WO2014185937A1 - Case for multiple electronic cigarettes - Google Patents

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WO2014185937A1
WO2014185937A1 PCT/US2013/052075 US2013052075W WO2014185937A1 WO 2014185937 A1 WO2014185937 A1 WO 2014185937A1 US 2013052075 W US2013052075 W US 2013052075W WO 2014185937 A1 WO2014185937 A1 WO 2014185937A1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A24TOBACCO; CIGARS; CIGARETTES; SMOKERS' REQUISITES
    • A24FSMOKERS' REQUISITES; MATCH BOXES
    • A24F15/00Cigar or cigarette receptacles or boxes
    • A24F15/12Cigar or cigarette receptacles or boxes for pocket use
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A24TOBACCO; CIGARS; CIGARETTES; SMOKERS' REQUISITES
    • A24FSMOKERS' REQUISITES; MATCH BOXES
    • A24F47/00Smokers' requisites not provided for elsewhere, e.g. devices to assist in stopping or limiting smoking
    • A24F47/002Simulated smoking devices, e.g. imitation cigarettes
    • A24F47/004Simulated smoking devices, e.g. imitation cigarettes with heating means, e.g. carbon fuel
    • A24F47/008Simulated smoking devices, e.g. imitation cigarettes with heating means, e.g. carbon fuel with electrical heating means

Abstract

The present disclosure generally relates to a case for multiple electronic cigarettes. The case may have a cylindrical channel for holding the electronic cigarette that is currently being used and may have a series of electronic cigarette receptacles capable of holding a plurality of additional electronic cigarettes. The additional cigarettes may be individually wrapped and held within the electronic cigarette receptacles until ready for use.

Description

CASE FOR MULTIPLE ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES

CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS This application is a continuation-in-part of a corresponding U.S. Application No.

13/495,186 filed on June 13, 2012 in the names of Mark Scatterday and Craig Weiss and claims priority thereto. This application is also related to U.S. Application No.29/452,073 filed on April 11, 2013 in the name of Mark Scatterday and to U.S. application U.S. Serial No.

29/440,716 filed on December 26, 2012 in the names of Mark Scatterday and Craig Weiss.

TECHNICAL FIELD

[0001] This disclosure generally relates to alternative smoking devices, and more particularly, to a case for multiple electronic cigarettes.

SUMMARY

[0002] This summary is provided to introduce a selection of concepts in a simplified form that are further described below in the DESCRIPTION OF THE DISCLOSURE. This summary is not intended to identify key features of the claimed subject matter, nor is it intended to be used as an aid in detennining the scope of the claimed subject matter.

[0003] In accordance with aspects of the present disclosure, components for an electronic cigarette pack are presented. The disclosure presents a case for multiple electronic cigarettes.

[0004] In accordance with one or more embodiments of the present invention, a case for multiple electronic cigarettes is disclosed. The case comprises: a cover; a body configured to hold a plurality of electronic cigarettes; a hinge assembly coupled to the cover and to the body and positioned at one end for opening and closing the case; and a plurality of electronic cigarette receptacles positioned within the body and in alignment with the hinge assembly.

[0005] In accordance with one or more embodiments of the present invention, a case for multiple electronic cigarettes is disclosed. The case comprises: a cover; a body configured to hold a plurality of electronic cigarettes; a hinge assembly coupled to the cover and to the body and positioned at one end for opening and closing the case; and a horizontal plate assembly coupled to a top portion of the body, wherein the horizontal plate assembly defines a plurality of electronic cigarette receptacles.

10006] In accordance with one or more embodiments of the present invention, a case for multiple electronic cigarettes is disclosed. The case comprises: a cover; a body configured to hold a plurality of electronic cigarettes; a hinge assembly coupled to the cover and to the body and positioned at one end for opening and closing the case; a first horizontal plate member coupled to a top portion of the body, wherein one side of the first horizontal plate member defines a plurality of indentations; a second horizontal plate member coupled to the top portion of the body, wherein one side of the second horizontal plate member defines a plurality of corresponding indentations; a third horizontal plate member coupled to the top portion of the body and positioned at an opposite end of the case from the hinge assembly, wherein the first horizontal plate member and the second horizontal plate member are positioned between the hinge assembly and the third horizontal plate member; and wherein the indentations of the first horizontal plate member oppose the corresponding indentations of the second horizontal plate member and together form a plurality of electronic cigarette receptacles. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

[0007] The novel features believed to be characteristic of the application are set forth in the appended claims. In the descriptions that follow, like parts are marked throughout the specification and drawings with the same numerals, respectively. The drawing figures are not necessarily drawn to scale and certain figures can be shown in exaggerated or generalized form in the interest of clarity and conciseness. The application itself, however, as well as a preferred mode of use, further objectives and advantages thereof, will be best understood by reference to the following detailed description of illustrative embodiments when read in conjunction with the accompanying drawings, wherein:

[0008] FIGURE 1 is a perspective view of a case for multiple electronic cigarettes in accordance with one or more embodiments of the present invention. The case is shown with the top cover in a closed position.

[0009] FIGURE 2 is a front view of the case of FIGURE 1.

[0010] FIGURE 3 is a rear view of the case of FIGURE 1.

[0011] FIGURE 4 is left side view of the case of FIGURE I .

[0012] FIGURE 5 is a right side view of the case of FIGURE 1.

[0013] FIGURE 6 is a top view of the case of FIGURE 1.

[0014] FIGURE 7 is a bottom view of the case of FIGURE 1.

[0015] FIGURE 8 is a perspective view of a case for multiple electronic cigarettes in accordance with one or more embodiments of the present inventioa The case is shown with the top cover half-way open.

[0016] FIGURE 9 is a front view of the case of FIGURE 8.

[0017] FIGURE 10 is rear view of the case of FIGURE 8. £0018] FIGURE 11 is a left side view of the case of FIGURE 8.

[0019] FIGURE 12 is a right side view of the case of FIGURE 8.

[0020] FIGURE 13 is a top view of the case of FIGURE 8.

[0021] FIGURE 14 is a bottom view of the case of FIGURE 8.

[0022] FIGURE 15 is a perspective view of a case for multiple electronic cigarettes in accordance with one or more embodiments of the present invention. The case is shown with the top cover completely open.

[0023] FIGURE 16 is a front view of the case of FIGURE 15.

[0024] FIGURE 17 is a rear view of the case of FIGURE 15.

[0025] FIGURE 18 is left side view of the case of FIGURE 15.

[0026] FIGURE 19 is a right side view of the case of FIGURE 15.

[0027] FIGURE 20 is a top view of the case of FIGURE 15.

[0028] FIGURE 21 is a bottom view of the case of FIGURE 15.

[0029] FIGURE 22 is a perspective view of the case of FIGURE 15. The case is shown in use with multiple electronic cigarettes.

DESCRIPTION OF THE DISCLOSURE

[0030] The description set forth below is intended as a description of presently preferred embodiments of the disclosure and is not intended to represent the only forms in which the present disclosure can be constructed and/or utilized. The description sets form the functions and the sequence of steps for constructing and operating the disclosure. It is to be understood, however, that the same or equivalent functions and sequences can be accomplished by different embodiments that are also intended to be encompassed within the spirit and scope of this disclosure.

[0031] The present disclosure generally relates to a case 10 for multiple electronic cigarettes. A number of advantages will become apparent from the description provided below.

[0032] Users of electronic cigarettes may wish to carry multiple electronic cigarettes at a time. Carrying multiple electronic cigarette cases, however, may prove to be cumbersome.

[0033] FIGURES 1 through 22 show a case for multiple electronic cigarettes 100, hereinafter case 10, in accordance with one or more embodiments of the present invention, hi one embodiment, the case 10 may comprise a body 26 configured to hold multiple electronic cigarettes 100, a cover 14, and a hinge assembly 40. However, it should be noted that, depending on the construction of the case 10, a hinge assembly 40 may or may not be a necessary component

[0034] The figures show that the hinge assembly 40 may comprise a cam spring, though it should be clearly understood that any suitable hinge assembly 40 may be used. The hinge assembly 40 may be coupled within a proximal end of the case 10 and may have a lever 42 that engages a channel 20 within the cover 14 of the case 10. The channel 20 may be formed by a medial wall portion 22 and a lateral wall portion 24 that extend downwardly from a top surface 18 of the cover 14. As shown in Figure 1, when the cover 14 is in a closed position, the lever 42 of the hinge assembly 40 is in an upright position and may exert pressure upon the medial wall portion 22 of the channel 20 to help keep the cover 14 in the closed position. Referring to Figure 8, when the cover 14 is in an open position, the lever 42 of the hinge assembly 40 is in an angled position and may exert pressure upon a lateral wall portion 24 of the channel 20 to help keep the cover 14 in the open position. [0035] The cover 14 may also have at least one vertical plate member 16 extending downwardly and perpendicularly from the top surface 18 of the cover 14. Although the case 10 is shown as having two vertical plate members 16, it should be clearly understood mat substantial benefit may be derived from a single continuous vertical plate member 16. When electronic cigarettes 100 are placed within the case 10 and the cover 14 is closed, the vertical plate member(s) 1 may contact the top ends of the electronic cigarettes 100 and apply a downward force thereupon which will help to hold the electronic cigarettes 100 securely within the body 26 of the case 10. This may help prevent the electronic cigarettes 100 from being jostled within the case 10, thereby protecting the electronic cigarettes 100 from damage. The case 10 may also have a first vertical plate member 34a and a second vertical plate member 34b extending upwardly and perpendicularly from the bottom surface 32 of the case 10, which may help to further stabilize and protect the electronic cigarettes 100 within the case 10. Vertical plate member 34a and vertical plate member 34b (referred to collectively as vertical plate members 34) may be parallel to each other and may extend across at least a portion of the width of the case 10. It should be clearly understood that substantial benefit may also be derived from a case 100 that does not have vertical pate members 34.

[0036) The body 26 of the case 10 is configured to hold a plurality of electronic cigarettes 100 in alignment with the hinge assembly 40. Though Figure 22 shows that the case 10 may hold five electronic cigarettes 100, it should be clearly understood that the case 10 may be configured to hold any number of electronic cigarettes 100. In one embodiment, the case 10 may have a horizontal plate assembly 36 coupled to a top portion of the body 26. The horizontal plate assembly 36 may extend across at least a portion of the length of the body 26. Depending upon the configuration of the hinge assembly 40, the horizontal plate assembly 36 may extend from a proximal end of the case 10 to the distal end of the case 10 (embodiment not shown) or the horizontal plate assembly 36 may extend from the distal end of the case 10 to the hinge assembly 40 that is coupled to the proximal end of the case 10 (as shown in Figure 1). It should be clearly understood, however, that substantial benefit may still be derived from a case 10 that does not have a horizontal plate assembly 36.

[0037] According to this embodiment, the horizontal plate assembly 36 may comprise a first horizontal plate member 36a and a second horizontal plate member 36b, both of which are coupled to the top portion of the body 26 and extend across at least a portion of the length of the body 26. One side of the first horizontal plate member 36a may have a series of indentations 48 and one side of the second horizontal plate member 36b may also have a series of corresponding indentations 48. As shown in Figure 20, the indentations 48 of the first horizontal plate member 36a are positioned opposite from the corresponding indentations 48 of the second horizontal plate member 36b and together form a plurality of electronic cigarette receptacles 38. Although the electronic cigarette receptacles 38 are not shown to form complete circular openings (due to a space existing between the first horizontal plate member 36a and the second horizontal plate member 36b), it should be clearly understood that substantial benefit may be derived from the electronic cigarette receptacles 38 having a completely circular configuration (wherein the first horizontal plate member 36a would directly contact the second horizontal plate member 36b [embodiment not shown]). It should also be clearly understood mat substantial benefit may be derived from the horizontal plate assembly 36 being one single horizontal plate coupled to the top portion of the body 26, that extends across the entire width of the body 26, and that defines the plurality of electronic cigarette receptacles 38.

[0038] According to another embodiment, the horizontal plate assembly 36 may further comprise a third horizontal plate member 36c. The third horizontal plate member 36c may be coupled to the top portion of the body 26 and positioned at an opposite end from the hinge assembly 40 (i.e. at the distal end of the body 26). In this embodiment, the first horizontal plate member 36a and the second horizontal plate member 36b will be positioned between the hinge assembly 40 and the third horizontal plate member 36c. Alternatively, depending upon the configuration of the hinge assembly 40, the first horizontal plate member 36a and the second horizontal plate member 36b may extend from the proximal end of the case 10 to the third horizontal plate member 36c (embodiment not shown).

[0039] The third horizontal plate member 36c may define a cylindrical channel 28 therethrough. The cylindrical channel 28 may be positioned at a predetermined distance from the distal end of the case 10 so that an electronic cigarette 100 may be positioned appropriately within the case 10 to allow clearance of the cover 14 over the electronic cigarette 100. The predetermined distance may depend upon the length of the electronic cigarette 100; for example, if the electronic cigarette 00 is approximately 86 mm, then the cylindrical channel 28 may be positioned at least approximately 4mm from the distal end of the case 10. The cylindrical channel 28 defined by the third horizontal plate member 36c and the electronic cigarette receptacles 38 defined by indentations 48 of the first horizontal plate member 36a and the second horizontal plate member 36b are each sized to receive an electronic cigarette 100 therethrough. Preferably, the inner surface 44 of each of the electronic cigarette receptacles 38 and the inner surface 46 of the cylindrical channel 28 may frictionally engage the electronic cigarette 100 that is inserted therethrough. Because the electronic cigarette receptacles 38 and the cylindrical channel 28 frictionally engage the electronic cigarettes 100 individually, each electronic cigarette 100 is held firmly in place regardless of whether the case 10 is filled with its maximum amount of allowed electronic cigarettes 100. Traditional cigarettes are available in multiple sizes and diameters. A "regular" size traditional cigarette typically has an outside diameter of about 8 mm. "Slim" traditional cigarettes typically have an outside diameter of about 6 mm and "wide" traditional cigarettes typically have an outside diameter of about 10 mm. In one embodiment of the present invention, the case 10 may be specifically dimensioned to contain a certain size of electronic cigarette 100, i.e. regular, slim, or wide cigarette (each diameter corresponding to the diameter of a traditional regular, slim, or wide cigarette respectively). A case 10 for slim electronic cigarettes 100 may therefore have a horizontal plate assembly 36 with electronic cigarette receptacles 38 and a cylindrical channel 28 that are 6 mm in diameter; a case 10 for regular electronic cigarettes 100 may have a horizontal plate assembly 36 with electronic cigarette receptacles 38 and a cylindrical channel 28 that are 8 mm in diameter, and a case 10 for wide electronic cigarettes 100 may have a horizontal plate assembly 36 with electronic cigarette receptacles 38 and a cylindrical channel 28 mat are 10 mm in diameter. It should be clearly understood, however, that substantial benefit may be derived from using the case 10 to store electronic cigarettes 100 as well as traditional tobacco cigarettes.

[0040] The case 10 may also have at least one cushioned pad 12 coupled to the interior surface of a bottom portion 32 of body 26. It should be clearly understood that substantial benefit may be derived from one cushioned pad 12 being positioned beneath each electronic cigarette 100, from one cushioned pad 12 being used and shared by all of the electronic cigarettes 100 within the case 10, or from any other suitable configuration. The cushioned pads 12 may be ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) foam discs; however, it should be clearly understood that substantial benefit may still be derived from the cushioned pads 12 being made of any other suitable material. The cushioned pad 12 may ideally be positioned below the electronic cigarettes 100 (shown in Figure 22) when the electronic cigarettes 100 are stored within the case 10. The cushioned pads 12 may be oval-shaped or circular and have a diameter of approximately 7 mm, but it should be clearly understood that substantial benefit may be derived from an alternative shape and or size. When the electronic cigarettes 100 are placed within the case 10, the cushioned pads 12 may absorb approximately .44 mm of tolerance and will help to prevent the electronic cigarettes 100 from jostling within the case10 during transport, thereby protecting their internal components.

[0041J As shown in Figure 22, the electronic cigarettes 100 may be individually wrapped to help maintain their freshness and cleanliness prior to their use. In one scenario, the electronic cigarette 100 mat is currently being used (the primary electronic cigarette) may be stored in the cylindrical channel 28 of the third horizontal plate member 36c while additional individually wrapped electronic cigarettes 100 may be placed within the electronic cigarette receptacles 38 of the first horizontal plate member 36a and the second horizontal plate member 36b. The individual wrapping may comprise a cellophane wrapper 102 that has at least one horizontal line of perforation 104 at some preferred point along the length of the electronic cigarette 100. When ready to use, the user may take hold of both ends of the cellophane wrapper 102 and twist at the point of perforation 104, thereby separating the cellophane wrapper 102 into two pieces that may be easily slid off of the body 26 of the electronic cigarette 100 and discarded. It should be clearly understood that substantial benefit may still be derived without the use of individually wrapped electronic cigarettes 100.

(0042] The foregoing description is provided to enable any person skilled in the relevant art to practice the various embodiments described herein. Various modifications to these embodiments will be readily apparent to those skilled in the relevant art, and generic principles defined herein can be applied to other embodiments. Thus, the claims are not intended to be limited to the embodiments shown and described herein, but are to be accorded the full scope consistent with the language of the claims, wherein reference to an element in the singular is not intended to mean "one and only one" unless specifically stated, but rather "one or more." All structural and functional equivalents to the elements of the various embodiments described throughout this disclosure that are known or later come to be known to those of ordinary skill in the relevant art are expressly incorporated herein by reference and intended to be encompassed by the claims. Moreover, nothing disclosed herein is intended to be dedicated to the public.

Claims

WHAT IS CLAIMED IS:
1. A case for multiple electronic cigarettes comprising:
a cover;
a body configured to hold a plurality of electronic cigarettes;
a hinge assembly coupled to the cover and to the body and positioned at one end for opening and closing the case; and
a plurality of electronic cigarette receptacles positioned within the body and in alignment with the hinge assembly.
2. The case of Claim 1 further comprising:
a first horizontal plate member coupled to a top portion of the body, wherein one side of the first horizontal plate member defines a plurality of indentations; and
a second horizontal plate member coupled to the top portion of the body, wherein one side of the second horizontal plate member defines a plurality of corresponding indentations; wherein the indentations of the first horizontal plate member oppose the corresponding indentations of the second horizontal plate member and together form the plurality of electronic cigarette receptacles.
3. The case of Claim 2 wherein the first horizontal plate member and the second horizontal plate member together define at least five electronic cigarette receptacles.
4. The case of Claim 2 further comprising:
a third horizontal plate member coupled to the top portion of the body and positioned at an opposite end of the case from the hinge assembly;
wherein the first horizontal plate member and the second horizontal plate member are positioned between the hinge assembly and the third horizontal plate member.
5. The case of Claim 4 wherein the third horizontal plate member defines a cylindrical channel therethrough.
6. The case of Claim 5 wherein the first horizontal plate member and the second horizontal plate member together define at least four electronic cigarette receptacles.
7. The case of Claim 5 wherein an inner surface of the cylindrical channel is configured to frictionally engage an electronic cigarette.
8. The case of Claim 1 wherein an inner surface of each electronic cigarette receptacle is configured to frictionally engage an electronic cigarette.
9. The case of Claim 1 further comprising a plurality of electronic cigarettes held within the case.
10. The case of Claim 1 further comprising at least one vertical plate member extending perpendicularly from a top surface of the cover for holding electronic cigarettes securely within the body when the cover is in a closed position.
11. A case for multiple electronic cigarettes comprising:
a cover;
a body configured to hold a plurality of electronic cigarettes;
a hinge assembly coupled to the cover and to the body and positioned at one end for opening and closing the case; and
a horizontal plate assembly coupled to a top portion of the body, wherein the horizontal plate assembly defines a plurality of electronic cigarette receptacles.
12. The case of Claim 11 wherein the horizontal plate assembly comprises:
a first horizontal plate member coupled to a top portion of the body, wherein one side of the first horizontal plate member defines a plurality of indentations; and
a second horizontal plate member coupled to the top portion of the body, wherein one side of the second horizontal plate member defines a plurality of corresponding indentations; wherein the indentations of the first horizontal plate member oppose the corresponding indentations of the second horizontal plate member and together form the plurality of electronic cigarette receptacles.
13. The case of Claim 12 wherein the first horizontal plate member and the second horizontal plate member together define five electronic cigarette receptacles.
14. The case of Claim 12 further comprising a third horizontal plate member coupled to the top portion of the body and positioned at an opposite end of the case from the hinge assembly; wherein the first horizontal plate member and the second horizontal plate member are positioned between the hinge assembly and the third horizontal plate member.
15. The case of Claim 14 wherein the third horizontal plate member defines a cylindrical channel therethrough.
16. The case of Claim 15 wherein the first horizontal plate member and the second horizontal plate member together define four electronic cigarette receptacles.
17. The case of Claim IS wherein the electronic cigarette receptacles and the cylindrical channel each have an inner surface configured to fnctionally engage an electronic cigarette.
18. A case for multiple electronic cigarettes comprising:
a cover;
a body configured to hold a plurality of electronic cigarettes;
a hinge assembly coupled to the cover and to the body and positioned at one end for opening and closing the case;
a first horizontal plate member coupled to a top portion of the body, wherein one side of the first horizontal plate member defines a plurality of indentations;
a second horizontal plate member coupled to the top portion of the body, wherein one side of the second horizontal plate member defines a plurality of corresponding indentations; a third horizontal plate member coupled to the top portion of the body and positioned at an opposite end of the case from the hinge assembly;
wherein the first horizontal plate member and the second horizontal plate member are positioned between the hinge assembly and the third horizontal plate member; and
wherein the indentations of the first horizontal plate member oppose the corresponding indentations of the second horizontal plate member and together form a plurality of electronic cigarette receptacles.
19. The case of Claim 18 wherein the third horizontal plate member defines a cylindrical channel therethrough, the cylindrical channel having an inner surface configured to frictionally engage an electronic cigarette.
20. The case of Claim 18 wherein the first horizontal plate member and the second horizontal plate member together define four electronic cigarette receptacles, each electronic cigarette receptacle having an inner surface configured to frictionally engage an electronic cigarette.
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