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THE PAGER PROTECTOR

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000008041D
Original Publication Date: 1997-Mar-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-May-14
Document File: 3 page(s) / 120K

Publishing Venue

Motorola

Related People

Ramon Santo-Tomas: AUTHOR

Abstract

The Pager Protector was designed to be used in an indoor and outdoor type of environment. Its main purpose is to provide the pager with protection against loss or damage (i.e. scratches to body/lens, etc.) and at the same time provide an attractive, stylish and rugged look for the pager. It is designed to tit to the shape of the pager giving it a more attractive and stylish look. Furthermore, its easy to use and durable. It allows the user to have full access to all pager functions, and display readability at all times while it is on the pager providing pro- The basic design of the Pager Protector can be applied to many different types of Motorola pager products. A detailed description of the pager protec- tor was done with application for the Renegade numeric pager.

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THE PAGER PROTECTOR

by Ramon Santo-Tomas

ABSTRACT

  The Pager Protector was designed to be used in an indoor and outdoor type of environment. Its main purpose is to provide the pager with protection against loss or damage (i.e. scratches to body/lens, etc.) and at the same time provide an attractive, stylish and rugged look for the pager. It is designed to tit to the shape of the pager giving it a more attractive and stylish look. Furthermore, its easy to use and durable. It allows the user to have full access to all pager functions, and display readability at all times while it is on the pager providing pro-

  The basic design of the Pager Protector can be applied to many different types of Motorola pager products. A detailed description of the pager protec- tor was done with application for the Renegade numeric pager.

DESCRIPTION

  The Pager Protector consists mainly of an outer sheath which covers the pagers' body (hugging to the form of the pager), a clear lens protector, a vel- cro pad, and a pair of velcro adhesive straps and strips located on the back area of the Pager Protector. An illustration of the Pager Protector is depicted in Figures 1,2 and 3.

PROTECTOR

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SIDE STRIP

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Fig. 1 Front View

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Fig. 2 Back View (Straps Open)

Fig. 3 Back View (Straps Closed)

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MOTOROLA Technical Developments

Each part of The Pager Protector labeled in Figures 1 through 3 is described as follows:

Clear lens protector

  This is mainly used to protect the pager lens area from damage (i.e. scratches). It consists of a clear type of durable material that provides lens protection and gives the user good visibility when reading the pager display.

Pager Protector Body

  The main body of The Pager Protector is pri- marily made up of a smooth thin type of durable material (i.e. leather) which acts like a sheath cover- ing most of the pagers body (huggi...