RU192538U1 - Stick for walking gennady surninov - Google Patents

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RU192538U1
RU192538U1 RU2019119934U RU2019119934U RU192538U1 RU 192538 U1 RU192538 U1 RU 192538U1 RU 2019119934 U RU2019119934 U RU 2019119934U RU 2019119934 U RU2019119934 U RU 2019119934U RU 192538 U1 RU192538 U1 RU 192538U1
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The utility model relates to poles for hiking and Nordic walking, helping a person to move on road and other surfaces. A walking stick, characterized in that it contains a pole, a thrust bearing and a spring-loaded button on the side of the pole, located at the lower end of the pole, a handle with a strap in the form of a lanyard, semi-gloves located on the upper end of the shaft, moreover, the handle is made in the form of a spherical segment or segmental surface of a sphere, a fork in the form of a U-shaped plate with holes on the sides, tube y, fixed perpendicularly to the center of the base of the fork with a hole on the side, and the lower end of the shaft fits freely into the tube and is fixed with a spring-loaded button that matches the hole in the tube, the hub connecting the sides of the fork, two wheels with a hole in the center located at the edges of the hub, ratchet a mechanism in the form of, for example, a gear located on the hub between the wheels, fixedly connected to the wheels and having a diameter smaller than the diameter of the wheels, and a spring-loaded bar, dog, pivotally mounted on the fork pressed to the surface of the gear, and when you try to move the shaft tilted to the surface of the road or other coating backward, the ratchet mechanism stops the wheels, and adhesion to the road or other coating of the wheels does not allow the shaft to move, the person pushes away from the shaft and takes a step forward, when the shaft moves forward the ratchet mechanism frees the wheels, and the wheels roll on the surface of the road or other covering, and for movement on a flight of stairs or on rough terrain, a person by clicking on a spring the button disengages the shaft from the tube and continues to move with the shaft as with a regular cane. The walking stick can be made in the form of a steel spike or rubber lining. The walking stick has a shaft, handle, fork, sleeve, tube, wheels, wheel the gear and the plank can be made of lightweight materials, such as reinforced plastic, titanium or duralumin. The walking sticks on wheels can have rubber or elastic friction plastic protectors. The walking sticks on wheels can be equipped with Spikes are mounted. For a walking stick, the tube can rest directly on the sleeve passing through the side holes in the tube, and each wheel can have a separate ratchet mechanism. For a walking stick, the shaft can be fixed in the tube using a threaded connection. The walking stick can have light sources. In a walking stick, a shaft and wheels may have reflectors and / or a red light, and / or a shaft and wheels may be coated with reflective film or paint. The technical result provided by the scoop all signs in a walking stick is to increase the efficiency of a person’s movement on the surface of a road or other surface. A walking stick can be used in a person’s daily life, in fitness for healing and rehabilitation of sick, weakened people, including after surgery, and in sports.

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The utility model relates to poles for hiking and Nordic walking.

A stick is known, in particular a Nordic walking stick, having a shaft, at the lower end of which there is a shock absorber with a spike, the spike and / or the lowermost section of the inner sleeve attached to the stick shaft is made with the possibility to pass through the central hole of the shock absorber, and the shock absorber is installed with the possibility of displacement in the Central hole in the axial direction and with the possibility of fixing to the pole of the stick or to the inner sleeve, by creating a tight contact on the surface, at least in two positions axially spaced with respect to the shaft, characterized in that the shock absorber comprises an outer sleeve, covering the inner sleeve and mounted on it with the possibility of movement along the axis, and on the outer surface of the outer sleeve there is a clamping lever, which at its lower end facing to the side the lower working surface of the shock absorber is mounted with the possibility of articulating rotation relative to the outer sleeve, and at its upper end it tightly covers, in a fixed position of the shock absorber, at least m Here, a part of the stick shaft and / or the inner sleeve with the possibility of releasing the shaft and / or inner sleeve by pulling the clamping lever, by turning, from the outer sleeve, and the outer sleeve at its lower end contains a pad on the shock absorber, made with the possibility of removable attachment to the outer the sleeve with the help of a mounting pin oriented transverse to the axis of the stick and acting as an anti-swivel device while advancing the outer sleeve along the inner sleeve, wherein the fixing pin represents fight guide pin inserted into engagement with the guide notch in the inner sleeve and permitting axial movement, but scrolling locking the outer sleeve against the inner sleeve around the stick axis of the Russian Federation patent №2573949, 27.01.2016.

The device is difficult to manufacture and energy intensive to operate. One of the conditions for moving a person with a walking stick is to raise a walking stick and tear it off the surface of a road or other covering, which reduces a person’s stability when walking, reduces a person’s balance and can lead to his fall.

A stick for walking is known, characterized in that it contains a shaft, and one, lower, the end of the shaft is bifurcated, and the parts of the bifurcated shaft are at a certain distance from each other, the hub connecting the parts of the bifurcated shaft, a wheel with a hole in the center located on the sleeve, ratchet mechanism in the form of a U-shaped bar, consisting of two sidewalls with pivotally fixed ends for the parts of the forked shaft, a crossbar lying on the wheel, and a spring pressing the bar of the U-shaped bar to the wheel, and when trying to to place the shaft back, the U-shaped crossbar stops the wheel, the wheel does not rotate, and due to the wheel grip on the surface of the road or other coating does not allow the shaft to move backward, and when the shaft moves forward, the U-shaped bar releases the wheel, the wheel rolls along the road surface or other coating, and the shaft moves forward, the handle with a strap in the form of a lanyard, semi-gloves located on the other upper end of the shaft, RF patent for utility model No. 188778, 04/23/2019.

The device is not efficient enough. Reliance on one point of the wheel does not provide reliable fixation of the walking stick in a person’s hand. With the indicated walking stick, it is difficult to lift a person and descend a staircase or cross country due to the lack of complete fixation of the wheel.

The problem to which the claimed utility model is directed is to increase the effectiveness of a walking stick when moving a person on the surface of a road or other surface, as well as when moving along a staircase and cross country.

This problem is solved due to the fact that the walking stick, characterized in that it contains a pole, a thrust bearing and a spring-loaded button on the side of the pole, located on the lower end of the pole, a handle with a strap in the form of a lanyard, half-gloves located on the upper end of the pole, and the handle is made in the form of a spherical segment or segmental surface of a sphere, a plug in the form of a U-shaped plate with holes on the sides, a tube fixed perpendicularly to the center of the base of the fork with a hole on the side, the lower end of the shaft freely hinges into the tube and is fixed by a spring-loaded button that matches the hole in the tube, the hub connecting the side of the fork, two wheels with a hole in the center located at the edges of the hub, a ratchet mechanism in the form of, for example, a gear located on the hub between the wheels, fixed with wheels and having a diameter smaller than the diameter of the wheels, and a spring-loaded bar, dog, pivotally mounted on a fork and pressed to the surface of the gear, and when trying to move tilted to the surface of the road or other the ratchet mechanism stops the wheels when covering the shaft back, and the adhesion to the road or other wheel coating does not allow the shaft to move, the person pushes off the shaft and takes a step forward, when the shaft moves forward the ratchet mechanism releases the wheels, and the wheels roll on the surface of the road or other coating, and to move along a flight of stairs or over rough terrain, a person, by pressing a spring-loaded button, disconnects the shaft from the tube and continues to move with the shaft, as with a regular cane.

A person, using the proposed walking stick with two wheels when walking, constantly feels reliable support and does not lose balance, the person’s position becomes more stable. While walking, a person does not tear a stick from a support, therefore it spends less effort to maintain balance, the presence of two wheels allows a person to spend less effort to hold a walking stick in his hand. When using two walking sticks, on a stick in each hand, a person’s stability increases even more, since a person’s walking corresponds to natural walking, when a person waves his arms down with his legs down while walking with the legs moving.

When moving along a staircase or cross country, a person presses a spring-loaded button disconnects the shaft from the bottom of the device and uses the walking stick as a regular cane.

The technical result provided by the given set of signs in a walking stick is to increase the efficiency of a person's movement on the surface of a road or other surface, as well as while moving along a flight of stairs and cross country.

The figure shows the proposed device, a top view.

A walking stick, characterized in that it contains a shaft 1, a thrust bearing 2 and a spring-loaded button 3 on the side of the shaft 1, located at the lower end of the shaft 1, a handle 4 with a strap 5 in the form of a lanyard, half-gloves located on the upper end of the shaft 1, and the handle 4 made in the form of a spherical segment or segmental surface of a sphere, a plug 6 in the form of a U-shaped plate with holes on the sides, a tube 7 fixed perpendicularly to the center of the base of the plug 6 with an aperture on the side, the lower end of the shaft 1 freely fits into the tube 7 and fix The spring-loaded button 3, which coincides with the hole in the tube 7, has a sleeve 8 connecting the sides of the fork 7, two wheels 9 and 10 with a hole in the center located at the edges of the sleeve 8, a ratchet mechanism in the form of, for example, a gear wheel 11 located on the sleeve 8 between wheels 9 and 10, connected motionlessly with wheels 9 and 10 and having a diameter smaller than the diameter of wheels 9 and 10, and a spring-loaded bar 12, a dog pivotally mounted on a fork 6 and pressed against the surface of the gear 11, and when trying to move the tilted to the surface of road silt of a different coating, shaft 1 backwards the ratchet mechanism stops the wheels 9 and 10, and the grip with the road or other coating of wheels 9 and 10 does not allow shaft 1 to move, the person pushes off shaft 1 and takes a step forward, when the shaft 1 is pulled forward, the ratchet mechanism releases the wheels 9 and 10, and wheels 9 and 10 roll on the surface of a road or other surface, and to move along a flight of stairs or on rough terrain, a person by pressing a spring-loaded button 3 disconnects shaft 1 from tube 7 and continues to move with shaft 1, as usual th cane.

A man with his hand in the strap 5 of a walking stick and fastening strap 5 on his wrist, holds the shaft 1 by the handle 4 and goes along the surface of the road or other surface. When the shaft 1 moves backward, the wheels 9 and 10 locked with a ratchet do not rotate and serve as a support for a person. A person, leaning on a pole 1 with locked wheels 9 and 10, takes a step forward. Then, the hand holding the shaft 1 by the handle 4 moves forward and carries the shaft 1. The ratchet mechanism releases the wheels 9 and 10, the wheels 9 and 10 roll along the surface of the coating and allow the shaft 1 to move forward without much effort. Then the walking process with a walking stick is repeated. When moving along a flight of stairs or over rough terrain, a person by pressing a spring-loaded button 3 disconnects shaft 1 from tube 7 and continues to move with shaft 1, as with a regular cane.

The handle 4 of the walking stick is located at the top of the shaft 1 and is made in the form of a spherical segment or a segmental surface of a sphere, for the convenience of gripping the handle 4 with a hand and moving it while walking. The natural movements of the hand while walking are the swings of the hands with the palms turned back. Therefore, the handle 4, made in the form of a spherical segment or segmental surface of the sphere, and located on top of the shaft, is more consistent with the physiological structure of the hand than the handle made in the form of a tube and located on the shaft in the upper part of the shaft 1. This shape of the handle 4 is the safest, as it eliminates eye injury in case of accidental fall of a pedestrian.

The presence of two wheels 9 and 10 in the device provides better traction with the coating of a walking stick than traction of only one wheel, and provides greater stability when walking a person than with one wheel. The support in the proposed device is carried out on two wheels 9 and 10, at two points, which increases the reliability and efficiency of the device while maintaining equilibrium by a pedestrian.

The ratchet mechanism is a common mechanical device and is widely used in engineering and everyday life. In the claimed device is given and applied one of the many options for ratchet mechanisms. Therefore, the author, referring in this application to a specific ratchet mechanism, used the word in the formula, for example.

At a stick for walking, the thrust bearing 2 can be made in the form of a steel spike or a rubber lining.

A walking stick has a shaft 1, a handle 4, a plug 6, a tube 7, a sleeve 8, wheels 9 and 10, a gear wheel 11 and a plank 12 can be made of lightweight materials, for example, reinforced plastic, titanium or duralumin.

A walking stick on wheels 9 and 10 can be fitted with rubber or elastic friction plastic protectors.

Spikes can be mounted on a walking stick on wheels 9 and 10. At a walking stick, the tube 7 can rest directly on the sleeve 8 passing through the side holes in the tube 7, and each wheel 9 and 10 may have a separate ratchet mechanism.

At a walking stick, the shaft 1 can be fixed in the tube 7 by means of a threaded connection.

For advertising purposes, a walking stick may have light sources to illuminate shaft 1 and wheels 9 and 10 in the dark.

For the safety of walking in the dark at night, the pole 1 and wheels 9 and 10 can have reflectors and / or a red light, and / or shaft 1 and wheels 9 and 10 can be coated with reflective film or paint.

The author made the proposed walking stick in the amount of two pieces. Pole 1 with a rubber thrust pad 2 in a plastic tip with a spring-loaded button 3 with a plastic handle 1040 mm long, 20 mm in diameter, 200 g in weight, made of a thin-walled steel tube and a plastic tube 7 were used from a Chinese-made window mop that was purchased in a store household goods. The fork 6 was made of a wooden bar 112 × 63 × 20 mm 3 and two plywood plates 120 × 56 × 3 mm 3 . The tube 7 was attached to a wooden block with a rectangular steel bracket 80 × 40 × 2 mm 3 and four screws.

Wheels 9 and 10 with a diameter of 90 mm and a width of 21 mm with a rubber tread of 7 mm high with a distance between wheels of 63 mm with two bearings and with a steel sleeve 125 mm long, 8 mm in diameter and a plastic gear wheel 11 with a diameter of 32 mm with 20 teeths pieces, with a tooth height of 3 mm, connected motionlessly with wheels 9 and 10, were used from a simulator - a wheelchair to strengthen the abdominal muscles SLIDE FORWARD FIRST of Chinese manufacture. The steel plank 12 with dimensions 85 × 25 × 1 mm 3 , which acts as a dog in the ratchet mechanism, was pivotally mounted on the wooden bar of the bracket 6 with two screws. As a spring, pressing one end of the plate 12 to the teeth of the gear 11, a foam plate of 25 × 20 × 3 mm 3 was used , located between the other end of the plate 12 and the surface of the wooden bar of the bracket 6.

The handle 4 in the form of a segmental surface of a sphere with a diameter of 68 mm, a height of 23 mm and a thickness of 0.3 mm was attached to the upper end of the shaft 1. As a segmental surface of a sphere, a bronze decorative plumbing from the shower faucet was used.

The length of the walking stick was 1105 mm, weight - 705 g. In a serial sample, the weight of the walking stick can be significantly reduced through the use of lightweight composite materials.

Tests of a walking stick with the growth of the tester 165 cm, according to the author, were successful. Both one walking stick and two walking sticks made it possible for the tester to push off the soil and artificial turf without much effort and hold the sticks in his hands, confidently maintain balance when walking.

The proposed page for walking makes it easier for a person to walk due to the presence of two wheels located at a certain distance from each other, while the person feels more stable and more confident than using a walking stick with one wheel, as well as using ordinary sticks for sports, Scandinavian walking, which at each step must be torn off from the ground or other cover, which is fraught with a loss of balance and a fall, especially for weakened people.

Due to the possibility of separating the shaft 1 from the tube 7, the proposed walking stick can also be used when walking on flights of stairs and cross country.

The author also made a walking stick in accordance with paragraph 6 of the utility model formula, in which the tube 7 rested directly on the sleeve 8, passing through the side holes in the tube 7, and each wheel 9 and 10 had a separate ratchet mechanism. As wheels 9 and 10, wheels from a children's scooter with a diameter of 105 mm, a width of 22 mm with two bearings and a distance between the wheels of 50 mm were used. As the ratchet mechanisms, two steel rods with a diameter of 3 mm L-shaped were used, pressed by their own weight of the bars with shelves to the surface of the wheels, as well as thin rubber bands, and pivotally connected to the ends of the tube 6. The length of such a walking stick was 1120 mm, weight - 550 d. Testing a walking stick made in accordance with paragraph 6 of the formula, confirmed its performance.

The proposed walking stick can be made in artisanal conditions. Components for making walking sticks can be bought at hardware stores and sports stores.

A walking stick can be used in a person’s daily life, in fitness for healing, for the rehabilitation of sick and weakened people, including after surgery, and in sports.

Stick for walking Gennady Surninov

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1. The shaft

2. A thrust bearing

3. Button

4. The handle

5. The strap

6. Fork

7. Handset

8. Bushing

9. Wheel

10. Wheel

11. Gear wheel

12. The plate.

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1. A walking stick, characterized in that it contains a pole, a thrust bearing and a spring-loaded button on the side of the pole located at the lower end of the pole, a handle with a strap in the form of a lanyard, half-gloves located on the upper end of the pole, and the handle is made in the form of a spherical segment or segmental the surface of the sphere, a plug in the form of a U-shaped plate with holes on the sides, a tube fixed perpendicularly to the center of the base of the fork with a hole on the side, and the lower end of the shaft fits freely into the tube and the support is fixed with the help of a button matching the hole in the tube, a hub connecting the side of the fork, two wheels with a hole in the center located at the edges of the hub, a ratchet mechanism in the form of, for example, a gear located on the hub between the wheels, fixed to the wheels and having a diameter smaller than the diameter of the wheels, and a spring-loaded strap, dog, pivotally mounted on a fork and pressed to the surface of the gear, and when you try to move the shaft of the ratchet tilted back to the surface of the road or other coating the bottom locks the wheels, and the grip with the road or other coating of the wheels does not allow the shaft to move, the person pushes off the shaft and takes a step forward, when the shaft moves forward, the ratchet mechanism releases the wheels, and the wheels roll on the surface of the road or other covering, and to move along the stairs a march or cross country, a person presses a spring-loaded button disconnects the shaft from the tube and continues to move with the shaft, as with a regular cane.
2. A stick for walking under item 1, characterized in that the thrust bearing is made in the form of a steel spike or rubber lining.
3. A walking stick according to claim 1, characterized in that the shaft, handle, fork, tube, hub, wheels, gear wheel and plank are made of lightweight materials, for example, reinforced plastic, titanium or duralumin.
4. A stick for walking according to claim 1, characterized in that the wheels are fitted with protectors made of rubber or of elastic friction plastic.
5. A stick for walking according to claim 1, characterized in that the spikes are mounted on the wheels.
6. A walking stick according to claim 1, characterized in that the tube rests directly on the sleeve passing through the side holes in the tube, and each wheel has a separate ratchet mechanism.
7. A stick for walking according to claim 1, characterized in that the shaft is fixed in the tube using a threaded connection.
8. A stick for walking according to claim 1, characterized in that it has light sources.
9. A walking stick according to claim 1, characterized in that the shaft and wheels have reflectors and / or a red light, and / or the shaft and wheels are covered with a reflective film or paint.
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US5692533A (en) * 1995-01-25 1997-12-02 Cane Enable, Inc. Walking cane including function enhancing elements
US6158453A (en) * 1999-06-25 2000-12-12 Nasco; Mike Wheel mounted cane with brake
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US2244869A (en) * 1940-09-23 1941-06-10 Herbert A Everest Glider cane
US4892279A (en) * 1987-05-04 1990-01-09 Polymedical Technologies, Inc. Fully portable medical I.V. equipment stand/pole
US5692533A (en) * 1995-01-25 1997-12-02 Cane Enable, Inc. Walking cane including function enhancing elements
US6158453A (en) * 1999-06-25 2000-12-12 Nasco; Mike Wheel mounted cane with brake
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