WO2000048863A1 - Fastening device for removably fixing a cushion or cushion element to a headrest - Google Patents

Fastening device for removably fixing a cushion or cushion element to a headrest Download PDF

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WO2000048863A1
WO2000048863A1 PCT/EP2000/000187 EP0000187W WO0048863A1 WO 2000048863 A1 WO2000048863 A1 WO 2000048863A1 EP 0000187 W EP0000187 W EP 0000187W WO 0048863 A1 WO0048863 A1 WO 0048863A1
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PCT/EP2000/000187
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Peter Günther
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Guenther Peter
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60NSEATS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR VEHICLES; VEHICLE PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • B60N2/00Seats specially adapted for vehicles; Arrangement or mounting of seats in vehicles
    • B60N2/80Head-rests
    • B60N2/882Head-rests detachable

Abstract

The invention relates to a fastening device for removably fixing a cushion (12) or cushion element to a headrest (6) of a seat, vehicle seat or such like. According to the invention the headrest (6) is at least partly enveloped by a cover (1), notably a pile-tape fabric, for fixing the cushion (12) by means of hook and pile fastener tape (13).

Description

Holding means for re-releasably securing a cushion or pad element to a cervical pillow

The present invention relates to a holding device for re-releasably securing a cushion or pad element to a cervical pillow of a seat, the vehicle seat od. The like ..

So far, conventional neck support pillow, the od of a backrest of a vehicle seat are. The like. Most seated height adjustable, od cushion. Like. Assigned. Straight neck pillows are softer than the conventional seated on the vehicle seats and neck support pillows are often used to keep the head while sitting in a pleasant location and position. These have hitherto usually by means of cords, od Bändel. Like. Secured to the neck support pillow. A disadvantage is that such attachment is not always easy to solve, because rarely od the neck support pillow eyelets, openings. like. exhibit. Moreover, it is disadvantageous that an individual adaptation of the pillow at neck support pillow and, in particular adjustment is not possible without further elaboration.

The present invention has for its object to provide a holding means for re-releasably securing a cushion or pad element to a cervical pillow which overcomes the above mentioned disadvantages and with which in a simple and quick way any pad can be releasably attached to a cervical pillow. It should also be adjusted in height and can be quickly removed.

To achieve this object, resulting in that the neck support cushion is at least partially surrounded by a coating, in particular Flauschbandstoff for securing the pad by means of Velcro.

By setting of the coating at the neck support pillow can be any -Kisssen, for example, provided with a Velcro strip, thereon in a vertically adjustable are fixed. Thus, the coating can be fixed to the neck support pillow are simple, retaining elements, preferably closable, is provided with the coating, possibly spaced above rubber bands. The holding elements grip the holding bars of cervical pillow. Subsequently, the coating is stretched around the neck support pillow, wherein the end side is made a preferably triangular-like or tapered end face of the formed coating by an opening between the two retaining elements of cervical pillow. A subsequent thereto double Velcro is fixed releasably on the cover. Possibly. is a tension band, used in particular elastic, so that the coating can be held taut permanently under tension between the end face of the coating and the double Velcro. Preferably, an outer surface of the coating of Flauschbandstoff is made. Inside, the coating can be made of non-slip material so that it adheres to the neck support pillow and there are difficult slip.

preferably Velcro adheres to the Flauschbandstoff excellent. Therefore, additional pads can be attached to the back provided Velcro strips to this coating. In this way, different pillows unterschiedlichster shape, size, and training can be attached thereto.

It may also be advantageous to form the double Velcro longer so that it at least partially engages over the coating. This can simultaneously serve for the support and fixing of the pad on the neck support pillow or coating.

An advantage of the present invention that such a coating very quickly mounted to a cervical pillow, and can be fixed there. Then any pad can be attached with Velcro there.

Further advantages, features and details of the invention will become apparent from the following description of preferred embodiments and with reference to the drawing; this shows

1 shows a schematically represented perspective view of a holding device for re-releasably securing a pad in a first mounted position;

Figure 2 is a side view of the holding device shown diagrammatically, mounted on a cervical pillow in a possible use Läge;

Figure 3 is a side view diagrammatically illustrated a further retaining means for fixing of cushions as cervical pillow in a use length.

According to Figure 1, an inventive holding device Ri on a coating 1 which is preferably triangular-like cut from Flauschbandstoff. The coating 1 consists preferably on both sides of Flauschbandstoff. At its wider arm 2 close to the cover 1 respectively spaced elastics 3.1, 3.2, which are preferably elastic and stretchable. may be the end side of the rubber bands 3.1, 3.2 sitting holding elements 4.1, 4.2 which example, as a hose clips, eyelets, rings, clips, or the like. formed. Preferably, the holding elements 4.1, 4.2 to open and to close to be.

In the present invention, however, is also that only one eyelet in the rubber band 3.1, is stamped 3.2 to 5 to surround the respective holding rods of a cervical pillow. 6 The cervical pillow 6 is conventional and often sits vertically adjustable in respective backrests 7 of a seat of a vehicle.

On the cover 1, a clamping band 9 adjoins on the leg 2 opposite end 8 to which a double-sided tape connects 10th It should be remembered here thereto to connect the double adhesive tape 10 directly to the end face 8 of the coating. 1

The operation of the present invention will be described in more detail below with reference to FIGS. 2 and 3

The cover 1 is fixed releasably by means of at least one holding element 4.1, 4.2 on at least one support rod 5 of the neck support cushion 6 of the seat back. 7 This can be done for example by re-releasable clipping to the holding rod. 5 However, the retaining element 4.1, 4.2 may also consist of a lockable loop, such as Velcro. In this way, the coating is fixed to the support rods 5. 1

Subsequently, he is pulled upwardly around the neck support pillow 6, wherein the end face 8 of the cover 1, in particular the tensioning band 9 followed by double-sided tape 10 through the opening 11, as shown in Figure 1, is drawn between the holding bars. 5 The double adhesive tape 10 is then withdrawn so far from the opening 11 until it can be outside the area of ​​the leg 2 of the cover 1 again releasably fixed.

In this manner, surrounds or engages around the coating 1 completely cervical pillow 6. At this neck support pillow, especially at the coating 1 can then an additional pad or cushion member 12 adjustable in height and released again be determined. For this purpose, the pad 12 is rear provided with at least one velcro 13, which can be fixed to the cover 1 again releasably attached to each any desired height and location.

In the embodiment of the present invention according to FIG 3, a holding means R 2 is shown in which, in contrast to the holding means Ri, the double-sided tape 10 is formed relatively longer. In this case, an outer side 14 of the Velcro tape 10 is additionally connected to the pad 12 and provide additional support. This should likewise be within the scope of the present invention.

Furthermore, it is also intended to dispense with the rubber bands 3.1, 3.2, or on the strap 9 either. It can also only one tension band 9 or a rubber band 3.1, are sufficient to neck support 6 for tensioning of the coating 1 3.2.

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P atentanspr ü che
1. holding means for re-releasably securing a pad (12) or pad element to a cervical pillow (6) of a seat, the vehicle seat or the like..,
characterized,
that the neck support cushion (6) at least partially by a coating (1), in particular Flauschbandstoff for fixing the cushion (12) by means of Velcro tape (13) is surrounded.
2. A holding device according to claim 1, characterized in that the coating (1) is made at least with its outwardly directed side Flauschbandstoff.
3. A holding device according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the coating (1) is at one end connected to at least one support rod (5) of the neck support cushion (6).
4. A holding device according to claim 3, characterized in that a holding element (4) as a hose clamp, ring, loop, if necessary od closable flap. Like. With the at least one support rod (5) is releasably connectable.
5. A holding device according to claim 4, characterized in that between the holding element (4) and covering (1) at one end at least a rubber band (3) is provided.
6. A holding device according to at least one of claims 1 to 5, characterized, in that the other end of the
The coating (1) adjoined by a clamping band (9) and / or a double strap belt (10).
7. A holding device according to claim 6, characterized in that the double strap belt (10) directly connects the other end to the cover (1).
8. A holding device according to claim 6 or 7, characterized in that the coating (1) can be carried out by cervical pillow (6) herumlegbar and the double strap belt (10) between the holding bars (5), wherein the double strap belt (10) to the cover ( 1) is releasably secured.
9. Holding device according to at least one of claims 1 to 8, characterized in that the coating (1), in particular the Flauschbandstoff is triangle-like cut.
PCT/EP2000/000187 1999-02-16 2000-01-13 Fastening device for removably fixing a cushion or cushion element to a headrest WO2000048863A1 (en)

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DE19906424A DE19906424A1 (en) 1999-02-16 1999-02-16 Fastening device for releasably retaining cushion on neck support of, e.g. car seat consists of neck support cover of fleece which cooperates with hooked pile band on cushion
DE19906424.5 1999-02-16

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EP00903575A EP1152920A1 (en) 1999-02-16 2000-01-13 Fastening device for removably fixing a cushion or cushion element to a headrest
AU25413/00A AU2541300A (en) 1999-02-16 2000-01-13 Fastening device for removably fixing a cushion or cushion element to a headrest

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