TODAY’S PATENT – ROTATIONAL HAT
The ROTATIONAL HAT was invented by Richard L. Borders (Cincinnati, OH) on the 20th of June 2000 , bearing patent number US6076191A.
The present invention relates to head wear which have a motorized rotational feature, and which have head gripping regions to help conform an interior of the head wear to the wearer’s head especially during rotation of the motorized feature.
An ornamental rotational hat is provided which includes a cap portion having an interior space for receiving a wearer’s head, a motor mounted to the cap portion, and a screw-shaped ornament connected to the motor to rotate with respect to the cap while the cap remains stationary on the wearer’s head. An additional feature of the rotational hat calls for an insert for the cap having a plurality of fingers with inherent resiliency to grip a head of the wearer, and to retain the cap to the wearer’s head during rotation of the ornament. One of the objective of the present invention to provide a head covering constructed as a cap which has a rota-table screw ornament disposed thereon for rotational movement with respect to the cap.