TODAY’S PATENT – NURSERY EQUIPMENT
Keith C. Rawolle received his patent for the invention, “Nursery Equipment” (US4188678A), from the USPTO on 19th February 1980.
The present invention relates to an apparatus suitable for attachment of a support device which assists in keeping the babies amused. The prior art inventions did provide apparatus in holding a baby in a relatively pleasant position however, a large number of babies do not retain a resilient bouncing effect and become bored.
The objective of this invention is to provide an improved idea for such nursery equipment which will assist in keeping children amused and make the baby support equipment of a greater value. It will further be sold at a price which is economical, provided that the attachment is safe for babies.