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Aug. 27, 1946.
D. A. DAY
~ 2,406,490
HAIR CURYLING COMB
Filed Dec. 7, 1944
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Patented Aug. 27, 1946
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
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HAIR CURLING COMB
Daniel A. Day, Columbus, Ohio
Application December 7, 1944, Serial No. 566,999
3 Claims. (Cl. 132-14)
1
This invention relates to improvements in hair
combs and the object thereof is to provide a hair
comb which will impart waves or curls to the hair
strands with which it is brought into engage
ment.
It is another object of the invention to provide
a hair comb of this character which is formed
to provide a main body member having an elon
2
ber may be effected by the provision of light coil
springs or the like 6, .these springs having their
upper ends joined with the body member I, as
at l, and their lower ends united as at 8 with
opposite end portions of the movable member 3.
The movable comb member is provided with a
laterally directed pin 9 having a headed outer
end 10, the shank of the pin being disposed in a
gated internal chamber, there being a movable
comb member resiliently positioned in said cham
ber and which, through manual control, is adapt
slot H provided in one of the outer walls of the
ing drawing, wherein:
suitably insulated electrically energized heating
Fig. 1 is a view mainly in vertical section of the
improved hair-curling comb comprising the pres- ‘
element or coil I3, the latter being joined by
body member I. Toward its lower end, the slot
II is arcuately shaped, as indicated at i2, so
ed to be lowered so that the teeth thereof may
that when the head It] is pressed by the thumb
be brought into registration with the teeth of
of the comb user, the movable element will be
the body member of the comb by both downward
forced downwardly against the tension of the
and lateral movement, whereby to impart ten 15 spring 6. When the shank of the pin 9 enters
sioning forces to the hair strands drawn between
the arcuate portion [2 of the slot II, the mov
the teeth of the two comb members to curl or wave
able element of the comb will be moved both
such hair strands.
downwardly and laterally, in order that as the
It is a further object of the invention to pro
teeth of the comb members are passed through
vide a comb having the structural characteris 20 the hair, the strands of the latter will be gripped
tics above de?ned and wherein the movable ele
by the teeth, placing the hair strands under ten
ment or member may be electrically heated to
sion and imparting forces thereto by which the
improve the e?iciency of the comb as a whole in
hair is curled or a wavy set imparted thereto.
the waving or curling of the hair.
While not altogether necessary, the efficiency
For an understanding of further objects and 25 of the comb in curling hair is improved through
advantages of the invention, reference is to be
the use of heat. Thus, the movable member 3
had to the following description and accompany
of the comb may be provided internally with a
ent invention;
conductors M with a socket l5 secured in one end
of the body member I of the comb, the socket be
Fig. 2 is a front elevational view thereof;
ing adapted for the reception of a removable
Fig. 3 is a vertical transverse sectional view
plug l6 carrying conductors leading to a source
taken on the plane disclosed by the line 3--3
of electric current supply.
of Figure 1;
It will thus be seen that the present inven
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Fig. 4 is an end elevational view of the comb.
tion provides a novel and ef?cient hand operated
Referring more particularly to the drawing,
comb for quickly, conveniently and effectively
my improved hair-curling comb comprises a main
curling or waving normally straight strands of
body member 1, which may be formed from
human hair. The comb is merely drawn through
molded rubber or one or more of that class of
the hair in the same manner as an ordinary comb,
materials known as plastics, although lightweight
except that the operator employs thumb or
?nger pressure on the headed end of the pin 9
to hold the movable member of the comb in its
metal, such as aluminum, may be used advan
tageously. The member I, which is the sta
tionary element of my improved comb, is formed
with an internal chamber 2 in which is posi
tioned a movable comb member or element 3.
lowered or projected position, as indicated by
broken lines in Fig. l. The device is, of course,
adapted for home use by relatively inexperienced
operators and does not require professional ma
Along its lower portion, the body member I is
nipulation. .
formed with conventional comb teeth 4, and like
wise, the movable member is provided with simi
, Changes may be made in the construction of
larly disposed teeth 5. The depth of the cham 50 the comb without departing from the spirit and
ber 2 is such that unless manually depressed, the
scope of the following claims.
movable comb member will occupy the chamber
I claim:
2, with the teeth 5 thereof disposed substantially
1. A hair-curling comb comprising a body
above the teeth 4 of the member I, as shown in
member formed with teeth along one of its lon
Fig. 1. The elevation of the movable comb mem 55 gitudinal edges and provided above the teeth with
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an internal chamber, a movable comb element
for coacting with those of the body member,
positioned in said chamber and formed with
teeth adapted for registration with those of the
body member, spring means normally maintain
ing the movable element within the con?nes of
said body member chamber and spaced from the
teeth of said body member, and a headed man
ually movable stud projecting outwardly from
said movable element, the shank of said stud be
spring means acting to maintain the movable ele
ment in an inactive position within the con?nes
ing received within a slot formed in one of the
of said chamber, manually operated means ac—
cessible from the exterior of said body member
for moving said element against the resistance
of said spring means from its normal position
within said chamber to an active position in which
the teeth of the comb element are registered with
those of the body member, and guide means coop
erative with said body member and comb element
for imparting lateral movement to said comb ele
ment as the latter reaches substantially the end
of its movement toward its active position, where
by to cause the adjacent edges of said teeth to
frictionally grip hair strands drawn therebe
her.
2. A hair-curling comb comprising a body
tween.
3. A hair curling comb as de?ned in claim 2
member formed with teeth at the lower longi
and further characterized by the provision of
tudinal edge thereof and an internal open-bot
tomed chamber above said teeth, a movable comb 20 electrically energized means for heating the mov
able comb element.
element normally positioned Within the con?nes
DANIEL A. DAY.
of said chamber and formed with teeth adapted
side walls of said body member, said slot being
curved at the lower end thereof to produce lateral
movement on the part of the movable element
of the comb when the teeth of such element are
in registration with the teeth of the body mem 15
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