|Publication number||US20030121803 A1|
|Application number||US 09/961,548|
|Publication date||Jul 3, 2003|
|Filing date||Dec 31, 2001|
|Priority date||Dec 31, 2001|
|Publication number||09961548, 961548, US 2003/0121803 A1, US 2003/121803 A1, US 20030121803 A1, US 20030121803A1, US 2003121803 A1, US 2003121803A1, US-A1-20030121803, US-A1-2003121803, US2003/0121803A1, US2003/121803A1, US20030121803 A1, US20030121803A1, US2003121803 A1, US2003121803A1|
|Inventors||Keegria Banks, Arianne Russ|
|Original Assignee||Keegria Banks, Arianne Russ|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|Referenced by (2), Classifications (7)|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
 Not Applicable.
 1. Field of Invention
 This invention is a compact case designed to hold and roll tobacco products.
 2. Description of Prior Art
 Not Applicable.
 References Numerals In Drawings
1 top of case 2 top of latch 3 top of flap 4 side of netted pouch 5 bottom of case 6 hinges 7 bottom of latch 8 flap 9 netted pouch 10 spaces for hinges 12 elastic band 14 long hinge 15 where hinges 16 zipper connect
FIG. 1 This sketch shows a top view of the case 1. An elastic band 12 holds cigars in place inside the top of the case. There is a space 10 for two hinges that holds the case together. There is a latch 2 to keep the case closed.
FIG. 2 There is a flap 8 between the top and bottom of the case. The top of the flap 3 is a hard surface. The flap is connected 15 to the bottom part of the case.
FIG. 3 This sketch represents an elastic band 12 connected to the top of the case. (FIG. 1)
FIG. 4 A hinge 14 connects the flap and netted storage pouch 9 on the bottom side of the pouch. It is connected to the side in the bottom of the case.
FIG. 5 This sketch represents the netted storage pouch 9 on the bottom side of the flap. It has a zipper 16 to open and close with. The sides of the pouch are wide enough to allow room for tobacco.
FIG. 6 The hinges 6 connect the bottom of the case to the top. The bottom part of the latch 7 keeps the case closed. The flap and pouch are connected 15 to the bottom of the case. There is a small floor 5 on the case to roll tobacco on.
FIG. 7 This sketch represents the order in which all the components of the case will go. The top 1 of the case covers everything. The flap 3 separates the top and bottom of the case. There is a pouch 4 on the other side of the flap for storage. There is small floor 5 at the bottom for space to roll tobacco. The latch 7 for closing is at the bottom. The two hinges 6 hold the case together.
 Operation—FIGS. 1-6
 The case has a latch 2 at the top and bottom to open and close. (As shown in FIG. 1) The flap 8 separates the top from the bottom. (FIG. 2) The elastic band 12 holds cigars in place inside the top of the case. (FIG. 3) A long hinge 14 connects the flap and pouch to the bottom of the case. (FIG. 4) The pouch 9 is made of a net-like material and is used for storage. (FIG. 5) The bottom part of the latch 7 is used for opening and closing. (FIG. 6)
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|International Classification||A24F23/00, A24C5/44|
|Cooperative Classification||A24C5/44, A24F23/00|
|European Classification||A24F23/00, A24C5/44|