TODAY’S PATENT – WAVELESS WATERBED MATTRESS
The WAVELESS WATERBED MATTRESS was invented by Charles P. Hall (Muir Beach, CA) on 3rd of February 1981, bearing the patent number US4247962A.
This invention pertains generally to waterbeds and more particularly to a waterbed mattress having means for preventing excessive undulations of the water in the mattress.
Waterbed mattress having an internal floating pad for reducing wavelike motion of the water in the mattress. The pad is fabricated of a buoyant material and is anchored to the bottom wall of the mattress, with no connection between the pad and the top wall. It is in general an object of the invention to provide a new and improved waterbed mattress having means for preventing excessive undulations of the water in the mattress. Another object of the invention is to provide a waterbed mattress of the above character utilizing a horizontally extending pad of buoyant material anchored to float between the top and bottom walls of the mattress.