TODAY’S PATENT – WATERBED
Waterbeds refer to Beds and Mattress filled with water and the outer part is supported by a rigid structure and frame affixed to cushion. Inventions apropos Waterbeds have increased significantly and all of them provide some of the other novel features which makes the latter invention more efficient than the former one. Generally, Waterbeds have bladders filled with water and these bladders are enclosed in rigid frameworks. One of the most prominent disadvantages of Waterbeds is a leak of the Water bladder which would completely devastate the foam, the floor, and the framework or structure of the bed.
The extant invention deals with a Waterbed which has a waterbed with a cover having outer rigid sidewalls that override the bladder and supporting inner-frame. This invention has a mechanism so as to seal the Water bladder efficiently with rigid structures so as to prevent any leak. This invention has also been upgraded so as to appear as aesthetically pleasing as the conventional beds.
The primary objective of this invention is to create an enhanced and more rigid Waterbed so as to avoid any tear or leakage of the Water Bladder. Another additional objective of this invention is to make the waterbed appear aesthetic and comforting.