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Ergonomic handheld hairbrush for arthritis sufferers

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000004494D
Publication Date: 2000-Dec-05
Document File: 1 page(s) / 150K

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Abstract

This article of manufacture is directed to hairbrushes, more specifically to arthritis sufferers that cannot use a normal style hairbrush. Additionally, an ergonomically designed hairbrush prevents wrist injury to the user.

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Ergonomic handheld hairbrush for arthritis sufferers

This article of manufacture is directed to hairbrushes, more specifically to arthritis sufferers that cannot use a normal style hairbrush. Additionally, an ergonomically designed hairbrush prevents wrist injury to the user.

The ergonomic handheld hairbrush is designed to allow a user to use the whole hand to perform hair brushing, thereby preventing wrist injury.

Figure 1 Ergonomic handheld hairbrush

Figure 1 shows an ergonomic handheld hairbrush 100 and includes a brush block 110, a wrist strap 120, and bristles 130. Brush block 110 is a plastic-type material manufactured in a fashion as to form ergonomic design shown in Figure 1. Further, bristles 130 are applied during manufacturing process to bottom portion of brush block 110. Wrist strap 120 is a rubber-type material manufactured to provide comfort for the user. Additionally, wrist strap 120 is molded into brush block 110 during the manufacturing process to provide a secure quality.