Posts Tagged: christmas patents


In years past we have taken time to profile Christmas tree patents, and we return to that theme once again this year. While we get live Christmas trees for outside and then plant them in the spring, for a …

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Of course, it wouldn't be a traditional Christmas at IPWatchdog unless we spent some time profiling some cool innovations that relate to the holiday season. So today, with Christmas firmly in mind, we want to take a look at …

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Frequent readers of IPWatchdog know that we look for any excuse to talk about patents and holidays provide an opportunity to discus thematically relevant patents for interesting innovations. This year we are focusing on Christmas lights. Some of these …

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My review of the state-of-the-art sleigh technologies shows that during the early 1880s more comfortable sleigh rides were on the minds of many an inventor, and by the mid to late 1890s improvements evolved to include additional features, such …

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This year I asked Glen Kotapish of Planet Patent if he could provide me some examples of interesting or bizarre US patents that somehow relate to "Christmas trees." I figured that Glen, the owner of a patent search firm, …

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The patent attorneys at Zies, Widerman & Malek would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Enjoy our rendition of Feliz …

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It is hard to believe that this year is almost over, and it is Christmas 2009!  It seems the older I get the faster the years pass, just like my parents always warned me would be the case some day.  …

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There were 21 US patents issued with the word “Christmas” in the title during 2008, with 7 being utility patents and 14 being design patents.  Without further ado, here are some of the better Christmas patents for 2008, and a few that just kinda …

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Santa Claus Detector US Patent No. 5,523,741 Issued June 4, 1996 Tis the season to be jolly, so why not search for some patents with the word “Santa” in the title?  This Santa patent is one of my altime favorites, and one …

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