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May 3, 1938.
J. GOODMAN‘
2,116,112
HAIR CURLER
Filed Aug. 3, 1935
INVENTOR
J4co5 GOODMAN.
BY
ATTORNEY
Patented May 3, 1938
ZJEGJEZ
UNITED STATES PATEMT 0FF1€E
2,116,112
HAIR CURLER
Jacob Goodman, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to
Delamere Company, Inc., a corporation of
Delaware
Application August 3, 1935, Serial3 No. 34,522
3 ‘ Claims.
This invention relates to hair curlers and more
particularly to improvements in that type of
curler which is intended to be retained in the
hair until the curl has been formed.
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An object of my invention is to provide a hair
curler of generally soft pliable construction so
that it may be comfortably worn in the hair even
during sleep or while resting the head on a
pillow.
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A further object is to provide a device of this
type with means for gripping the ends of the hair
prior to rolling the hair into a curl.
Another object is to provide a curler which is
simple and inexpensive to manufacture, and easy
to manipulate.
With these and other objects in view, the in
vention consists in the novel features of con
struction and arrangement of parts hereinafter
described and illustrated in the accompanying
drawing, in which:
Figure 1 is a side view of my improved hair
curler partly broken away, and showing the hair
ends clamped in full lines in one position, and in
dot-and-dash lines in another;
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Fig. 2_is a top plan view thereof showing ends
of hair gripped in the clamp prior to rolling the
(Cl. 132-41)
In the form of the invention shown in Figs. 1,
2 and 4, the clamp has ears l6 which extend on
opposite sides of the tube at one end and are per
forated for reception of the pin IT to provide a
pivotal connection of the clamp to the tube.
In the form of device shown in Fig. 5, the ears
of the clamp are formed with integral inwardly
extending lugs l8 which are, in this instance,
used to provide the pivotal connection instead
of the pin l1,
Fig. 6 illustrates a further modi?cation of the 10
device wherein a spring clamp I9 is employed
instead of the pivoted clamp l4 previously de
scribed. The spring clamp consists of a piece of
metal bent in substantially U-shape, having one 15
leg 2|] of the U inserted in the tube H}, and hav
ing the other leg 21 lying lengthwise over the
tube. The leg 20 may be secured to the tube
by means of the staple fastening 22 as shown,
or in any other suitable manner. In this form of
the device the ends of the hair are clamped be
tween the tube and the leg 2| of the spring clamp
prior to rolling the hair into a curl.
What I claim is:
1. A hair curler comprising a soft rubber tube
having a laterally compressible wall and a hollow
hair into a curl;
Fig. 3 is a view of the device showing the hair
bore, a clamp extending lengthwise of the tube,
rolled thereon;
tube and having a tip at its free end which is
insertable in the opposite end of the tube when
the cord is stretched lengthwise over the tube.
2. A hair curler comprising a soft rubber tube
having a laterally compressible wall and a hollow
bore, a clamp pivotally mounted on the tube and
extending lengthwise thereof, and an elastic cord 35
fastened at one end of the tube and having a tip
at its free end which is insertable in the opposite
end of the tube when the cord is stretched
lengthwise over the tube.
3. A hair curler ‘comprising a soft rubber tube
having a laterally compressible wall and a hollow
Fig. 4 is an enlarged sectional view showing the
pivoted connection of the clamp to the tube;
Fig. 5 is a similar view showing a modi?cation
of the pivotal connection; and
Fig. 6 is a sectional view of a modi?ed form of
35 the device.
Referring now to the drawing, | 0 indicates a
soft pliable tube, preferably made of rubber,
around which the hair to be formed into a curl
may be wound. An elastic cord ll extends out
wardly from one end of the tube and has a tip
l2 at its free end. The other end of the cord
l l is secured to the tube in any suitable manner,
as, for instance, by means of the staple l3.
Extending lengthwise over the tube I0 is a
' clamp M. This clamp grips the ends of the hair
l5 onto the tube prior to rolling the hair into a
curl. After the hair has been rolled, the elastic
cord H is stretched over the roll and the tip I2
is inserted in the open end of the tube so as t
50 retain the device in the hair.
and an elastic cord fastened at one end of the
bore, a spring clamp extending lengthwise of the
tube, and an elastic cord fastened at one end of
the tube and having a tip at its free end which
is insertable in the opposite end of the tube
when the cord is stretched lengthwise over the
tube.
JACOB GOODMAN.
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