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280029000 - WHEELED

280638000 - Extensible

280639000 - Folding

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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
280652000 One- or two-wheeled 27
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20090283989 Shopping-Cart With Removable Compartments - A cart having a cart-frame that includes: an upper frame-portion enabling a user to hold the portion in order to push the cart; a base frame-portion comprising wheels connected to the base frame-portion enabling the cart to roll through the wheels; and connectors connecting the base frame-portion to the upper frame-portion and supporting the upper frame-portion's weight. The upper frame-portion may include compartment-installation structures enabling the user to add and remove compartments according to his desire and needs. The compartments may be selectively removed and installed.11-19-2009
20130026739Golf Cart Folding Device - A golf cart folding device comprises an upper frame having a handle tube at an upper end of the upper frame; a rear wheel stand coupled to the upper frame by a connecting plate, and having a rear wheel at a lower end of the rear wheel stand; a pull rod coupled to the upper frame and the rear wheel stand; a lower frame, coupled to the upper frame, and having a front wheel at a lower end of the lower frame; and a link rod mechanism between the upper and lower frames for drawing the lower frame and the front wheel together towards the rear wheel by the linking of the link rod mechanism when a golf cart is folded, so as to achieve the effects of skipping a step of folding the front wheel, preventing making a user's body or cloth dirty, and providing a simple and easy operation.01-31-2013
20130026738GOLF CART FOLDING DEVICE - A golf cart folding device comprises an upper frame having a handle tube at an upper end of the upper frame; a rear wheel stand coupled to the upper frame by a connecting plate, and having a rear wheel at a lower end of the rear wheel stand; a pull rod coupled to the upper frame and the rear wheel stand; a lower frame, coupled to the upper frame, and having a front wheel at a lower end of the lower frame; and a link rod mechanism between the upper and lower frames for drawing the lower frame and the front wheel together towards the rear wheel by the linking of the link rod mechanism when a golf cart is folded, so as to achieve the effects of skipping a step of folding the front wheel, preventing making a user's body or cloth dirty, and providing a simple and easy operation.01-31-2013
20100052293MOBILE MODULAR CART/CASE SYSTEM FOR OXYGEN CONCENTRATORS AND INFUSION PUMP SYSTEMS - An apparatus for operatively carrying and providing ready access to the operation of a portable oxygen concentration module is provided. The apparatus comprises a carrying case having a hollow body portion defining a first inner chamber therein, a lower end configured to stabilize the carrying case in an upright position when the carrying case is rested on a generally planar surface, and an upper end defining a primary opening to the first inner chamber. The primary opening is sized and configured to permit the oxygen concentration module to be deposited into the first inner chamber therethrough. The first inner chamber is sized and configured to receive and operatively retain the oxygen concentration module therein. The apparatus further comprises a plurality of intake vents integrated within the hollow body portion, a plurality of exhaust vents integrated within the hollow body portion, and a first aperture integrated within the carrying case. The intake vents are positioned to align with inlet vents of the oxygen concentration module when the oxygen concentration module is received within the first inner chamber to permit ambient air to be drawn into the oxygen concentration module from a surrounding atmosphere. The exhaust vents are positioned to align with outlet vents of the oxygen concentration module when the oxygen concentration module is received within the first inner chamber to permit exhaust gas to be vented from the oxygen concentration module to the surrounding atmosphere. The first aperture is positioned to align with an outlet port of the oxygen concentration module when the oxygen concentration module is received within the first inner chamber to allow attachment of an oxygen delivery tube to the outlet port of the oxygen concentration module.03-04-2010
20130038042Portable Shopping Cart With Collapsible Basket and Seating for Multiple Children - A portable child-carrying shopping cart having a collapsible cart basket. The cart has a seat for two small children and seat belts for keeping children safely seated side-by-side. An extendable snack tray provides children with access to their own snacks and beverages, so that a parent does not have to maintain constant control of these items. Below the seat is an interior cavity with a coat hook and a space for storing bags, purses, and garments. On the opposing side of the body of the device, a cart basket is secured. The cart basket is expandable and collapsible. The device can be easily stowed when the basket is collapsed against the body. It can also be quickly expanded for use as a shopping cart when a parent is running errands.02-14-2013
20130087994Foldable Golf Cart - A foldable golf pull/push cart is disclosed. In some embodiments, the foldable golf cart is selectively foldable between a folded configuration and an unfolded configuration. In such embodiments, the foldable golf cart is configured to be permanently attached to a golf club bag in both the folded and unfolded configurations as well as while the golf cart is transitioned between the forgoing configurations. According to some embodiments, the golf cart is compact and light enough such that it does not appreciably add to either the dimensions of the golf club bag or the weight of a standard golf club bag containing clubs and other golf equipment. In this way, when the golf cart is in a folded configuration, the golf cart and bag combination can be handled and/or transported as easily as the bag itself. In some embodiments, the golf cart is configured to accommodate any bag a user prefers.04-11-2013
20100327562SHOPPING CAR - A shopping car which can prevent a person walking on a dark road in the night while pulling the shopping car from stumbling by lighting up the step, or can hold an electronic calculator, a folding umbrella, a portable telephone, and the like, surely as required. LED lights (12-30-2010
20120112436Golf Bag Cart Foldable Device - A golf bag cart foldable device comprises: a bottom cart stand, having a link segment at its top end, where the inner wall of the link segment is set up with an indent, and the internal side of the bottom cart stand is provided with a channel, offering for the sliding by a slider, where the bottom cart stand joins a front wheel at its bottom end; an upper cart stand, in pinned connection with the link segment at its bottom end, and having a long trough at the inner lateral of its bottom end; a rear wheel frame, in pinned connection with the link segment at its one end, and to a rear wheel at the other end; a linkage, connected in between the slider and the upper cart stand; a strut bar, connected in between the slider and the rear wheel frame; and an interlocking mechanism, comprising: a pull handle, set up in the middle of the top portion of the upper cart stand; a clamping rod, set up in the middle of the bottom portion of the upper cart stand, and each of its two ends is lodged in a long trough; a connection member, hidden in the pull handle and in the upper cart stand, where its two ends are connected to the two ends of the clamping rod respectively; and a spring, joined to the clamping rod at its one end, and to the upper cart stand at the other end. Accordingly, by means of the aforementioned structure, the operations of unfolding and folding would feature handiness, easiness and smoothness.05-10-2012
20130056962Handcart - The present invention involves a casual handcart, it is comprising two parts, an upper part has a support board and a handle, the handle can be divided into an upper portion and a lower portion, a lower part is a bottom frame, there are at least three wheels at the bottom frame, a pivot and a support frame makes an organic combination between a hand-pull-cart a and a hand-push-cart b, the pivot and the support frame is the main part which achieves the unique function of the handcart, this two cooperate with each other and neither is dispensable.03-07-2013
20130062865Golf Bag Cart - A golf bag cart comprises a lower frame including a connecting plate pivotally coupled to a rear wheel stand, a slide element installed at the top of the connecting plate, and an upper carrying base and a lower carrying base for placing and fixing a golf bag; an upper frame coupled to a lower frame and pivotally coupled to the upper carrying base; two front wheel stands coupled to the lower frame and pivotally coupled to the lower carrying base; a link rod module composed of link rod modules and coupled between the upper frame, a slide element and front and rear wheel stands for driving the front and the rear wheel stands or the front and rear wheels to fold or unfold; and a lift switch installed between the upper and lower frames and latched for fixing at a position when the golf bag cart is unfolded.03-14-2013
20120235387Wheeled Cart for Transporting Outdoor Equipment - A rolling cart for transporting items commonly used at outdoor gatherings in a secure and convenient manner. The cart comprises a frame having two or more tires 09-20-2012
20120235386FOLDABLE VALET CART - A foldable valet cart is described. In one example, the valet cart includes a base frame, plurality of wheels coupled to the base frame, a lower vertical support frame pivotally connected to the base frame to fold against the base frame, an upper vertical support frame pivotally connected to the lower vertical support frame opposite the base frame to fold against the lower vertical support frame, and a hangar rod pivotally connected to the upper vertical support frame opposite the lower vertical support frame to fold against the upper vertical support frame.09-20-2012
20090200773Wheeled apparatus for transporting loads - Carts, trolleys or like load-carrying apparatus, for example a wheelbarrow, are disclosed. They incorporate two wheels (08-13-2009
20120286498MULTI-FUNCTIONAL UTILITY CARTS - A utility cart that is capable of being converted into a collapsed position, a flat cart position, a dolly position, and a tilted position. The utility cart generally includes an interconnected frame that includes three sections, namely, a first section connected to a second section by a first joint, with the second section further being connected to a third section by a second joint. The utility cart also includes a fourth section (a base), which has a set of wheels affixed thereto. The utility cart further includes a support arm mechanism that attaches to the second section at a first end and to a bottom portion (of the base) of the utility cart at a second end. The second end of the support arm mechanism may be reversibly securable to a plurality of different points along the bottom portion of the utility cart.11-15-2012
20080303248PORTABLE SHOPPING CART PORT-A-CART - A portable shopping cart with foldable front legs and retractable back legs that permits the shoppers to easily unload the cart from the back of their Mini-van or SUVS and load it back to the vehicle, filled with groceries, with a minimum effort. The top part is a plastic rectangular basket or container with inside compartments that will permit the proper separation of different types of products so these will be well protected. It also includes some removable containers that fit in some of the compartments and are made of thermal materials to keep the dairy food and fresh food in good condition while is being transported. The basket is mounted on a metallic frame that holds the two sets of legs with wheels. The front of the basket is also equipped with a set of two wheels intended to hold the front of the cart and guide it inside the vehicle while the front legs are folded. The two front legs fold when the cart is pushed inside the vehicle and open when the cart is pulled out of the vehicle. The two back legs are telescopic designed to be retracted inside the basket when the cart is pushed in to the vehicle, and drop down when the cart is pulled out of the vehicle, by a spring mechanism.12-11-2008
20110285111Golf Bag Cart Foldable Device - A golf bag cart foldable device is disclosed, comprising: a bottom cart stand, having a plate joint at its top, where the plate joint is in pinned connection with a rear wheel frame at each of its two laterals, to connect to the rear wheels respectively, and is connected to a bag base at its bottom, where the bottom of the bag base is further joined to a front wheel frame, to connect to the front wheel; an upper cart stand, having a winding member at its bottom pivotally connected to the plate joint; a sliding chunk set, set up on the bottom cart stand, and available to slide along the bottom cart stand, which is made up of an active sliding chunk and a passive sliding chunk; a link set, made up of a plurality of links, connected to the upper cart stand, the bottom cart stand, the front wheel frame, the rear wheel frames and the sliding chunk set respectively, to form links between the upper cart stand with the bottom cart stand and the front wheel frame with the rear wheel frame; and a folding joint, set up on the winding member of the upper cart stand, having a buckle for the release of the folding joint first, and the upper cart stand is pulled, by means of the links between the link set with the sliding chunk set and the front wheel frame with the rear wheel frame, the simultaneous unfolding or folding of the upper cart stand, the bottom cart stand, the front wheel and the rear wheels can thus be accomplished, followed by a locking for the folding joint, to enable a mutual locking between the upper cart stand and the bottom cart stand, to facilitate the handiness in use.11-24-2011
20120007342MOBILE, COLLAPSIBLE TABLE AND STORAGE ASSEMBLY - The present invention provides a mobile, collapsible table and storage assembly comprising: (a) a storage compartment having a receptacle and a lid, (b) wheel means disposed at a first end of the storage compartment, (c) stand means connected to the first end which cooperate with the wheel means for supporting the assembly when in a generally upright position, (d) handle means connected to the storage compartment at a second end thereof, (e) a plurality of folding legs interconnecting the receptacle and the lid of the storage compartment, each leg comprising a lower limb and an upper limb interconnected by a pivot means, the lower and upper limbs of each leg being pivotally movable between a fully folded position where the lid closes the receptacle for use in storage, and a fully unfolded position where the lid is spaced apart from the receptacle for use as a table, characterized in that a floating end of a first one of the limbs at which the pivot means is located has an extension portion which is adapted to engage an adjacent floating end of a respective second one of the limbs so as to allow the lower and upper limbs to assume the fully unfolded position only when they have pivotally moved to an angle sufficiently greater than 180 degrees to prevent the so formed table collapsing by buckling of the folding legs through downward force on the pivot means.01-12-2012
20110285112FOLDING WAGON - A folding wagon has a folding frame with a stowed position and an open position. The folding frame comprises a pair of front and rear vertical support. The folding frame further comprises a pair of front supplemental links and a pair of rear supplemental links. A plurality of flatbed supports form a central flatbed support joint in the middle of the wagon. The central flatbed support joint folds upward when the folding frame is being configured into stowed position, and the plurality of flatbed supports are pivotally connected to the pair of front vertical supports and the pair of rear vertical supports. Wheels attach to the folding frame.11-24-2011
20100090443Golf Bag Cart - A golf bag cart is disclosed, comprising a bottom cart stand, having a link segment at its top, and a bag base at its bottom, where the bottom cart stand is provided with a slider thereon; an upper cart stand, in pinned connection with the link segment at its bottom; a rear wheel frame, fixed at each of both sides of the link segment, where the two rear wheel frames and the bottom cart stand together form a pyramid, and the bottom end of the rear wheel frame connects to the rear wheel; a linkage, set up between the upper cart stand and the slide; a draw pole, set up between the slide and the rear wheel frame; a front wheel, positioned under the bag base, having a folding joint, which could level the front wheel; and a lock mechanism, having a core, in pinned connection to the top of the slider, where the upper cart stand and the bottom cart stand are thus fastened to each other; the rear wheels could be spread up, subject to the linking among the linkage, the slider, the draw pole and the rear wheel frame; through the pyramid, formed by the two rear wheel frames and the bottom cart stand, the cart is able to stand up on the ground with better backing, which sufficiently holds the bag load, to keep the cart sustainable and to avoid deforming into collapse.04-15-2010
20100090444Folding wagon - A folding wagon has a folding frame with a stowed position and an open position. The folding frame comprises a pair of front and rear vertical support. The folding frame further comprises a pair of front supplemental links and a pair of rear supplemental links. A plurality of flatbed supports form a central flatbed support joint in the middle of the wagon. The central flatbed support joint folds upward when the folding frame is being configured into stowed position, and the plurality of flatbed supports are pivotally connected to the pair of front vertical supports and the pair of rear vertical supports. Wheels attach to the folding frame.04-15-2010
20090315301Scooter luggage - Globalization has created a culture of frequent air travel. This has in turn required the luggage to be optimized for effortless transport and sized to conform to storage compartments available on airplanes. The Roll On wheeled luggage that is sized to fit in the overhead bins in the plane has become popular with the short stay frequent traveler since it eliminates the time involved in checking in the luggage for storage in the plane undercarriage. The current invention, called the Scooter Luggage is for the needs of the extremely mobile and agile population. Scooter Luggage converts the conventional Roll On wheeled luggage to a three wheeled scooter. It integrates a third wheel, a platform to stand and a steering mechanism that enables the user to use the luggage to scoot from terminal to terminal. The design is foldable so that the luggage still conforms to the air plane overhead bin format. It also has a miniature fork lift feature so that the Scooter Luggage can be loaded with other items for transporting. The Scooter Luggage is configurable for airport shopping convenience. The Scooter Luggage retains the functionality of a conventional Roll On luggage12-24-2009
20110169249CLEANING CART - A cleaning cart (07-14-2011
20090295130Golf Cart Collapsible Device - A golf cart collapsible device includes a frame folding articulation, a linking mechanism, a four-bar linkages mechanism, a front wheel, two rear wheels and a locking mechanism. Thus, the front wheel and the rear wheels are folded and expanded simultaneously by driving the upper frame, so that the golf cart is folded and expanded easily, quickly and conveniently. In addition, the front wheel and the rear wheels can be folded and expanded simultaneously, so that the user needs not to hunker or bend his/her body to fold and expand the front wheel individually, thereby greatly facilitating the user folding and expanding the golf cart.12-03-2009
20120292889FOLDING CHASSIS FOR MANUALLY DRIVEN CARRIER VEHICLES CAPABLE OF TRAVERSING OBSTACLES - Disclosed is a folding chassis of manually driven carrier vehicles, for example, hand trucks, carts, and strollers, capable of moving over uneven or spongy surfaces and surmounting obstacles. The chassis includes a frame having a first plane, an arm with an axle, and a hub having a plurality of wheels. The arm is rotatably attached to the frame with the hub rotatably disposed onto the axle and each of the plurality of wheels is rotatably attached to said hub around an axis parallel to said axle. The arm is configured to pivot between at least positions of the hub been generally perpendicular to said first plane and the hub been juxtaposed to said first plane.11-22-2012
20080272578HANDCART WITH FOLDABLE HANDLE STRUCTURE - A handcart with a foldable handle structure comprises a handle structure formed of a holder segment and a frame pivotally coupled to each other. The lower ends of the frame are pivotally coupled to a block board and a pair of wheels. A pair of position-limiting sleeves wraps the tubes of the holder segment. When the handcart is in use, the position-limiting sleeves are pulled down to wrap the pivotal joints between the holder segment and the frame to confine the handle structure to a straight line. Then, the user can hold the handle and push the handcart forward. When not in use, the position-limiting sleeves are pushed up to reveal the pivotal joints between the holder segment and the frame, and the holder segment can thus be folded down. Thereby, the volume of the handcart can be reduced to facilitate storage or convenience lifting the handcart to carry about.11-06-2008
20090283990EZ BN green shopping bag with wheels - The EZ BN GREEN SHOPPING BAG WITH WHEELS, is a lightweight, easy to carry, rolling, re-usable mechanical machine. It is particularly suited for those in search of a less taxing, less strenuous way to transport groceries on foot, while simultaneously gaining good cardio exercise.11-19-2009
20120104731Light Duty Cart - The present invention relates to a cart with foldable frame members that can be used to carry items such as beach chairs, coolers, towels, blankets, and food stuffs. The cart can also double as a table. The cart includes a main-frame structure, an upper framework pivotally attached near the top of the main-frame, and a lower frame stand pivotally attached near the bottom of the main-frame. A wheel system pivotally attaches near the bottom of the main-frame and a panel attaches to the cart space defined by the members of the main-frame structure. The cart stands upright when the main-frame is in a vertical position with respect to the surface of the ground and the lower frame stand is fully extended with respect to the main-frame. The cart can as a table when the main-frame is positioned horizontally with respect to the surface of the ground and the upper framework and the lower frame stand are fully extended with respect to the main-frame. The light duty cart also includes swivel locks that pivotally connect portions of the cart. A lower swing arm safety latch system maintains the first frame stand in a fully extended position with respect to the main-frame. An off center swing hinge lock system pivotally attaches the upper framework to the main-frame. The hinge lock systems prohibits unintentional closure or collapse of the framework from its fully extended position with respect to the plane of the main-frame.05-03-2012
20120104730LIGHT DUTY CART - A cart includes foldable upper and lower frame members. In some arrangements, the cart can also double as a table. The cart includes a main-frame structure, an upper framework pivotally attached to an upper portion of the main-frame, and a lower frame stand pivotally attached to a bottom portion of the main-frame. A panel is provided in the cart space defined by the side members of the main-frame structure. The cart stands upright when the main-frame is in a vertical position with respect to the surface of the ground and the lower frame stand is extended with respect to the main-frame. The cart can function as a table when the main-frame is positioned horizontally with respect to the surface of the ground and the upper framework and the lower frame stand are extended with respect to the main-frame.05-03-2012
20120193894CART - The present invention includes a cart, for example, a shopping cart or utility cart or supermarket cart. The cart includes a basket mounted on top of a plurality of wheels; and a bridge element adapted to engage with an edge of a vehicular trunk, wherein the bridge element is movable and is connected at a point located between said basket and said wheels. The cart further includes one or more collapsible or foldable legs or beams, which connect the basket to the wheels, or to a chassis of the cart.08-02-2012
20090212535Cart transportable mobile medical critical care point of need field installation units - A cart transportable mobile medical emergency response facility includes a plurality of hand carried carts with cargo canisters with interchangeable components for establishing a decentralized mobile medical treatment facility at a disaster or other emergency area with a lack of usable hospital facilities. The rapidly deployable and accessible collection of carts and medical equipment delivers point-of-need critical care in the absence of conventional time consuming and complex assembly of medical response facilities08-27-2009
20100230934Cart - A cart includes: a chassis connected to a plurality of wheels; a basket mounted on the chassis and adapted to store one or more items therein; and a bridge element adapted to fit onto an edge of a vehicular trunk, wherein the bridge element is connected at a point located between said basket and said wheels.09-16-2010
20090166999CONVERTIBLE A-FRAME CART - A cart comprises a first pillar that is mounted on a platform and defines first and second load supporting surfaces. A second pillar is mounted on the platform defining a third and fourth load supporting surfaces. The first and third load supporting surfaces are coplanar and the second and fourth load supporting surfaces are coplanar such that the first and second pillars form an A-frame support structure. Movable platforms are connected to the pillars and are movable between a raised position and a lowered position. When the movable platforms are in the lowered position, they are coplanar and form a support surface. Hangers are pivotably attached to the first pillar and are movable between a retracted position and an extended position.07-02-2009
20090115168GOLF CART COLLAPSIBLE DEVICE - A golf cart collapsible device includes a frame including an upper frame and a lower frame, a foldable articulation mounted on a mediate portion of the lower frame for folding the lower frame, two rear wheel frames mounted between the lower frame and two rear wheels, a collapsible articulation mounted between the lower frame and a front wheel frame for folding a front wheel, and a pull bar mounted between the collapsible articulation and the two rear wheel frames. Thus, the pull bar is connected between the collapsible articulation and the two rear wheel frames, so that when the front wheel is folded, the pull bar is driven to move the two rear wheels simultaneously so as to fold the front wheel and the two rear wheels simultaneously by connection of the pull bar.05-07-2009
20110115198Shopping Cart Designed For Vehicle Trunks - A shopping cart which can be completely loaded inside a vehicle trunk and unloaded in the same way, without taking objects out of the basket at any time, is disclosed. The main purpose of this design is to facilitate the transport of groceries or other objects from a store to a vehicle and later to a final destination (e.g., pantry). The main parts of the invention comprises a basket with four or more wheels which are located on a structure with foldable legs, and a sliding support system that makes a track for the basket so it can slide completely inside vehicle trunks. This sliding system permits the cart structure and its legs to go inside a vehicle trunk, under the basket with groceries or any other objects.05-19-2011
20110241314Golf Bag Cart Foldable Device - A foldable device of golf bag cart comprises: an upper cart stand, a bottom cart stand and a linkage set. The upper cart stand, having an adapter that is provided with a slider on its top, is provided with a slider mount at each of the two distant ends above and below the slider. The bottom cart stand is in pinned connection with the adapter at its top. The linkage set, made up of a plurality of linkages, forms links between the slider and the bottom cart stand, between the adapter and the rear wheel frame and between the bottom cart stand and the front wheel frame. By means of the setup of such links, the simultaneous unfolding or folding of the upper cart stand, the bottom cart stand, the front wheel and the rear wheels can thus be accomplished, which facilitates the handiness in use.10-06-2011
20120242063Device and System for Transporting and Dispensing Cables and Wires - A device and system for transporting and dispensing cable and wire in which the device includes a system to secure cable boxes on the cart and locking casters to stabilize the device.09-27-2012
20090033067AIRPORT LUGGAGE TROLLEY WITH A BUILT-IN PERSONAL COMPUTER - The present invention is understood by one Trolley with a built-in personal computer, with monitor and folding keyboard with all the functions and mouse for internet access and other computer services while passengers wait for flights in airports lobbies and attached on the luggage Trolley (02-05-2009
20110101649CART FOR TRANSPORTING LAWN CLIPPINGS IN PAPER BAGS - A cart for transporting associated paper refuse bags may include a first frame foldably attached to a second frame with a hinge for folding the cart between a use condition and a storage condition, a first mesh fixedly attached to the first frame for supporting a first associated paper refuse bag, a second mesh fixedly attached to the second frame for supporting a second associated paper refuse bag, a first plurality of wheels operatively attached to the first frame, a second plurality of wheels operatively attached to the second frame, a handle operatively attached to the first frame for moving the cart, and a plurality of tarp attachment devices for attaching a tarp to cover the associated paper refuse bags.05-05-2011
20110068562Medication cart - A medication cart is disclosed for use in a hospital, rest home, nursing home or the like to conveniently deliver medications to patients therein. The medication cart has a plurality of drawers movably mounted in the front portion thereof and has trash receptacles positioned at one side of the cart. The cart also has a receptacle or receptacles positioned at the other side thereof. Upstanding posts are provided at the corners of the cart and have hand gripping portions at the upper ends thereof which permit the cart to be conveniently moved from one location to another. Further, the cart has an auxiliary port tray positioned thereon which may be selectively moved from a vertically disposed stored or stowed position to a horizontally disposed operative position.03-24-2011
20100264628FOLDABLE PUSHCART - A foldable pushcart includes: a pair of first vertical frame members extending vertically and parallel to each other on a back side of the pushcart; a first cross member including two bar members, which cross each other in an X shape, and which have their respective upper ends slidably supported by the pair of first vertical frame members, respectively, and have their respective lower ends pivotally coupled to the pair of first vertical frame members, respectively; a first link member having its one end pivotally coupled to one of the two bar members of the first cross member; a second link member having its one end pivotally coupled to the other bar member of the first cross member, and having the other end pivotally coupled to the other end of the first link member; a first open-state lock mechanism for fixing a crossing angle between the two bar members of the first cross member by inhibiting bending between the first link member and the second link member; and a second open-state lock mechanism for fixing a crossing angle between the first link member and one of the two bar members of the first cross member.10-21-2010
20100176577Golf Bag Cart Front Wheel Foldable Device - This invention is to provide a golf bag cart front wheel foldable device, comprising: a fixed mount, having its one end connected to the bottom tube of cart frame and the other end provided with a fitted end, where the fitted end is in pinned connection with a buckle at its one side; a movable mount, capable of being seized by the buckle and joined fixedly to the fixed mount by means of a hinge, where its one end is provided with a fitted end which is physically in harmony with the fixed mount; and a front wheel frame, having its top end connected fixedly to the movable mount, while its bottom end is joined to the front wheel; through the loosening of the buckle, the movable mount is no more seized, which enables the movable mount and the front wheel frame to rotate with respect to the hinge, and the front wheel is then leveled for folding purpose, to achieve great handiness in maneuvering.07-15-2010
20100320732Shopping Cart Designed For Vehicle Trunks - A shopping cart which can be completely loaded inside a vehicle trunk and unloaded in the same way, without taking objects out of the basket at any time, is disclosed. The main purpose of this design is to facilitate the transport of groceries or other objects from a store to a vehicle and later to a final destination (e.g., pantry). The main parts of the invention comprises a basket with four or more wheels which are located on a structure with foldable legs, and a sliding support system that makes a track for the basket so it can slide completely inside vehicle trunks. This sliding system permits the cart structure and its legs to go inside a vehicle trunk, under the basket with groceries or any other objects.12-23-2010
20110175331Three-Wheeled Collapsible Golf Cart - A three-wheeled golf cart having collapsible mechanism to fold the cart down for storage and transport where the three wheels are placed evenly around the compact volume of the collapsed unit and a button-control unit allows for the front wheel to turn 180 degrees so that the front wheel will be turned and rotated to an offset position away from the center line of the main tube frame, resulting in a small and compact size storage and transport.07-21-2011
20110304125COLLAPSIBLE SHOPPING CART FOR TRANSPORTING SHOPPING FROM SHOP TO CAR AND FROM CAR TO HOME - The invention relates to a collapsible shopping cart for transporting shopping from the shop to the car and from the car to the home, said cart being formed by a structure (12-15-2011
20120306182Front Wheel Folding Device of Golf Bag Cart - The present invention provides a front wheel folding device of a golf bag cart, comprising: an upper frame; a lower frame; a support base; a pin coupled to the upper frame and fixed to the lower frame and a wheel axle of two rear wheels; a front wheel frame, with an end axially coupled to the lower frame and another end having the rear wheels; and a link rod, pivotally coupled between the upper frame and the front wheel frame; such that the link rod is linked to fold the upper frame and the lower frame together, and fold the front wheel and the rear wheels together, so as to achieve the effect of a simpler and quicker operation.12-06-2012
20110316258GOLF CLUB CART - A foldable cart for transporting golf clubs includes a main frame, a joint unit, a handle frame, two supporting frames, a club holder, a front wheel, two rear wheels, an auxiliary frame unit and a linking rod. The joint unit has four joints, each of which includes a first, second and third lock. When the first lock is released, the handle frame may be folded towards the main frame. When the third lock is released, the front wheel and fork may be turned over. When the second lock is released, one of the joints is moved upwards and pushes the linking rod and two supporting rods to make the front wheel, front fork, two auxiliary supports and two rear wheels folded towards the main frame.12-29-2011
20110156375CART AND METHOD THEREFOR - In one aspect, the present invention is directed to a foldable and deployable cart (06-30-2011
20110049843Easy Access Collapsible Cart - A wheeled cart is easily disassembled and folded into a compact carrying case. A rectangular base receives four poles at its corners. Cross bars across the top of the poles each carry a pair of top and bottom panels which form the sides of the cart. Each of the bottom panels is preferably hinged to the bottom of its respective stationary top panel so that the bottom panel may be hinged upwardly to gain access to the bottom of the cart. A top most horizontal lid is detachably affixed to the poles at each of their top ends, said base, sides and lid defining a substantially enclosed volume for containing transported articles.03-03-2011
20120013105TROLLEY - A Folding shopping trolley [01-19-2012
20120013104MODULAR SHOPPING CART01-19-2012
20110006505Roller Apparatus For Generator, Pump and The Like - A roller apparatus for generator, pump and the like is disclosed, where the generator, pump or the like is lodged in a frame, and the roller apparatus is set up at the bottom of the frame, comprising: a plurality of rollers, for rolling along the ground; and a plurality of link units, for linking each roller to the frame, where each link unit is provided with: a brace, obliquely set up at each bottom corner of the frame with a screw hole; a wheel carrier, having its bottom portion join fixedly to the roller and its top portion fixed by a fastener with a shaft portion, for oscillating up and down, and having a screw hole at its middle; and a fixing article, joining the wheel carrier. Through joining the wheel carrier with the frame together by the fixing article, the rollers is ready to unfold for rolling on the ground, or through joining the wheel carrier with the brace together by the fixing article, the rollers is ready to fold aside from the ground, to achieve simplicity in structure and handiness in manipulation.01-13-2011
20110089671FOLDING TRANSPORT CART - The invention relates to a folding transport cart which in a parking configuration has a minimum extension and in a operative configuration has a maximum extension in a transverse direction which comprises: two side parts which extend substantially perpendicular to the transverse direction of the transport cart, and a folding base part which comprises two flat base segments which are each connected on one base side axis for articulated movement to one side part and are connected on a common base central axis for articulated movement to one another so that they can be folded inwards into the transport cart. In order to ensure an easy reliable fold up and unfolding the transport cart according to the invention is characterised by a base locking mechanism for locking the folding base part in the operative configuration and a cover part which is connected for articulated movement to one of the side parts wherein the base locking mechanism releases the folding base part when the cover part is folded inwards into the transport cart.04-21-2011
20120211970HAND TRUCK - A push handle comprises a pair of column support portions provided on left and right sides and extendable/contractible in a vertical direction, a holding rod portion integrally interposed between upper ends of the pair of column support portions and extends toward left and right outer sides of the column support portions, and column support lock locking an extended posture of the column support portion. A entire length of the column support portion when contracted is set to be shorter than one of longitudinal and lateral lengths of the loading platform surface, an entire length of the holding rod portion is set to be shorter than the other of the longitudinal and lateral lengths of the loading platform surface to allow fitting in an accommodating groove portion when the push handle is folded.08-23-2012
20110181027Single Action Collapsing/Expanding Three-Wheeled Golf Cart - A three-wheeled golf cart having collapsible mechanism to fold the cart down for storage and transport where the folding actions for the handle assembly and the lower assembly (containing front wheel) are connected, resulting in a single action collapsing when a user pushes a button release to allow the handle assembly to be detached away from the main upper assembly and a back push rod simultaneously fold up the front wheel. A swivel joint near the front wheel support arm allows the front wheel to be locked in two positions, at 90 degrees to each other, so that the collapsed golf cart has a smaller compact volume when the front wheel is turned 90 degree from its normal usage orientation.07-28-2011
20120133111INTEGRATED INFUSION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM - An integrated infusion management system provides for stable support of components attached to the system, even when the system is mobile. The system is optionally a mobility assist or walker for a patient who is attached to any number of medical components. A central trunk connects to a two-sided base that does not interfere with patient motion. The trunk may be angled with respect to vertical and oriented to support medical components in a configuration that is tip-resistant. The system is optionally deployable to facilitate conversion between a compact storage configuration and a stable deployed configuration. In an embodiment, additional deployable features include holding arms for holding various medical components, wheels, mobility arms and handles. Also provided is a novel wheel system with deployable wheels and methods associated with providing compact storage of any one or more of the systems presented herein.05-31-2012
20120261908Golf Bag Cart - The golf bag cart includes a central base, a bottom cart stand, an upper cart stand, a wheel support, a first linkage, a second linkage, and a lock mechanism. The bottom cart stand has a top end fastened to the central base, a bottom end coupled with a front wheel, and a slider. The upper cart stand has a bottom end pivotally connected with the central base. Two wheel supports, disposed respectively and inclinedly at two sides of the central base, are joined with a steel wire to form a structure similar to a triangle. The first linkage connects the upper cart stand and the slider. The second linkage connects the slider and the wheel support. The lock mechanism mounted on the top end of the slider enables the upper cart stand and the bottom cart stand to lock with each other.10-18-2012
20120299272FOLDABLE WALKER APPARATUS - A foldable walker apparatus includes a pair of spaced-apart inner frame members of two parts each hinged together, with a pair of link members diagonally extending therebetween. Each link has a bend extending upwardly and outwardly. The walker has support members that are arc-shaped with a seat extending between their apexes. A collapsible basket is provided with two end members each having a rigid peripheral portion connecting the frame members and a basket member of flexible fabric extending therebetween. A self-adjusting brake rod is provided with a gripping member spring-biased to remain free of the brake rod until the gripping member is operatively actuated to engage and thereby actuate the brake rod. A brake housing fully extends around a brake pad mechanism, including a means for connecting and adjusting the corresponding brake pad, to at least the outer periphery of one of the wheels for fully protecting the brake pad mechanism.11-29-2012
20120261907COLLAPSIBLE SHOPPING CART - A collapsible shopping cart includes a collapsible support assembly having a support frame with a vertical frame member and a horizontal frame member. The vertical support member is pivotally secured to the horizontal support member allowing the support frame to be selectively folded. A plurality of wheels are coupled to the horizontal support member. The plurality of wheels are coupled to the horizontal support member for movement between a use orientation and a storage orientation, wherein when the plurality of wheels are in the use orientation they extend from the horizontal support manner in a manner permitting engagement with a horizontal support surface such that the support assembly may roll thereupon. First and second storage receptacles shaped and dimensioned for selective attachment to the support assembly are provided.10-18-2012
20120091694HAND CART FOR VEHICLE - A hand cart for a vehicle is provided, which includes a cart which is provided in a luggage board of the vehicle and has wheels mounted on a bottom surface of the cart, and a handle rotatably mounted on one side of the cart. The cart, which is in the form of a movable tray, is provided in a trunk of the vehicle to improve the productivity.04-19-2012
20130015639MULTI-FUNCTION CART - The present invention is directed to a multi-function cart for storing and transporting emergency or other supplies. The multi-function cart comprises two shells that can be secured together to form a transportable storage container. When separated, each shell is convertible into various configurations that can be used to sustain life during and after a disaster as well as to clean-up and rebuild after a disaster has occurred. The multi-function cart can also be used recreationally. In this manner, the multi-function cart enables victims to quickly care for themselves, and encourages victims to immediately begin the clean-up and rebuilding process. Each shell is convertible into different configurations using various tubes. Hub brackets on opposing sides of the shell include adapters to which any of the tubes can be connected. The tubes can be connected to the adapters in an upward or a downward orientation to form different configurations.01-17-2013
20080217886Pull Cart - A pull cart comprising a frame (H, 09-11-2008
20130093165Folding Joint of Golf Bag Cart - A folding joint of a golf bag cart comprises: a main body, fixed onto a cart frame, and having a chamber formed inside the main body and a long slot formed on both sides of the chamber separately; a driving block, installed in the chamber of the main body, and having a spring installed at an upper end of the driving block, and a latch rod disposed on both sides of the driving block separately; and two rotating members, each having an upper end coupled to the cart frame, a lower end coupled to the main body, and a slide slot with a latch slot formed on the slide slot, so that the folding joint can be folded or unfolded to secure the cart frame automatically, so as to provide a simple and convenient operation.04-18-2013
20130093166GOLF BAG CART - A golf bag cart includes a body for engaging a golf bag. The body has a first longitudinal end and an opposite second longitudinal end. A first pair of wheels is rotatable about a first axis of rotation at or adjacent the second longitudinal end, a second pair of wheels rotatable about a second axis of rotation which is pivotable relative to the body between a folded position and an outstretched position. When the second axis of rotation is in the outstretched position, the first and second wheel pairs support the body in a slanted orientation. When the second axis of rotation is in the folded position, the first and second wheel pairs support the body in a generally horizontal orientation. When the second axis of rotation moves from the outstretched position to the folded position, the second axis of rotation moves away from the first axis of rotation.04-18-2013
20100276910Multiple link, self-jacking work cart wa002 - A multiple link, self-jacking mobile work cart includes the main body defining upper and lower portions supported by the plurality of rotating wheels. A multiple link, self-jacking mechanism is provided in connection with two laterally deployable work tables which can serve as infeed/outfeed tables for a power tool or the like supported by the main body of the cart. The multiple link mechanism includes an actuator arm, a linkage arm, a control arm and moveable support legs all pivotally connected to one another such that when the work tables are deployed, substantial weight placed on the tables is transferred to the support legs, rather than the wheels which support the main body.11-04-2010
20080203704FOLDABLE STAND FOR SUPPORTING A POWER TOOL - A foldable stand for holding a power tool is provided. The stand includes a platform and a first leg rotatably mounted to the platform. A bracket is mounted to the platform and includes a first hook engageable with a first portion of the first leg to maintain the first leg in a first position, and a second hook engageable with a second portion of the first leg to maintain the first leg in a different second position.08-28-2008
20110241315Golf Bag Cart Foldable Device - A golf bag cart foldable device is disclosed, comprising: a bottom cart stand, having a rear wheel frame at each side to link a rear wheel, and having a bag base to link a front wheel; an upper cart stand, in pinned connection with the bottom cart stand; a linkage set, comprising plural linkages, forming links between the upper cart stand and the bottom cart stand and between the upper cart stand and the rear wheel frame; and a folding joint, enabling a release of the folding joint first. By means of the link between the linkage set and the rear wheel frame, a simultaneous unfolding or folding of the upper cart stand, the bottom cart stand and the rear wheels can thus be accomplished. The folding joint is secured to have the upper cart stand and the bottom cart stand locked to each other, to achieve handiness in use.10-06-2011
20120274052Foldable shopping cart - A foldable shopping cart includes a U-shaped handle having a hand gripping portion and two side portions extended from said hand gripping portion, a foldable frame movably connected to the U-shaped handle, a base frame supporting the foldable frame, and a plurality of wheels provided at the base frame for rolling on a surface. In an unfolded condition, the foldable frame constructs a basket defining a receiving cavity therein for carrying items, and in a folded condition, the foldable frame is overlappedly folded to align with the U-shaped handle so that the shopping cart is easy for storage and usage.11-01-2012
20120086189COLLAPSIBLE STRUCTURE FOR GOLF BAG CART - A collapsible structure for golf bag cart, which comprises a coupling seat for connecting with a golf bag cart; a turning seat pivoted on one flank of the coupling seat; a wheel pivotally mounted on bottom end of the turning seat; a fixer provided on bottom end of the other flank of the coupling seat. The middle segment of the fixer is pivoted on the coupling seat and having an elastic element put thereon and the top end thereof being rested on the coupling seat so that the fixer after turning can recover to its original position. Several positioning portion and a positioning block are respectively provided on the coupling seat and the fixer, whereby the turning seat can be positioned and stops its turning. The turning seat can be rotated to dispose the wheel on its top end so that handy transportation of golf bag cart can be achieved.04-12-2012

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