NTLS Trademark Information

Trademark by NAUTILUS INTERNATIONAL (CAYMAN) LTD

Clothing for protection against accidents, irradiation and fire; Clothing for protection against fire; Commercial safety nets; Cut-out switches; Decontamination showers, shelters and structural parts; Dust masks; Dust protective goggles and masks; Emergency drench showers; Eye covers for protective purposes; Face-protection shields; Fall protection equipment for fall restraint and fall arrest, namely, bars, anchors, harnesses, lines, lanyards,...

Coveralls; Denim jackets; Fishermen's jackets; Heavy jackets; Light-reflecting jackets; Outer jackets; Rain boots; Rain coats; Rain hats; Rain jackets; Rain slickers; Rain suits; Rain trousers; Rain wear; Rainproof jackets; Shell jackets; Work shoes and boots; Working overalls

Classification Information

Use in Commerce Trademark - Applicant has provided proof of use of this mark in commerce to USPTO.

Primary Class: Class Details:
Class (009)
Scientific, nautical, surveying, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signalling, checking (supervision), life-saving and teaching apparatus and instruments; apparatus and instruments for conducting, switching, transforming, accumulating, regulating or controlling electricity; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; magnetic data carriers, recording discs; automatic vending machines and mechanisms for coin operated apparatus; cash registers, calculating machines, data processing equipment and computers; fire extinguishing apparatus.
First Use Anywhere:: 10/25/2012
First Use In Commerce: 10/25/2012
Class (025)
Clothing, footwear, headgear.
First Use Anywhere:: 10/15/2012
First Use In Commerce: 10/15/2012
General Information
Word mark: NTLS
Status/Status Date:
CONTINUED USE AND INCONTESTIBILITY ACCEPTED
2/13/2021
Serial Number: 85863803
Filing Date: 3/1/2013
Registration Number: 4418112
Registration Date: 10/15/2013
Goods and Services: Clothing for protection against accidents, irradiation and fire; Clothing for protection against fire; Commercial safety nets; Cut-out switches; Decontamination showers, shelters and structural parts; Dust masks; Dust protective goggles and masks; Emergency drench showers; Eye covers for protective purposes; Face-protection shields; Fall protection equipment for fall restraint and fall arrest, namely, bars, anchors, harnesses, lines, lanyards, carabiners and anchorage connectors; Fall protection equipment for fall restraint and fall arrest, namely, harnesses; Fall protection equipment for fall restraint and fall arrest, namely, lanyards; Fall protection equipment for fall restraint and fall arrest, namely, lines; Fire blankets and fire extinguishers; Flashing safety lights; Garments and clothes for protection against fire; Gloves for protection against accidents; Hearing protection headsets, not for medical use; Helmet safety lights; Insulated clothing for protection against accident or injury; Knee pads for workers; Lanyards for safety purposes for fall protection; Life belts; Life nets; Life preservers; Life vests; Lockout devices for use with electrical switches; Nets for protection against accidents; Oxygen masks not for medical use; Protection masks; Protective clothing, namely, disposable garment for protection against spontaneous flash in industrial and manufacturing environments; Protective ear coverings; Protective electrostatic discharge (ESD) grounding gloves; Protective eye pieces; Protective eyeglasses; Protective eyewear; Protective glasses; Protective head guards for industrial purposes; Protective helmets; Protective industrial boots; Protective industrial shoes; Protective rescue apparatus, namely, fire-resistant protective bags; Protective rescue apparatus, namely, fire-resistant protective carriers; Reflective and illuminated clothing for safety purposes; Safety equipment, namely, a lifeline system for horizontal or vertical movement to which a worker is attached for protection against fall hazards, composed of safety belts and fall protection equipment for fall restraint and fall arrest, namely, harnesses, lines, lanyards, carabiners, bars, anchors and anchorage; and connectors; Safety equipment, namely, fire escape ladders; Safety eyewear; Safety goggles; Safety harnesses other than for vehicles or sports purposes; Safety helmets; Safety nets; Safety products, namely, reflective helmet skirts; Self-rescue apparatus, namely, oxygen breathing units; Welding helmets; Welding masks
Mark Description: The mark consists of the figure of a man holding an anchor and a trident standing on a rock with an oval below the term "NTLS" withtin the oval.
Type Of Mark: TradeMark
Published For Opposition Date: 7/30/2013
Last Applicant/Owner:
NAUTILUS INTERNATIONAL (CAYMAN) LTD
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Mark Drawing Code: Drawing/Design + Words
Design Search:
Anchors (Transport; equipment for animals; traffic signs - Parts of land vehicles, water vehicles or air vehicles) see more design...
Stylized men, including men depicted in caricature form (Human Beings - Men) see more design...
Tridents (Heraldry, flags, crowns, crosses, arrows and symbols - Emblems, insignia ) see more design...
Ovals as carriers and single line borders (Geometric figures and solids - Ovals) see more design...
Cliffs, rocks, walls of rock (Scenery - Mountains, rocks, caves) see more design...
Register Type: Principal
Disclaimer: (NOT AVAILABLE)
Correspondent:
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Current Status:
CONTINUED USE AND INCONTESTIBILITY ACCEPTED
2/13/2021
Correspondent Search:
FRANK J. MARTINEZ, ESQ. is a correspondent of NTLS trademark.
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