TODAY’S PATENT – POLYFUNCTIONAL TOOL
The Polyfunctional Tool was invented by James Dillon Bonner on 13th September 2018, bearing patent number US20180255693A1.
This present invention is a hand held implement for performing a multitude of tasks in a manner which could not previously be performed by a singular hand held implement. Some exemplary embodiments of the present invention comprise a handle, shovel, blade, hammer and prying member configured in an ideal manner. This ideal configuration provides a hand held implement in which the safety, functionality and efficiency of use is greater than was previously provided by the state of the art. A proximal end of the present invention preferably comprises a prying member. A distal end of the present invention preferably comprises a shovel. A forward portion of the present invention preferably comprises a blade disposed along said shovel and extending towards said proximal end. A rearward portion of the present invention preferably comprises a hammer disposed along said shovel.
The present invention was developed in response to the present state of the art, and in particular, in response to the problems and needs in the state the art that have not yet been fully solved by the hand held entrenching tool instruments and methods currently available. In accordance with the present invention as embodied and broadly described herein in the embodiments, a hand held entrenching tool with increased safety, functionality and efficiency of use is provided. The present invention is the long awaited solution to many of the inherent problems and difficulties in hand held entrenching tools by providing the user a hand held entrenching tool with a number of features which are ideally configured about the tool, these features being ideally suited to perform both the typical wilderness environment tasks and the typical urban environment tasks.