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US20040118718A1
US20040118718A1 US10/324,217 US32421702A US2004118718A1 US 20040118718 A1 US20040118718 A1 US 20040118718A1 US 32421702 A US32421702 A US 32421702A US 2004118718 A1 US2004118718 A1 US 2004118718A1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63BAPPARATUS FOR PHYSICAL TRAINING, GYMNASTICS, SWIMMING, CLIMBING, OR FENCING; BALL GAMES; TRAINING EQUIPMENT
    • A63B55/00Bags for golf clubs; Stands for golf clubs for use on the course; Wheeled carriers specially adapted for golf bags
    • A63B55/50Supports, e.g. with devices for anchoring to the ground
    • A63B55/57Bags with tripod or like set-up stands
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45CPURSES; LUGGAGE; HAND CARRIED BAGS
    • A45C5/00Rigid or semi-rigid luggage
    • A45C5/06Rigid or semi-rigid luggage with outside compartments
    • 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
    • A45FTRAVELLING OR CAMP EQUIPMENT: SACKS OR PACKS CARRIED ON THE BODY
    • A45F3/00Travelling or camp articles; Sacks or packs carried on the body
    • A45F3/02Sacks or packs carried on the body by means of one strap passing over the shoulder
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63BAPPARATUS FOR PHYSICAL TRAINING, GYMNASTICS, SWIMMING, CLIMBING, OR FENCING; BALL GAMES; TRAINING EQUIPMENT
    • A63B2208/00Characteristics or parameters related to the user or player
    • A63B2208/12Characteristics or parameters related to the user or player specially adapted for children
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63BAPPARATUS FOR PHYSICAL TRAINING, GYMNASTICS, SWIMMING, CLIMBING, OR FENCING; BALL GAMES; TRAINING EQUIPMENT
    • A63B55/00Bags for golf clubs; Stands for golf clubs for use on the course; Wheeled carriers specially adapted for golf bags
    • A63B55/50Supports, e.g. with devices for anchoring to the ground
    • A63B55/53Supports, e.g. with devices for anchoring to the ground with legs opening automatically upon putting the bag on the ground

Abstract

The present invention provides a substantially tubular carrying case, wherein the tube is sectioned into multiple substantially separated transverse compartments for carrying personal items. In one embodiment, the carrying case looks like a golf bag. In another embodiment, the carrying case is a diaper bag. In a further embodiment, the carrying case is a diaper bag that looks like a golf bag.

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    FIELD OF THE INVENTION
  • The present invention provides a tubular carrying case for carrying luggage and other possessions, such as for example, items found in a diaper bag. [0001]
  • BACKGROUND
  • Travelers rely on bags and carrying cases for storing and transporting luggage, and other personal possessions, such as clothes, toiletries, cameras, towels, and such. When traveling with infants, travelers are further encumbered with numerous items associated with the care of the children, such as diapers, baby clothes, toys, food, bottles, wipes, skin care lotions, baby powder, etc. It is recognized that organizing the items required for the care of infants is particularly difficult. Many diaper bags lack supported compartments, so that access to the compartments are often compromised when the compartments collapse. Various carrying cases purport to keep the personal items organized and portable. However, degree of success of prior carrying cases is erratic. Moreover, the number of styles for bags and carrying cases have become rather static. It would be desirable to provide a carrying case with a unique look, and a structure that is conducive for keeping personal items organized. [0002]
  • SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
  • The present invention provides a substantially tubular carrying case that is at least partially rigid, wherein the tube is sectioned into multiple substantially separated transverse compartments for carrying personal items. In one embodiment, the carrying case looks like a golf bag. In another embodiment, the carrying case is a diaper bag. In a further embodiment, the carrying case is a diaper bag that looks like a golf bag.[0003]
  • BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE FIGURES
  • FIG. 1 is a prospective side view of an embodiment of a tubular carrying case according to the present invention. [0004]
  • FIG. 2 is a prospective top view of an embodiment of a tubular carrying case according to the present invention, wherein the top is open to illustrate the top compartment interior. [0005]
  • FIG. 3 is a prospective side view of an embodiment of a tubular carrying case according to the present invention with the stand in operation, wherein the interior and bottom compartments are open to illustrate the transverse compartments. [0006]
  • FIG. 4 is a prospective top and side view of an embodiment of a tubular carrying case according to the present invention, wherein the all compartments are open. [0007]
  • FIG. 5 is a prospective bottom and side view of an embodiment of a tubular carrying case according to the present invention. [0008]
  • FIG. 6 is a prospective side view of an embodiment of a tubular carrying case according to the present invention with the stand in operation. [0009]
  • FIG. 7 is a prospective side view of an embodiment of a tubular carrying case according to the present invention illustrating the operation of the stand. [0010]
  • FIG. 8 is a side view of an embodiment of a tubular carrying case according to the present invention. [0011]
  • FIG. 9 is a side view of an embodiment of a tubular carrying case according to the present invention. [0012]
  • FIG. 10 is a side view of an embodiment of a tubular carrying case according to the present invention. [0013]
  • FIG. 11 is a top view of an embodiment of a tubular carrying case according to the present invention. [0014]
  • FIG. 12 is a side prospective view of an embodiment of a tubular carrying case according to the present invention with the compartments open. [0015]
  • FIG. 13 is a side view of an embodiment of a tubular carrying case according to the present invention with the compartments open and the stand in operation. [0016]
  • FIG. 14 is a transparent side prospective view of an embodiment of a tubular carrying case according to the present invention illustrating the shelves.[0017]
  • DETAILED DESCRIPTION
  • The invention is described by the following exemplary illustrations. It should be recognized that variations based on the inventive features disclosed herein are within the skill of the ordinary artisan, and that the scope of the invention should not be limited by the examples. To properly determine the scope of the invention, an interested party should consider the claims herein, and any equivalent thereof. In addition, any and all citations herein are, hereby, incorporated by reference. [0018]
  • FIG. 1 provides a prospective view of an embodiment of a carrying case according to the invention [0019] 10 which looks like a golf bag. Carrying case 10 comprises a main body 12 having a first end 14, a second end 16, a side 17, a solid support (not shown) and a soft cover 26. One or more portions of the main body may optionally comprise an insulating material so that the contents of one or more compartments can insulated from undesirable temperatures. In the case where a cool temperature is desired, a cooling pack may be added to the insulated compartments. When warm temperatures are desired, a hot pack may be added to the insulated compartments. For purposes of illustration, the first end is also referenced as the top end, and the second end is also referenced as the bottom end. First end 14 provides a first opening 18 (see FIG. 2) for a first compartment 20 that is releasably enclosed by a first cover 22. For purposes of illustration, the first compartment will also be called the top compartment. As shown, first opening 18 forms a top-down entry to first compartment 20 that substantially encompasses the first end. As such, first cover 22, acting as lid for compartment 20, is joined to main body 12 at attachment 28, and can be releasably closed by first fastener 30 which is shown as zipper that substantially attaches along an upper rim of the top end to the outer rim of the lid. Many types of fasteners are known and may be used to releasably enclose the compartments of the carrying case. Some examples of fasteners include grommets, laces, fit seals, snaps, buttons and hook and loop type fasteners such as those known as VELCRO® fasteners.
  • Although not shown, alternative methods of accessing first compartment [0020] 20 are also known to those having ordinary skill in the art. For example, first end 14 can be enclosed by a top such that first compartment 20 is accessed from a side opening as shown and/or described for the other compartments.
  • Carrying case [0021] 10 comprises at least one other compartment which is accessed from the side of the main body 12. For the embodiment in FIG. 3, carrying case 10 comprises additional compartments 32, 34 and 36. As shown, the openings 38, 40 and 42 for compartments 32, 34 and 36 comprise canopies 44, 46 and 48 which are designed to look like pouches on a golf bag. However, the openings for the additional compartments can be located directly on side 17 of main body 12 such that the covers for the openings constitute part of the main body.
  • Within the carrying case, the compartments are defined by the sides of main body [0022] 12, and at least one shelf separating each compartment from at least one adjacent compartment. In the embodiment shown, the compartments are substantially separated by shelves 50 (see FIG. 2), 52 (see FIG. 6) and 54 (see FIG. 6). It is understood that the shelves can be made from many materials including cloth, polymeric fabric and plastic, to provide a range of flexibility selected from soft to resilient to hard. In the embodiment shown, the shelves are resilient. Moreover, the shelves or portions of the shelves can be removably attached, in order to convert the bag into an actual golf bag, if so desired. In addition, when the bag has a canopy that looks like the side pockets of a golf bag, it is possible to hinge the shelves such that when the shelves do not separate from the compartments, they separate the interior of the main body from the canopy, converting the canopy in to actual side pockets of a golf bag.
  • As discussed above, first compartment [0023] 20 is also defined by either a top or, in the illustrated embodiment of FIG. 2, a lid 22. In the case where the carrying case is transformable into a golf bag, the top is completely removable or has a removable section. A bottom 55 at second end 16 (see FIG. 5) defines the compartment that is distal from the top compartment. In the embodiment shown, bottom 55 defines compartment 36 which is distal from compartment 20 (see FIG. 6). Alternatively, an optional shelf may separate compartment 36 from bottom 55. Numerous bottoms are known to the ordinary artisan for golf bags and can be used as bottom 55. In the embodiment shown, the bottom comprises a polymer base having studs for standing the bag upright. Other embodiments can include bottoms with wheels of varying sizes or weights with a rounded bottom for keeping the carrying case upright.
  • Covers [0024] 56, 58 and 60 are attached to the canopies adjacent to openings 38, 40 and 42 at attachments 62, 64 and 66 (see FIG. 6). The covers can releasably enclose the respective compartments by fasteners 68, 70 and 72, which are shown as zippers, but as discussed above, can encompass many types of fasteners. Although the covers are shown to be attached to the canopies at the bottom, examples of additional embodiments include attaching the covers at either side or at the top. Optional retainers, shown as a mesh in some of the embodiments (not labeled), may attach the covers to the canopies to help retain the contents of the compartments when they are open.
  • FIGS. 7 and 10 illustrate an optional golf bag stand [0025] 74. In the embodiment shown, the stand is located on the side opposite openings 38, 40 and 42 to provide at least a partially downward access to the side compartments when the stand is in use. FIG. 7 illustrates carrying case 10 leaning against the golf bag stand 74. Numerous golf stands are known to the ordinary artisan and can be used in accordance with the present invention. In the embodiment shown, golf stand 74 comprises hinge 80 attached at the top (first end 14) of carrying case 10 by known methods, such as rivets, screws, etc. Each of legs 82 and 82′ are hingedly attached to hinge 80 at one end. Extension rods 84 and 84′ are pivotly attached at one end and to legs 82 and 82′ respectively by pivot mounts 86 and 86′. Each of rods 84 and 84′ are hingedly attached at second end 16 by anchor 88 which is hinged against the bottom so that when the anchor 88 is pushed against the ground, the anchor pushes rods 84 and 84′ up, which pushes legs 82 and 82′ away from the main body. Other well-known methods of maintaining a golf bag in a upright or leaning position, without laying the golf bag on its side may be incorporated in the present invention, such as for example, weighing the bottom of the golf bag to keep the bag upright.
  • FIGS. 7 and 8 illustrate both a strap [0026] 76 and an optional handle 78 similar to those found on golf bags for carrying the carrying case. Numerous such straps and handles are available to the ordinary artisan. The strap and handle system shown can be used with strap adaptors which allows the bag to be carried like a back pack. While numerous embodiments are known to the ordinary artisan, one embodiment indicates that the strap is hooked to ringlets 79 attached to side 17 by known methods on or about the top end and on the side at about the middle of the main body. Examples of other variations include having the straps sewn or riveted directly to the main body near the top at one end and at various points along the side, including near the bottom of the main body, at the other end. Handle 78 is attached under strap 76 near the top end of the main body. Towels and name tags (not shown) can be attached by known methods to the ringlet or the handle.
  • In the embodiment shown, the carrying case also has an optional first pouch [0027] 90 and an optional second pouch 92 on the side of main body 12 (see FIGS. 1 and 6). The pouches may be mesh, made from the same material as soft cover 26, or made from an entirely different material. Numerous pouch styles and materials are known to the ordinary artisan. In conjunction with the golf bag motif, one of the pouches can take the form of an umbrella holder (not shown), or more consistent with a diaper bag, can hold a rolled-up diaper mat (not shown). As shown, the embodiment also illustrates additional optional pouches 94 (see FIG. 2) that line the inner wall of first compartment 20. When carrying case 10 is used as diaper bag, such pouches are useful for holding bottles and baby food jars.
  • While in the exemplary embodiment, the carrying case is the size of an ordinary golf bag, the dimensions of the carrying case can be increased or decreased according to the needs of the traveler. In addition, the cross-section of the tube need not be any particular shape. In the embodiment shown the cross-section of the tubular body is substantially circular. However, substantially oval or substantially polygonal cross-sections in which the edges are sufficiently rounded to preclude discomfort during carriage can also be used. Moreover, the length to width ratio need not be particularly defined, aside from the fact that the length of the case needs to be at least about one and a half times the width of the case (in the case of a circular cross section, the width is defined by the diameter of the circle). The width of the tube at one end can also be different from the width of the tube, provided that the length is at least about one and a halve times that of the widest width of the tube cross section. In another embodiment, the length of the tube is at least about twice that of the width or widest width of the tube cross section. [0028]
  • The materials used to make the solid support and soft cover of the golf bags are well known to those of ordinary skill in making golf bags. In the present invention, the soft cover is made from canvas. Examples of other materials for the soft cover include polymers such a nylon, or natural materials such as leather. In the present invention, the solid support is made from plastic. It is also known to have a solid support comprising a ring and a pan shaped base rigidly connected by an inner rod. The soft cover joins the ring and the base to form the main body such that the intermediate section of the main body between the ring and the base is not rigid. However, the ring, the base and the inner rod remain substantially rigid. In such an arrangement, the base can tilt on the inner rod to operate the stand by pushing rods [0029] 84 and 84′ up, which pushes legs 82 and 82′ away from the main body.

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1. A carrying case comprising a substantially tubular body that is at least partially rigid, and a carrying strap,
wherein the tubular body comprises a top end, a bottom end and a side, and is sectioned into at least three substantially separate transverse compartments comprising a top compartment, a bottom compartment and at least an intermediate compartment;
the top compartment comprises a first opening which is releasably closed by a first cover having a first fastener,
the bottom compartment comprises a second opening on the side of the tubular body which is releasably closed by a second cover having a second fastener,
the at least one intermediate compartment comprises at least one corresponding intermediate compartment opening on the side of the tubular body which is releasably closed by at least one corresponding intermediate compartment cover having at least one corresponding intermediate compartment fastener, and
wherein the carrying strap is attached at the side of the tubular body in a manner that does not substantially impede access to the openings.
2. The carrying case according to claim 1 wherein the first opening is located on the top end of the tubular body, the first cover is a lid, and the openings for the bottom and the at least one inner compartments are substantially aligned along a vertical axis of the tubular body.
3. The carrying case according to claim 2 wherein the first opening substantially encompasses the top end and the first fastener is a zipper that releasably fastens along a substantially an upper rim of the top end to a substantially outer rim of the cover.
4. The carrying case according to claim 2 wherein the fastener are selected from the group consisting of zippers, grommets, laces, fit seals, snaps, buttons, hook and loop type fasteners.
5. The carrying case according to claim 1 wherein the first opening is located on the side of the tubular body, and the openings for the top, the bottom and the at least one intermediate compartments are substantially aligned along a vertical axis of the tubular body.
6. The carrying case according to claim 5 wherein the fastener are zippers.
7. The carrying case according to claim 1 further comprising a handle located on the side of the tubular body, substantially under the strap, and near the top end.
8. The carrying case according to claim 2 further comprising a handle located on the side of the tubular body, substantially under the strap and near the top end.
9. The carrying case according to claim 8 further comprising a golf stand substantially along the vertical axis of the tubular body, and attached on the side of the tubular body substantially opposing the openings of the bottom and at least one inner compartments.
10. The carrying case according to claim 3, wherein each side opening further comprises a canopy on which the corresponding cover is attached and the opening is releasably closed by a fastener that attaches the cover to the canopy.
11. The carrying case according to claim 10, wherein all fasteners are zippers.
12. The carrying case according to claim 8, further comprising at least two wheels about the bottom end.
13. The carrying case according to claim 8, wherein the bottom end comprises sufficient weight to maintain the tubular body in an upright position.
14. The carrying case according to claim 10, further comprising a golf stand substantially along the vertical axis of the tubular body, and attached on the side of the tubular body substantially opposing the openings of the bottom and at least one inner compartments, and a handle located on the side of the tubular body, substantially under the strap, and near the top end.
15. The carrying case according to claim 14, further comprising a first pouch on the side opposing the strap.
16. The carrying case according to claim 15, further comprising a second pouch above and in alignment with the side openings.
17. The carrying case according to claim 10, further comprising a pouch that is attached along the inner wall of the top compartment.
18. The carrying case according to claim 3,further comprising six mesh pouches that are attached along the inner wall of the top compartment.
19. A carrying case comprising a substantially tubular body that is at least partially rigid, a golf stand, a handle and a carrying strap,
wherein the tubular body comprises a top end, a bottom end and a side of the tubular body, and is sectioned into four substantially separate transverse compartments comprising a top compartment, a bottom compartment, an upper intermediate compartment and a lower intermediate compartment;
the top compartment comprises a top opening which substantially encompasses the top end and is releasably closed by a lid having a first zipper that releasably fastens along a substantially an upper rim of the top end to a substantially outer rim of the lid,
the remaining compartments each comprise a corresponding opening on the side of, and aligned on a vertical axis of the tubular body, and closed by a corresponding cover having a corresponding fastener selected from the group consisting of zippers, snaps, hooks and loop type fasteners,
the golf stand is attached on the side of the tubular body substantially opposing the side openings,
the carrying strap is attached at the side of the tubular body at about the top end and at about the middle of the tubular body in a manner that does not substantially impede access to the openings or interfere with the operation of the golf stand,
the handle is attached to the side of the tubular body substantially under the strap and near the top end, and
wherein the carrying case provides the appearance of a golf bag.
20. A diaper bag comprising a substantially tubular body that is at least partially rigid, a first side pouch, a second side pouch, a handle and a carrying strap,
wherein the tubular body comprises a top end, a bottom end and a side of the tubular body, and is sectioned into four substantially separate transverse compartments comprising a top compartment, a bottom compartment, an upper intermediate compartment and a lower intermediate compartment;
the top compartment comprises at least one internal pouch that is attached along the interior wall of the top compartment, a top opening which substantially encompasses the top end and is releasably closed by a lid having a first zipper that releasably fastens along a substantially an upper rim of the top end to a substantially outer rim of the lid,
the remaining compartments comprises a corresponding opening with a corresponding canopy in the shape of a pouch on the side of, and aligned on a vertical axis of the tubular body, a corresponding cover having a corresponding zipper is attached to each corresponding canopy such that the corresponding cover releasably closes the corresponding opening when the zipper is fastened to the corresponding canopy,
the carrying strap is attached at the side of the tubular body at about the top end and at about the middle of the tubular body in a manner that does not substantially impede access to the openings,
the handle is attached to the side of the tubular body substantially under the strap and near the top end,
the first side pouch is on a side opposing the carrying strap, and
the second mesh side pouch is above and in alignment with the side openings.
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