attachment means and pincer for the backrest (31) of woven or knitted fabric using a needle (13) provided in an acute angle with respect to the center line parallel to the short side of the pillow (2) (11) or for a light pillow (2) combined with a pillow mounting means comprising a needle (13) provided in an acute angle with respect to a center line parallel to the short side of the pillow (2) Pillow mounting
    Ingredients.
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