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Oct. 29, 1946.‘
_c. LEWIS
2,410,086
COMB
‘Filed Oct. 20, 1944
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2,410,086
Patented Oct. 29, 1946
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,410,086
COMB
Charles Lewis, New York, N. Y. ‘
Application October 20, 1944, Serial No. 559,528
3 Claims. (01. 132-14)
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staggered in relation to the teeth in the main cen
The invention relates to acomb and has to do
particularly with a comb that is adapted to apply
heat to the hair while straightening the same.
One of the objects of the invention is to provide
tral member.
This causes the hair to follow a
tortuous passage as the comb is drawn through
and greatly helps in the hair straightening opera
tion. The foregoing is particularly illustrated in
Fig. 6 of the drawing.
In the form illustrated inFig. 5 the side mem
bers l9’ are made separate and the back I4’
of the main central member does not have the
cut away portion I‘! but extends to the top of the
a comb in which the teeth are so designed as to
provide a maximum amount of surface contact
with the hair when the comb is being drawn
through the hair.
Another object is to provide a comb having its
teeth so arranged that the hair will be caused to
follow a tortuous path as the comb is passed
side members. , In all other respects the parts
through it.
are identical.
A still further object is to provide a hair
straightening comb which is simple and rugged
a suitable solution is applied to the hair and the
in construction and economical to manufacture. ,
The invention is described in the ensuing speci
?cation and illustrated in the accompanying
drawing forming a part thereof and in which:
Fig. 1 is a side elevation of the comb with parts
broken out and in section;
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Fig. 2 is a fragmentary detail side elevation of
the main central member of the comb;
Fig, 3 is a fragmentary detail side elevation
partly in section of the member which forms the
auxiliary side members of the comb;
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In performing the hair straightening operation
comb is heated and passed through with the ?at
part of the comb being ‘almost parallel to the
scalp. The length of the teeth on the central
portion and their shape permit of easy entry of
the comb into the hair. The rounded yoke por
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tion Will carry considerable heat and this is used
in effect as an ironvto apply pressure to the hair
to complete the straightening thereof.
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Changes in details of construction‘ such as
would occur to one skilled in the art are to be
considered as coming within the spirit of the in
vention as expressed in the appended claims.
Fig. 4 is a cross-sectional view on a larger scale
I claim:
and is taken on the line 4—4 of Fig. 1;
1. A comb comprising a main central member
Fig. 5 is a view similar to Fig. 4 of a slightly
having a back portion with a row of substantially
modi?ed form of the invention; and
Fig. 6 is a fragmentary bottom plan view.
30 long teeth extending therefrom, a pair of auxil
iary side members secured to said back portion,
Referring again to the drawing the reference
each of said side members having a row of com
numeral [0 designates the handle of the comb
paratively short teeth formed thereon, the ends
and this handle is made of any suitable heat re
of said short teeth terminating slightly beyond
sisting material. The reference numeral ll des
ignates the comb portion which is made of metal 35 the bases of said long teeth and the short teeth
or some other suitable heat conductive material.
The comb has a main central member I2 which
is provided with a stem 13 that is entered into}
and secured to the handle I0 in any suitable
being staggered in relation to the long teeth.
2. A comb comprising a main central member
having a back portion with a row of substantially
long teeth extending therefrom, said long teeth
manner. The central member l2 has a back M 40 being broad at their central regions and tapered
towards their ends, a pair of auxiliary side mem
from which projects a plurality of substantially
bers secured to said back portion, each of said
long teeth I5. It will be noted from an inspec
side members having a row of comparatively short
tion of Fig. 4 these teeth are quite wide so as
teeth formed thereon, the ends of said short teeth
to provide a substantial amount of surface con
tact for the hair as the comb is drawn through 45 terminating slightly beyond the bases of said long
teeth and the short teeth being staggered in re
the hair. It will also be noted the teeth taper
lation to the long teeth.
towards their ends thus providing for easy entry
3. A comb comprising a main central member
of the comb into the hair.
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having a back portion with a row of substantially
The upper portion of the back [4 is cut away
between the end‘ teeth 16 as indicated at H in 50 long teeth extending therefrom, said back portion
being cut away between the end teeth thereof,
Fig. 2. A yoke l8 ?ts in the cut away portion l1
a yoke resting in said cut away portion and se
and this yoke forms the auxiliary side members
cured to said back portion, said yoke forming a
19 of the comb. The auxiliary side members are
pair of auxiliary side members, each of said side
each provided with a row of comparatively short
teeth 20. The yokemay be secured to the main 55 members having a row of comparatively short
teeth formed thereon, the ends of said short teeth
central member in any suitable manner. As in
terminating slightly beyond the bases of said long
dicated two rivets 2| may be utilized for this
purpose.
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teeth and the short teeth being staggered in rela
tion to the long teeth.
One of the important features of the invention‘
is that the teeth in the auxiliary side members are 60
CHARLES LEWIS,
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