KR100669868B1 - A lens protection thin type case for glasses - Google Patents

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KR100669868B1
KR100669868B1 KR1020060020289A KR20060020289A KR100669868B1 KR 100669868 B1 KR100669868 B1 KR 100669868B1 KR 1020060020289 A KR1020060020289 A KR 1020060020289A KR 20060020289 A KR20060020289 A KR 20060020289A KR 100669868 B1 KR100669868 B1 KR 100669868B1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45CPURSES; LUGGAGE; HAND CARRIED BAGS
    • A45C11/00Receptacles for purposes not provided for in groups A45C1/00 - A45C9/00
    • A45C11/04Spectacle cases; Pince-nez cases
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45CPURSES; LUGGAGE; HAND CARRIED BAGS
    • A45C13/00Details; Accessories
    • A45C13/002Protective covers
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45CPURSES; LUGGAGE; HAND CARRIED BAGS
    • A45C13/00Details; Accessories
    • A45C13/005Hinges
    • A45C13/007Hinges with spring means
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45CPURSES; LUGGAGE; HAND CARRIED BAGS
    • A45C13/00Details; Accessories
    • A45C13/02Interior fittings; Means, e.g. inserts, for holding and packing articles
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45FTRAVELLING OR CAMP EQUIPMENT: SACKS OR PACKS CARRIED ON THE BODY
    • A45F2200/00Details not otherwise provided for in A45F
    • A45F2200/05Holder or carrier for specific articles
    • A45F2200/0541Eyeglasses or spectacles

Abstract

A thin glasses case for lens protection is provided to be made very thin and to be carried conveniently by receiving only glasses lens at the inside of a case and letting glasses legs be placed at the outside of the case. A thin glasses case for lens protection includes a lower case(110), an upper case(120) and a hinge shaft. When the upper case(120) is closed on the lower case(110), glass legs(11) are placed at the outside of the glasses case through a glasses hole formed by a lower glasses leg half hole(111) and an upper glasses leg half hole. A lower cushion protrusion frame(114) and an upper cushion protrusion frame(124) engage with each other to let a lens frame(12) inserted between themselves to hold lens while preventing the lens from coming into contact with bottom surfaces(110b').

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A lens protection thin type case for glasses

1 is a state diagram of use of a spectacle case according to the prior art.

2 is an exploded perspective view and an enlarged view of a main portion of the lens protection thin spectacle lens case according to an embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 3 is a combined perspective view of the lens protection thin spectacle lens case in FIG. 2.

Fig. 4 is a perspective view of the lens protection thin spectacle lens case in Fig. 3 being closed.

5 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line A-A of FIG. 4 and an enlarged view of main parts.

FIG. 6 is a side view of the thin lens lens case for lens protection in FIG. 3. FIG.

Fig. 7 is a side view of a lens protection thin spectacle lens case according to another embodiment of the present invention.

8 is a perspective view of main parts of a thin lens protection case for lens protection according to still another embodiment of the present invention.

9 is a perspective view and an enlarged view of a main portion of a thin lens lens case for protecting a lens according to still another embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 10 is a cross-sectional view of FIG. 9 and enlarged parts of main parts.

Fig. 11 is a use state diagram of the thin lens protective lens case for lens protection according to the present invention.

     Explanation of symbols on the main parts of the drawings

11; Glasses legs L; lens

12; Lens frame 10; glasses

110; Lower case 110a; Lower Case Outer

110a '; Curved portion 101; Eyeglasses

111; Lower eyeglass half-hole 110b '; Bottom case bottom

114; Lower cushion projection 115; Lower hinge

120; Upper case 120 ''; Nose rest

120a; Upper case outer periphery 121; Upper Eyeglasses Anti-Communication

120b '; Upper case bottom 124; Upper cushion protrusion

125; Upper hinge 126; hook

126a; Bend 135; Hinge shaft

137; Spring 150; Elastic fastening

The present invention relates to a spectacle case, and in particular, by implementing a thin shape, it is convenient to carry in a pocket and at the same time, the lens protective thin that is suitable to completely protect the lens by preventing the spectacle lens from touching the inside of the case It relates to a spectacle lens case.

1 shows a state diagram of use of a spectacle case according to the prior art. As shown in FIG. 1, the spectacle case 1 according to the related art is configured to store the entire spectacles 10 including the spectacles in the interior.

However, the spectacle case 1 according to the related art has the following problems.

First, when the glasses 10 are stored in the glasses case 1, the entire glasses 10 including the glasses legs had to be stored inside the glasses case 1, so the volume of the glasses case 1 was inevitably increased. As a result, it was very inconvenient to carry the glasses case.

In particular, such a bulky eyeglass case 1 could not be stored in, for example, a shirt pocket or the like. In addition, when repeated use and release of the glasses, such as sunglasses, the inconvenience of carrying becomes a more serious problem.

Second, the glasses case 1 according to the prior art has a flaw in the lens because the lens of the glasses 10 touches the bottom surface of the glasses case 1 when the glasses 10 are stored in the glasses case 1. There was a problem.

Further, even if a cloth is applied to the bottom surface to solve the problem of scratching the lens as described above, the cloth is worn out due to a long period of use, and if there is heavy flow, the lens is scratched even if the cloth is applied.

Third, there is a lot of empty space between the glasses and the glasses case (1), because of the empty space when the shock or external force is applied to the glasses case 1, the glasses 10 is subject to severe flow or shake, so the lens scratches or glasses Problems such as breakage occurred.

The present invention was created to solve the problems of the prior art as described above, and the purpose of the thin lens lens case for protecting the lens according to the present invention is that the spectacle leg is removed from the outside by the configuration of the spectacle leg, and only the spectacle lens is the case. The present invention provides a lens protection thin lens lens case for implementing a thin shape so as to be housed therein so as to be conveniently carried in a garment pocket.

Another object of the lens protection thin spectacle lens case according to the present invention is to form a projection with a cushion along the edge of the inside of the spectacle case to engage with each other and to allow the 'lens frame' to be sandwiched between the interlocking projections. The present invention provides a spectacle case that is suitable to completely protect the lens by preventing the contact with the spectacle case.

Another object of the thin lens lens case for protecting the lens according to the present invention is that the 'lens frame' is interposed between the 'cushion protrusions' configured to engage with each other, so that the glasses stored in the spectacle case are protected against external impact. It is to provide a spectacle case which is suitable to be completely protected without any flow.

Still another object of the thin lens lens case for protecting the lens according to the present invention is to form an eyeglass leg for removing the eyeglass legs to the outside, and to seal and prevent foreign substances from entering the inside of the eyeglass leg. The present invention provides a spectacle case that is suitable for preventing foreign matter such as dust from entering into the spectacle case at all.

Another object of the thin lens lens case for protecting the lens according to the present invention is to provide an eyeglass case suitable for easily closing the eyeglass case by a hook and opening the closed eyeglass case automatically by the spring force. To provide.

Another object of the thin lens lens case for protecting the lens according to the present invention is to provide a suitable structure to protect the eyeglasses without flow even when the frameless glasses or the lens are very small by the configuration of the 'elastic fastening part'. To provide a spectacle case.

The lens protection thin spectacle lens case of the present invention for achieving the above object, in the spectacle case for storing glasses consisting of a 'lens frame' and a lens leg and nose ring is fitted, the left and right sides of the lower case outer periphery A pair of 'lower eyeglass half holes' formed in the groove, a 'lower cushion protrusion' provided on the bottom surface with a predetermined thickness along the edge of the bottom surface of the lower case, and having a cushion; 'Bottom case' comprising a lower hinge formed with a pair of 'upper eyeglass leg half holes' formed on the outer periphery of the upper case at a position corresponding to the 'bottom eyeglass half hole', and the edge of the bottom of the upper case The upper cushion protrusion is provided on the bottom of the upper case with a predetermined thickness and has a cushion. The upper hinge is formed integrally on the side, the 'upper case' comprising a 'nose seating portion' which is a space in which the nose rest is seated, and a hinge shaft for coupling the upper hinge and the lower hinge, the upper case When the eyeglasses are closed on the lower case, the eyeglasses are placed outside the eyeglass case through the eyeglasses formed by the 'lower eyeglasses half hole' and the 'upper eyeglasses half hole', and the upper case is closed on the lower case. The 'lower cushion protrusion' and the 'upper cushion protrusion' are interlocked with each other so as to hold the 'lens frame' between the lens so as not to contact the bottom surface.

The following will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings a preferred embodiment of the thin lens protective lens case for the present invention.

2 is an exploded perspective view and an enlarged view of a thin lens protective lens case for protecting the lens according to an embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 3 is a perspective view showing a combined perspective view of the thin lens lens case for protecting the lens in FIG. 4 is a perspective view of the lens protection thin eyeglass lens case of FIG. 3 in a closed state, FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view taken along line AA of FIG. 4 and an enlarged view of main parts, and FIG. Side view of the thin lens protective lens case for protecting the lens is shown, Figure 7 is a side view of the thin lens protective lens case according to another embodiment of the present invention, Figure 8 is shown in another embodiment of the present invention Fig. 8 is a perspective view of the main portion of the thin lens lens case for protecting the lens. Fig. 10 is a perspective view of the main part of the case, a perspective view and an enlarged view of the main portion of the thin lens protection lens for lens protection according to another embodiment of the present invention are shown in Fig. 10, and Fig. 11 is a thin lens protection type according to the present invention. The state of use of the spectacle lens case is shown.

The lens protective thin spectacle lens case according to the present invention relates to a lens protective spectacle case for protecting only the lens, not the entire spectacle, among the spectacle cases.

As shown in Figure 2 to Figure 6, the lens protection thin spectacle lens case according to an embodiment of the present invention, the lower case 110, the upper case 120 and the hinge axis 135 do.

The 'lower case' 110 is a pair of 'lower glasses half-holes' 111 formed to be grooved on the left and right sides of the outer circumference 110a and the bottom surface with a predetermined thickness along the edge of the bottom surface 110b'. 110b ') includes a' lower cushion protrusion '114 having a cushion and a lower hinge 115 integrally formed at the rear side of the outer circumference 110a.

The upper case 120 is a pair of upper upper leg half holes 121 formed on the outer periphery 120a at a position corresponding to the lower half eye leg 111 and the bottom surface 120b. 'Upper cushion protrusion' 124 provided on the bottom surface 120b 'with a predetermined thickness along an edge of') and an upper hinge 125 integrally formed on the rear side of the outer circumference 120a. And, the nose ring 13 is configured to include a 'nose seat mounting portion' (120b '') that is a space to be seated.

The lower spectacles half hole 111 and the upper spectacles half hole 121 are embodied in a semicircular shape as shown in FIG. 7 or a 'c' shaped groove as shown in FIG. 6, for example. It will be possible.

The hinge shaft 135 hinges the upper hinge 125 and the lower hinge 115.

And, when the upper case 120 is closed to the lower case 110, the glasses through the glasses leg hole 101 formed by the 'lower glasses leg half-hole' 111 and 'upper glasses leg half-hole' 121. The leg 11 is placed outside the glasses case.

In addition, when the upper case 120 is closed to the lower case 110, holding the 'lens frame' (12) between the holding so that the lens (L) does not touch the bottom surface (110b ', 120b') In order to do so, the 'lower cushion protrusion' 114 and the 'upper cushion protrusion' 124 are engaged with each other.

In addition, a curved curved portion 110a 'is formed at the center of the front side of the outer circumference 110a, and a hook 126 for fastening the hook to the curved portion 110a' is formed at the front side of the outer circumference 120a. It is formed integrally with 120a.

In addition, a bent portion 126a that is bent obliquely outward is formed at an end of the hook 126 in order to easily exert a force outward.

The lower eyeglass leg half hole 111 and the upper eyeglass leg half hole 121 are respectively fitted and fastened, and are configured to further include an elastic lower portion 112 and an upper packing 122. .

The 'lower packing' 112 and the 'upper packing' 112 are the same as in the 'lower eyeglass half hole' 111 and the 'upper eyeglass half hole' 121, for example, as shown in FIG. It will be possible to implement a semi-circular shape as shown in Fig. 7 'g or groove.

Preferably, the lower packing 112 and the upper packing 122 are respectively provided with a lower sealing member 113 and an upper sealing member 123 to block foreign substances such as external dust from entering. It is configured to further include.

The lower sealing member 113 and the upper sealing member 123 are preferably each formed of a sponge.

In order to act as an elastic force when the upper case 120 is opened, the spring 137 is coupled to the hinge shaft 135 is provided on the lower hinge 115 and the upper hinge 125 is further included.

The lower cushion bumps 114 and the upper cushion bumps 124 may be implemented with a rubber material having a cushion.

According to another embodiment of the present invention, the 'lower cushion protrusion' 114 and the 'upper cushion protrusion' 124 are preferably implemented by a sponge.

As shown in FIG. 9 or FIG. 10, according to another embodiment of the present invention, an 'elastic latch fixing part' 150 is further included.

The 'elastic locking fixing part' 150 is formed on the left and right sides of the bottom surface 110b 'of the' lower case '110 to fix the fixing part 11b of the eyeglass leg 11 by elastic force. do.

That is, since the fixing portion 11b of the eyeglasses 11 is fixed by the elastic force by the configuration of the 'elastic fastening portion 150', there is no 'lens frame' 12, such as frameless glasses, and the lens. Even when the lower cushion projection frame 114 and the upper cushion projection frame 124 are not available because the L is small, the glasses 10 may be safely stored in the glasses case without flow.

In addition, the 'elastic latch fixing part' 150 may be embodied in a rubber material or a soft plastic material having elasticity, and may be provided on the bottom surface 110b of the 'lower case' 110 by, for example, an adhesive. Could be.

The following describes the operation of the lens protective thin spectacle lens case of the present invention having the configuration as described above.

First, when the glasses 10 are stored in the lower case 110, the lens frame 12 of the glasses is placed on the lower cushion protrusion 114, and when the upper case 120 is closed, the upper cushion protrusion The frame 124 and the lower cushioning protrusion 114 correspond to each other to mesh and hold the lens frame 12 with elastic force.

As a result, the lens L of the spectacles does not come into contact with any surface inside the spectacle case 100 and there is no fear of the occurrence of absorption.

In addition, since the upper upper line protrusion 124 and the lower cushion protrusion 114 hold the lens frame 12 by elastic force, even if an external impact is applied to the eyeglass case 100, the glasses 10 itself is firmly seated inside the spectacle case 100 without any flow.

Next, a case in which foreign matter such as dust does not enter the glasses case 100 will be described.

As shown in FIG. 6 or 7, a pair of packings 112 fastened to the spectacles leg 101 in a state in which the spectacles 11 exits to the outside through the spectacles leg 101. 122 can protect the eyeglasses 11 to some extent and can block foreign substances such as external dust from entering.

Furthermore, since the sealing members 113 and 123, which are additionally implemented as sponges, are attached to the packings 112 and 122, the glasses legs 11 (especially the fixing portions 11b) may be further protected. In addition, it is possible to more completely block the external dust and the like to be introduced into the glasses case.

The following describes the operation of opening and closing the spectacle case.

First, when the eyeglass case is to be closed, when the upper case 120 is closed by the lower case 110, the hook 126 may be simply fastened to the curved portion 110a ′ by a hook type. .

And, if you want to open the eyeglass case, as shown in Figure 4, the bending portion 126a of the hook 126 by applying only a slight external force in the direction of the arrow, it is automatically opened by the elastic force of the spring 137.

The following describes the operation of the 'elastic latch fixing portion' (150).

When the fixing part 11b of the glasses leg 11 is inserted into the 'elastic fastening part' 150 from the top to the bottom, the 'elastic fastening part' 150 is opened by elasticity and the eyeglass leg 11 is opened. At the same time as accommodating the fixing portion (11b) of the () and by the elastic restoring force to hold the fixing portion (11b) of the pair of glasses.

As a result, the glasses 10 can be securely fixed and stored without any flow inside the case. It goes without saying that the lens L does not have any scratches.

In particular, the 'elastic latch fixing portion' 150 has no 'lens frame' 12, such as frameless glasses, and the lens L is small, so that the 'lower cushion protrusion' 114 and 'upper cushion protrusion' It may be more useful if 124 is not available.

In addition, since the fixing part 11b of the glasses leg is elastically fixed to the 'elastic locking part 150', the lens L does not come into contact with the bottom surface 11b '. Of course, scratches do not occur at all.

The above embodiments of the present invention are merely one embodiment of the technical idea of the present invention, and of course, other modifications are possible within the technical idea of the present invention.

The lens protection thin eyeglass lens case of the present invention having the configuration and action as described above has the following effects.

First, the eyeglasses leg 11 is removed by the configuration of the eyeglasses leg 101 so that only the eyeglass lens L is housed inside the case, so that the eyeglass case itself becomes very thin and thin, so that it can be conveniently carried on a garment pocket or the like. It can be effective.

Second, by configuring the cushion projections (114, 124) having a cushion along the inner edge of the spectacle case to interlock with each other and the 'lens frame' 12 is sandwiched between the interlocking cushion projections (114, 124) There is an effect that the lens L can be stored without being in contact with the glasses case.

As a result, there is an effect that can be completely protected without scratching the lens.

Third, the 'lens frame' (12) is inserted between the 'cushion protrusions (114, 124) configured to correspond to each other, so that the glasses stored in the eyeglass case is completely protected without any flow to the external impact There is an effect that can be.

Fourth, to form the glasses leg hole 101 for removing the glasses leg to the outside and the packing (112, 122) and the sealing member (113, 123) for preventing foreign matter from entering the inside of the leg leg 101. By providing, there is an effect that no foreign matter such as dust enters into the glasses case at all. As a result, the spectacle lens (L) is blocked from the contaminants to have an effect that can be kept clean.

Fifth, the eyeglass case can be closed simply and quickly by the hook 126, and the closed eyeglass case can be automatically opened by the elastic force of the spring 137.

Seventh, by forming the 'elastic fastening fixing part' 150 on the left and right sides of the bottom surface (110b ') of the' lower case '(110), there is an effect that can be surely stored the glasses 10 itself without flow have.

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  1. Glasses for storing the glasses 10 including the lens frame 12 and the lens 11 and the pivoting portion 11a and the fixing portion 11b to which the lens L is fitted and the nose ring 13. In the case:
    A pair of 'lower glasses half-holes' 111 grooved on the left and right sides of the outer circumference 110a and the bottom surface 110b' are provided on the bottom surface 110b 'with a predetermined thickness along the edge of the bottom surface 110b' and have a cushion. A 'lower case' 110 comprising a 'lower cushion protrusion' 114 and a lower hinge 115 formed integrally with the rear side of the outer circumference 110a;
    A predetermined thickness along the edges of the pair of 'upper eyeglass leg half hole 121' and the bottom surface 120b formed in a groove on the outer circumference 120a at a position corresponding to the 'lower eyeglass leg half hole' 111. The upper cushion protrusion 124 provided on the bottom surface 120b 'and having a cushion, the upper hinge 125 integrally formed at the rear side of the outer circumference 120a, and the nose pad 13 are seated. An 'upper case' 120 configured to include a 'nose seating part' 120b 'which is a space; And,
    Consists of a hinge shaft 135 to hinge the upper hinge 125 and the lower hinge 115,
    When the upper case 120 is closed to the lower case 110, the spectacles via the spectacles (101) formed by the 'lower glasses leg half hole' 111 and 'upper glasses leg half hole' 121. 11) is placed outside the glasses case,
    When the upper case 120 is closed to the lower case 110, in order to hold the 'lens frame' 12 between the lens (L) so as not to contact the bottom surface (110b ', 120b') The lower cushion projection frame (114) and the upper cushion projection frame (124) is a thin lens lens case for lens protection, characterized in that interlocking with each other.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    At the center of the front side of the outer periphery (110a) is formed a curved portion (110a ') formed to be curved,
    Thin lens lens case for protecting the lens, characterized in that the hook 126 for fastening the hook to the curved portion (110a ') is formed integrally with the outer circumference (120a) on the front side of the outer circumference (120a).
  3. The method according to claim 2,
    Thin lens lens case for protecting the lens, characterized in that the bent portion (126a) is bent to the outside to facilitate the force to the outside is formed at the end of the hook (126).
  4. The method according to claim 3,
    The lower eyeglass leg half hole (111) and the upper eyeglass leg half hole (121) are fitted and fastened, respectively, the elastic 'lower packing' 112 and 'upper packing' 122 are further included Thin lens lens case for lens protection, characterized in that.
  5. The method according to claim 4,
    The lower packing 112 and the upper packing 122 further include a lower sealing member 113 and an upper sealing member 123 attached to the lower packing 112 and the upper packing 122 to block foreign substances such as dust. Thin lens lens case for lens protection, characterized in that the.
  6. The method according to claim 5,
    In order to act as an elastic force when the upper case 120 is opened, the lower hinge 115 and the upper hinge 125 is provided with a spring 137 is coupled to the hinge axis 135 is further configured to include Thin lens case for lens protection.
  7. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 6,
    In order to fasten the fixing portion 11b of the eyeglass leg 11 by elastic force, the elastic elastic fixing portion 150 formed on the left and right sides of the bottom surface 110b of the lower case 110 is provided. Thin lens protective lens case for lens protection, characterized in that further comprises.
  8. The method according to claim 7, wherein the 'lower cushion protrusion' 114 and the 'upper cushion protrusion' (124),
    Lens protective thin case for lens protection, characterized in that the material is implemented in a rubber material having a cushion.
  9. The method according to claim 7, wherein the lower cushion protrusion (114) and the upper cushion protrusion (124),
    Thin lens lens case for lens protection, characterized in that the sponge is implemented.
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