6 Figurines made of metals and alloys such as pewter.
9 Computer software and data; computer based trainers and simulators; computerised weapon control and data processing systems; diving suits, engine instrument display panels; fuel gauging and management systems, fire fighting equipment; navigation systems and equipment; remote controlled land vehicles for explosive ordonance disposal; protective clothing and equipment including body armour, foot wear, hand wear, head wear including helmets; goggles, glasses for optical use and visors; nuclear biological and chemical protection equipment; radar equipment; radio transmitters and receivers; rescue and survival equipment; satellites and satellite systems; fridge magnets; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
11 Portable and free standing electric and gas cookers, grills and ovens; liquid fuel (e.g. gasoline, kerosene) cookers and stoves; oil fryers; toasters; sandwich toasters; cooking ovens; water heating and purifying apparatus; food warming and heating apparatus; steamers; cooking utensils; gas regulators; refrigeration and freezing devices and apparatus; fixed and mobile cooking facilities; microwaves; bread makers; coffee, tea, and beverage makers; field kitchens; water purification units; de-salination units, refrigeration systems; air conditioning plant; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
14 Articles fashioned of or coated with precious metals; jewellery and personal adornments; clocks and watches, and articles of imitation jewellery; tankards of precious metals and parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
16 Printed data, graphic images and tickets; stationery, envelopes, bags, labels, tags, newsletters, magazines, pamphlets, periodicals, writing instruments, pens, pencils, paper clips, paper weights; coasters; playing cards; maps, posters, photographs, diaries and calendars; teaching educational and instructional materials; brochures, catalogues and advertising materials; books, charts, drawings, reports and publications; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; car stickers.
18 Body harnesses belts or straps with load carrying pouches and load carrying hooks; bags, cases, rucksacks, haversacks, parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
20 Transport containers; foldable beds; beds, sleeping bags, furniture; boxes crates storage cases and non metallic containers; key fobs, sign boards, non metallic signs, parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
21 Plates for collectors; glass bowls, plaques, tankards, vases, cups and mugs; all in the nature of promotional goods; cool bags and boxes; vacuum flasks; can openers; juice extractors, hand operated; figurines made out of glass, ceramics, clay and composites such as glass fibre.
22 Tents, nets, awnings, tarpaulins; sacks, bags; rope, string; tents made of textile material; tents for camping, field accommodation and shelters; and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
24 Household textile articles; flags and banners; textiles and textiles goods, not included in other classes.
25 Uniforms; clothing; foot wear; hand wear and head wear all relating to military apparel; clothing including, sweat shirts; ties, 'T' shirts, and pullovers, head wear including, caps and scarves all in the nature of promotional goods; waist coats having load carrying pouches; work wear; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
28 Commemorative models of armoured vehicles; model main battle tanks; and scale model kits; computer assisted war games, electronic games machines; parts and fitting for the aforesaid goods; Christmas decorations; cuddly and soft toys; teddy bears; dominoes; board games; puzzles; kites; balloons; puppets; toy action figures.