USPTO Issues Patent Number 9,845,030 Titled Automobile Vehicle Headrest

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The USPTO has issued U.S. Patent Number 9,845,030 titled Automobile Vehicle Headrest to a Tucker Law client

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FIG. 2 of U.S. Patent No. 9,845,030

"The United States Patent and Trademark Office has allowed the '030 patent to issue with claims that range from broad to narrow," says Patent attorney Matthew Sean Tucker. "This headrest patent included claims relating to a vehicle headrest unit for use for children," Mr. Tucker further advises.

Tucker Law has obtained for its client Patent Number 9,845,030 from the United States Patent and Trademark Office for an invention titled "AUTOMOBILE VEHICLE HEADREST". The invention relates to a headrest device that integrates with the vehicle's seats for providing persons with a device for resting ones head when traveling as a passenger in a vehicle. The headrest device includes a headrest assembly that removably mates with a mount assembly.

Claim 1 of the patent provides:

A headrest adapted for use in conjunction with a passenger seat in a motor vehicle, said headrest comprising: a head cushion; a strap assembly having at least one strap having a first distal end and a second distal end, said strap assembly capable of holding said head cushion below an existing vehicle headrest, said at least one strap attachable on said first distal end to a vehicle anchor and said at least one strap attachable on said second distal end to an existing vehicle seat headrest post; wherein each of said plurality of straps further comprises a first strap portion having first length and a second strap portion having a second length, said first strap portion having a first proximal end and said first distal end, said second strap portion having a second proximal end and said second distal end, a strap receiving member configured to secure together said first strap portion and second strap portion; wherein at least of one said first strap portion and said second strap portion are manipulable to adjust the overall measurable length between said first distal end and said second distal end; and further comprising a mount assembly facilitating cooperation between said strap assembly and said head cushion, wherein the position of said mount assembly along said strap is slidably adjustable.

"The United States Patent and Trademark Office has allowed the '030 patent to issue with claims that range from broad to narrow," says Patent attorney Matthew Sean Tucker. "This headrest patent included claims relating to a vehicle headrest unit for use for children," Mr. Tucker further advises.

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