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Top 5: Money/Currency Patents

For this week’s Top 5, we’re taking a look at patents that deal with cash. 1) Copperplate Engraving Machine for Printing Paper Currency This machine system features an etched plate, an inking roller and system and a wiping device to ensure the perfectly printed banknotes. 2) Self-service Currency Exchange Machine  Want to turn your jars Read more…

Top 5: Newspaper-Related Patents

Before the internet and television, the world got its news through newspapers. This week we’re taking a look at related patents. 1) Non-rub Off Printing Inks Anyone that has read, or even held, a newspaper usually ends up with ink on their fingers. This patent covers the formula of the ink which prevents a complete Read more…

Top 5: Ice Skating Patents

It’s that time of the year, when winter sports reign supreme. Take to the ice with these related patents. 1) Protective Ice Skating Outfit Besides being flashy, this ice skating outfit can be functional too! It features compressible padding inserts that will absorb the shock of a fall, minimizing a skater’s injuries. 2) Ice-skating Exercise Read more…

Top 5: Christmas Patents 2016

Christmas is right around the corner, so we’ve gathered up related patents. Happy Holidays! 1) Multi-branched Christmas Lights The more Christmas lights, the better! These clustered strands of light also flash. 2) Combined Christmas Tree Holder and Stable for a Nativity Scene  Set up your Nativity right under the tree with this patented tree holder Read more…

Top 5: Patented Doctor’s Tools

With US healthcare on the brain, we’ve decided to round up 5 tools of the trade in the vast medical field. 1) Wireless Electronic Stethoscope This wireless stethoscope is a less bulky upgrade of the original tool. It no longer features a resonator connected to ear tubes, but rather a pen-shaped body to detect heartbeats Read more…

Top 5: Radio Patents

This week, we’re taking a look at when radio ruled communication! Check out our list of patents below, all from the 1960s. 1) Tunable Radio Antenna This patent shows antennas curved into a short, pinwheel-like shape to best pick up radio signals. 2) Card Control of Radio Telephone  When radio-telephones in cars were a thing, Read more…

Top 5: Deep Sea Patents

According to the National Ocean Service, less than 5% of the ocean has been explored. This week’s Top 5 looks at some deep sea exploratory patents, and related patents: 1) Deep Sea Dive Suit and Life Support System Besides being able to breathe underwater, this patented suit helps to transmit heat throughout the body. It’s Read more…

Top 5: Thanksgiving Food Patents

Thanksgiving may be over, but we can still dream about all the delicious food we consumed! This week’s list picks out food-related patents. 1) Meat and Poultry Roaster Place your food on the center column of this roaster and pop it in the oven for an even roast all around. The dish-like bottom catches any Read more…

Top 5: Spa-Related Patents

Treat yourself to a spa day–at home or in a facility–with these pampering patents! 1) Cosmetic Face Mask Sheet masks are experiencing a surge in popularity these last two years, with brands like Tony Moly being a popular import. This patented mask is from the ’60s and aims to reduce puffiness in the face. 2) Basin Read more…

Top 5: Archery Patents

This week’s Top 5 takes a look at patents involved in archery, a centuries-old hunting and combat tool, adapted for competitive sport. 1) Archery Bow with Rotatable Handgrip This bow-with-handgrip patent was designed with competitive archer’s in mind. The rotatable handgrip helps to isolate movement of the archer’s hand from affecting the bow, so it Read more…


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