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1. WO2007095427 - RING SYSTEM FOR SECURING DEVICES

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CLAIMS

I claim:
1. A ring system for securing devices, comprising:
a substantially conical ring element.

2. The ring system of claim 1, wherein the conical ring element is formed from a single piece of flat, resilient material.

3. The ring system of claim 1. further comprising:
a receiver;
a connector; and
a terminal eød.

4. The ring system of claim 3, wherein the conical ring element, the receiver, the connector, and the terminal end are all integrally formed from a single casting or mold.

5. The ring system of claim 3, wherein the terminal end is adapted to repeatedly attach to or detach from an anchor,

6. The ring system of claim 3, wherein the conical ring element, the receiver, the connector, and the terminal end are not fully assembled.

7. The ring system of claim 6, wherein the conical ring element is a flat rectangular strip of resilient material before full assembly, and wherein the receiver comprises at least two portions adapted to snap together and attach the connector to the conical ring element.

8. The ring system of claim 3, wherein the conical ring element comprises a relatively non-resilient exterior shell and a relatively resilient Interior lining.

9. The ring system of claim 3, further comprising: an anchor.

10. The ring system of claim 9, wherein anchor comprises: an adhesive adapted to adhere to a device, and a non-stick covering adapted to protect the adhesive.

11. The ring system of claim 9, wherein the conical ring element, the receiver, the connector, the terminal end, and the anchor are all integrally formed from a single casting or mold.

12. A ring system for securing devices, comprising:
a substantially conical ring element formed from a resilient material, and sized to SHtigly surround a human finger;
a receiver comprising a non-resiliant material, and attached to the conical ring element;
a connector that is flexible and is attached to the receiver;
a terminal end attached to the connector
an anchor adapted to receive the terminal end, and comprising adhesive material adapted to adhere to a device.

13. The ring system of claim 12, wherein the terminal end is adapted to repeatedly detach from the anchor, and re-attach to the anchor.

14. The ring system of claim 12, wherein the substantially conical ring element has an internal conical angle of over 10 degrees and less than 20 degrees.

15. The ring system of claim 12, wherein the substantially conical ring element has an internal conical angle of over 20 degrees and less than 30 degrees.

16. The ring system of claim 12, wherein the substantially conical ring element has an internal conical angle of at least 30 degrees and less than 40 degrees.

17. The ring system of claim 12, wherein the substantially conical ring element has an internal conical angle of at least 40 degrees and less than 50 degrees.

18. The ring system of claim 12, wherein the substantially conical ring element has an internal conical angel of at least 50 degrees and less than 60 degrees.