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Title:
SUNGLASSES (THAT LEAVE OUT SUN MARKS)
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2009/114914
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
The object of the present patent comprises (2) glasses (1) in the shape of a headband with perpendicular temples and lenses with vertical hinges and (1) in the shape of hair claws with lateral temples and hinges. According to the illustrations listed above, the sunglasses which are object of the present patent comprise a headband with temples, sun lenses, hair claws, and sun lenses with temples. As one can see from the figures, these sunglasses have a supporting structure which keeps the temples and lenses away from the face.

Inventors:
RODRIGUES OLIVEIRA MARIENE (BR)
Application Number:
BR2008/000264
Publication Date:
September 24, 2009
Filing Date:
August 22, 2008
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Assignee:
RODRIGUES OLIVEIRA MARIENE (BR)
International Classes:
G02C3/00
Domestic Patent References:
WO2003085444A22003-10-16
Foreign References:
US1647124A1927-11-01
FR2789499A12000-08-11
US2766657A1956-10-16
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
CARVALHO DE, Regina Maria (Rua Leandro Martins 22, Sala 1104 Centr, CEP: -080 Rio de Janeiro RJ, 20070, BR)
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Claims:
CLAIM

"SUNGLASSES (THAT LEAVE OUT SUN MARKS)"

The sunglasses which are object of the present patent differ from the others which already exist in the market in that the former have a structure that supports the lenses and the perpendicular temples in such a way that they protect the eyes from sun rays or artificial light without preventing the tanning of the whole face.

This structure has a headband or hair claws which lower the temples (hinges) up to the lenses and keep the latter away from the face so as to allow for a uniform tanning of the face.

Ultraviolet or other simple plastic material is indicated for the making of the said structure.

Sunglasses which already exist in the market have been studied so that the object of this patent would be designed to offer maximum comfort.

This type of glasses will be widely worn due to, for example, their headband and hair claws structure with adjustable temples. In order to improve on the existing glasses, a supporting system was developed, consisting of the combination of headband and hair claws with perpendicular temples.

Nice-looking and original, with their headband and hair claws structure and adjustable perpendicular temples, these glasses are a revolutionary invention, especially in the health area, for eye

protection against damage caused by exposure to both sun and artificial light.

These glasses will also be widely worn by the people who take artificial tanning because the sunglasses available in the market today leave sun marks on the face. The system employed in the construction of the temples prevents the inconvenience of sun marks.

The placement of the perpendicular temples and lenses on the headband and hair claws in the way described here is very convenient due to the fact that the components, that is, perpendicular temples and lenses, headband and hair claws, are completely capable of being demonstrated.

The drawing below shows the sunglasses which are object of the present patent:

Table t. Fig. 1.1 is a front view.

Fig. 1.2 is a side view.

Fig. 1.3 is a three dimensional view.

Table 2:

Fig. 2.1 is a side view. Fig. 2.2 is a front view.

According to the pictures shown above, the sunglasses which are object of the present patent comprise a headband with temples, sun lenses, hair claws, and sun lenses with temples.

Description:

DESCRIPTION

"SUNGLASSES (THAT LEAVE OUT SUN MARKS)"

The sunglasses which are object of the present patent differ from the others which already exist in the market in that the former have a structure that supports the lenses and the perpendicular temples in such a way that they protect the eyes from sun rays or artificial light without preventing the tanning of the whole face.

This structure has a headband or hair claws which lower the temples (hinges) up to the lenses and keep the latter away from the face so as to allow for a uniform tanning of the face.

Ultraviolet or other simple plastic material is indicated for the making of the said structure.

Sunglasses which already exist in the market have been studied so that the object of this patent would be designed to offer maximum comfort.

This type of glasses will be widely worn due to, for example, their headband and hair claws structure with adjustable temples. In order to improve on the existing glasses, a supporting system was developed, consisting of the combination of headband and hair claws with perpendicular temples.

Nice-looking and original, with their headband and hair claws structure and adjustable perpendicular temples, these glasses are a revolutionary invention, especially in the health area, for eye

protection against damage caused by exposure to both sun and artificial light.

These glasses will also be widely worn by the people who take artificial tanning because the sunglasses available in the market today leave sun marks on the face. The system employed in the construction of the temples prevents the inconvenience of sun marks.

The placement of the perpendicular temples and lenses on the headband and hair claws in the way described here is very convenient due to the fact that the components, that is, perpendicular temples and lenses, headband and hair claws, are completely capable of being demonstrated.

The drawing below shows the sunglasses which are object of the present patent:

Table 1: Fig. 1.1 is a front view.

Fig. 1.2 is a side view.

Fig. 1.3 is a three dimensional view.

Table 2:

Fig. 2.1 is a side view. Fig. 2.2 is a front view.

According to the pictures shown above, the sunglasses which are object of the present patent comprise a headband with temples, sun lenses, hair claws, and sun lenses with temples.




 
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