Receptacles – Container attachment or adjunct – Handle – handle component – or handle adjunct
220756, 220771, B65D 2528
A cup is provided including a generally cylindrical reservoir having top and bottom ends and a sidewall. The bottom end is defined and the top end defines an opening in the reservoir. A handle structure is affixed to the sidewall. The handle structure includes upper and lower portions fixed to and extending from the sidewall structure. A vertical portion extends between and joins the first and second portion. The handle structure also includes a substantially vertical plate affixed to the first and second portions so that the vertical plate is disposed therebetween, the vertical plate being disposed between the sidewall and the vertical portion such that a lateral distance from the vertical plate to the sidewall is less than a lateral distance from the vertical plate to the vertical member, so as to isolate the user's fingers from contact with the sidewall. The upper and lower portions are inclined from horizontal so as to facilitate gripping and maximize finger room in the handle.
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Advertising brochure for "Imagineered Perfect Cup", Imagine It Corp., Copyright 1993 and 1994.
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