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WO2015116764A1
WO2015116764A1 PCT/US2015/013426 US2015013426W WO2015116764A1 WO 2015116764 A1 WO2015116764 A1 WO 2015116764A1 US 2015013426 W US2015013426 W US 2015013426W WO 2015116764 A1 WO2015116764 A1 WO 2015116764A1
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Dominic MANCINI
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    • 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
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45FTRAVELLING OR CAMP EQUIPMENT: SACKS OR PACKS CARRIED ON THE BODY
    • A45F2200/00Details not otherwise provided for in A45F
    • A45F2200/05Holder or carrier for specific articles
    • A45F2200/0575Portable tools

Abstract

A tool sash (10) formed of an elongated band member (12) having a first end (14) and a second end (16) adapted to be fastened to each other. An elongated slit (24) is formed in the elongated band member near the second end receives the first end of the elongated band member when the tool sash is slung over the shoulder of the wearer. A plurality of attachments and tool holding devices (26) and an insulated pocket (42) for housing a hydration bag (40) is mounted to the elongated band member. A safety strap (36) is removably attached to the elongated band member so that a front portion lies against the chest of the wearer and a rear portion lies against the back of the wearer when the strap extends under one arm and partially about the torso of the wearer.

Description

TOOL SASH

TECHNICAL FIELD OF THE INVENTION

[01] The present invention relates to a system and method for providing a tool sash to be slung over the shoulder of a wearer and more particularly for providing a tool sash formed of an elongated band member having a strap attached thereto.

CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS

[02] This non-provisional patent application claims the benefit of the provisional

application filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office as Application No. 61/932,914 entitled TOOL SASH, filed January 29, 2014.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

[03] A variety of different methods and techniques are known and utilized for carrying tools to and around a job site. One problem encountered with workers who are working in an elevated position above the ground, e.g., on a ladder, on the roof, on staging, etc., is that of dropped tools, such as hammers, wrenches, and screwdrivers. It is to be appreciated that the dropping such tools creates hazardous situation for any individual located below the worker, increases the risk of breaking the tool or an item upon which the tool may be dropped, and overall decreases the productivity of the worker who generally must dismount for his/her elevated position in order to retrieve the drop tool.

[04] Belt mounted tool holders are used by workers in many industries to conveniently and quickly hold various tools in a ready state. Generally, the tool holders temporarily hold designated tools out of the way of work or movement but in a position to be quickly retrieved to perform tasks for which the tools are carried. In many instances, prior art tool holders don't distribute the weight or allow movement of the held tool so that the worker can move easily and so that other tools can be conveniently carried. Tool belts often become uncomfortable to the wearer as the weight of the belt tends to cause the belt to slip down of the hips of the wearer. Tool garments, such as a vest, are burdensome to the wearer as they are often awkward to take on and off.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

[05] According to an embodiment of the present invention, there is disclosed a tool sash adapted to be slung over the shoulder of a wearer. The tool sash has an elongated band member having a first end and a second end adapted to be fastened to each other. An elongated slit is formed in the elongated band member near the second end. The elongated slit receives the first end of the elongated band member when the tool sash is slung over the shoulder of the wearer and a front portion of the elongated band member is disposed against the chest of the wearer and a rear portion is disposed against the back of the wearer when the elongated band member over the shoulder of the wearer so that the first end and the second end can be fastened to each other. A plurality of attachments and cool holding devices are attached to the elongated band member. An insulated pocket for housing a hydration bag is mounted on the rear portion of the elongated band member. A strap is removably attached to the elongated band member having a front portion configured to lie against the chest of the wearer and a rear portion configured to lie against the back of the wearer when the strap extends under one arm and partially about the torso of the wearer.

[06] According to an embodiment of the present invention, there is disclosed a method of having a tool sash slung over the shoulder of a wearer. The method comprises providing an elongated band member having a first end and a second end; providing an elongated slit in the elongated band member near the second end; inserting the first end of the elongated band member into the elongated slit when the tool sash is slung over the shoulder of the wearer so that a front portion of the elongated band member is disposed against the chest of the wearer and a rear portion is disposed against the back of the wearer; and fastening the first end and the second end to each other. The method includes providing a plurality of attachments and tool holding devices attached to the elongated band member: providing an insulated pocket for housing a hydration bag mounted on the rear portion of the elongated band member; and removably attaching a strap to the elongated band member whereby a front portion of the strap is configured to lie against the chest of the wearer and a rear portion of the strap is configured to lie against the back of the wearer so that the strap extends under one arm of the wearer and partially about the torso of the wearer.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

The structure, operation, and advantages of the present invention will become further apparent upon consideration of the following description taken in conjunction with the accompanying figures (FIGs.). The figures are intended to be illustrative, not limiting. Certain elements in some of the figures may be omitted, or illustrated not-to-scale, for illustrative clarity. The cross-sectional views may be in the form of "slices", or "near-sighted" cross-sectional views, omitting certain background lines which would otherwise be visible in a "true" cross-sectional view, for illustrative clarity.

[08] In the drawings accompanying the description that follows, both reference numerals and legends (labels, text descriptions) may be used to identify elements. If legends are provided, they are intended merely as an aid to the reader, and should not in any way be interpreted as limiting.

[09] Figure 1 is a front schematic view of the tool sash, in accordance with the present invention.

[010] Figure 2 is a front, three-dimensional view of the tool sash in use with a wearer, in accordance with the present invention. [Oi l] Figure 3 is a rear, three-dimensional view of the tool sash in use with a wearer, in accordance with the present invention.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS

[012] In the description that follows, numerous details are set forth in order to provide a thorough understanding of the present invention. It will be appreciated by those skilled in the art that variations of these specific details are possible while still achieving the results of the present invention. Well-known processing steps are generally not described in detail in order to avoid unnecessarily obfuscating the description of the present invention.

[013] In the description that follows, exemplary dimensions may be presented for an illustrative embodiment of the invention. The dimensions should not be interpreted as limiting. They are included to provide a sense of proportion. Generally speaking, it is the relationship between various elements, where they are located, their contrasting compositions, and sometimes their relative sizes that is of significance.

[014] In the drawings accompanying the description that follows, often both reference numerals and legends (labels, text descriptions) will be used to identify elements. If legends are provided, they are intended merely as an aid to the reader, and should not in any way be interpreted as limiting.

[015] Tool belts are often bulky and uncomfortable, and are typically worn about the waist with various tools hanging from loops on the belt. When the wearer moves, the tools on the belt tend to swing about and hit the wearer's body, causing discomfort and interfering with work. Conventional tool belts can also shift about the waist, thus requiring adjustment to reorient the location of the tools, and causing inconvenience for the wearer trying to quickly access the tools. Further, if the tool belt carries a substantial load of tools, and the tool belt is worn for extended periods of time, strain on the wearer's back can result in back pain. Over time, this may cause back injuries. [016] The object of the too] sash 10 is to provide an alternative to the traditional tool belt.

It is designed to allow the wearer 11 to comfortably carry all of his or her tools in a readily accessible position so that each one of the tools can be easily accessed and utilized and thereafter reliably and safely returned back to the tool belt for storage. In general terms, the tool sash 10 is to be worn slung over the shoulder 1 la of the wearer 11, designed to incorporate attachments and tool holding devices for holding tools and accessories, and a hydration bag 14.

[017] Figure 1 illustrates a front schematic view of the tool sash 10. The tool sash 10 is an elongated band member 12, seen to have opposed first and second ends 14 and 16, respectively. The elongated band member 12 is a two sided band of material designed to be worn over the shoulder of a wearer 11, typically at approximately an angle d of 45° to 60° through a centerline a-a with respect to a vertical centerline line b-b through the wearer. The elongated band member 12 has a front portion 12a configured to lie against the chest of the wearer 11 and a rear portion 12b configured to lie against the back of the wearer when the elongated band member 12 is over the shoulder of the wearer. The elongated band member 12 may be constructed of any desired flexible material, including leather, or other man-made substitutes including woven and non-woven fabrics such as canvas, webbing, leather substitutes, polymeric materials, natural or synthetic rubbers, or combinations thereof and the like. Typically, however, a heavy "tactical style" nylon will be utilized.

[018] Further, the tool sash 10 may have any dimensions, with a length of approximately between about 36 inches to about 72 inches and a width of approximately 3 inches to about 9 inches. It is also within the terms of the embodiment that the tool sash 10 have a customizable length, wherein the user may select the size of tool sash that he or she desires. Preferably, there will be a layer of foam or other padding (not shown) within the two sided elongated band member 12 to further enhance the comfort for the user. The tool sash 10 is depicted and will be described as specially configured for a right-handed wearer, meaning that tools are intended to bestowed on the sash hanging from the left side of the wearer and typically retrieved with the wearer's 11 right hand. As such, a tool sash dedicated to a left-handed wearer would be the mirror image of the tool sash 10.

[019] Figure 2 illustrates the manner in which the tool sash 10 is to be secured to the wearer. The tool sash 10 is designed to incorporate a hook and loop fastener system 18, such as Velcro® for fastening the first and second ends, 14 and 16 respectively, together. On the first end 14 of the elongated band member 12 is a loop portion 20 which corresponds to an adjacent hook portion 22. As illustrated, the loop portion 20 is directly adjacent to the hook portion 22, but it is within the terms of the embodiment that the two portions be any desired distance apart, to accommodate a variety of wearers 11. When the loop portion 20 and the hook portion 22 are pressed together, the hooks catch in the loops and the two portions fasten or bind temporarily during the time that they are pressed together. This hook and loop fastener system 18 allows the tool sash 10 to be adjustable to accommodate a variety of body sizes.

[020] In use, the wearer 11 drapes the tool sash 10 about his or her shoulder 1 la, as seen in Figure 2. Next, the first end 14 is threaded through an elongated slit 24 forming a narrow opening near the second end 16. Then, the loop portion 20 folds over the slit 24 and is fastened to the hook portion 22.

[021] It should be noted that it is also within the terms of the embodiment that the

elongated band member 12 be one continuous length of material that the wearer 11 would simply drape about his or her body. Alternatively, the elongated band member 12 can utilize a buckle arrangement (not shown) instead of hook and loop fastener system 18 or any other fastening system effective to hold the band member around the torso of the wearer 11.

[022] Tool sash 10 is designed to receive and temporarily secure a variety of tools, screws, nuts, bolts, and any other desired accessories with different lengths and cross-sections. The attachments and tool holding devices 26 can be attached to the elongated band member 12 by being sewn on, riveted, or attached with any other fastener effective to secure them to the band member. The attachments and tool holding devices 26 described hereinafter are meant to be exemplar}', and not limiting. Also, the tool sash 10 may further be equipped with a light source (not shown) that is attached to the elongated band member 12 so as to be capable of projecting a light beam in the forward direction of the wearer 11. The light source can be secured within a holding device 26, and batteries (not shown) for the light source can be stored in a different holding device.

[023] As illustrated in Figure 1, a magnetic plate 28 is attached to the elongated band member 12. Typical ly, magnetic plate 18 is riveted to the elongated band member 12, and can be of any appropriate dimensions, such as about 2 inches by 4 inches. Magnetic plate 28 is utilized for temporarily securing accessories such as nuts, screws and bolts, using the magnetic force between the plate and the desired accessory.

[024] A plurality of U-shaped metal hangers 30, including first and second U-shaped hangers 32 and 34, respectively, are secured upon elongated band member 12, typically by riveting them through the band member. U-shaped hangers 32 and 34 are constructed with an opening 30a formed there through for receiving the shaft of a tool therein. It should be noted that each metal hanger 30 can be pivoted slightly in one direction to conveniently orient opening 30a to receive the end of a tool therein. U-shaped hangers 32 and 34 may be of a variety of sizes to receive an assortment of tools, such as tape measurers, drills, or hammers.

[025] U-shaped hangers 32 and 34 can serve an alternative purpose as illustrated in

Figures 2 and 3. A safety strap 36 may be removably attached to first and second U-shaped hangers 32 and 34 to further secure the tool sash 10 partially about the torso of the wearer 11 when the elongated band member 12 is wrapped over the wearer's shoulder 11a. The safety strap 36 has a front portion 36a configured to lie against the chest of the wearer 11 and a rear portion 36b configured to lie against the back of the wearer when the strap extends under one arm and partially about the torso of the wearer. Safety strap 36 may be secured to the first and second U-shaped hangers 32 and 34 in any desired manner, such as with first and second clips 37a and 37b, respectively. In this embodiment, the safety strap 36 is constructed of an elastic material to maintain tension such that it is secured between the first and second clips 37a and 37b. The safety strap 36 provides additional support to the wearer 11 and reduces pressure from the wearer's shoulder 11a.

[026] A plurality of tool pockets 38 may be attached to the elongated band member 12, to hold a variety of items, such as screwdrivers, utility knives, pliers, or other generally smaller tools. Typically, tool pockets 38 will be sewn or stitched to the elongated band member 12. As illustrated, tool pockets 38 may be of different shapes and configurations. For example, tool pockets 38a are split into two compartments, and tool pockets 38b are two compartments with differing dimensions. These tool pockets 38 are designed to accommodate any desired item, such as fasteners, screws, nails, and bolts.

[027] As seen in Figure 3, the tool sash 10 incorporates a hydration bag 40 for carrying water or other beverages. Preferably, the hydration bag 40 will be housed within an insulated pocket 42 to keep the beverage therein cold. Preferably, pocket 42 has an inner wall formed by the elongated band member 12, an outer wall 42a and sidewalls 42b and 42c connecting the outer wall and the elongated band member, The sidewalls 42b and 42c are formed of elastic bands to allow for the expansion of the insulated pocket 42 to accommodate the hydration bag 40 when it is filled with a liquid. A hose 44 with a nozzle 44a can be connected to the hydration bag 40. The nozzle 44a is preferably disposed near the wearer's 11 shoulder 1 la to allow the wearer easy access to the fluid the hydration bag 40. A clip or other holder 46 is connected to the elongated band member 12 to temporarily secure the nozzle 44a or other section of the hose 44 when not in use.

[028] Figures 1 and 2 illustrate a tool pouch 48 having a plurality of pockets, such as for example three pockets 48a, 48b, 48c. The centerline w-w through tool pouch 48 can be disposed at an angle x of approximately 10°-30° with respect to a centerline y-y through the elongated slit 24. The purpose of this angular association between the tool pouch 48 and the elongated slit 24 is that when the wearer 11 is using the tool sash 10, the cool pouch will be directionally disposed opposite from the rest of the elongated band member 12 to ensure that the contents will remain therein. As illustrated, tool pouch 48 can consist of three pockets 48a, 48b, and 48c. Further, a plurality of loops 48d and 48e adapted to hold tools such as hammers, may be attached, typically by riveting, to the tool pouch 48.

[029] Further, it is within the terms of the embodiment that the user may customize his or her tool sash 10 with desired attachments and tool holding devices. This may be accomplished with an online virtual tool sash creator. For example, there may be a website where a user may select from a variety of potential attachments and tool holding devices to be placed upon the elongated band member 12. Further, the user could customize the length, color, and any other suitable options.

[030] Although the invention has been shown and described with respect to a certain preferred embodiment or embodiments, certain equivalent alterations and modifications will occur to others skilled in the art upon the reading and understanding of this specification and the annexed drawings. In particular regard to the various functions performed by the above described components (assemblies, devices, etc.) the terms (including a reference to a "means") used to describe such components are intended to correspond, unless otherwise indicated, to any component which performs the specified function of the described component (i.e., that is functionally equivalent), even though not structurally equivalent to the disclosed structure which performs the function in the herein illustrated exemplary embodiments of the invention. In addition, while a particular feature of the invention may have been disclosed with respect to only one of several embodiments, such feature may be combined with one or more features of the other embodiments as may be desired and advantageous for any given or particular application.

Claims

In the claims:
1. A tool sash (10) adapted to be slung over the shoulder (1 la) of a wearer (11), characterized by:
an elongated band member (12) having a first end (14) and a second end (16) adapted to be fastened to each other;
an elongated slit (24) formed in the elongated band member (12) near the second end (16), the elongated slit (24) receiving the first end (14) of the elongated band member (12) when the tool sash (10) is slung over the shoulder (1 la) of the wearer (11) and a front portion (12a) of the elongated band member (12) is disposed against the chest of the wearer and a rear portion (12b) is disposed against the back of the wearer when the elongated band member (12) is over the shoulder of the wearer so that the first end and the second end can be fastened to each other;
a plurality of attachments and tool holding devices (26) attached to the elongated band member:
an insulated pocket (42) for housing a hydration bag (40) mounted on the rear portion (12b) of the elongated band member; and
a safety strap (36) removably attached to the elongated band member having a front portion (36a) configured to lie against the chest of the wearer and a rear portion (36b) configured to lie against the back of the wearer when the strap extends under one arm and partially about the torso of the wearer.
2. The tool sash (10) of claim 1 characterized in that;
the elongated band member (12) is constructed of a two sided band of material slung over the shoulder (1 la) of the wearer, typically at approximately an angle d of 45° to 60° through a centerline a-a with respect to a vertical centerline line b-b through the wearer; and having a front portion (12a) configured to lie against the wearer's chest and a rear portion (12b) configured to lie against the wearer's back.
3. The tool sash (10) of claim 2 characterized by:
the first end (14) of the elongated band member (12) having a loop portion (20) which corresponds to an adjacent hook portion (22) such that when the loop portion (20) and the hook portion (22) are pressed together the loop and hook portions temporarily fasten together.
4. The tool sash (10) of claim 3 characterized in that when the tool sash (10) is slung over the shoulder (1 la) of the wearer (11) and the first end (14) of the elongated band member is threaded through the elongated slit (24), the loop portion (20) folds over the slit (24) and is fastened to the hook portion (22).
5. The tool sash (10) of claim 1 characterized by the plurality of attachments and tool holding devices (26) being riveted on to the elongated band member (12).
6. The tool sash (10) of claim 1 characterized by the plurality of attachments and tool holding devices (26) being sewn on to the elongated band member (12).
7. The tool sash (10) of claim 1 characterized by the plurality of attachments and tool holding devices (26) including a magnetic plate (28) attached to the elongated band member (12) for temporarily securing accessories using magnetic force.
8. The tool sash (10) of claim 6 characterized by the plurality of attachments and tool holding devices (26) including a plurality of U-shaped metal hangers (30), including a first U-shaped hanger (32) and a second U-shaped hanger (34), each having an opening (30a) formed therethrough for receiving a tool therein.
9. The tool sash (10) of claim 8 characterized by a safety strap (36) removably attached to the first U-shaped hanger (32) and second U-shaped hanger (34) to further secure the tool sash (10) when the safety strap (36)extends under one arm and partially about the torso of the wearer (11).
10. The tool sash (10) of claim 12 characterized by the safety strap (36)having a first clip (37a) secured at a first end of the strap and a second clip (37b) secured at a second end of the strap so that the first clip (37a) can be secured to the first U-shaped hanger (32) and the second clip (37b) can be secured to the second U-shaped hanger (34).
11. The tool sash (10) of claim 10 characterized by the safety strap (36)being constructed of an elastic material to maintain tension when the strap is secured by the first clip (37a) and second clip (37b) to the first U-shaped hanger (32) and the second U-shaped hanger (34), respectively.
12. The tool sash (10) of claim 1 characterized in that the plurality of attachments and tool holding devices (26) includes a plurality of tool pockets (38).
13. The tool sash (10) of claim 1 characterized by an insulated pocket (42) having an inner wall formed by the elongated band member (12), an outer wail (42a) and sidewalls (42b) and (42c) connecting the outer wall (42a) and the elongated band member (12).
14. The tool sash (10) of claim 13 characterized by the sidewalls (42b) and (42c) of the insulated pocket (42) being formed of elastic bands to allow for the expansion of the insulated pocket (42) to accommodate the hydration bag (40) when it is filled with a liquid.
15. The tool sash (10) of claim 14 characterized by;
a hose (44) with a nozzle (44a) being connected to the hydration bag (40);
the nozzle (44a) being disposed near the wearer's (11) shoulder (11a); and
a clip (46) is connected to the elongated band member (12) to temporarily secure the hose (44) when not in use.
16. The tool sash (10) of claim 1 characterized by the plurality of attachments and tool holding devices (26) including a tool pouch (48) having a plurality of pockets (48a), ( 48b), (48c).
17. The tool sash (10) of claim 16 characterized by a centerline w-w through cool pouch (48) disposed at an angle x of approximately 10°-30° with respect to a centerline y-y through the elongated slit (24).
18. A method of having a tool sash (10) slung over the shoulder (11a) of a wearer (11), comprising:
providing an elongated band member (12) having a first end (14) and a second end (16); provided an elongated slit (24) in the elongated band member (12) near the second end (16);
inserting the first end (14) of the elongated band member (12) into the elongated slit (24) when the tool sash (10) is slung over the shoulder (1 la) of the wearer (11) so that a front portion (12a) of the elongated band member (12) is disposed against the chest of the wearer and a rear portion (12b) is disposed against the back of the wearer; and fastening the first end and the second end to each other;
providing a plurality of attachments and tool holding devices (26) attached to the elongated band member:
providing an insulated pocket (42) for housing a hydration bag (40) mounted on the rear portion (12b) of the elongated band member; and
removably attaching a safety strap (36)to the elongated band member whereby a front portion (36a) of the strap is configured to lie against the chest of the wearer and a rear portion (36b) of the strap is configured to lie against the back of the wearer so that the strap extends under one arm of the wearer and partially about the torso of the wearer.
19. The method of claim 18 wherein;
the elongated band member (12) is slung over the shoulder (1 la) of the wearer at approximately an angle d of 45° to 60° through a centerline a-a of the band member with respect to a vertical centerline line b-b through the wearer when the front portion (12a) of the band member is configured to lie against the wearer's chest and a rear portion (12b) is configured to lie against the wearer's back.
20. The method of claim 19 including providing a tool pouch (48) having a plurality of pockets mounted to the band member so that a centerline w-w through tool pouch (48) is disposed at an angle x of approximately 10°--30° with respect to a centerline y-y through the elongated slit (24).
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