US20090229626A1 - Firm structured hair clip - Google Patents

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US20090229626A1
US20090229626A1 US12/045,715 US4571508A US2009229626A1 US 20090229626 A1 US20090229626 A1 US 20090229626A1 US 4571508 A US4571508 A US 4571508A US 2009229626 A1 US2009229626 A1 US 2009229626A1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45DHAIRDRESSING OR SHAVING EQUIPMENT; MANICURING OR OTHER COSMETIC TREATMENT
    • A45D8/00Hair-holding devices; Accessories therefor
    • A45D8/24Hair clasps, i.e. multi-part clasps with pivotal connection of parts at their ends

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A hair clip comprises an upper clip body and a lower clip body each having a respective operating end; the operating ends of the upper clip body and lower clip body being combined by using a pivotal shaft; each of the upper clip body and the lower clip body having a respective clamping end at an side opposite the operating end; the pivotal shaft having a tension spring for closing the clamping ends; an auxiliary device installed between the upper clip body and lower clip body; the actuating rod having a clamping unit and an actuating rod; the clamping unit being swingable and is connected to the upper clip body; the clamping unit having a front end and a rear end; the actuating rod having a first end pivoted to the rear end of the clamping unit and a second end connected to the upper clip body.

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    FIELD OF THE INVENTION
  • The present invention relates to hair clips, and particularly to a hair clip which has improved the defect in the prior art dock-mouth like hair clip; the hair can be clamped firmly in the hair clip without sliding out from the hair clip.
  • BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
  • With referring to FIG. 8, the prior art hair clip 1 like a mouth of a dock is illustrated. The hair clip 1 has an upper clip body 11 and a lower clip body 12. Rear ends of the upper clip body 11 and the lower clip body 12 are clamped together by a pivotal shaft 13. A tension spring 14 is installed to the pivotal shaft 13. The tension spring 14 applies an elastic force to give a pressure to the front ends of the upper clip body 11 and the lower clip body 12 so that the two clip bodies are closed. When a force is applied to the rear ends of the upper clip body 11 and the lower clip body 12, the front ends of the hair clip 1 will open so as to form a clamping space between the upper clip body 11 and the lower clip body 12. An inner surface of the upper clip body 11 is distributed with a plurality of teeth 111 for increasing the clamping force of the hair clip 1.
  • The prior art dock-mouth like hair clip 1 has a simple structure and is used on the hair of the user so as to have the effect of decoration. However the prior art hair clip 1 causes that the hair clamped therein will slide out and is unstable. It is often that after used for a time period, the clip will tilt to one side and cannot be retained at an original position so that the clip must be repositioned.
  • Thus, the prior art clip has the above mentioned defects necessary to be improved.
  • SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
  • Accordingly, the object of the present invention is to provides a hair clip which has improved the defect in the prior art dock-mouth like hair clip; the hair can be clamped firmly in the hair clip without sliding out from the hair clip.
  • To achieve above object, the present invention provides a hair clip. In one embodiment, the hair clip comprises an upper clip body and a lower clip body each having a respective operating end; the operating ends of the upper clip body and lower clip body being combined by using a pivotal shaft; each of the upper clip body and the lower clip body having a respective clamping end at an side opposite the operating end; the pivotal shaft having a tension spring for closing the clamping ends; an auxiliary device installed between the upper clip body and lower clip body; the auxiliary device having a clamping unit which is swingable and is connected to the upper clip body; the clamping unit having a front end and a rear end; when the clamping ends of the upper clip body and lower clip body are opened, the front end of the clamping unit will swing upwards and when the upper clip body and lower clip body clamp hairs, the front end of the clamping unit will swing downwards to contact the clamping end of the lower clip body.
  • In another embodiment of the present invention, the hair clip comprises an upper clip body and a lower clip body each having a respective operating end; the operating ends of the upper clip body and lower clip body being combined by using a pivotal shaft; each of the upper clip body and the lower clip body having a respective clamping end at an side opposite the operating end; the pivotal shaft having a tension spring for closing the clamping ends; an auxiliary device installed between the upper clip body and lower clip body; the actuating rod having a clamping unit and an actuating rod; the clamping unit being swingable and is connected to the upper clip body; the clamping unit having a front end and a rear end; the actuating rod having a first end pivoted to the rear end of the clamping unit and a second end connected to the upper clip body; when the upper clip body and lower clip body open, the actuating rod will moves so that the first end of the clamping unit swings upwards; when the upper clip body and lower clip body clamp hairs, the first end of the clamping unit swings downwards to contact the clamping end of the lower clip body.
  • In above two embodiment, the upper clip body has two lateral walls which extends downwards; each lateral wall has a long guide hole near the operating end; the front end of the actuating rod has a through hole; a rear end of the clamping unit has a post which is insertable into the through hole so that the clamping unit is pivoted to the upper clip body; the second end of the actuating rod has a rod; two sides of the rod are insertable into the guide holes at two lateral walls of the upper clip body so that the second end of the actuating rod is movable in the guide hole.
  • In above two embodiments, each lateral wall of the upper clip body has a hole near the clamping end; two sides of a middle section of the clamping unit has two posts which are insertable into the two holes of the upper clip body so that the clamping unit is swingable along the posts and between the upper clip body and the lower clip body.
  • In above two embodiments, the clamping unit is a crank which is formed by a front arm and a rear arm; an outer end of the front arm is formed as the first end of the clamping unit and an outer end of the rear arm is formed as the rear end of the clamping unit; when the upper clip body and lower clip body clamp hairs, the front arm swings downwards to contact the clamping end of the lower clip body.
  • In above two embodiments, an interior of the front arm is formed with a teeth portion.
  • In above two embodiments, a middle section of the lower clip body along a longitudinal direction has a slot; when the clamping end of the lower clip body closes due to the elastic force of the tension spring; the lower clip body will eject the clamping unit towards the upper clip body so that the front arm of the clamping unit adhere upon the upper clip body and the rear arm of the clamping unit will swing downwards with the actuating rod to protrude out of the slot.
  • The various objects and advantages of the present invention will be more readily understood from the following detailed description when read in conjunction with the appended drawing.
  • BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
  • FIG. 1 is a perspective view of the hair clip in the first embodiment of the present invention.
  • FIG. 2 is an exploded perspective view of the FIG. 1.
  • FIG. 3 is a cross sectional view showing that the hair clip in FIG. 1 is opened.
  • FIG. 4 is a cross sectional view showing that the hair clip in FIG. 1 clamps hairs.
  • FIG. 5 is a schematic view showing that the hair clip in FIG. 4 are arranged on the hairs of the user.
  • FIG. 6 is a schematic view showing the close operation of the hair clip of FIG. 3.
  • FIG. 7 is a front view of FIG. 1, which shows that the hair clip in FIG. 6 has closed.
  • FIG. 8 is a schematic view about the prior art dock-mouth like clip.
  • DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION
  • In order that those skilled in the art can further understand the present invention, a description will be provided in the following in details. However, these descriptions and the appended drawings are only used to cause those skilled in the art to understand the objects, features, and characteristics of the present invention, but not to be used to confine the scope and spirit of the present invention defined in the appended claims.
  • Referring to FIGS. 1 and 2, the hair clip 2 of first preferred embodiment of the present invention is illustrated. The hair clip 2 of the present invention has a clip body 11 and another clip body 12. An auxiliary device 3 is installed between the upper clip body 21 and lower clip body 22. An operating end 211 at one end of the upper clip body 21 and an operating end 221 at one end of the lower clip body 22 are combined by a pivotal shaft 23. Another end of the upper clip body 21 is formed as a clamping end 212 and another end of the lower clip body 22 is formed as a clamping end 222. The pivotal shaft 23 is installed with a tension spring 24 for applying elastic forces to the clamping end 212 of the upper clip body 21 and the clamping end 222 of the lower clip body 22 so that the clamping end 212 and the clamping end 222 move to the close directions.
  • In the embodiment, the upper clip body 21 has a U shape cross section and has two downward extending lateral walls 213. Each lateral wall 213 has a long guide hole 214 near the operating end 211. Each lateral wall 213 has a pivotal point 215 near the clamping end 212. In this embodiment, each pivotal point 215 is formed by two holes at two opposite sides. However other structures are permissible, for example two rods at two opposite sides. The lower clip body 22 has an approximate cambered shape and a middle section thereof along a longitudinal direction thereof has a slot 223.
  • The main feature of the present invention is the auxiliary device 3 of the hair clip 2. The auxiliary device 3 includes a clamping unit 31 which is connected to at least one actuating rod 32. The clamping unit 31 has a front end 314, a rear end 315 and a pivotal portion 313. In this embodiment, the pivotal portion 313 is formed by two posts which are formed at a middle section of the clamping unit 31. The two pots are insertable into the two holes 215 at two lateral walls 213 of the upper clip body 21 so that the clamping unit 31 is swingable along the pivotal portion 313 as shown in FIGS. 3 and 4.
  • In this embodiment, the clamping unit 31 is a crank which is formed by a front arm 311 and a rear arm 312. The pivotal portion 313 is at the connection of the front arm 311 and the rear arm 312 so that when the clamping unit 31 swings, the moving direction of the front arm 311 and rear arm 312 are opposite. That is, when the rear arm 312 moves upwards, the front arm 311 swings downwards. In this embodiment, the front arm 311 is installed with teeth portion 316.
  • In this embodiment, when the front arm 311 of the clamping unit 31 swings upwards, it will contact the upper clip body 21, as shown in FIG. 3 and the front end 314 of the clamping unit 31 slightly protrudes from the clamping end 212 of the upper clip body 21. When the front arm 311 of the clamping unit 31 swings downwards, the front arm 311 will contact the clamping end 222 of the lower clip body 22, as shown in FIG. 4.
  • The actuating rod 32 has a first end 321 connected to the clamping unit 31 and a second end 322 connected to the upper clip body 21. In this embodiment, the first end 321 has a through hole 323. The rear end 315 of the clamping unit 31 has a rod 324. Two sides of the rod 324 are insertable into the guide holes 214 at two lateral walls 213 of the upper clip body 21 so that the second end 322 of the actuating rod 32 are movable within the guide holes 214.
  • Referring to FIG. 3, the open state of the hair clip 2 of the present invention is illustrated. When a force is applied to the operating end 211 of the upper clip body 21 and the operating end 221 of the lower clip body 22, the clamping end 212 and clamping end 222 of the hair clip 2 will open so that the rod 324 at the rear end of the actuating rod 32 move toward a front end of the guide hole 214 and is buckled and positioned therein. Because the first end 321 of the actuating rod 32 pulls the rear end 315 of the clamping unit 31, the front end 314 of the clamping unit 31 swings upwards so that a clamping space is defined between the upper clip body 21 and lower clip body 22.
  • The use of the hair clip 2 of the present invention is illustrated in FIGS. 4 and 5 of the present invention. When the user pulls the hair 4 upwards, the upper clip body 21 and lower clip body 22 of the hair clip 2 will open and clamp the hair 4. Because the hair 4 extrudes the pivotal connection of the clamping unit 31 and the actuating rod 32 so as to push forwards the rear arm 312 of the clamping unit 31 and the actuating rod 32. Thus, the rod 324 at the rear end of the actuating rod 32 will move toward the rear side of the guide hole 214. The front arm 311 of the clamping unit 31 swings downwards to contact the clamping end 222 of the lower clip body 22 so as to seal the hair 4 in the clamping space 25. Thus the hair 4 will not slide out of the upper clip body 21 and lower clip body 22.
  • With referring to FIG. 6, the close operation of the hair clip 2 of the present invention is illustrated. When the upper clip body 21 and lower clip body 22 at FIG. 3 are closed by the elastic force of the tension spring 24, the lower clip body 22 is pushed by the elastic force to eject the front end 314 of the clamping unit 31 so that the clamping unit 31 ejects the upper clip body 21 to have the state illustrated in FIG. 7. At this state, the front arm 311 of the clamping unit 31 adheres upon the upper clip body 21. The rear arm 312 of the clamping unit 31 and the actuating rod 32 swings downwards together to protrude out of the slot 223 of the lower clip body 22 (referring to FIG. 2).
  • The hair clip 2 according to the present invention, by the auxiliary device 3, the upper clip body 21 and lower clip body 22 clamp the hair. The front end 314 of the clamping unit 31 swings downwards to clamp with the lower clip body 22. Thereby the hair clamping in the hair clip 2 will not slide out of the upper clip body 21 and lower clip body 22. Thus, the present invention provides a steady clamping effect.
  • The present invention is thus described, it will be obvious that the same may be varied in many ways. Such variations are not to be regarded as a departure from the spirit and scope of the present invention, and all such modifications as would be obvious to one skilled in the art are intended to be included within the scope of the following claims.

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1. A hair clip, comprising:
an upper clip body and a lower clip body each having a respective operating end; the operating ends of the upper clip body and lower clip body being combined by using a pivotal shaft; each of the upper clip body and the lower clip body having a respective clamping end at an side opposite the operating end; the pivotal shaft having a tension spring for closing the clamping ends;
an auxiliary device installed between the upper clip body and lower clip body; the auxiliary device having a clamping unit which is swingable and is connected to the upper clip body; the clamping unit having a front end and a rear end; when the clamping ends of the upper clip body and lower clip body are opened, the front end of the clamping unit will swing upwards and when the upper clip body and lower clip body clamps hairs, the front end of the clamping unit will swing downwards to contact the clamping end of the lower clip body.
2. The hair clip as claimed in claim 1, wherein the auxiliary device 3 further includes an actuating rod which is movable forwards and backwards between the upper clip body and the lower clip body; the actuating rod has a front end pivoted to the rear end of the clamping unit and a second end connected to the upper clip body; when the actuating rod moves, the rear end of the clamping unit will swing upwards and downwards.
3. The hair clip as claimed in claim 2, wherein the upper clip body has two lateral walls which extends downwards; each lateral wall has a long guide hole near the operating end; the front end of the actuating rod has a through hole; a rear end of the clamping unit has a post which is insertable into the through hole so that the clamping unit is pivoted to the upper clip body; the second end of the actuating rod has a rod; two sides of the rod are insertable into the guide holes at two lateral walls of the upper clip body so that the second end of the actuating rod is movable in the guide hole.
4. The hair clip as claimed in claim 3, wherein each lateral wall of the upper clip body has a hole near the clamping end; two sides of a middle section of the clamping unit has two posts which are insertable into the two holes of the upper clip body so that the clamping unit is swingable along the posts and between the upper clip body and the lower clip body.
5. The hair clip as claimed in claim 1, wherein the clamping unit is a crank which is formed by a front arm and a rear arm; an outer end of the front arm is formed as the first end of the clamping unit and an outer end of the rear arm is formed as the rear end of the clamping unit; when the upper clip body and lower clip body clamp hairs, the front arm swings downwards to contact the clamping end of the lower clip body.
6. The hair clip as claimed in claim 5, wherein an interior of the front arm is formed with a teeth portion.
7. The hair clip as claimed in claim 5, wherein a middle section of the lower clip body along a longitudinal direction has a slot; when the clamping end of the lower clip body closes due to the elastic force of the tension spring; the lower clip body will eject the clamping unit towards the upper clip body so that the front arm of the clamping unit adhere upon the upper clip body and the rear arm of the clamping unit will swing downwards with the actuating rod to protrude out of the slot.
8. A hair clip, comprising:
an upper clip body and a lower clip body each having a respective operating end; the operating ends of the upper clip body and lower clip body being combined by using a pivotal shaft; each of the upper clip body and the lower clip body having a respective clamping end at an side opposite the operating end; the pivotal shaft having a tension spring for closing the clamping ends;
an auxiliary device installed between the upper clip body and lower clip body; the actuating rod having a clamping unit and an actuating rod; the clamping unit being swingable and is connected to the upper clip body; the clamping unit having a front end and a rear end; the actuating rod having a first end pivoted to the rear end of the clamping unit and a second end connected to the upper clip body; when the upper clip body and lower clip body open, the actuating rod will move so that the first end of the clamping unit swings upwards; when the upper clip body and lower clip body clamp hairs, the first end of the clamping unit swings downwards to contact the clamping end of the lower clip body.
9. The hair clip as claimed in claim 8, wherein a middle section of the lower clip body along a longitudinal direction has a slot; when the clamping end of the lower clip body closes due to the elastic force of the tension spring; the lower clip body will eject the clamping unit towards the upper clip body so that the front arm of the clamping unit adhere upon the upper clip body and the rear arm of the clamping unit will swing downwards with the actuating rod to protrude out of the slot.
10. The hair clip as claimed in claim 8, wherein the upper clip body has two opposite lateral walls extending downwards; each lateral wall has a guide hole near the operating end; the second end of the actuating rod has a rod; two sides of the rod are insertable into the guide holes at the lateral walls of the upper clip body so that the second end of the actuating rod is moveable in the guide holes.
11. The hair clip as claimed in claim 10, wherein each lateral wall of the upper clip body has a hole near the clamping end; two sides of a middle section of the clamping unit has two posts which are insertable into the two holes of the upper clip body so that the clamping unit is swingable along the posts and between the upper clip body and the lower clip body.
12. The hair clip as claimed in claim 8, wherein the clamping unit is a crank which is formed by a front arm and a rear arm which are formed with an angle therebetween; an outer end of the front arm is formed as the first end of the clamping unit and an outer end of the rear arm is formed as the rear end of the clamping unit; when the upper clip body and lower clip body clamp hairs, the front arm swings downwards to contact the clamping end of the lower clip body.
13. The hair clip as claimed in claim 12, wherein an inner surface of the front arm is installed with a teeth portion.
14. The hair clip as claimed in claim 12, wherein a connection of the front arm and rear arm of the crank has a pivotal portion which is swingable connected to the upper clip body near the clamping end of the upper clip body.
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