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Sept. 24, 1946.
Q _J_ WATKINS
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WRIST WATCH BAND AND PROTECTOR
Filed April 12, 14945
2,403,244 .
2,408,244
Patented Sept. 24, 1946
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,408,244
WRIST WATCH BAND AND PROTECTOR
Clayton J. Watkins, Forest City, N. 0.
Application April 12, 1945, Serial No. 587,859
1 Claim. (01. 224-4)
1
This invention relates to wrist watches and
more particularly a wrist watch band and pro
tector.
The primary object of this invention resides in
the provision of a wrist watch protector adapted
to form a closure for a wrist watch mounted on a
band so as to prevent breakage of the crystal or
damage to the watch through accidental contact
2
Secured to the strap in spaced relation are
suitable fastening elements 9 adapted to engage
the usual strap securing loops of a wrist Watch
herein designated by the letter W in order that
the ‘watch will remain in overlying relation to
the strap and where it can be readily observed by
the wearer when lifting a hood Hl having ears H2
at its opposite ends which are fastened to the
‘strap 6 by fastening elements II and II’, the lat
with other objects while being Worn.
ter preferably forming a permanent connection
10
A further object of this invention resides in
to the strap 6 While the former is preferably of
the provision of a wrist watch band adapted to
the snap-button type or other suitable element
support a wrist watch thereon so the same can
whereby one end of the hood can be detached
be readily covered for protection against damage.
from the strap.
A further object of this invention resides in the
The aforesaid hood is constructed of leather or
particular construction of the 'wrist watch band 15 other
suitable material capable of protecting the
and wrist watch retaining means.
watch W against damage and has its interior of
A still further object of this invention resides
such con?guration that will readily conform to
in the combination of the wrist watch support
the contour of the watch, it being apparent that
ing band and protecting hood carried thereby.
the watch accommodating area of the hood will
20
Aside from the aforesaid objects this invention
be of different designs to ?t watches of various
resides in the particular construction of the Wrist
types.
watch protecting hood.
In order to provide comfort to the wearer of a
In addition to the foregoing objects this inven
watch band of the present construction, the strap
tion resides in the particular manner of connect
25 6 is provided with a plurality of ventilating aper
ing the hood to the band.
tures 8.
With this invention fully described it is mani
fest that means are provided whereby wrist
watches can be worn by individuals in mechanical
~ With these and other objects in View this in
vention resides in certain novel ‘features of con
struction and arrangements to be hereinafter set
forth in the speci?cation, illustrated in the ac
?elds and other places with safety against dam
companying drawing and pointed out in the ap 30 age
by hitting the same against other objects and
pended claim and, while this disclosure depicts my
at the same time can readily be inspected with
present conception of the invention the right is
little or no trouble.
reserved to resort to such changes in construction
Having thus described my invention what I
and arrangement of elements as come within the
claim
and desire to protect by Letters Patent is:
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spirit of the invention.
A wrist watch strap comprising an adjustment
In the accompanying drawing forming a part
element, hooks spacedly disposed on the strap to
of this application;
receive the loop ends of a wrist watch, a hood cov
Fig. l is a perspective view of a wrist watch
ering the watch and having hook receiving
constructed in accordance with this invention.
Fig. 2 is an enlarged longitudinal sectional view 4.0 pockets in its inner surface at opposite ends there
of and the major portion of its interior area con
thereof taken approximately on line 2—2 of Fig. 1.
forming to the con?guration of the watch, means
Fig. 3 is an enlarged plan view of a portion of
hingedly securing one end of the hood to the
the wrist encircling strap with the hood removed
strap,
means removably securing the opposite end
therefrom.
of
the
hood to the strap, and that area of said
4.5
In the present illustration of this invention the
strap beneath the watch being spaced from the
numeral 5 designates, in general, a wrist watch
back of the same and having ventilating aper
band and protector consisting of a suitably con
tures therein.
'structed strap 6 provided with an adjustable ele
CLAYTON J. WATKINS.
ment ‘I herein shown in the form of a conven—
tional buckle.
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