“SHOWER CURTAIN RESTRAINER”

IPApproach LLC is pleased to present the attached exclusive patent for sale “Shower Curtain Restrainer” which includes U.S. Patent US 10,206,543 B2 assigned to Data Analysts LLC. The IP relates to shower/bath accessories. More particularly, to the shower curtain accessories. The technology disclosed provides the following advantages:

  • The present invention  provides a shower curtain restrainer which is effective and easy to use and to apply to shower curtains. 
  • More effective than magnets, which do not adhere to tubs not containing metal (i.e. iron).
  • More effective than shower curtain weights, which only pull downward on the curtain, not outward snugly toward the tub rim.
  • More effective than suction cups, which do not maintain their adhesion on many surfaces, and lose their suction over time. 
  • The elongated body of the restrainer has a length capable of spanning a distance between a selected point on the shower curtain and a point below an edge of the rim of the bathtub.
  • The weight element of the restrainer is coupled to the weight end and positioned below the rim outside the bathtub.
  • The fulcrum point is formed at the rim contacted by the elongated body intermediate the engagement end and the weight end, imparting a horizontal force on the shower curtain, outwardly toward the bathtub rim, and pressing the curtain against it.
  • Detaches at a safety joiner = no risk of entanglement/falls as a result of using the accessory.
  • Moves back and forth with the shower curtain as it opens and closes, maintaining easy access into and out of the bathtub.

The global shower curtain retail market is projected to grow from USD 1.19 billion in 2018 to USD 1.75 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 8%.

Please contact Justin Ehrlickman via email at justin@ipapproach.com or phone at 845-558-7901 to receive a Brokerage Marketing Package.

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"Wearable, Combined Garment and Mastectomy Prosthesis"

IPApproach LLC is pleased to present the exclusive patents for sale “WEARABLE, COMBINED GARMENT AND MASTECTOMY PROSTHESIS” which include U.S. Patent US 8702471 B2 assigned to Linda C. Lyman. The IP relates to a combination garment and prosthesis for patients who had surgery or treatment for chest and abdominal trauma, including patients having undergone chest and/or abdominal surgery.

The technology disclosed provides the following advantages:

  • It is useful for patients, predominantly female, who have had surgery or treatment for chest and abdominal trauma,
    undergone chest and/or abdominal surgery, or treatment for ventral traumatic or epidermal conditions or injuries,
    such as post-op mastectomy, burn, heart and lung surgery.
  • Combined garment/prosthesis providing protection for the sensitive post-operative skin areas against bumping in public or from chafing and irritation, for example, by garments or an automotive seat belt.
  • Prosthesis is flexible and configured with a natural breast top surface slope while not being rigid, and having sufficient compliance to present a natural appearance.
  • It does not put pressure on the chest or abdominal wall, and can serve as an undergarment like a bra, as well as a part of a fashionable over-garment.
  • The inventive partial bra garment/prosthesis permits patients to reclaim their emotional sense of self while remaining highly fashionable and functionally and enables patients to participate in a full range of public events.
  • For patients, having to wear no prostheses, and thus loosing their figure, is psychically traumatic, and can lead to significant emotional scarring and thus present invention overcome these problems.

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“Computer-implemented method for facilitating the exchange of information between individuals”

IPApproach, LLC is pleased to present the attached exclusive patent for sale “Computer-implemented method for facilitating the exchange of information between individuals” which includes U.S. Patent US 10029178 assigned to Theodore M. Dunn. The IP relates to a method, for exchanging and facilitating the exchange of information between two or more individuals which can be implemented in contract bridge card games.

The technology disclosed provides the following advantages,

  • Efficient exchange of information that overcome impediments associated with particular scenarios associated with existing computer-implemented information exchange.
  • Improve the ability of card game playing partners to more accurately assess, and therefore more accurately predict, each other's strategies and moves in a card game scenario.
  • This invention has widespread applicability, and will likely prove to be very effective as a learning tool that will continue to be adapted for use with other growing number of applications such as education-related learning environments.

Please contact Justin Ehrlickman via email at justin@ipapproach.com or phone at 845-558-7901 to receive a Brokerage Marketing Package.

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"CUP HOLDER WITH A HANDLE"

IPApproach, LLC, is pleased to present the exclusive patents for sale CUP HOLDER WITH A HANDLE” which includes U.S. Patent US9603474 assigned to Margaret E. Hill. The IP relates to a cup holder.

The technology disclosed provides the following advantages:

  • The cup holder provides a layer of insulation between the outer surface of the cup wall, and the hand of the user. Hence, adds protection against the temperature of the beverage.
  • The handle makes the cup easier to grip.
  • It provides greater carrying capacity in one hand.
  • It provides visibility for printed decoration in the holder or cup.
  • It can be used with all beverage cups including coffee cups, soda cups and cups for alcoholic beverages.
  • The handle material can be selected from the group consisting of recyclable, biodegradable and non-biodegradable materials.
  • The cup holder can be used in conjunction with cups composed of Paper, Plastic, Styrofoam, or other materials.

The target price for this patent is $99,000.

Please contact Justin Ehrlickman via email at justin@ipapproach.com or phone at 845-558-7901 to receive a Brokerage Marketing Package.

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