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Oct. 13, 1959
v, BARTON
2,908,020
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COMBINATION DIAPER BAG AND BABY BED
Filed April 24, 1956
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the bottom wall 10 and the side walls 16 and 18 may be‘
folded outwardly on the dot-dash lines ‘20 and 22, to take
the position shown in Fig. 3 with the end walls 12 and '14
folded down parallel with the bottom wall 10., The'di
COMBINATION DIAPER BAG AND BABY BED
agonally shaped portions 16a and 18a may thenvbe folded
over as shown in Fig. 2, with the portion 18a overlapping
the portion 16a. The handles 24 may then be grasped
and lifted, and the diaper bag will be in the condition
shown in Fig. 1, for carrying the diapers and other arti
Virginia Barton, Chicago, Ill.
Application April 24, 1956, Serial No. 580,288
1 Claim. (Cl. 5-99)
10 cles about. The bottom wall 10 may have an extra pocket
10a on the side which may be utilized for soiled ‘diapers
if desired.
The handles 24 may be of a comparatively rigid ma
terial such as a solid plastic, and may be mounted in
My invention relates to improvements in articles for
the care of infants.
My invention relates more particularly to a practical
and useful article in the nature of a diaperbag which can 15 suitable plastic brackets 26 which are fastened to the
lower end of the side walls 12 and 14.
also be used when desired as an infant’s bed.
As previously stated, each of the walls of the con
tainer is double and preferably formed with a plurality
of tubular sections 28, the article being provided with an
The infant is usually laid on a bed in the home that is 20 air valve 30 of any suitable construction so that either by
the use of a loaded cartridge, a pump, or simply by blow
being visited, and may sometimes soil the bed, or in kick
ing into the valve, the tubular sections 28, which all com
ing and moving may fall off the bed and sustain injuries.
municate with each other, may be blown up‘ so that a
The principal object of the present invention is to
rigid, open-ended box-like container is created.
provide a utility article which may be used as a diaper
bag for carrying both clean and soiled diapers, formula, 25 In this condition the container will be comparatively
rigid, the side and bottom walls being preferably formed
etc., and which may be set up and used for the infant’s
bed when desired.
of parallel tubes that extend the length of the same, and
the end walls 12 and 14 being preferably made with
A further object of the invention is to provide an
elongated tubes that extend vertically of the unit. The
article of the type described that is made of ?exible plas
30 handles or feet 24 may be ?xedly mounted as shown, with
tic so that it can be washed when soiled.
pin portions 25 that are square and positioned in square
A further object is to make the article with spaced
openings in the brackets 26, so that the handles will be
double walls so arranged that in order to effect the rigidity
held against movement in either the up or down position.
necessary to ruse the same as a bed, the walls may be ?lled
From the above and foregoing description it will be
with air, and the carrying handles may be turned down to
35 apparent to those skilled in the art that I have provided
form rigid supporting feet for the bed.
a highly practical and desirable accessory for use in con
Another object of the invention is to provide an article
of the type described that is comparatively simple in con
nection with the care of infants, and one which is con
venient for use when it is necessary to travel with an
struction, which can be easily and cheaply made so that it
infant. The comparative cost of the combined diaper
will sell at a nominal cost, and one {which will withstand
long and hard useage without becoming torn, broken, or 40 bag and bed with separate articles of the same kind is such
out of order.
that it is highly desirable to secure and use the combina~
tion article.
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Other objects and advantages will become more ap
I contemplate that changes may be made in the exact:
parent from the following description wherein reference
is had to the accompanying drawings, upon which:
details shown and I do not wish to be limited in any’
Fig. 1 is a front perspective view showing the article 45 particular; rather what I ‘desire to secure and protect by
being used as a diaper carrying bag;
Letters Patent of the United States is:
An open-ended rectangularly shaped container formed
Fig. 1-A is a side elevational view thereof;
Fig. 2 is a generally diagrammatic view showing the
of ?exible plastic material, said container having a ?at
When an infant is taken along to go visiting, the mother
usually carries with her a supply of diapers, formula
bottles, etc. for the care of the infant during the visit.
diaper bag partially unfolded and laid ?at;
Fig. 3 is a similar diagrammatic view showing the sec
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ond step in the [unfolding of the bag;
Fig. 4 is a diagrammatic front perspective view show
ing the bag unfolded to form an open-ended container;
Fig. 5 is a front perspective view showing the side walls 55
blown up and the handles turned down to form support
ing feet when the bag is being used as a bed;
Fig. 6 is a fragmentary sectional view showing the
rectangularly shaped bottom wall, rectangularly shaped
parallel side walls and rectangularly shaped end walls,
all of the walls of said container having parallel tubular
sections therein which may be in?ated to make the walls
rigid, the tubular sections in the side walls being hori
zontal and in the end walls being vertical, two pair of
spaced brackets rigidly connected to the end walls near
the lower end of each end wall, a U-shaped handle rigidly
fastened in each pair of spaced brackets to support the
open-ended container when the walls are in?ated, the
manner in which the handles or feet are connected,_the
view being taken generally on the line 6-6 of Fig. 5; and 60 container also being adapted for use as a diaper bag when
Fig. 6-A is a similar sectional view taken on the line
the tubular sections of all of the Walls of said container
6-A-6-A of Fig. 5.
are de?ated and the side and end walls are folded down
In the embodiment of the invention which I have chosen
toward each other and laid on its bottom wall with the
to illustrate and describe, and referring generally to Figs.
edges of the open end in parallel alignment transversely
2 to 4, the article may be constructed of a ?exible plastic
between the ends of said bottom wall, diapers adapted
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material such as Koroseal or other similar synthetic ma
to be placed therein, the folded portions of each side wall
terial that is impervious to the passage of air or other
of the container forming triangular portions and then
fluids. The article may be provided with a bottom wall
being folded down over the end walls, all the container
walls including these triangular portions then being folded
10, rectangular end walls 12 and 14, and side walls 16 and
90° toward each other as the handles are raised for carry-t
18, as shown in Fig. 4.
70 ing the same as a bag with the diapers therein.
In its use as a diaper bag, the diapers and other arti
cles necessary for the infant’s comfort may be placed on
(References on following page)
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