TODAY’S PATENT – LARGE TONGS FOR PICKING UP YARD DEBRIS AND LEAF PILES
The tongs for picking yard debris was invented by Le-Trinh M. Roberson and Hanh M. Hernandez was patented by USPTO on 14th June, 2005 bearing patent No. USD506112S1.
The current invention has large tongs and has been granted a design patent considering the ornamental design for large tongs for picking up yard debris and leaf piles, as shown and described. The tongs have a curved end which makes the task of collecting leaf piles quick and easier, it is designed such that large qualities of debris can be picked at once instead of picking one thing at a time and the broad bottom prevents from spilling of debris. Since the tongs are lengthy, user need not bend.