RU145453U1 - Headrest inflatable - Google Patents

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RU145453U1
RU145453U1 RU2014110122/12U RU2014110122U RU145453U1 RU 145453 U1 RU145453 U1 RU 145453U1 RU 2014110122/12 U RU2014110122/12 U RU 2014110122/12U RU 2014110122 U RU2014110122 U RU 2014110122U RU 145453 U1 RU145453 U1 RU 145453U1
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Александр Сергеевич Васюк
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1. An inflatable headrest comprising a chamber capable of filling with air, made with a recess under the neck, while the edge sections of the chamber adjacent to the recess are rounded and smoothly mated with its side sections and with a recess, characterized in that the chamber is made in the form of a head restraint bag in this case, a rectangular part of the lower side of the head restraint is communicated and smoothly passes into the tubular element, so that part of the wall of the head restraint in the interface section coincides with the part of the wall t of the ribbed element and is made as its continuation, while the recess under the neck is formed as a smooth pairing of the remaining part of the wall of the tubular element with the portion of the head restraint facing it, and the free corners of the head restraint are rounded, in addition, the free end of the tubular element is provided with a strap made with the possibility of forming a detachable ring from it with fixing it with detachable clasps, for example buttons, while the vertical edge of the headrest bag is provided with a language in which TIFA, wherein the loop is fixed, made of lace and a length sufficient to lock it in the split ring, deformation of the tubular member without further restraint to inflate valve disposed at the free end of the tubular elementa.2. The headrest according to claim 1, characterized in that the headrest is provided with a removable cover having a shape that repeats the shape of the camera.

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The utility model relates to products that provide comfortable conditions for vehicles in the chair, for example, such as: car, bus, plane, train, etc.
Known pillow containing a cover and a filler, while the cover is made of two rectangular or square parts stitched together, on one of which the image of a road sign is made (RU No. 33692 A47G 9/00, 2003).
However, this pillow, due to its configuration, is not suitable for its use in a vehicle seat, because it requires a special means of fixation on the back of the seat. In addition, its volume is the same both in the “working” position and in the “storage” mode.
Various inflatable products are known, such as toys, mattresses, seats, pillows, etc. (see FR No. 1329466, A45F 1/02, 1963).
These products are lightweight, easy to use, transport and store. In a deflated state they take up little space. Some of them, such as mattresses and pillows, can be used as bedding. However, an air bag of this design, by virtue of its configuration, is not very suitable for use in a vehicle seat, because it requires a special means of fixation on the back of the seat.
An inflatable head restraint is also known, comprising an air-filled chamber made with a recess under the neck, while the chamber edge portions adjacent to the recess are rounded and smoothly mated with its side sections and with a recess (see RU No. 31529, B29D 22/02 A45F 3/12, 2003).
The disadvantage of this solution is that since the headrest is made like a collar worn around the neck, it provides the opportunity to sleep in a leaning back position (leaning on the headrest with the neck and back of the head), but does not allow you to sleep resting on your cheek (in a position similar to the side ”).
The task to which the claimed technical solution is directed is expressed in providing the possibility of varying the posture of sleep.
The technical result obtained when solving the problem is expressed in providing the opportunity to sleep on the headrest, both in the position, leaning back, and in a position similar to the position “on the side.
To solve this problem, an inflatable headrest containing a chamber made with the possibility of filling with air, made with a recess under the neck, while the edge sections of the chamber adjacent to the recess are rounded and smoothly mated with its side sections and with the recess, characterized in that the camera is made in in the form of a rectangular head-mounted bag in this case, part of the bottom side of the head-mounted bag is communicated and smoothly passes into the tubular element, so that a part of the wall of the head-mounted bag in the section is conjugated it coincides with a part of the wall of the tubular element and is made as its continuation, while a recess under the neck is formed as a smooth pairing of the remaining part of the wall of the tubular element with the portion of the head restraint facing it, and the free corners of the head restraint are rounded, in addition, the free end of the tubular element equipped with a strap made with the possibility of forming a detachable ring from it with fixing it with detachable clasps, for example buttons, while the vertical edge of the headrest bag is equipped with a language in which a hole is made in which a loop made of lace is fixed long enough to be fixed in the split ring without deforming the tubular element, in addition, a headrest inflation valve is located at the free end of the tubular element. In addition, the headrest is equipped with a removable cover having a shape that repeats the shape of the camera.
A comparative analysis of the features of the claimed solution with the signs of the prototype and analogues indicates the conformity of the claimed solution to the criterion of "novelty."
The combination of features of a utility model provides a solution to a technical problem, namely, providing the possibility of varying the posture of sleep.
The utility model is illustrated by drawings, where in FIG. 1 is a schematic illustration of a head restraint, and FIG. 2 - FIG. 4 is a side view of the inflated head restraint, respectively, from the side opposite the edge of the head restraint bag and from the side, from the edge of the head restraint bag, and also a plan view similar to FIG. one.
The drawings show the headrest bag 1, the tubular element 2, the recess 3 under the neck, the free angles 4 of the headrest bag 1, the free end 5 of the tubular element 2, strap 6, detachable fasteners 7, the vertical edge 8 of the headrest bag 1, tongue 9 with an opening 10, loop 11, valve for inflating 12 head restraints. In addition, the headrest is equipped with a removable cover having a shape that repeats the shape of the camera (in the drawings, a removable cover is not shown).
The headrest is made in a known manner, as a figured camera - a single unit from the headrest bag 1 and the tubular element 2, can be made of various synthetic airtight materials based on vinyl, which is covered on the outside with a soft flocked layer. The strap 6 and the tongue 9 are made of the same material as the sections of the patterns representing both halves of the headrest. As detachable fasteners 7 are used, preferably button fasteners fixed on the strap 6 on both sides of it, which allows you to form a detachable ring (not shown) to fix the loop 11 on both sides of the head restraint. The loop 11 is formed of an acetate cord fixed in the hole 10 of the tongue 9 long enough to be fixed in the split ring without deforming the tubular element 2. In addition, the edges of the hole 10 are protected (covered) with a grommet, preferably a plastic.
When making the headrest, for example, from PVC, or rubber, it should be equipped with a cover made of natural or mixed fabric, which repeats the shape of the camera, for example, from a cotton flannel or similar material. In this case, the cover should be made with an inlet for introducing the camera, formed by the edges of the cover superimposed on each other, fastened with a zipper (placed on the side opposite to the headrest bag 1) and have slots for releasing the strap 6 and tongue 9 through them.
In the inoperative position, the head restraint when folded is placed in a package of 12 × 17 × 2 cm, which does not take up much space in the traveler's luggage. If necessary, the headrest is removed from the package, through the inflation valve 12 (without removing the cover, if it is used as part of the device), the chamber is inflated to the required level, the valve opening 12 is closed with a standard plug. After that, a head restraint is placed on the side of the shoulder on which they are supposed to rest in a dream, the recess 3 is brought under the neck, and the lace is drawn along the back and released through the armpit of the second shoulder, after which the loop end is fixed in the split ring (at the end of the tubular element 2), which form having fixed the corresponding detachable fasteners 7 (buttons) of the strap 6. Next, the user occupies a comfortable position in the vehicle seat.
If necessary, take a pose appropriate for lying back, you can advance the head restraint around the body so that, for example, the neck rests more on it.
The proposed headrest helps the consumer to relax the muscles of the neck and shoulders during a long stay in a sitting position when moving for long distances. It also creates comfortable sleeping conditions in this position.

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1. An inflatable headrest comprising a chamber capable of filling with air, made with a recess under the neck, while the edge sections of the chamber adjacent to the recess are rounded and smoothly mated with its side sections and with a recess, characterized in that the chamber is made in the form of a head restraint bag in this case, a rectangular part of the lower side of the head restraint is communicated and smoothly passes into the tubular element, so that part of the wall of the head restraint in the interface section coincides with the part of the wall t of the ribbed element and is made as its continuation, while the recess under the neck is formed as a smooth pairing of the remaining part of the wall of the tubular element with the portion of the head restraint facing it, and the free corners of the head restraint are rounded, in addition, the free end of the tubular element is provided with a strap made with the possibility of forming a detachable ring from it with fixing it with detachable clasps, for example buttons, while the vertical edge of the headrest bag is provided with a language in which TIFA, wherein the loop is fixed, made of lace and a length sufficient to lock it in the split ring, deformation of the tubular member without further restraint to inflate valve disposed at the free end of the tubular member.
2. The headrest according to claim 1, characterized in that the headrest is equipped with a removable cover having a shape that repeats the shape of the camera.
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EA032123B1 (en) * 2016-09-14 2019-04-30 ОБЩЕСТВО С ОГРАНИЧЕННОЙ ОТВЕТСТВЕННОСТЬЮ "маНЮни" Anatomical pillow

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EA032123B1 (en) * 2016-09-14 2019-04-30 ОБЩЕСТВО С ОГРАНИЧЕННОЙ ОТВЕТСТВЕННОСТЬЮ "маНЮни" Anatomical pillow

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