Abstract: A foldable supporting frame adapted for mounting on a back frame of a stroller for carrying a storage cart or a baby car seat, wherein the foldable supporting frame includes a U-shape main frame pivotally connected to the back frame of the stroller in such manner that the main frame is capable of swinging between a horizontal position and a folding position that the main frame is parallel to the back frame of the stroller, a locking device for selectively locking the main frame in the horizontal position, an additional carrying device adapted to incorporate with the main frame, and a holding device affixed on the main frame for detachably holding the additional carrying device in a locked position.
Abstract: A convertible child stroller/package carrier having a wheeled frame, a child seat which can be removably fastened to the frame to provide a child stroller, and a package holder which likewise can be removably fastened to the wheeled frame to provide a package carrier. The wheeled frame ordinarily has four legs, with a wheel assembly on each. Two additional legs with wheel assemblies can be attached on the rear of the wheeled frame to provide additional stability when carrying heavy packages. The wheeled frame is preferably hinged to permit folding of the child stroller/package carrier for ease of transporting, either by carrying by hand or by placement in an automobile or other vehicle. The package holder is preferably a weather resistant bag or a mesh bag and is preferably provided with a drawstring for closing of the bag when the package carrier is removed from the wheeled frame.
Abstract: A collapsible cart for transporting a plurality of handled shopping bags and the like. The cart has an elongated frame having upper and lower sections which are pivotally coupled together. The frame is adjustable between a deployed position where the upper and lower frame sections are substantially aligned longitudinally and a collapsed position where the upper and lower frame sections are folded together. A pair of wheels are pivotally coupled to the lower section of the frame which fold together when the frame is collapsed. A support arm for suspending a load is pivotally coupled to the frame upper section and is moveable between a horizontal, load-supporting position and a folded position extending alongside the frame. The shopping bags are suspended from a plurality of hooks mounted on the support arm.
December 23, 1994
Date of Patent:
October 21, 1997
Go Industries Inc.
Reginald Wayne Hook, Derek John McRae, Sean Martin Balkwill, Mel Gibb
Abstract: Foldable cart for shopping having a rigid base for reinforcement of the bag bottom. Two frames carry the wheels on which the bag leans in the unfolded position during use. The frames allow the wheels to be folded beneath the rigid base. Bag supporting frameworks can be extended and folded by parallel sliding in order to allow extension for pulling the cart or folding to a bag of reduced size for hand transport. One of the frameworks is attached to the upper zone of the bag, pulling the latter for its extension or folding. The other framework has, close to an articulation axle at the rigid base of the bag, a piece provided with one or two lugs which pass through slots formed in the housing for articulation of the frameworks and the wheel frames and for automatic extension of the wheels.
Abstract: The laundry buggy is collapsible to a small space, such as that of a large attache case, and which is erectable into a basket assembly with a supporting leg structure. The laundry buggy includes a basket assembly and a leg assembly. The basket assembly comprises a bottom wall, a first end wall pivotally connected to an upper side of the bottom wall adjacent one end thereof, a second end wall pivotally connected to an upper side of the bottom wall adjacent the other end thereof, the end walls being pivotable towards each other and downwardly over the bottom wall to form a collapsed basket assembly and each having side edge, a piece of flexible material being fixed to and between each pair of opposed side edges of the end walls, and forming flexible side walls of the basket assembly and being collapsible to a position underneath the end walls when they are collapsed downwards.
Abstract: The semi-trailer is capable of traveling on roads or on rails. It is characterized in that both a rail truck and a highway carriage are rapidly removable. Therefore the semi-trailer can travel on roads with only the highway carriage, and on rails with only the rail truck. The advantage is a reduction in the tare of the rail-operable unit. An additional advantage is the lack of a need for all the means intended for maintaining the wheels of the highway carriage elevated above the plane of the rails when traveling on rails, which means are required for all prior art binary rail and road vehicles. Other characteristics of the invention are the coupling device between the semi-trailers, the system of connection of a center pin socket to a hemispherical center-bearing counter-element of the rail truck, and the use of special support props and jacks.
Abstract: A collapsible mobile device for shoppers having a wheeled base assembly, a plastic bag member detachably secured to the wheeled base assembly and extendible upwardly therefrom, and a handle device circumscribing the plastic bag member in locking relationship thereto for moving the bag on the wheeled base assembly.
Abstract: The disclosure relates to a bag and is intended to receive a load. The bag has gripping handles and hooks for securing the bag to the mobile container body, the securing hooks being employed when the bag cooperates with the container body and inactive when the bag is not cooperating with the container and, inversely, the gripping handles being inactive when the bag is cooperating with the container and active when the bag is not cooperating with the container.
Abstract: A wheel glide removably mountable to a wheel. A pair of rigid runners are hinged together to allow the positioning of a wheel atop one of the runners with the remaining runner extending upwardly partially around the wheel. A plurality of clamps fixedly mounted to the runners removably and grippingly engage the wheel. In a second embodiment, a longitudinally flexible but laterally rigid strip of material extends peripherally around the wheel and is removably secured thereto by a plurality of clamps. A tie engages two of the clamps to secure the opposite ends of the strip together.
Abstract: A luggage carrier is transformed into a cart, such as a shopping cart, by the provision of a knock-down, collapsible basket which is releasably engagable with the carrier and which may be easily assembled for use and disassembled for storage.
Abstract: A soft-walled garment bag has rigid means, e.g., a central, internal post or column, interconnecting its upper and lower ends. The lower end comprises a rigid platform borne on a tandem pair of wheels that are steerable by manipulation of the upper end of the structure, e.g., via a handle fixed to the upper end of the column or post. A clothing hanger or hangers are detachably connectable to the rigid means to carry a suit or coat or the like about which the garment bag is closely fitted. The cover sheets of the garment bag are peripherally secured to the lower end of the platform and one side of the bag incorporates a carrying strap for suspending the piece of luggage under an arm from one hand in an erect position against one side of the body of the user for transportation over stairs, or in other such situations which inhibit wheel supported movement of the luggage.
Abstract: A wheeled cart for a bowling bag having forward wheels mounted to a base portion and means associated with the base portion for securing a bowling bag onto said base portion. A retractable handle is fixed along the bottom to the forward part of the cart so that a pulling motion on the handle tilts the cart forwardly so that the cart and mounted bag may be trundled along a support surface.