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Hair shaving device

Publication number: US11052554B2

Application number: US16/375,787

A device including a razor hosting portion having a combination of one or more blades operable for removing unwanted hair; an elongated handle configured to be operable for increasing a reach of a user; a camera implement configured to capture an area serviced by the razor hosting portion; a lighting piece implement configured to illuminate the area serviced by the razor hosting portion; a first gripping area with a grip enhancing texture material; a swivel head section including a swivel head with a spherical portion configured to allow the razor hosting portion to move and contour in multiple directions; a support bracket configured to surround the swivel head spherical portion; and a support arm implement extending from an end portion of the handle implement, wherein the support arm implement is configured to engage the swivel head implement.

Ladder caddy system

Publication number: US11053738B1

Application number: US17/088,738

A ladder caddy system is detachable attachable to a ladder top via a ladder connector, having a magnet configured below the ladder top. In an exemplary embodiment, the ladder connector is aligned with the ladder aperture in the ladder top and the main connector is inserted through the ladder aperture and into the ladder connector to magnetically couple the main connector magnet with the ladder connector magnet. The main receptacle assembly includes a main receptacle and may have a power tool retainer attached thereto and configured to retain a power tool such as a power drill. A retainer band may further secure a power tool in the power tool retainer. Other receptacles may be detachable attachable to the main receptacle assembly, such as a ring receptacle that comprises a conduit, a ring that can be slid over the power tool retainer. A detachable receptacle may be coupled to the main receptacle via a detachable receptacle connector that has a magnet that is attracted to main receptacle connector or secondary connector of the main receptacle.

Heating / cooling body treatment therapy pad system

Publication number: US11058573B2

Application number: US16/888,842

A heating/cooling therapy treatment pad system incorporates a plurality of therapy pads that can be coupled together by connectors and attachments to form an integrated therapy pad assembly. The thermal pads have pouches for receiving thermal inserts that may be heated or chilled. The thermal inserts may be cylindrical in shape and there may be thermal insert gaps, or spaces between the pouches to enable better conformability of the therapy pad to a person’s body, such as around the neck. The heating/cooling therapy treatment pad system may include a neck therapy pad, spine therapy pad, head and face therapy pads, shoulder therapy pad, lumbar therapy pad, armpit thermal therapy pad and a thermal therapy pad vest. The system of pads interconnect to provide tailored thermal therapy to multiple areas of a user’s body and may be used to effectuate rapid cooling and in particular for those suffering from heat exhaustion.

Headwear implement with rear aperture

Publication number: US11064751B2

Application number: US16/286,317

A device including a crown or dome section having a proximate upper portion, a proximate lower portion, and a proximate bottom end portion, in which the proximate bottom end portion comprises an interior and outer surface area; a ring segment having a plurality of holes or vent in a mesh pattern that is configured to allow airflow or ventilation; an aperture portion that is configured to be operable for allowing the hair to project out an interior of the crown or dome section to generally prevent hat hair; a hem segment that is configured to be operable for preventing hair from snagging and tangling upon the aperture portion; and an interior padding portion configured to cover and pad the interior surface area of the proximate bottom end portion to provide comfort during wear.

Organic toothpaste

Publication number: US11058628B2

Application number: US17/006,626

An organic toothpaste is a Pickering emulsion having a particle stabilizer bound in the interface between the continuous phase and dispersed phase of the emulsion. The particle stabilizer prevents the dispersed phase from coalescing and phase separating. The emulsion may include glycerin and water to form the emulsion and particles, such as erythritol and/or rice powder as the stabilizer. An organic toothpaste may be certified USDA organic and contain no more than 5% by weight of components list of allowed substances, found in the Electronic Code of Federal Regulations, Subpart G published on May 24, 2018. An organic toothpaste may include a foaming component such as saponin, soapbark, decyl glucoside or Quillaja saponaria. In addition, an organic toothpaste may include a natural sweetener such as agave, xylitol or erythritol.

Smartphone case having reconfigurable input control features for controlling smartphone apps

Publication number: US10848604B2

Application number: US16/721,566

A smartphone case for holding and protecting a smartphone, while also having various features for controlling an app, such as a video game running on the smartphone. The smartphone case includes a case body having a case back, and a case side wall that extends circumferentially around the case back, including four corners. The case side wall also extends above and below a smartphone held by the case, thereby forming a front rim and a back rim. The case side wall also includes corner connectors configured to connect with a swappable input control module. The case back also includes dedicated controls, and at least one recess for storing a swappable control module while not in use. A long side of the case side wall includes a left bumper and a right bumper. An app provides a GUI for assigning the dedicated and swappable controls for an app to be controlled.

Method of oral hemostasis using a conformable non-disruptive hemostasis material

Publication number: US11077223B1

Application number: US16/830,551

A method of promoting hemostasis in the mouth or oral cavity utilizes a non-absorbent, low surface energy and highly conformable non-disruptive hemostasis material. Traditional wound packing material is highly absorbent and has large open surfaces that allow clot forming materials, such as the platelet plug to adhere to the packing material and whereupon removal, the clot is disrupted. A non-disruptive highly conformable hemostasis material does not have large open pores and therefore does not adhere to forming clots. A non-disruptive hemostasis material may consist of expanded polytetrafluoroethylene that has a pore size of no more than about 10 microns. A non-disruptive hemostasis material may comprise a thin film of material over a portion of the outside surface that is non-absorbent and thin to allow for conforming into an oral cavity, such as from a tooth extraction. A thin film may cover porous material, such as a foam, that may be elastomeric.

Battery management system for battery banks with a small number of cells

Publication number: US10847835B2

Application number: US15/841,288

A battery management system monitors and controls the state of charge of a plurality of battery cells with a single data transceiver line. A sense board coupled to each cell monitors the battery cell voltage and temperature and reports the cell voltage in series, according to the location in series. A data request signal is sent by the control device of the battery management system through the single data transceiver line to initiate battery cell data transmission. The first battery cell in the series sends the first battery data upon receiving the data request signal and each subsequent battery cell in the series sends their respective battery data after a predetermined delay time set by two quaternary bits formed by a pair of voltage dividers. The state of charge may be displayed in real time on a graphical or numerical display.

Radial compression mechanism

Publication number: US11077480B2

Application number: US16/491,188

A radial compression mechanism utilizes a string wrapped around a plurality of compression dies to move the dies inward and close a central cylindrical cavity defined by the working surfaces of the dies. The string may be coupled to a string tension mechanism that enables a user to applied a desired tension to the string and thereby compress an article within the central cylindrical cavity. The compression dies may be coupled to a base and move along die-guiding slots from an open position to a closed position. A spring may be configured to force the compression dies open and provide some back-tension to the string. The string may extend around a pully on an opposing side of the compression mechanism and both ends of the string may be coupled to the string tension mechanism.

Load sharing bone plate

Publication number: US20180064480A1

Application number: US15/807,585

A load sharing bone plate has a plurality of directional apertures configured to effectively support and share the load with a fractured bone to promote healing. A load sharing bone plate may have a body portion that is thinner and be configured to be secured with smaller fasteners than conventional bone plates. A load sharing bone plate has a plurality of directional apertures, configured to direct a fastener is a specific orientation, such as in an oblique angle to the length and/or in an oblique angle to the width of the bone plate. A load sharing bone plate may be configured with a load sharing extension on at least one end that is configured to reduce stress concentration at the end of the bone plate. A load sharing extension may have a tapered thickness and/or width from the body portion to the extended end.