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Bottle that can transform into a whistle

The present invention generally relates to sound-producing devices but more specifically to a drinking bottle that transforms into a whistle when empty.

Background of the Invention

During sporting events, fervent fans utilize various tools to produce loud cheering sounds. There is a wide array of such tools available.

Summary of the Invention

In light of the disadvantages inherent in the currently known devices present in the prior art, the present invention, which will be described in greater detail subsequently, aims to provide objects and advantages that include:

- Providing a tool with dual use. The first use is to supply a beverage, and the second use is to provide a sound-producing instrument that produces sound when blown into.

This innovation aligns with the approach of adding more utility to everyday objects, integrating a broader spectrum of usefulness into our daily lives. Not only does it facilitate hydration during outdoor or sports activities, but it also becomes an instrument of support once empty, thus enhancing interaction and atmosphere at sporting events or any other occasion requiring sound signals of support.

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A leader in invention protection in Quebec since 2001, Inventarium was founded by Daniel Paquette, inventor of the school bus remote arm and holder of several other successful inventions, to enable inventors in Quebec and across Canada to protect and patent their invention ideas at a fraction of the cost of patent agencies.


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Leader en protection d'inventions au Québec depuis 2001, Inventarium a été fondée par Daniel Paquette