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US1848313A
US1848313A US39254229A US1848313A US 1848313 A US1848313 A US 1848313A US 39254229 A US39254229 A US 39254229A US 1848313 A US1848313 A US 1848313A
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March 8, 1932. G. F. SURE-SH 1,848313 SAFETY DEVICE FOR AUTOMOBILES riled Sept. 14, 1929 v 6 .1 mash being swivelly attached to the buckle as shown. This upper snap buckle 16 en ages a bolt 17 which extends horizontally t irough the top portion 5 of the seat back frame extending forwardly from the top of the seat back as shown in Figure 1. After passing through the eye 15 of the snap buckle 16 the strap is extended down and attached at its other end to that portion overlying the cen* tral art of the seat back by means of a three bar Buckle 18 similar to the buckle 10. As shown this buckle 18 has the main body portion of the strap 7 passing under the two side bars thereof and over the center bar and the upper end 19 of the strap is also passed therethrough in this manner so as to form the loop 20 through which the occupant of the seat may extend his or her arm.

In order to hold the upper lapped part of the strap in the proper position two resilient bands 21 are passed thereabout, one of these bands being shown in detail in Figure 3 and as is also clearly shown in this figure each of the long side bars of the band 21 is toothed upon its inner face, the teeth being indicated by the numerals 22.- a I The under face of each of the side bars of the buckles 10 and 18 is also provided with teeth as indicated at 23and the top or outer side ofthe central bar of each of these buckles has the teeth 24 formed thereon so that it will be readily seen that the buckles will be securely heldfin engagement withthe! straps passed therethrough so that accidental sliping and enlargingof the loop 18 or of the l bop 8 will be prevented.

V It will be readily seen that by sliding the buckle 18 up or'down upon the body of the strap 7 and by drawing the end 19 therethrough in the proper direction the loop 20 may be enlarged or made smaller as desired without disturbing the connection between the turned upper and lower portions of the strap and the snap fasteners by means of which the strap isheld in osition. I

The purpose of the resi ient bands 21 in addition to keeping the strap from sliding back and forth on loop 15 is to allow for ad-.

justments of the loop 20, that is, permitting the loop to be increased or decreased in size without disturbing the buckle 18 which secures the end of this loop to the main body portion ofthe strap. As will be readily seen y slipping the lower one of the bands 21 up or down the size of the loop 20 can be regulated without shifting the more diflicultly movable buckle 18. 7

While I have particularly shown thepresent safety device in connection with a front seat back and shown the same extending vertically thereacross it is,"of course, to be un-- derstood that I do not wish to be limited in any manner to the use of this strap for it will be obvious that the same may be arranged in a number of different positions over the seat back and it may also be used in connection with a rumble seat by being (pd sitioned across the back thereof or exten ed from the top forwardly for engagement with. a portion of the machine body so that it will be positioned at the riders side where the loop 20 may be grasped or the arm of the rider may be extended therethrough.

Having thus described my invention, what I claim is 1. A safety device for attachment to seats, comprising a strap having one end turned back and secured 'to form a loop, a snap fastenerengaged by said loop and designed to engage a fixed element adjacent the seat, a

second snap fastener havin the median portion ofthe strap adjustab y engaged therewith 'and designed for engagement with a fixed member remotely positioned from the first mentioned member, and a buckle adjustably carried'by the strap between said snap fasteners, said strap having its other end engaged through said buckle and adj usted to form a 100 adapted to be grasped by an occupant of t e seat. a

' 2. Asafety device forattachment to seats, omprising a strap having one end turned back and secured to form a loop, asnap fastener engaged by said 100 and designed to engage a fixed element a jacent the seat, a second snap fastener having the median portion of the strap adjustably engaged therewith and'designedyfor engagement with a fixed member remotely positioned from the first mentioned member, a buckle adjustably carried by the strap between said snap fasteners, said strap having its, other end engaged throughsaid buckle andadjusted to v form a loop adapted to be grasped by an occupant of the seat, and adjustable fastening bands surrounding the superposed portions of the strap adjacent the second mentioned buckle. I a

3. ,A safety device for attachment to seats, comprising a strap having aloop formed at one end, a snap fastener engaged by said loop and designed to engage a fixed element adjacent the seat, a second snap fastener having engagement with the strap at the median portion thereof and designed for engagement with a fixed member remotely po- 7 sitioned from the first mentioned member, and a buckle carried by the strap between said snap fasteners, said strap having its other end engaged through said buckle and adjusted to form a loop adapted to be grasped by an occupant of the seat. q

4. A safety devicefor attachment to seats, comprising a strap, means carried by the strap at one end for connection with a fixed portion of the seat, means adj ustably attached to the strap adjacent the median portion thereof and engaged with a fixed member remotely positioned from the fixed end of the strap, a fastening element carried by signature.

the strap between the firstmentioned means 7 and the adjust-able means for engaging and securing the other end thereto to form a loop adapted to be'grasped by an occupant of the seat. I

In testimony whereof'I hereunto aflix my GEORGE BURESI-I.

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Cited By (10)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2637372A (en) * 1949-07-07 1953-05-05 Nicholas C Angelo Child's portable chair
US2695052A (en) * 1952-03-26 1954-11-23 Harold T Yates Safety tether for child occupants of automobile seats
US2847059A (en) * 1957-05-27 1958-08-12 Klins Thomas Albert Seat for sportsmen
US2856991A (en) * 1956-03-13 1958-10-21 Princiotta Cono Safety device for vehicle passengers
US3046056A (en) * 1961-02-20 1962-07-24 Irving Air Chute Co Inc Seat belt protector boots
US3298738A (en) * 1965-05-19 1967-01-17 William N Shalhoob Playground swing
US3480325A (en) * 1967-07-25 1969-11-25 Howard A Kramer Vehicle safety belt means for infant or child
US4063778A (en) * 1971-08-02 1977-12-20 Chika John J Individual restraining device for a vehicle user
US4243266A (en) * 1978-03-31 1981-01-06 Kangol Magnet Limited Seat belt system and connector therefor
US4810036A (en) * 1987-12-02 1989-03-07 Buser Warren H Shoulder belt restraint

Cited By (10)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2637372A (en) * 1949-07-07 1953-05-05 Nicholas C Angelo Child's portable chair
US2695052A (en) * 1952-03-26 1954-11-23 Harold T Yates Safety tether for child occupants of automobile seats
US2856991A (en) * 1956-03-13 1958-10-21 Princiotta Cono Safety device for vehicle passengers
US2847059A (en) * 1957-05-27 1958-08-12 Klins Thomas Albert Seat for sportsmen
US3046056A (en) * 1961-02-20 1962-07-24 Irving Air Chute Co Inc Seat belt protector boots
US3298738A (en) * 1965-05-19 1967-01-17 William N Shalhoob Playground swing
US3480325A (en) * 1967-07-25 1969-11-25 Howard A Kramer Vehicle safety belt means for infant or child
US4063778A (en) * 1971-08-02 1977-12-20 Chika John J Individual restraining device for a vehicle user
US4243266A (en) * 1978-03-31 1981-01-06 Kangol Magnet Limited Seat belt system and connector therefor
US4810036A (en) * 1987-12-02 1989-03-07 Buser Warren H Shoulder belt restraint

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