RU73173U1 - Backpack with protection element - Google Patents

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RU73173U1
RU73173U1 RU2007139925/22U RU2007139925U RU73173U1 RU 73173 U1 RU73173 U1 RU 73173U1 RU 2007139925/22 U RU2007139925/22 U RU 2007139925/22U RU 2007139925 U RU2007139925 U RU 2007139925U RU 73173 U1 RU73173 U1 RU 73173U1
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Ричард МАЙЛЗ
Тимоти ВУЛЛЕР
Софи ДЕБУС
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Сэмсонайт Корпорейшн
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45FTRAVELLING OR CAMP EQUIPMENT: SACKS OR PACKS CARRIED ON THE BODY
    • A45F3/00Travelling or camp articles; Sacks or packs carried on the body
    • A45F3/04Sacks or packs carried on the body by means of two straps passing over the two shoulders
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45CPURSES; LUGGAGE; HAND CARRIED BAGS
    • A45C13/00Details; Accessories
    • A45C13/10Arrangement of fasteners
    • A45C13/1023Arrangement of fasteners with elongated profiles fastened by sliders
    • A45C13/103Arrangement of zip-fasteners
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45CPURSES; LUGGAGE; HAND CARRIED BAGS
    • A45C13/00Details; Accessories
    • A45C13/18Devices to prevent theft or loss of purses, luggage or hand carried bags

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ESSAY
Backpacks, bags for books, bags for things for a day are offered, which have the advantage compared to conventional luggage that when using them, the user has his hands free from carrying the backpack, since the backpack is worn on the back. However, in this case, the backpack is out of the user's field of vision, and this exposes the user to attacks by pickpockets or other thieves stealing items carried in backpacks. The use of the backpack proposed in this utility model reduces the likelihood of access to the backpack compartment (2) by lengthening the zipper (20, 56) of these compartments (12, 50) and placing their end on the back side (6) of the backpack, which usually in contact with the back of the user. These zippers (20, 56) end inside the pocket (22) protected by a detachable clasp, for example, a “loop-hook” clasp (29). This pocket is mainly formed by a flap (28) having a coating or made of the same textile material equipped with a soft pad, of which the back surface of the backpack is made, equipped with a soft pad to ensure user convenience. Thus, a backpack is not easy to open to thieves.
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2420-147519RU / 022

BACKPACK WITH PROTECTION ELEMENT

DESCRIPTION

The proposed utility model relates to backpacks, school bags or textbook bags, in general. Backpacks of this type, usually made of unstructured textile materials, are worn on at least one shoulder strap on the back. In addition, the present utility model relates to backpacks used in an environment where the user may be attacked by a pickpocket or the like, which can imperceptibly get to the contents of the storage compartment of such a backpack when the user carries it on his back. It’s very easy for a pickpocket or a robber to discreetly open the usual zipper fastener, without any special devices, to penetrate into the storage compartment of a backpack and steal something from its contents.

Manufacturers have attempted to reduce this access, for example, by replacing the usual zipper, blocking easy access, complex contact fastener, consisting of loops and hooks. The dexterous thief had to first deal with the contact fastener of the hinges and hooks when trying to steal, which the backpack user could find out at least by the noise when opening such a fastener. In addition, the British company "Carrie-Safe Ltd." began to produce a backpack with a removable cover that covers at least the upper part of the backpack, containing a regular zipper. This cover serves at least as an additional barrier against thieves.

According to a utility model, the backpack described herein comprises at least one shoulder strap attached to the back surface of the backpack to carry the backpack on one shoulder, as is usually done. The backpack contains an upper part, which is usually located above its lower part, and the backpack contains a storage compartment located between the rear and front sides, designed to accommodate things that the user wears in the backpack. This backpack compartment has a fastening closure through which the items to be carried can be placed in the storage compartment. This fastening opening has at least one slider and a pair of guides located along at least a portion of this opening.

The improved backpack has a pocket located between the user's body and the back of the backpack, into which a pair of guides passes. This pocket is sized so that it can accommodate at least one slider when the slider passes into the pocket along a pair of guides. Thus, access to the main storage compartment through the fastening closure is very limited, especially when the user carries the backpack on his back on at least one shoulder strap.

More specifically, a backpack pocket according to a utility model mentioned above may comprise a valve fixed to a surface on the rear side of the backpack. This valve comprises a first edge attached to the rear side and a second detachable edge which is removably attached to the rear side of the backpack so that the slider located in the pocket can be accessed when the edge is attached with the possibility of unfastening unfastened. Preferably, the guides end inside the pocket.

As with many backpacks, the back of the backpack for convenience contains a soft pad that normally contacts the back of the user when the user carries the backpack on one shoulder strap on one shoulder or when uses both shoulder straps and carries a backpack on both shoulders. The surface of the pocket is provided with the same soft padding, which usually also contacts the back of the user when he carries the backpack on one shoulder strap on one shoulder or when uses both shoulder straps and carries a backpack on both shoulders.

In the backpack proposed according to the utility model, the main part of the gear track (on the opening fastened to the fastener) is located on the front surface of the backpack so that the fastened opening is located on the front side of the backpack and access to the storage compartment is possible from the front side of the backpack. Relatively small, or "small" guides extend from the front of the backpack to the back of the backpack. This small part of the guides is located in the lower part of the backpack, and the main part of the guides is located on the upper part of the backpack, preferably, as described above, on the front side of the backpack.

A pair of guides of the proposed backpack according to a utility model contains, as usual, two rows of cloves clinging to each other, made on a pair of textile tapes. In this case, however, the textile tapes of a small part of the guides that extend from the front side of the backpack to its rear side are interconnected, so that when moving the slider when opening the storage compartment opening fastened to the closure, the closure closure is formed essentially only by the main part of the guides, not a small part of the guides. This small part of the guides is fastened with a narrow textile tape passing from the location of the pocket on the back of the backpack to the opening of the backpack compartment that is fastened to the fastener. The main part of the guides is located in the first plane from the front of the backpack, and a small part of the guides runs along a curved line from the main part of the clasp guides to the back of the backpack.

An additional storage compartment can be made by means of a second fastening opening that extends along the upper and side portions of the back side of the backpack. As in the case of the closure of the opening of the main storage compartment, the second fastening of the fastener also ends inside the pocket. An advantage of this utility model is that many storage compartments can be protected in one place with one protective pocket. Additional storage compartments of various sizes can be located on the front side, on the back side of the backpack or in any other place on the backpack where the fasteners can be arranged horizontally, vertically or in other directions can also end in the same protective pocket. The compartments may, for example, include compartments for a wallet, for trifles, or compartments made in size for special items, for example, for a passport, credit cards or wallets. Of course, any number of storage compartments can be performed according to the present utility model, however, for the disclosure of the present application, two storage compartments are described.

Next, the utility model will be explained in more detail with reference to the accompanying drawings, in which:

Figure 1 is a perspective view of a backpack in which the distinctive features of the present utility model are embodied;

Figure 2 is a perspective view of the opposite surface of the backpack, which shows the rest of the guides;

Figure 3 is an enlarged view of a pocket attached to the back of a backpack;

Figure 4 - the inside of the additional storage compartment and shoulder straps thrown to the front side of the backpack, so you can better see this additional storage compartment and pocket in the opened state;

5 is a small part of the guides passing along the right side of the bottom of the backpack;

6 is a small part of the guides on an enlarged scale and the method of sewing it for closing;

7 is a perspective view of the rear side of the backpack with a second zippered opening of the additional storage compartment.

The drawings show one preferred embodiment of the utility model, in which the backpack 2 has the usual general design and is made of textile materials, but can be made of any relatively flexible laminated material. Preferably, the backpack 2 contains a pair of shoulder straps 4, forming a harness for wearing, when used, the hands of the user of the backpack carrying it on its back are released. It should also be borne in mind that the backpack 2 can be worn using one shoulder strap 4, or the backpack can be equipped with only one shoulder strap 4 extending from the top of the backpack 2 to its lower part or to its opposite rear corner, which the user can position in front across the body, although a backpack is usually preferred, it has two shoulder straps.

This backpack 2 (see FIGS. 1 and 2) has a front side 14 and a back side 6 and usually contacts the back or the upper part 8 of the user's back, and contains shoulder straps 4, which the user places on top of the shoulders and runs down along the chest to attachment points in the lower part 10 of the rear surface 6. On the front surface 14 there is a pair of guides 20 extending from the middle part 9 of the front surface 14 upward along the upper part 8 and down along the right side. A pair of guides 20 and the resulting opening 16, limited by a pair of guides 20, provide easy access to the interior of the main storage compartment 12, made of ordinary textile parts of the backpack 2.

An unusual feature of the preferred embodiment is shown in FIG. 2 and all other figures. It consists in the fact that this pair of guides 20 additionally contains a relatively small, or “small” part 34 extending from the main part 36 of the pair of guides 20 described above, across the thickness of the backpack 2 to its rear surface 6. Thus, the guides 20 contain the main part 36, which is limited to the opening of the main storage compartment 12, and a small part 34 extending along the curved line 48 in a plane essentially perpendicular to the plane in which the main part 36 of the guides 20 is located, to the pocket 22 located ohm on the back side 6 of the backpack 2. This pocket 22 consists of a valve 24 having an edge 26 attached to the back side 6 of the backpack 2, acting as a hinge (see Figs. 3 and 7) and a detachable edge 28. The detachable edge 28 may be attached, with the possibility of unfastening, to the back side 6 by any mechanism, including buttons, hooks with loops, elastic bands, other ties, or any other mechanism. In this preferred embodiment of the present utility model, the detachable edge 28 preferably comprises a device consisting of a contact tape 29 with hooks (“Velcro”), located on the opposite side, relative to the detachable edge 28 of the valve, along it.

The valve 24 (see FIG. 3) is made mainly of textile material provided with a soft pad, similar to textile material equipped with a soft pad that covers the back side 6 of the backpack 2. This is because the valve 24 of the pocket 22 is usually located between the back and the back side 6 of the backpack 2. Of course, the valve 24 can be made of any relatively flexible laminated material. Hook contact tape 29 is positioned along the detachable edge 28 of valve 24. Hook contact tape 29 is fastened along the entire detachable edge 28, while two pieces of 31 with loops are placed on each side of the small portion 34 of the guides 20, since the pair of guides 20 ends inside the pocket 22.

In a preferred embodiment, the fastener comprises two sliders 18, whereby the user can select the closing position anywhere, and not necessarily in the pocket 22 (under the detachable flap 24 provided with a loop-hook fastener). The sliders 18 preferably comprise holes suitable for mounting the fixing means, i.e. for threading the bow of a regular padlock (not shown). Any tongues or ribbons 37 (ribbons 37 are shown in FIG. 3) are also located under the flap 24 of the newly proposed pocket 22, and thus hide them.

Figures 5 and 6 show in detail this small portion 34 of the guides 20. A pair of guides 20 are attached to the backpack 2 with textile tapes 40. Two rows of textile tapes 40 are attached to two rows of cloves 38 engaged with each other. The textile tapes 40 are attached to the backpack 2 s using a basting tape 41, which is laid along the length of the guides 20 along the inner perimeter of the backpack 2. The textile tape 44 is sewn to the inner surfaces of the textile tapes 40. This textile tape 44 is a substantially elongated rectangular piece of textile nogo material. Using a textile tape 44, a small portion 34 of the guides 20 is prevented from unfastening in this area, even if the catching teeth 38 in this smaller portion 34 can still be freely engaged and disengaged depending on the location of the sliders 18.

This design has the following advantages, which will become apparent when considering other figures. The pocket 22 and the sliders 18 hidden therein when the backpack 2 are carried on the back are located in the lower part 10 of the backpack. In the upper part 8 of the backpack 2 is the main part 36 of the guides 20 and, thus, access to the storage compartments is possible only from the upper part 8 of the backpack 2. The lower part 10 of the backpack 2 is hidden and cannot be opened if the slider or sliders 18 are located in this very lower part near the pocket 22. By means of the textile tape 44, a small part 34 of the pair of guides 20 is kept closed. Figure 4 shows the back side 6 of the proposed backpack 2 with an open second storage compartment 50 in the area of the fastening opening 52, the second fastener 56 located in a vertical plane on the periphery of the part provided with a soft gasket, from the rear side 6 of the backpack 2. Pocket 22 made so large that it can accommodate the end of this second fastener 56, as well as its corresponding slider or sliders 54, as shown in the previous figures. Thus, one pocket 22 can serve to provide additional protection, while not only restricting access to the main storage compartment 12, but also to this additional storage compartment 50.

7 shows a backpack 2 in a fully protected condition. 7 shows the rear side 6 of the backpack 2, where there is an additional storage compartment 50 closed by a fastener 56. The fastener 56 in a secure manner ends inside the pocket 22 behind the valve 24 in the closed position. 7 also shows a small portion 34 of the gear track 20, also ending inside the pocket 22 behind the valve 24 in the closed position.

Another distinctive feature of the proposed backpack 2 according to the utility model is the installation of a small elastic sealing sleeve 3 (see Figs. 2, 3 and 5) on the part of the outer surface of the main storage compartment 12, just above the curved line 48 of the small part 34 of the pair of guides 20. This is a convenient place through which the user can pass the headphone wire to a CD player or to another audio device, usually laid in the main storage compartment 12. This access channel, or sleeve 3, is located above the direction line 20, so that the wire of the headphones is protected from being caught during the opening of the main storage compartment.

According to the present utility model, a protected backpack is thus created, the use of which helps to reduce the likelihood of theft from it. When attempting to steal the contents of a backpack, the noise that occurs when the detachable edge of the valve is disconnected is an alarm to the user. Another distinctive feature of the valve is that if the user forgot to fasten the detachable edge of the valve to the back of the backpack, then at the moment the backpack comes into contact with the user's body (or when the user throws the backpack behind his back when he holds it on one shoulder strap or two shoulder straps) the valve is pressed against the rear surface, as a result of which there is a mutual engagement of the loop-hook fasteners. In addition, when the user carries the backpack on his back, the thief has the ability to access the backpack only from the side. In this case, the thief is not only in the peripheral field of view of the user, but when he tries to open the valve, the user will feel the movement of the valve pressed against his body. Even if the user carries the backpack on one shoulder strap, access to the thief’s pocket is difficult.

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1. A backpack containing at least one shoulder strap attached to the back surface of the backpack to be worn by the user on his back so that the upper part of the backpack is usually above its lower part, at least one storage compartment located between the back the surface of the backpack and the front surface of the backpack, for accommodating things to be carried in a backpack, and a fastening opening in at least one storage compartment through which things intended to be carried in yukzake, can be placed in at least one storage compartment, and the clasp has at least one slider engaged between the pairs of guide fasteners located along at least part of this fastened opening of the clasp, while there is a pocket into which the clasp passes and which is located between the body of the user and the back side of the backpack when the user carries the backpack on the shoulder on at least one shoulder strap, and the pocket is made so large that it fits The slider slid when the slider went into a pocket along a pair of guides.
2. The backpack according to claim 1, in which the pocket has a valve attached to the surface of the back side of the backpack, the valve having a first edge attached to the rear side and a second detachable edge that is removably attached to the rear side of the backpack.
3. The backpack according to claim 1, in which the guide fasteners end inside the pocket.
4. The backpack according to claim 1, in which the back side of the backpack contains a soft pad that is in contact with the back of the user when the user carries the backpack on the shoulder on one shoulder strap, and the pocket has a surface with the same soft pad that is in contact with the back of the user, when he carries a backpack on his shoulder on his shoulder strap.
5. The backpack according to claim 1, in which at least one storage compartment is the main clothing compartment.
6. The backpack according to claim 5, in which the main part of the pair of rails is located on the front side of the backpack so that the fastening opening is located on the front side of the backpack, as a result of which access to the main storage compartment is provided from the front side of the backpack.
7. The backpack according to claim 6, in which the pair of rails contains a small part, passing from the front side of the backpack to the rear side of the backpack.
8. The backpack according to claim 7, in which a small part of the pair of rails is located on the lower part of the backpack, and the main part of the pair of rails is located on the upper part of the backpack.
9. The backpack according to claim 8, in which the pair of guides has two rows of clasp teeth clinging to each other, made on a pair of textile tapes, the pair of textile tapes on a small part of the pair of guides fastened to each other, as a result of which the slide fasteners are opened to move a closable opening of the storage compartment; a fastened opening is formed essentially only of the main part of the pair of guides of the fastener.
10. The backpack according to claim 9, in which the textile tapes on a small part of the guides are fastened together by means of a narrow textile tape extending from a pocket on the back of the backpack and ending at a fastening opening.
11. The backpack of claim 8, in which the main part of the pair of guides passes for the most part along the first plane from the front side of the backpack, and a small part of the guides passes along a curved line from the main part of the fastener guides to the back side of the backpack.
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