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BELT WORN PAGER COVER

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000007404D
Original Publication Date: 1995-Mar-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-Mar-22
Document File: 1 page(s) / 47K

Publishing Venue

Motorola

Related People

Mark Palm: AUTHOR [+2]

Abstract

The present Snap-Ease product is a hard plastic a cutout to the back ofthe Snap-Eaze product in the protective pager cover that snaps over a pager. The shape ofa belt clip with a small turned up lip at the pager with the protective cover must then be placed bottom of the opening. This would combine a pro- into a holster to be belt worn. This increases the tective snap on cover (Snap-Eaze) with an integral overall size ofthe product and hinders the easy tran- belt clip. This in turn will decrease the belt worn sition from belt to pocket due to extra accessories. size of the protected pager and increase the ease of use of the product. Also note the clothing catching The proposed solution to this dilemma is to add features which help to keep the pager secure.

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MOIOROLA Technical Developments Volume 24 March 1995

BELT WORN PAGER COVER

by Mark Palm and Randy Pennington

  The present Snap-Ease product is a hard plastic a cutout to the back ofthe Snap-Eaze product in the protective pager cover that snaps over a pager. The shape ofa belt clip with a small turned up lip at the pager with the protective cover must then be placed bottom of the opening. This would combine a pro- into a holster to be belt worn. This increases the tective snap on cover (Snap-Eaze) with an integral overall size ofthe product and hinders the easy tran- belt clip. This in turn will decrease the belt worn sition from belt to pocket due to extra accessories. size of the protected pager and increase the ease of use of the product. Also note the clothing catching The proposed solution to this dilemma is to add features which help to keep the pager secure.

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