Ear plug

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1. Ear plug

1.1 is a perspective view;

1.2 is a front view;

1.3 is a side view;

1.4 is side view;

1.5 is a top view;

1.6 is bottom view;

1.7 is perspective view; and

1.8 is rear view.

Ear plug used for stopping water from entering the ear, especially when surfing or performing water sports; the ear plug will keep water outside the ear and will simultaneously let air pass into the ear canal, hence permitting sound to be heard by the user when it is arranged into the ear.

In the drawings, the broken lines are for the purpose of illustrating environment only and form no part of the claimed design.


The ornamental design for an ear plug, as shown and described.

Referenced Cited

U.S. Patent Documents

D253723 December 18, 1979 Leight
D265129 June 22, 1982 Leight
D364455 November 21, 1995 Krause
D408526 April 20, 1999 Westerdal
D452909 January 8, 2002 Saulce
D511381 November 8, 2005 Chiang
D521637 May 23, 2006 Yang
D548325 August 7, 2007 Benner
7510046 March 31, 2009 Doty
D604409 November 17, 2009 Scanlon
D682413 May 14, 2013 Gross
D760372 June 28, 2016 Williams
D760887 July 5, 2016 Dittrich et al.
D788906 June 6, 2017 Dittrich et al.
D789515 June 13, 2017 Salais, Sr.
20160022498 January 28, 2016 Dittrich

Patent History

Patent number: D807496
Type: Grant
Filed: Jun 28, 2016
Date of Patent: Jan 9, 2018
Assignee: EAR LABS AB (Malmö)
Inventors: Christian Dittrich (Löderup), Casper Asmussen (Malmö), Dan Carlberg (Malmö)
Primary Examiner: Rhea Shields
Application Number: 35/502,181


Current U.S. Class: Ear Plug Or Nose Clip (D24/106)