TODAY’S PATENT – NOSE MASK
This invention is created by Hirotaka Tohara having patent no. US7207333B2. This invention has been registered in USPTO on 24th April 2007.
This invention is proposed as a new nose mask in which several kinds of mask portions, each of which has a distinctive function, are selectively fitted on tips of an arrangement axle. The nose mask, is engaged within the nares without spoiling the appearance of the nose even if the masks are engaged with a nasal cavity. The masks are separately manufactured in terms of their functions, such as a function to treat the nose by preventing the user from inhaling pollen, malodor, dust etc. or a function to prevent an invasion of water through swimming performance. This invention intends to provide a nose mask wearable in the nares by means of selecting either a mask portion or a mask stopper.