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Apr/06

Nautilus Stretches Truth On NYLON


43 (b)log: ”False Marking And False Advertising of Exercise Machines” – Icon Health & Fitness, Inc., v. The Nautilus Group, Inc., 2006 WL 753002 (D. Utah) (Nautilus liable for falsely designating parts of its BowFlex machines as patented.)
Not as serious: Nautilus referring to nylon parts as ‘Poly-Hexamethanline-Adipamide’ (which is almost how you spell the chemical name for nylon).
Bonus link: NYLON is not an abbreviation for NY LONDON.

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