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Publication numberUS1619180 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMar 1, 1927
Filing dateFeb 20, 1926
Priority dateFeb 20, 1926
Publication numberUS 1619180 A, US 1619180A, US-A-1619180, US1619180 A, US1619180A
InventorsAndrew Benussi
Original AssigneeAndrew Benussi
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Bath mit
US 1619180 A
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March l` 1927.

A.' BENUSSI BATHV N11-11 Filed Feb. 20. 1926 (NVEN o i i Patented Mar. 1, i927.


`ANnnnw BENUssr, or BROOKLYN, Naw Yonx.


Application led February 20, 192B. Serial No. 89,807.

This invention has for an object to roduce a bath mit. of the type employing a owing stream of water through its pores so that the body of the user may be laved with a constant supplyrof fresh water during the bathing operation, in'which the mit does not become wet in `its hand receiving compart,

ment during its use, and in which displacement thereof from the users hand is pre-y vented.

These and other objects are attained in the bath mit described in the following specification and illustrated in the accompanyingdrawing, in which: v '15 fig. 1` is a longitudinal sectional viewl taken on the line 1-'1 of Fig. 2.

Fig. 2 is a plan view of the Init shown ina compartment 7 adapted to receive the 3 wearers hand, and a compartment 8 forA the reception of water fed to the mit. The\three materials 4, 5 and 6 are stitched together around the edges as at 9, whileat the open end of themit lthe materials 5 and 6 are stitched together as at 10. Also at the open end of the mit a draw string 11 is provided for-securing the mit upon the wearers hand. And now, in order' that water may be supplied Ito the compartment 8, I attach, in a Water tight manner, the, metal nipple 12 which 40 passes backwardly through the back material 4 also in a water tight manner. Over the projecting end of this nipple the hose 13 may be attached. f

The position of the -mit on the wearers hand is governed by the position on the nipple 12 which is purposely so placed that it comes between the first two and last two fingers of the Wearers hand. The operation of using the mit is so Iobvious that descri )tion thereof may be omitted.

aving thus described my invention what I claim is A bath mit having a hand compartment and a Water compartment secured to the face of the hand compartment, saidr hand compartment being water proof and adapted to receive the `wearers hand, said watencom partment being` adapted to receive water and to have its discharge through the outer wall thereof onto the wearers body while in use,

-and a'hose connection extending fromthe water compartment through the hand compartment and accessible from the back of thei mit for connection to a source of waterdsup- In witness whereof` I aiix my signature.


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U.S. Classification401/7, 401/203, 15/227
International ClassificationA47K7/02
Cooperative ClassificationA47K7/02
European ClassificationA47K7/02