NON FLIP UMBRELLA - Figueroa, Luisito A.

NEWBRELLAs Inverted Umbrellas Self Stand With C Shaped Handle Hands Free Reverse Umbrella (Purple)

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  • Fig. 4 shows an alternative embodiment of the non flip umbrella showing the guy assembly on a different construction. As illustrated, the embodied assembly is generally designated by the reference numeral 27. This assembly 27 now consists of a circular ring member 28 which is encompassingly secured to the sleeve 15 of said sliding catch 14 of the umbrella. Said ring member 28 defines a series of radially disposed holes 32 where elongated reinforcing strings 29 radiate therefrom towards the outer ends of the ribs 13. Said reinforcing strings 29 having a length of no less than 30 cm (12 inches) and no more that 114 cm (45 inches) have an inner end 30 being secured on said strength of the conventional materials used in the essential components of the herein improved umbrella.

    FIG. 4 shows an alternative embodiment of the non flip umbrella showing the guy assembly on a different construction. As illustrated, the embodied assembly is generally designated by the reference numeral 27. This assembly 27 now consists of a circular ring member 28 which is encompassingly secured to the sleeve 15 of said sliding catch 14 of the umbrella. Said ring member 28 defines a series of radially disposed apertures 32 where elongated reinforcing strings 29 radiates therefrom towards the outer ends of the ribs 13. Said reinforcing strings 29 having a length of no less than 12 inches and no more than 45 inches have an inner end 30 being secured on said ring member 28 and the outer end 30a being secured to the eyelet 25 of the respective ribs 13 said outer end 30a can also be securely connected to outer end of said braces 19. Suspending each of said reinforcing string 29 is the complemental suspension means in the form of a helically coiled suspension spring 31. Said suspension spring 31 has an opposed ends 31A and 31B being securely connected to the reinforcing string 29 and the ribs 13, respectively. While said helically coiled suspension spring 31 is the preferred material for said suspending means, other conventional material which serves the same purpose may be used. In this embodiment, it may be noted that the inner ends 30 is no longer connected to the hub 16 of the sliding catch 14 and, in lieu thereof, to the ring member 28. While this ring member 28 is shown to be in the form of a ring as shown in FIG. 4, other configuration such as circular band, etc. can also be used.

  • Referring now in detail to the several views of the drawings wherein like reference numerals designate the same parts throughout, there is illustrated a non flip umbrella which is generally designated by the reference numeral 10. This umbrella 10 conventionally comprises an elongated center pole 11 provided with an apex in the form of a hub 12 encompassingly fixed at the upper end of said center pole 11 and a series of ribs 13 hingely connected to said hub 12 and spacedly radiating from said center pole 11. Movably secured on said center pole 11 and proximately below the hub 12 is the sliding catch generally designated by the reference numeral 14, as in conventional structure, the sliding catch 14, defines a cylindrical sleeve 15 having at the upper terminal end thereof an integral channeled hub 16, said hub 16 being provided with a series of radially spaced slits 17. Disposed within said channeled hub 16 is a ring 18. Hingedly connected on said ring 18 and passing through said slits 17 is the inner end of a series of braces 19, their outer ends being hingedly connected to the respective ribs 13. The steadying force of this braces 19 supports the respective ribs 13 in erect and steady position when the umbrella is opened.

    Referring now in detail to the several views of the drawings wherein like reference numerals designate the same parts throughout, there is illustrated a non flip umbrella which is generally designated by the reference numeral 10. This umbrella 10 conventionally comprises an elongated center pole 11 provided with an apex in the form of a hub 12 encompassingly fixed at the upper end of said center pole 11 and a series of ribs 13 hingedly connected to said hub 12 and spacedly radiating from said center pole 11. Movably secured on said center pole 11 and proximately below the hub 12 is the sliding catch generally designated by the reference numeral 14. As in a conventional structure, the sliding catch 14 defines a cylindrical sleeve 15 having at the upper terminal end thereof an integral channeled hub 16, said hub 16 being provided with a series of radially spaced slits 17. Disposed within said channeled hub 16 is a ring 18. Hingedly connected on said ring 18 and passing through said slits 17 is the inner end of a series of braces 19, their outer ends being hingedly connected to the respective ribs 13. The steadying force of these braces 19 supports the respective ribs 13 in erect and steady position when the umbrella is opened.

  • Referring now in detail to the several views of the drawings wherein like reference numerals designate the same parts throughout, there is illustrated a non flip umbrella which is generally designated by the reference numeral 10. This umbrella 10 conventionally comprises an elongated center pole 11 provided with an apex in the form of a hub 12 encompassingly fixed at the upper end of said center pole 11 and a series of ribs 13 hingely connected to said hub 12 and spacedly radiating from said center pole 11. Movably secured on said center pole 11 and proximately below the hub 12 is the sliding catch generally designated by the reference numeral 14, as in conventional structure, the sliding catch 14, defines a cylindrical sleeve 15 having at the upper terminal end thereof an integral channeled hub 16, said hub 16 being provided with a series of radially spaced slits 17. Disposed within said channeled hub 16 is a ring 18. Hingedly connected on said ring 18 and passing through said slits 17 is the inner end of a series of braces 19, their outer ends being hingedly connected to the respective ribs 13. The steadying force of this braces 19 supports the respective ribs 13 in erect and steady position when the umbrella is opened.

10 Unconventional Umbrella Designs

FIG. 4 shows an alternative embodiment of the non flip umbrella showing the guy assembly on a different construction. As illustrated, the embodied assembly is generally designated by the reference numeral 27. This assembly 27 now consists of a circular ring member 28 which is encompassingly secured to the sleeve 15 of said sliding catch 14 of the umbrella. Said ring member 28 defines a series of radially disposed apertures 32 where elongated reinforcing strings 29 radiates therefrom towards the outer ends of the ribs 13. Said reinforcing strings 29 having a length of no less than 12 inches and no more than 45 inches have an inner end 30 being secured on said ring member 28 and the outer end 30a being secured to the eyelet 25 of the respective ribs 13 said outer end 30a can also be securely connected to outer end of said braces 19. Suspending each of said reinforcing string 29 is the complemental suspension means in the form of a helically coiled suspension spring 31. Said suspension spring 31 has an opposed ends 31A and 31B being securely connected to the reinforcing string 29 and the ribs 13, respectively. While said helically coiled suspension spring 31 is the preferred material for said suspending means, other conventional material which serves the same purpose may be used. In this embodiment, it may be noted that the inner ends 30 is no longer connected to the hub 16 of the sliding catch 14 and, in lieu thereof, to the ring member 28. While this ring member 28 is shown to be in the form of a ring as shown in FIG. 4, other configuration such as circular band, etc. can also be used.