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jdintn
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Ruffler and Walker Try Your Grip

Postby jdintn » Sun Aug 25, 2019 4:48 pm

Would someone be able to point me to the patent for a Ruffler and Walker Try Your Grip? I've seen a post that says the patent was found but searching the Patents section was not successful for me. Thanks.

It would also be very helpful if I could find photos of the insides. The only ones I found online were incomplete and of a non-functional machine. See https://www.home-alchemy.com/products/c ... stimulator

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gameswat
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Re: Ruffler and Walker Try Your Grip

Postby gameswat » Sun Aug 25, 2019 6:49 pm

Hi Jdin, I don't remember ever seeing a Patent for that machine, and there is no info for it in the Braithwaite Arcades book. I think you might be confusing your 1950's era machine with the same named Barrett machine dating 1891, and the discovery of that Patent was written about in some posts.

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Re: Ruffler and Walker Try Your Grip

Postby jimmycowman » Sun Aug 25, 2019 7:08 pm

The spring makes it always under pressure and when you grip the string let's the pressure off and the front dial goes a round.
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Re: Ruffler and Walker Try Your Grip

Postby jdintn » Tue Aug 27, 2019 2:50 pm

Thanks for your help. Here are photos of the insides of my non-working machine.
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