US3609963A - Metal bands and chains, e.g. for wrist watches - Google Patents

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A WRIST WATCH BAND OR CHAIN IS FORMED OF A PLURALITY OF COMPOSITE METAL BARS EACH INCLUDING A CURVED HOLDING METALS BAR HAVING A RECTANGULAR RING AT EACH END AND A CURVED METAL BAR HAVING AN INDENTATION OR SLOT ON ONE SIDE INSERTED INTO THE HOLDING METAL BAR TO FORM AN APERTURE WITH THE HOLDING BAR, THROUGH WHICH A LINK IS EXTENDED TO CONNECT THE ADJACENT SOLID METAL BARS.

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Oct. 5, 1971 MINORU ICHINOSE METAL BANDS ANDUHAINS, E.G. FOR WRIST WATCHES 3 Sheets-Sheet 1.
Filed Nov. 25, 1968 FIG-4- A-r-ramviy Oct. 5, 1971 MINORU ICHINOSE METAL BANDS AND CHAINS, E.G. FOR WRIST WATCHES 3 Sheets-Sheet 2 Filed Nov. 25, 1968 INVENTOR. MINORU [CH/NOSE 1971 MINORU ICHINOSE 3,509,963
METAL BANDS AND CHAINS, E.G. FOR WRIST WATCHES 3 Sheets-Sheet 5 Filed Nov. 25. 1968 F G y C S O INVENTOR.
MINORU [CH/NOSE %M/a United States Patent Olfice 3,609,963 Patented Oct. 5, 1971 3,609,963 METAL BANDS AND CHAINS, e.g. FOR WRIST WATCHES Minoru Ichinose, 1-32, 4-chome, Taito, Taito Ward, Tokyo, Japan Filed Nov. 25, 1968, Ser. No. 778,412
Int. Cl. F16g 13/00 U.S. 01. 59-80 9 Claims ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE This invention relates to metal bands or chains of the nonexpansive type, and more particularly to those intended for personal wear and commonly referred to as bands or chains. Such chains are capable of use for personal adornment in themselves and are frequently used for the purpose of fitting a watch or other articles to the wrist of the wearer.
The object of this invention is to provide a new band or chain of metal components which will be simple to manufacture, of substantial strength and have long life.
According to ordinary methods, a wrist watch band or chain of this type is made by cutting a strip of rod into a number of narrow sheets, then bending reversely each end of each narrow sheet to form two rings, inserting a pin into each ring to form a metal bar, and finally connecting these metal bars. According to ordinary :methods, it is necessary to close each end of the ring by filling a piece through each side so as to fix the pin after said pin has been inserted, while not closing several rings of the band or chain in order to allow for adjustment of the length of the band of the wrist watch. To this end, the faces of several rings which are each not filled with the piece exhibit an unfavourable appearance, and it is also necessary to prepare special equipment for pulling out the pin for the purpose of adjusting the length of the band. At the same time, it needs some skill to adjust the length of the band.
The principal object of this invention is to improve the appearance of the wrist watch band, to enable the wearer of said band to easily adjust the length thereof by himself, and also to provide other advantages which will be apparent from the following descriptions.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION THE INVENTION The essential feature of this invention consists of a band or chain comprising a plurality of metal bars, each metal bar including a curved holding bar having a rectangular ring at each end and a similarly curved metal bar formed with an indentation or notch, which is inserted into said holding bar tightly so as to form one or several openings and engaging faces, and adjacet composite metal bar connected together by links extending through the adjacent openings, then bent and closed together to hold them together.
Another feature of this invention consists in a band or chain comprising a plurality of composite metal bars and of adjusting metal bars, each adjusting metal bar including a curved adjusting metal piece having a rectangular ring at each end, and a dent formed of (1) a piece having an inwardly projecting portion inserted into one of the rectangular rings, and (2) an adjusting piece which is so constructed that an opening is formed through a plate portion of said piece, two legs are parallelly extended from said plate portion, said plate portion is formed with a depressed face along one of the legs and a cavity is formed near an end of said leg, said adjusting metal bars being connected together by links extending through an aperture, said adjusting metal piece being inserted into the adjusting metal bar so as to form the aperture.
The composite metal bars forming the wrist watch band in accordance with this invention may be made with different modification by means of the metal pieces to be inserted into these solid metal bars, and namely the metal bar having a transverse slot may be inserted into separate holding bars, while the metal bar having an indentation at its one face must be inserted into the holding bar which is supported by the bridge portions so as to form an aperture. Any of these two holding bars may form the composite metal bar to have an aperture near one side of said metal bar and also to have either wide or narrow engaging face.
The link of this invention is extended through the apertures in the corresponding engaging faces of two adjacent, side-by-side, composite metal bars, then bent and closed together to hold them so that a substantial rotatability is imparted to the link thus connected, thus allowing the bars to rock slightly in relation to one another. In consequence, the band or chain can comfortably encircle a wearers wrist.
The holding bars of this invention are constructed to have a central recess on the engaging face so that the link thus connecting the composite metal bars does not slide, and it is possible to manufacture the wrist watch band with a comparatively smaller thickness than an ordinary one.
The link having either the same or thinner thickness than the holding bar may match the composite metal bar to have a level face, to enhance the appearance, to form a smooth inner surface of the band and to comfortably encircle a wearers wrist.
It is not necessary to develop or bend the link every time said link is either inserted through or pulled out of the apertures of the adjacent composite metal bars. The cavity near the end of one of the legs of the adjusting piece is tightly filled with the inwardly projecting portion of a piece filled into said holding bar so as to firmly hold these members, the level surface is obtained on the side edge portion of the plate portion of the adjusting piece and on the side edge portion of the holding bar; one side of the ring is filled with the piece to exhibit a smooth appearance and said adjusting piece can be easily pulled out by means of a steel pin inserted into the opening formed through the plate portion of said adjusting piece. To this end, a wide opening is formed through a bottom plate of the holding bar to expose the opening in the adjusting piece. When the adjusting piece is pulled out of the holding bar to make the adjusting metal bar free, said metal bar can be easily removed from said holding bar. When the wrist band or chain is too long, it can be properly adjusted by removing one or two adjusting metal ars.
The invention will be clearly understood from the following description of one form which it may assume, and this description will be more readily followed by reference to the accompanying drawings wherein:
FIG. 1 is a plan view of the wrist watch band in accordance with the present invention;
FIG. 2 is'a back view of the wrist watch band shown in FIG. 1;
FIG. 3 is a side elevation of the wrist watch band shown in FIGS. 1 and 2;
FIG. 4 is a perspective view of a metal bar inserted intoda holding bar for the formation of the wrist watch ban FIG. 5 is a perspective view of the holding bar for the metal bar shown in FIG. 4;
FIG. 6 is a perspective view of the composite metal bar consisting of the metal bar of FIG. 4 fitted into the holding bar shown in FIG. 5;
FIG. 7 is a perspective view of another embodiment of a metal bar for insertion into holding bars in accordance with this invention;
FIG. 8 is a perspective view of the another embodiment of a pair of holding bars for the metal bar shown in FIG. 7;
FIG. 9 is a perspective view of the composite metal bar consisting of the metal bar of FIG. 7 fitted into the holding bars shown in FIG. 8;
FIG. 10 shows, in perspective, the composite metal bars being interconnected by links;
FIG. 11 is a perspective view of a part of the band formed by the composite metal bars of this invention linked together;
' FIG. 12 represents, in perspective, an adjusting bar and a piece to be inserted in said adjusting bar;
FIG. 12-1 is aplan view of the adjusting bar shown in FIG. 12;
FIG. 13 is a bottom perspective view of the band, particularly showing the composite bar linked with several adjusting bars;
FIG. 14 is a plan view of a part of another embodiment of the watch band of this invention;
FIG. 15 is a perspective view of another solid metal bar taken out of the band shown in FIG. 14;
FIGS. 16-19 are the partial plan views of the other embodiments of the watch bands made in accordance with the present invention.
In carrying the invention into effect in one convenient manner, as shown in the aforesaid drawings, there are prepared a plurality of bars which are to be linked together to form a watch band. These metal bars 2 may be formed by cutting a strip of metal rod of approximately rectangular cross-section having a thickness of about 1 millimeter. As seen in FIG. 4, each metal bar 2 is slightly curved and has a centrally cut indentation on one side. A holding bar 4 having rectangular rings, or sections, at each end and bridge portions 3, 3' is also slightly curved with the same degree as that of the metal bar 2. As shown in FIG. 6, the metal bar 2 is inserted into the rectangular rings of the holding bar 4, then pressed with a substantial pressure to form a firm composite metal bar A. Said composite metal bar A thus formed has an opening 5 near the bridge portion 3 and the composite metal bar A has a wide face 6 and a narrow face 6, which are recessed with the same thickness as that of the rectangular ring of the holding bar 4. The thickness of each of the bridge portion 3 and 3 of the rectangular holding bar 4 is preferably the same as that of the metal bar 2 or slightly depressed.
Another embodiment of the metal bar 21 shown in FIG. 7 is provided with opening 5 near one side of said bar. In FIG. 8, there are shown a pair of separate rectangular holding bars 4 and 4. The metal bar 2' is inserted into these holding bars 4, 4 at each end of said bar 2. so as to form a composite metal bar B shown in FIG. 9. The composite metal bar B thus formed has the opening 5, wide face 6 and narrow face 6 like the composite metal bar A.
The desired number of bars A or B are brought together in side by side relation (FIGS. 10 and 11) and connected together by loop links 7 to form a chain or band C. Each link comprises a length 7 of metal strip first bent to U-shape and then fitted so that both ends 8, 8 of said link pass respectively through the openings 5, 5 of two adjacent bars 2 or 2'. The free ends of the link 7 are then bent down and closed together in order to form a closed ring embracing the bridge portions 3, 3- at the sides of opening 5 of the two bars 2 or 2' (FIG. 11). The loop openings 5 of the bars 2. or 2'. In this way a series of composite metal bars are connected together to form a strip chain or band for the wristwatch. Either composite metal bar A or bar B constitutes the chain or band having substantially the same construction. The link connecting the two adjacent bridge portions of the composite metal bars gives these composite metal bars the rotatability.
In FIGS. 12 and 13, a piece 10 having an inwardly projecting portion from its one edge is tightly filled in one of the rectangular rings 4'; and 4' having the same construction as that of the solid metal bar A in order to form an adjusting metal bar D; and a curved adjusting piece 17 is constructed as to have an opening 15 through its plate portion 11, to have legs 12 and 13 parallelly extending from said plate portion 11; said plate portion 11 having a depressed face 14 along the leg 13 and said leg 13 having an engaging cavity 16 near its end. In FIG. 12, the adjust ing piece 17 is inserted into the adjusting metal bar D as shown by an arrow. FIG. 13 is the bottom perspective view of the band, in which it is shown that a wide aperture 4" is formed through a bottom plate portion of the rectangular holding ring 4 of the adjusting bar to expose the opening 15 of the adjusting piece 17. As seen in FIG. 2, three adjusting metal bars D are connected between each end of the bands C, C and a foldable snap 19. In order to connect the two sets of these adjusting metal bars D at each end of the bands C, C, the links 7 are used as in the links 7 used for interconnecting the composite metal bars A or B. As particularly shown in FIG. 12, the engaging cavity 16 of the leg 13 of the adjusting piece 17 thus inserted into the adjusting metal bar is engaged with the projection 9 of the piece 10 so as to latch them and the leg 13 together with the bridge portion 3 or 6' forms an opening 5, through which the adjuseting metal bar D is connected to another adjusting metal bar D or the composite metal bar A or B by means of the link 7. For interconnecting the adjusting metal bar D with another adjusting metal bar D, another rectangular link 7' having a wide aperture 18 is shiftably passed through the openings 5, 5, then bent down and closed together. As already explained, three adjusting metal bars D are connected between each end of the bands C, C and the foldable snap 19, and a fixing metal 20 is secured at each end of the chain or band C. In this way, a plurality of composite metal bars A or B and the adjusting metal bars D are connected together by the links 7 or 7' to form a chain or band for the wrist watch.
When the chain or band C is too long for the wearers wrist, one of the adjusting metal bars D is easily removed by pulling the adjusting piece 17 out of said adjusting metal bar D. As seen in FIGS. 12 and 13, an end of a steel pin can be inserted into the opening 15 of the plate portion 11 of the adjusting piece 17 so as to easily pull said piece 17 out of the adjusting metal bar D. By virtue of the wide aperture 18 of the rectangular link 7, the adjusting metal bar D can be easily removed by hand after the adjusting piece 17 has been pulled out.
The chain or band C formed in accordance with the present invention can be tapered as shown in FIGS. 1 and 2 by connecting the composite metal bars A or B of different lengths, while each end face of the composite metal bar, adjusting metal bar and adjusting piece can be evened to form a substantially uniform wall surface along each side face of said chain or band.
FIG. 14 is a plan view of a part of another embodiment of the chain or band for the wrist watch, while FIG. 15 is a perspective view of the composite metal bar taken out of the band or chain shown in FIG. 14. In this embodiment, three holding rings 4 are parallelly provided on the holding bar by means of the bridge portions 3, 6 or 3, 6, then the metal bar 2 is inserted into said holding bar to form two openings 5, 5, through which the links 7, 7 are passed to connect the composite metal bars.
Two links 7, 7 are parallelly engaged into these openings 5, of each of the composite metal bars, and several parallel lines 21 are engraved thereon.
FIG. 16 is a plan view of another embodiment of the chain or band comprising a plurality of the composite metal bars, each bar having inclined face 22 at each edge portion, while FIG. 17' is a plan view of the other embodiment of the chain or band, in which the links connecting the composite metal bars are provided with a secant 23 and said links are substantially rounded. FIG. 18 is also a plan view of another embodiment of the chain or band, in which a narrow link is centrally engaged between the two composite metal bars and two wide links are engaged at each end of each composite metal bar so as to support these composite metal bars. In FIG. 19, it is shown that three narrow, round links are engaged parallelly into the composite metal bars.
In accordance with the present invention, it is possible to form a chain or band of various type by means of connecting a plurality of composite metal bars with a plurality of links.
From the above description it will be seen that the invention provides a strong and useful band or chain for personal wear, but it should be understood that the invention is not limited solely to the details of the form described above, which may be modified in order to meet various conditions and requirements encountered, without departing from the scope of the invention, as defined in the appended claims.
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1. A wrist watch band or chain comprising a plurality of slightly curved, integral composite metal bars, each composite metal bar consisting of a slightly curved metal bar formed with an indentation in one side face and of a similarly curved holding bar having a rectangular ring at each end and two bridge portions connecting said rings, said curved metal bar being inserted into the curved holding bar to form an opening, said bars being in close side by side relationship, links in like openings of adjacent bars connecting them in side by side relationship, links being through openings in adjacent bars to interconnect the adjacent bars, and said bridge portions being recessed by the thickness of said link, whereby the surface of said band consists of links and bars in substantially the same plane.
2. A wrist watch band or chain comprising a plurality of integral composite metal bars, each composite metal bar consisting of a slightly curved metal bar formed with a slot near one side of said metal bar and of two similarly curved rectangular rings, said curved rings being fitted onto said metal bar to leave said slot open, and links extended through said slots to interconnect adjacent composite metal bars, said composite metal bars being connected in close side by side hinged relationship by links located in like slots of adjacent bars, said curved metal bars of said composite bars being recessed by the thickness of said link.
3. A wrist watch band or chain as claimed in claim 1 including several adjusting metal bars each adjusting metal bar consisting of two rectangular rings each supported by a bridge portion, a first piece having an inwardly projecting portion from its one end to form a female recess and an adjusting second piece having two legs parallelly extending from a plate portion of said adjusting piece to engage said first piece wherein said piece and adjusting piece are tightly inserted into the rectangular rings.
4. A wrist watch band or chain as claimed in claim 1 including several adjusting metal bars each adjusting metal bar consisting of two rectangular rings each supported by a bridge portion, a first piece having an inwardly projecting portion from its one end to form a female recess and an adjusting second piece having two legs parallelly extending from a plate portion of said adjusting piece to engage said first piece wherein said piece and adjusting piece are tightly inserted into the rectangular rings.
5. A wrist Watch band or chain as claimed in claim 2 wherein a depressed face is provided along one of the two legs of the adjusting piece so as to form an opening when said adjusting piece is inserted into said rectangular ring.
6. A wrist watch band or chain as claimed in claim 2 wherein a cavity is provided near an end of one of the two legs of the adjusting piece of the adjusting metal bar, characterized in that said cavity of the leg is tightly engaged with the projecting portion of the piece when said adjusting piece is inserted into the rectangular ring.
7. A Wrist watch band or chain as claimed in claim 2 wherein an opening is formed through the plate portion of the adjusting piece of the adjusting metal bar.
8. A Wrist watch band as claimed in claim 6 wherein a wide aperture is formed through a bottom plate portion of one of the rectangular rings so as to expose the opening of the plate portion of the adjusting piece when said adjusting piece is inserted into the rectangular ring.
9. A wrist watch band or chain as claimed in claim 8 wherein additional rectangular rings are connected to said bridge portion between said two rectangular rings.
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