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In equip | Date: 2017-07-12

A rucksack (100) comprising a main body (120) and a hipbelt (140). The hipbelt (140) is attached to the main body (120) and comprises a first connector (152). The first connector (152) is configured to interact with a second connector such that the hipbelt (140) fits around the waist of a user. The first connector (152) is further configured to interact with a first complementary connector (162) on the main body (120) in order to hold the hipbelt (140) in a stowed position.


Patent
In equip | Date: 2014-01-29

A waterproof assembly that includes a neck that has a main body and an end that has an engagement member. A protective cover of the assembly includes a hollow body with opposite open ends and forms a receiving cavity. Each open end has at least one waterproof gasket. One of the open ends extends around and is sealably coupled to the main body of the neck.


Patent
In equip | Date: 2016-04-06

A harness for a rucksack, the harness configured to be at least in part in contact with users back in use, the harness comprising a back portion, and at least one strap extending from the back portion, wherein the harness is of knitted construction.


Patent
In equip | Date: 2016-04-01

Disclosed are discrete PEGylated dyes, that is, dyes, generally ones that are fluorescent, but could also include chemiluminescent or electrochemiluminescent and related dye or dye precursors, that have discrete PEG constructs chemically attached in various configurations on the dye, and in the entire range of constructs, discrete PEG compounds (polyethylene glycol oligomers that are made synthetically according to methods disclosed in U.S. Pat. No. 7,888,536 and US Pub. No. 2013/0052130). The dyes are modified in a range of ways to control or optimize the properties of water solubility, non-specific binding (in vitro), biodistribution (in vivo), cell internalization (non-cell or cell based assays in vitro, and in vivo diagnostics and therapy), as well as aggregation. The modified dyes do not contain sulfonate groups and, thus, are asulfonate modified dyes.


Patent
In equip | Date: 2014-08-11

Described herein are haircutting patterns for use when cutting hairs, and methods for use therewith. In an embodiment, a haircutting pattern includes a spine and a plurality of threads extending from the spine. The spine is configured to be affixed to hairs and/or a scalp. The threads are configured to be visibly distinguishable among hairs. In certain embodiments, free ends of the threads define a perimeter shape of a haircut and thereby provide a guide for cutting hairs. In certain embodiments, different portions of the threads are different colors, and different perimeter shapes are defined by where different colors end. In certain embodiments, different colored lines on the threads define different perimeter shapes for a haircut.


Patent
In equip | Date: 2014-09-10

Disclosed are discrete PEGylated dyes, that is, dyes, generally ones that are fluorescent, but could also include chemi-luminescent or electrochemiluminescent and related dye or dye precursors, that have discrete PEG constructs chemically attached in various configurations on the dye, and in the entire range of constructs, discrete PEG compounds (polyethylene glycol oligomers that are made synthetically according to methods disclosed in U.S. Pat. No. 7,888,536 and US Pub. No. 2013/0052130). The dyes are modified in a range of ways to control or optimize the properties of water solubility, non-specific binding (in vitro), biodistribution (in vivo), cell internalization (non-cell or cell based assays in vitro, and in vivo diagnostics and therapy), as well as aggregation.


Patent
In equip | Date: 2014-08-15

Disclosed are linear discrete PEG constructs, which can be created and produced in a precise and reproducible way. Key to being able to do these things, where x in the discrete PEG_(x )can vary from about 2 to about 64, is that the processes used to make each linear portion is controlled to give essentially one oligomer/one compound. Having a variable length linear discrete PEG construct that is (a) primarily an linear discrete PEG construct with diagnostic or therapeutic groups attached along a chain of attachment cores, which is attached to a preferential locator; (b) is an m-discrete PEG as the terminal construct on the linear portion, and hidden; (c or linear discrete PEG with a terminus group that can be either negatively or positively charged, or neutral; and any of the discrete PEG portions can be designed to be cleaved after entering the cell.


Patent
In equip | Date: 2013-05-21

A cable stripper having a stripper body having at least one hole and opposite first and second ends, a cable stripper guide having a connection part and a guiding part, the connection part engaging the first end of the cable stripper body, at least one marble located within the at least one hole in the cable stripper body, and at least one spring having first and second ends and being located within the at least one hole in the cable stripper body and engaging the at least one marble.


Patent
In equip | Date: 2013-05-21

An integrated rotary cable stripper that includes a substantially cylindrical body having an inner wall and two opposing ends, a cable jacket stripper received within in the inner wall of the body, an outer conductor stripper received within the inner wall of the body, an inner conductor cutter received within the inner wall of the body, and an inner conductor chamfer turning cutter received within the inner wall of the body, wherein the cable jacket stripper, outer conductor stripper, inner conductor cutter, and inner conductor chamfer turning cutter integrate the functions to strip a cable.


Patent
In equip | Date: 2013-05-21

A cable stripper handle assembly including a handle, a handle sleeve coupled to the handle and having a first portion and a second portion, a handle sleeve connector surrounding the second portion of the handle sleeve, the handle sleeve connector having first and second holes, the second hole having two opposing ends and intersecting the first hole, a unidirectional bearing received in the first portion of the handle sleeve, at least one marble positioned inside the second hole adjacent to at least one of the opposing ends thereof, and at least one spring positioned inside the second hole and contacting the at least one marble.

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