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Número de publicaciónUS3054637 A
Tipo de publicaciónConcesión
Fecha de publicación18 Sep 1962
Fecha de presentación6 Sep 1960
Fecha de prioridad6 Sep 1960
Número de publicaciónUS 3054637 A, US 3054637A, US-A-3054637, US3054637 A, US3054637A
InventoresSamuel M Pambello
Cesionario originalSamuel M Pambello
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Enlaces externos: USPTO, Cesión de USPTO, Espacenet
Portable, convertible chair cradle for child
US 3054637 A
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Sept. 18, 1962 s. M. PAMBELLO 3,054,637

PORTABLE, CONVERTIBLE CHAIR CRADLE FOR CHILD Filed Sept. 6; 1960 3 Sheets-Sheet l Array/V695 Sept. 18, 1962 s. M. PAMBELLO 3,054,637

PORTABLE, CONVERTIBLE CHAIR CRADLE FOR CHILD Filed Sept. 6, 1960 5 Sheets-Sheet 2 IN VEN TOR. .JAMaEZ M. P/IMJELLO Sept. 18, 1962 s. M. PAMBELLO PORTABLE, CONVERTIBLE CHAIR CRADLE FOR CHILD Filed Sept. 6, 1960 S Sheets-Sheet 3 INVENTOR. JAMVEL A7. fil /M55110 3,54,637 Patented Sept. 18, 1962 My invention relates to a device for supporting an infant or small child. More particularly, the device comprises a portable convertible chair-cradle to support an infant or small child therein for convenient, comfortable and safe handling when it is desired to carry the child on ones back, papoose style, in ones arms, or to position the infant in seated or lying position whether it be utilized in the home with swivel straps removed, or out-doors as a transportation vehicle. With my novel portable unit a child can be carried by one person or the portable unit can be carried in a sling position between two people.

Parents and other people attending infants or small children encounter much inconvenience in providing a comfortable and safe posture for the infant while at the same time affording themselves sufiicient time and freedom to meet the demands of other activities, such as household tasks, travel, entertainment or other needs requiring the attention of the person caring for the infant.

While various devices exist for handling infants in the situations set forth, none of them approach the convenience, safety and comfort provided by my device.

The various features of my device provide complete comfort and safety for the infant regardless of the demands as to posture imposed by the needs of the infant such as sleep, play, or feeding; or those imposed on the infant as a consequence of the person caring for the infant to devote attention to other affairs.

Another objects of the present invention is to provide a device which is quickly and conveniently adaptable to support the infant in any posture between that of lying or sitting positions.

Another object of the present invention is to provide a device for comfortably and safely supporting an infant in a lying, sitting, or intermediate position while providing for both the comfort and safety of the infant and the convenience of the person caring for the infant.

A particular object of my invention is to provide a supporting device for an infant or small child having a back supporting member and a seat and leg supporting member which can be positioned to afford comfort to the infant whether in a lying, seated or intermediate position, and a device which can be easily and conveniently secured to a chair, automobile seat, positioned on a bed or on the floor or ground while the infant remains in a seated position position, lying position or any intermediate position, and a device which comfortably and safely supports the child while it is carried on a persons back or in their arms or between two people.

Further objects and advantages of the invention will become apparent from the following description of the invention taken in conjunction with the accompanying drawings, and the appended claims defining the inventive concepts present in my device, in which:

FIGURE 1 is a perspective view showing an embodiment of my device adjusted to support an infant in a sitting position.

FIGURE 2 is a perspective view of the device of FIG- URE I adjusted to support an infant in a lying position.

FIGURE 3 is a view showing details of the adjusting means.

' FIGURES 4 and 5 are views showing details of the means for attaching carrying or supporting straps on the device.

FIGURES 6 and 7 are views showing, respectively, the

manner in which the device may be used in conjunction with a chair or automobile seat and how the device is adaptable for carrying an infant on a persons back.

FIGURE 8 is a view showing details of means for supporting the device in a reclining or seated position on the floor or ground, and

FIGURE 9 is a view showing another modification of my device.

FIGURE 10 is a view showing how my novel chaircradle can be used as a hammock.

FIGURE 11 is a view showing how the device can be used as a cradle to be carried by one person.

FIGURE 12 is a view of my novel device showing how it can be made into a hammock to be carried by two persons.

FIGURE 13 is a view of my device showing how it can be placed in a folded position for storage.

FIGURE 14 is a view of my device showing the position of the straps for carrying a child in a seated position. This device with strap arrangement illustrated can be carried by one person.

Briefly described, my convertible infant or child supporting device, as shown in FIGURES 1 and 9, comprises a seat and leg supporting member 10, a back and head supporting member 11, adjustable positioning means 12 for fixing members 10 and 11 in any desired angular relationship, carrying or securing straps 13, and straps 14 for securing the infant or child in the device. The seat and back members are formed of channel-like sections having side flanges which are tapered at the ends and are dimensioned to permit them to telescope when the device is adjusted to the folded position to permit easy handling or storage of the device.

In detail, the modification of my device shown in FIG- URES 1-5 comprises a channel-shaped member 10 for supporting the seat and legs of the infant and a second channel-shaped member 11 for supporting the back and head of the infant. Each section is formed with integral side flanges 15 for comfortably restricting movements of the infant. Both members are provided with carrying straps 13 for securing the device to a chair, automobile seat or to a persons back in the manner shown in FIG- URES 6 and 7, respectivly. An additional set of straps 14 are provided on each member for securing the infant in the device. Straps 13 are attached to swivel pins 37 by a clip 41.

In the modification of my device shown in FIGURE 1, the two members 10 and 11 are joined together in a pivotal dove-tail arrangement by the adjustable positioning means 12. The dovetail lugs 18 and 19 are provided with openings 20 for passage of rod 21. This arrangement joins the members but permits pivotal adjustment to any desired angular relationship by means of the adjustment means 12.

The adjustment means 12 is formed of rod 21 extending through the openings 20 in the dove-tail lugs 18 and 19 on the adjacent edges of seat and back members 10 and 11, locking members 22 and 23 having cooperating splines 27, and knurled nuts 24 which are threaded to each end of the rod 21.

Locking members 22 and 23 each have a wing section 28 that is slidably received in recesses 29 in members 10 and 11. Additionally, members 22 and 23 have cooperating splinedsections 27 which are slidably disposed on rod 21. This arrangement allows splines 27 to lock members 22 and 2-3 in any desired angular position when knurled nuts 24- are tightened. The seat and back members 1t) and 11 are caused to assume the same angular relationship as locking members 22 and 23 because of the coupling between wing sections 28 of the locking members and the seat and back members afforded by recesses 29. This adjustability of the device makes it possible to fit the support to any posture to be assumed by the infant and also, by minor adjustment, to fit the support to the surface on which it is to be placed, such as the ground, chair or automobile seat. This reduces the possibility of accidental tipping of the device due to the support rocking because of a poor fit between the support and the surface on which it is placed.

Straps 14 are provided for securing the infant in the device. They are provided with cooperating buckle and buckle receiving ends, 29 and 30, respectively.

Straps 16 are secured to the device by means of swivel nuts 31 shown in FIGURES 4 and 5. These straps are used to attach the device to a seat as shown in FIGURE 6 or to a persons back as shown in FIGURE 7. They can also be used to support the device in hammock fashion in a car or between two people or any two fixed objects.

Swivel nut assemblies 31 comprise members 32 and 35 which have cooperating threaded portions 33 and 35. Yoke members 37 are pivotally attached to swivel nut members 35 by the end portions received in openings 38 to accommodate positioning of the straps as required by the use of the device.

The ends of straps 14 are provided with spring clasps shown as 39. The clasps consist of rigid members 40 having strap receiving ends 41, yoke receiving ends 42, and a leaf spring member 43 for locking the clasp to the yoke member.

As seen in FIGURE 6, brackets 44 can be provided to attach the device to a chair or car seat 45. The brackets 44 cooperate with an integrally formed hook portion 46 at the top of back member 11.

An additional feature of my invention is shown in FIGURE 8. Slide members 47 can be provided for sup porting the device on the fioor or ground while the infant is in a sitting position. The slides 47 are received in integrally formed recesses 48 in the seat member Where they can be stored when not in use.

The numerous novel features of my device are seen in FIGURES -14. In FIGURE 10 the straps 16 have been arranged to permit the device to be used as a hammock. In FIGURE 11 the straps are arranged to permit the device to be used as a cradle that can be carried by one person whereas FIGURE 12 illustrates still a third arrangement of straps =16 so that the hammock can be carried by two persons. FIGURE 13 illustrates how the device is folded into a compact unit for easy storage and FIGURE 14 shows a strap arrangement which can be used when one person carries the child in a seated position.

Another modification of my device is shown in FIG- URE 9 wherein the dove-tailed pivotal members of sections 10 and 11 are replaced by an integrally formed hinge comprising flexible folding portions 49. The rod 21 is accommodated in slot 50 between folding portions 49 and the fianges 28 of locking members 22 and 23 are received in slots 29 similar to those in the modification of FIGURE 1. It is to be understood that the device of FIGURE 9 embodies all the features of the device of FIGURE 1, such as, the carrying and infant supporting straps and the slide members shown in FIGURE 8.

The back and seat members of the forms of my device shown in FIGURES 1 and 9 can be made of flexible plastic materials such as polyethylene. Also the device of FIG- URE 1 could be made of rigid materials, such as Wood, pressed fibers, or metal.

The comfort of the infant can be further assured by providing a light weight mattress of usual material as shown by dashed lines 51 in FIGURE 9.

While specific embodiments of the improved device have been disclosed in the foregoing description, it will be understood that various other modifications within the spirit of the invention may occur to those skilled in the art. Accordingly, it is intended that no limitation be placed on the invention except as defined by the scope of the appended claims.

I claim:

1. A device for supporting an infant or small child in a lying, sitting or intermediate position comprising a first channel-shaped member for supporting the seat and legs of the infant or child, a second channel-shaped member for supporting the back and head of the infant or child, connecting means pivotally joining adjacent ends of said first and second members whereby the first and second members can be pivoted to a desired position between a first position in which each member lies in substantially a common plane and a second position in which the first and second members closely confront each other in a folded relationship, and adjustment means in axial alignment with said connecting means cooperating with said first and second members for fixedly securing and holding said first and second members in said first or second positions, or in any desired intermediate position; said adjustment means including first and second locking members, each having a central section, and a winged section extending therefrom, said first and second winged sections in register with openings in said first and second members respectively; the angular separation of said first and second winged sections corresponding to the angular separation of said first and second members; said first and second central sections interconnceted to maintain the angular separation of their respective winged sections, whereby the desired one of said first, second or intermediate positions is maintained.

2. A device for supporting an infant or small child in a lying, sitting or intermediate position comprising a first channel-shaped member for supporting the seat and legs of the infant or child, a second channel-shaped member for supporting the back and head of the infant or child, connecting means pivotally joining adjacent ends of said first and second members whereby the first and second members can be pivoted to a desired position between a first position in which each member lies in substantially a common plane and a second position in which the first and second members closely confront each other in a folded relationship, and adjustment means in axial alignment with said connecting means cooperating with said first and second members for fixedly securing and holding said first and second members in said first or second positions, or in any desired intermediate position, wherein said connecting means is integral with said first and second members; said adjustment means including first and second locking members, each having a central section, and a winged section extending therefrom, said first and second winged sections in register with openings in said first and second members respectively; the angular separation of said first and second winged sections corresponding to the angular separation of said first and second members; said first and second central sections interconnected to maintain the angular separation of their respective winged sections, whereby the desired one of said first, second or intermediate positions is maintained.

3. A device for supporting an infant or small child in a lying, sitting or intermediate position comprising a first channel-shaped member for supporting the seat and legs of the infant or child, a second channel-shaped member for supporting the back and head of the infant or child, connecting means pivotally joining adjacent ends of said first and second members whereby the first and second members can be pivoted to a desired position between a first position in which each member lies in substantially a common plane and a second position in which the first and second members closely confront each other in a folded relationship, and adjustment means in axial alignment with said connecting means cooperating with said first and second members for fixedly securing and holding said first and second members in said first or second positions, or in any desired intermediate position, securing means being attached to each of said first and second members for attaching the device to a person or object carrying the device; said adjustment means including first and second locking members, each having a central section, and a winged section extending therefrom, said first and second winged sections in register with openings in said first and second members respectively; the angular separation of said first and second winged sections corresponding to the angular separation of said first and second members; said first and second central sections interconnected to maintain the angular separation of their respective winged sections, whereby the desired one of said first, second or intermediate positions is maintained; the opposite ends of said securing means being swivel mounted to non-adjacent end regions of said first and second members.

4. A device for supporting an infant or small child in a lying, sitting or intermediate position comprising a first channel-shaped member for supporting the seat and legs of the infant or child, a second channel-shaped member for supporting the back and head of the infant or child, connecting means pivotally joining adjacent ends of said first and second members whereby the first and second members can be pivoted to a desired position between a first position in which each member lies in substantially a common plane and a second position in which the first and second members closely confront each other in a folded relationship, and adjustment means in axial alignment with said connecting means cooperating with said first and second members for fixedly securing and holding said first and second members in said first or second positions, or in any desired intermediate position; said device being operatively constructed with an integral hook portion adapted to receive a bracket to thereby enable said device to be supported on a car seat; said hook portion extending forward from the top of said second member, above the channel-enclosed volume defined by said second member, thereby serving as a head protector for an infant or small child; said adjustment means including first and second locking members, each having a central section, and a winged section extending therefrom, said first and second winged sections in register with openings in said first and second members respectively; the angular separation of said first and second winged sections corresponding to the angular separation of said first and second members; said first and second central sections interconnected to maintain the angular separation of their respective winged sections, whereby the desired one of said first, second or intermediate positions is maintained.

5. A device for supporting an infant or small child in a lying, sitting or intermediate position comprising a first channel-shaped member for supporting the seat and legs of the infant or child, a second channel-shaped member for supporting the back and head of the infant or child, connecting means pivotally joining adjacent ends of said first and second members whereby the first and second members can be pivoted to a desired position between a first position in which each member lies in substantially a common plane and a second position in which the first and second members closely confront each other in a folded relationship, and adjustment means in axial alignment with said connecting means cooperating with said first and second members for fixedly securing and holding said first and second members in said first or second positions, or in any desired intermediate position; said first channelshaped member having slide members received in integrally joined recesses thereof; said slide members having a first position for storing said device and a second position whereby said device can be supported on the floor while an infant is in sitting position; said adjustment means including first and second locking members, each having a central section, and a winged section extending therefrom, said first and second winged sections in register with openings in said first and second members respectively; the angular separation of said first and second Winged actions corresponding to the angular separation of said first and second members; said first and second central sections interconnected to maintain the angular separation of their respective winged sections, whereby the desired one of said first, second or intermediate positions is maintained.

6. A device for supporting an infant or small child in a lying, sitting or intermediate position comprising a first channel-shaped member for supporting the seat and legs of the infant or child, a second channel-shaped member for supporting the back and head of the infant or child, connecting means pivotally joining adjacent ends of said first and second members whereby the first and second members can be pivoted to a desired position between a first position in which each member lies in substantially a common plane and a second position in which the first and second members closely confront each other in a folded relationship, and adjustment means cooperating with said first and second members for fixedly securing and holding said first and second members in said first or second positions, or in any desired intermediate position; said adjustment means including registry means cooperatively engaging aperture means at regions of said first and second members displaced from their pivotal engagement; one of said cooperatively engaged means carried by said first and second members; the registry means and cooperating apertures of one of said members angularly separated from the registry means and cooperating apertures of the other of said members; said angular separation corresponding to the angular separation of said first and second members; means maintaining said angular separation whereby the desired one of said first, second or intermediate positions is maintained.

7. A device for supporting an infant or small child in a lying, sitting or intermediate position comprising a first channel-shaped member for supporting the seat and legs of the infant or child, a second channel-shaped member for supporting the back and head of the infant or child, connecting means pivotally joining adjacent ends of said first and second members whereby the first and second members can be pivoted to a desired position between a first position in which each member lies in substantially a common plane and a second position in which the first and second members closely confront each other in a folded relationship, and adjustment means cooperating with said first and second members for fixedly securing and holding said first and second members in said first or second positions, or in any desired intermediate position; said adjustment means including registry means cooperatively engaging aperture means at regions of said first and second members displaced from their pivotal engagement; one of said cooperatively engaged means carried by said first and second members; the registry means and cooperating apertures of one of said members angularly separated from the registry means and cooperating apertures of the other of said members; said angular separation corresponding to the angular separation of said first and second members; means maintaining said angular separation whereby the desired one of said first, second or intermediate positions is maintained; said last-mentioned means having provision for adjustment of said angular separation to another of said first, second or intermediate positions.

8. A device for supporting an infant or small child in a lying, sitting or intermediate position comprising a first channel-shaped member for supporting the seat and legs of the infant or child, a second channel-shaped memher for supporting the back and head of the infant or child, connecting means pivotally joining adjacent ends of said first and second members whereby the first and second members can be pivoted to a desired position between a first position in which each member lies in substantially a common plane and a second position in which the first and second members closely confront each other in a folded relationship, and adjustment means cooperating with said first and second members for fixedly securing and holding said first and second members in said first or second positions, or in any desired intermediate position; said adjustment means including registry means cooperatively engaging aperture means at regions of said first and second members displaced from their pivotal engagement; one of said cooperatively engaged means carried by said first and second members; the registry means and cooperating apertures of one of said members angularly separated from the registry means and cooperating apertures of the other of said members; said angular separation corresponding to the angular separation of said first and second members; means maintaining said angular separation whereby the desired one of said first, second or intermediate positions is maintained; the channel portion of said first and second members including integrally formed side flanges, each angularly extending from the pivotally engaged ends to a maximum height intermediate the length of its respective member, and then tapering towards a lesser height at the opposite end of its respective member.

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