Luggage Wheels

Luggage Wheels
Who invented wheels on luggage? and he does still own the patent.?

duh! who came up with the idea? and in what year? its so simple thought

From Suitcases on wheels for tear-free onion slicers by Corey KILGANNON Published: August 6, 2000 They all laughed when Edison recorded sound,''Ira Gershwin wrote in 1937. He also laughed at Bernard Sadow and the funny-looking suitcase on wheels pulled into one of Macy morning. Mr. Sadow and his prototype were ridiculed and rejected by a buyer for Macy's, which bore the conventional luggage Sadow's company, sir, USA luggage done. But this was 1972, and no one knew of rolling luggage. Soon, the luggage manufacturer found himself sad his idea to shoot right out.''I said, 'Nobody is going to pull a suitcase on the end of a leash,''recalled Mr. Sadow. But two weeks later, he obtained an appointment with a vice president Macy's soon doing just that: towing the suitcase around his office, laughing with glee. That the buyer called naysaying and with a broad smile from him, asked:''So, Jack, how about my new idea?''recalled Mr. Sadow. ''He looked at me and then back at the boss, and he said: "Great, I love it." ''The executive said the buyer to buy, and that was the beginning of the wheels hand luggage. Mr. Sadow, 75, recently recalled that all the well-furnished living room of his extensive Chappaqua home. Besides getting the last laugh, Mr. Sadow still receives licensing fees from manufacturers selling bags under his patent of 1972 mobile hand luggage.''I know who are still selling because I see the royalty checks coming in,''said Mr. Sadow. Westchester has had a long tradition of inventors. Most large corporations in the county, like International Business Machines, maintain a stable of inventors on staff to develop technologies and processes. But more and more independent inventors are emerging, established in basements and garages around the county. county is still known for buttoned down bankers and lawyers catch the 6:58, no hair shock llorando''Eureka eccentric-genius!''of their workshops. But, according to U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, about 600 inventions one year was invented and patented in Westchester. In New York, only Monroe County, Rochester-based Kodak is located, had more patents last year in 1549. By comparison, Manhattan had 533 and Nassau 351. Inventors proliferate in areas with large corporations and high-level education, said Richard J. Apley, director Office of Independent Inventor Programs for the Patent and Trademark Office. Inventing is increasing for several reasons, said Joanne Hayes-Rines, editor and publisher of Inventors Digest in Boston. The economy is booming, and the Internet offers a marketplace for inventors to sell their products as well as a source of information. For Mr. Sadow, the inspiration came one day in 1971 when he was dragging a large suitcase through customs and a man breezed by towing heavy machinery on a dolly.''I said: 'Now that's what we need, wheels on luggage,''' recalled Mr. Sadow, who took the wheel of a large heavy trunk and tied to the bottom of a suitcase. He tied a rope to it, and it worked like a charm,''''he said. Since then, his inventions include air cushioned laptop briefcases, electric toothpicks and training wheels for luggage drunk. His latest innovation, a dispenser spray of holy water, now sells for $ 19.95 in the gift shop at St. Patrick's Cathedral in Manhattan. Of course not every inventor is as successful as Mr. Sadow. So far, Vince and Patrice Cacciatore of Yonkers have not made a profit from their inventions, not the key to your tube of toothpaste, or his lollipop pill Children's cough. They are devout Catholics and say they invented the name of the Lord. They hope their latest inventions great success, so they can use profits rental of billboard space for biblical quotations. Mr. Cacciatore, who owns a copier repair service, invented a cardboard platform pizza boxes to take to keep your feet get soaked, letting the air circulate under the crust. Mrs. Cacciatore invented memorial picture frames for owners of deceased pets. The photo of the pet goes to the front and its crematory ashes go in the back. The frames, which come in mirror and black acrylic finishes, have just gone Internet through a starting price of $ 18.99. larger containers for human remains are arriving.

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