Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 2 : Paints included in class 2; varnishes, lacquers; preservatives against rust and against deterioration of wood; colorants; mordants; thinners for paints and other coatings; glass cement.
Class 3 : Bleaching preparations and other substances for laundry use; cleaning and polishing preparations; grease-removing preparations, not for use in connection with manufacturing processes; abrasive preparations, not being sharpening stones or discs; soaps; perfumery and essential oils; cosmetics, hair lotions; dentifrices.
Class 5 : Pharmaceutical and veterinary preparations; preparations for health care; dietetic substances adapted for medical use; food for babies; plasters; materials for dressings; material for stopping teeth and dental wax, for dental purposes; disinfectants; preparations for destroying vermin; fungicides, herbicides; portable first-aid kits.
Class 8 : Cutlery, not being paper knives and not for medical purposes; forks, spoons; side arms; hand-operated equipment and tools, included in class 8, namely hand-operated garden and hand tools, hand-operated agricultural implements, drills, screwdrivers, saws, hammers, chisels, hand pumps, thread cutters and inserts for thread cutters, mills, spanners, side cutting pliers, pliers, can openers, clamps, clamping tools, ladles and trowels; box spanner sets, keys for hexagon socket screws, weeding forks, lifting jacks, pulleys, scraping tools, shearers, sharpening wheels, pipe cutting machines, planes, perforating tools; frames for handsaws; electric and non-electric manicure sets; atomisers and syringes for distributing insecticides.... More
Class 9 : Apparatus for the recording, reproduction or transmission of image and sound signals, including televisions, video recorders, tuners, cassette recorders, amplifiers for music systems; loudspeakers, headphones, microphones and CD players; other accessories included in class 9 for apparatus for recording, reproduction or transmission of image or sound signals, namely power supply leads, connecting leads or extension cables, sockets, boxes and bushes for such cables, line aerials, room aerials, aerial amplifiers, electric resistors, cable adapters, couplings for cables; messaging equipment; satellite receiver installations, including satellite aerials and receivers; apparatus for telecommunications and user terminals for use in telecommunications networks, in particular analog and ISDN telephone apparatus, video telephone apparatus and mobile telephones, and accessories therefor, namely power supply leads, aerials, auto holding devices, batteries and accumulators, holding devices, charging equipment, network apparatus, magnetic cards, in particular for unlocking mobile telephones; telephone cards; answering machines; fax apparatus; telephone installations; computers and other data processing equipment; peripheral devices for data and information processing, namely computers, laptops, printers, plotters, readers for electronically-stored data, scanners, terminals, monitors, keyboards, magnetic, optical and magneto-optical drives, CD and CDI drives, tape drives, storage media for use with such drives, computer mice and trackballs; organisers, namely electronic organisers and address books; plug-in cards for computers and laptops, including PCMCIA plug-in cards; modems; networks and the components therefor, and peripheral devices for networks included in class 9; unrecorded data carriers and data carriers containing stored software or with video and/or sound sequences, including video and audio cassettes; television games; automatic slot machines; sights, namely telescopic sights, for firearms.... More
Class 11 : Lighting elements and other lamps; lighting equipment for electric lighting elements, in particular filament lamps and gas discharge lamps; lighting apparatus for vehicles; electric lights for Christmas trees; tanning apparatus (sun beds); range hoods; blankets, electric, not for medical purposes; water heaters and boilers; filters for filtering room air and humidifiers for humidifying room air; radiators (heating); upright and chest freezers; grills for kitchen use; ice machines and apparatus; hair driers; cookers and hot plates for cooking food and keeping food warm; air conditioning installations and transportable air conditioning installations for cooling room air for personal use; egg boilers; electric coffee machines, including as espresso machines; apparatus for filtering drinking water; apparatus for carbonating drinking water or other beverages; torches; immersion heaters; toasters; ultraviolet ray lamps, not for medical purposes; disinfectant apparatus; electric waffle irons; shower enclosures; ornamental fountains; lamp shades; sanitary installations and apparatus; sauna bath installations; fans.... More
Class 13 : Firearms; cases for firearms; pipe brushes for rifle and revolver barrels; tear-gas weapons; sights, other than telescopic sights, for firearms; cartridge pouches; ammunition; explosives; fireworks.
Class 14 : Goods of precious metals or coated therewith, included in international class 14, including badges, amulets, bracelets, ashtrays, household and kitchen containers, tobacco and powder tins, flasks, towel holders, sacred vessels, tableware; jewellery; precious stones; horological and other chronometric instruments.
Class 15 : Musical instruments; cases for musical instruments; accessories for musical instruments, namely strings, chin rests for violins, cases for holding musical instruments, mouthpieces and valves for musical instruments, pedals and keys for pianos; metronomes for musicians; turning apparatus for sheet music; conductors' batons; tuning forks.
Class 16 : Paper and cardboard and goods of these materials, included in class 16, in particular writing pads, copier, writing and decorative paper, greetings cards, envelopes, cardboard packaging, document files and quick-release files; pocket calendars and tear-off calendars; magazines, newspapers and other printed matter, including forms; bookbinding material; framed and unframed photographs, paintings and pictures; stationery and other paper goods included in class 16, including folders for papers, document files and quick-release files of plastic, paper and plastic indexes, rubber erasers, pencils, fountain pens, pencil sharpeners, included in class 16, adhesive labels being self-adhesive notelets of paper, staples for offices, hole punches, stapling presses, rubber bands included in class 16, stamps (seals) and inking pads, inks for fountain pens for refilling from bottles and in cartridge form, etching and drawing templates, correcting fluid, drawing materials, included in class 16; drawing boards and tables; paper napkins; cases included in class 16; labelling equipment and labels (not of textile); adhesives and adhesive tapes, included in class 16; scrap books; electric and non-electric typewriters, office requisites, accessories for typewriters, namely inking ribbons and correcting ribbons, included in class 16; playing cards; plastic film and bags for wrapping; artists' materials, including paintbrushes and canvas; indoor aquariums and covers for indoor aquariums; indoor terrariums, not for plant cultivation; babies' diapers of cellulose and paper; flags of paper; mimeograph apparatus and machines.... More
Class 18 : Leather and imitations of leather and goods made of these materials, included class 18, including school bags, garment bags, leather bags, leather handbags, briefcases and document holders, trunks and travelling bags and other luggage, leather straps, whips, dog collars and harnesses, harness and saddlery, leather accessories and cases of leather, included in international class 18, industrial leather ; animal skins and hides and goods thereof, included in international class 18; purses, not of precious metal; beach bags; rucksacks; parasols; walking sticks... More
Class 20 : Furniture and office furniture; interior fittings, namely wall units, built-in shelves, doors, reception desks and built-in parts for the aforesaid goods; curtain rods, rollers and hooks; coat hangers and coat hooks, included in class 20, works of art of wood, wax, plaster or plastic; newspaper display stands and holders; bamboo blinds; medicine cabinets; stuffed animals; bedding (except linen); furniture fittings, not of metal, dog and cat baskets; flower stands, included in international class 20; brushes of wood, wax or plastic, wall decorations, not of textile; decorations of plastic for foodstuffs; bottle racks; mirror tiles and mirrors, included in international class 20; house numbers, not of metal, non-luminous; dog kennels; scratching posts for cats; wickerwork, included in international class 20; duckboards, not of metal; playpens for babies, name plates, not of metal; cradles.... More
Class 21 : Household or kitchen utensils and containers, not of precious metal or coated therewith; combs; sponges; brushes, included in international class 21; glassware, porcelain and earthenware, included in international class 21; dustbins; watering devices; non-electric heaters for feeding bottles; flower-pot covers, not of paper; brooms; non-electric wax polishers and scrubbing brushes; strainers for household purposes; picnic baskets, namely picnic baskets with dishes for picnic purposes; tie presses; comb and brush boxes; cosmetic utensils; cool bags and boxes, portable and non-electric; mouse traps; flower arrangements and holders for plants or flowers for flower arrangements; rags for cleaning; piggy banks, not of metal; egg timers (sand glasses); toilet cases; indoor terrariums for plant cultivation.... More
Class 22 : Ropes, string, nets, tents, tarpaulins, sails, sacks and bags, included in international class 22, including towing ropes for vehicles; vehicle covers (not fitted), hammocks, carrying straps, not of metal; awnings of plastic; rope ladders; sails.
Class 24 : Fabrics and cloths, included in class 24; bed linen; bed covers; protective loose covers for mattresses and furniture; bedspreads; table cloths, not of paper; table napkins of textile; bath linen, included in class 24, in particular textile towels; curtains of textiles or plastic; wall hangings of textile; cushion covers; travelling rugs; household linen.
Class 25 : Shoes and other footwear, being also for sports purposes; hats, caps and other headgear, being also for sports purposes; ties; aprons; insoles for footwear; studs for sports shoes; babies' napkins of textile; clothing, being also for sports and bathing purposes, being underwear or nightwear.
Class 28 : Games and playthings, including electronic games, included in class 28; soft toys and soft toy animals; dolls; toy figures of plastic or wood; knee and elbow guards and other protective padding, included in class 28; gymnastic and sporting articles, included in class 28, including roller skates and inline skates; novelties for parties, dances (party favours); decorations for Christmas trees; rattles (playthings); Christmas tree stands, artificial fishing bait; toy masks; sledges; wax for skis; clay pigeons (targets).... More
Class 29 : Meat, fish, poultry, game, and meat, fish, poultry and game products, including charcuterie; shellfish, not live; meat extracts; preserved, frozen, dried and cooked fruits and vegetables; herbs, mushrooms and nuts and other snacks, included in class 29; jams and jellies; fruit pulp; fruit sauces; eggs, milk, milk products and milk products made predominantly from milk, including cheese and cheese preparations, kefir, yoghurt, quark and quark preparations, curds, cream, butter and non-alcoholic milk beverages and non-alcoholic mixed milk beverages, powdered milk; edible oils and fats; dietetic foodstuffs not adapted for medical use, with a base of or consisting of proteins, fats or fatty acids, included in class 29; prepared meals and prepared desserts included in class 29; soups; delicatessen salads; potato products, namely French fries, croquettes, baked potatoes, prepared potatoes, potato fritters, potato dumplings, fried potato cake, potato pancakes, potato crisps.... More
Class 30 : Tea, fruit and herbal teas, included in class 30; coffee, cocoa, sugar, rice, tapioca, sago, artificial coffee; flour and preparations made from cereals, bread, pastry and confectionery, ices; sugar confectionery and sweets, including sweetmeats (candy), confectionery, pralines; chocolate and goods of chocolate; marzipan; nougat; honey, maple syrup, vegetable syrup, molasses; yeast, baking powder and flavourings; salt, mustard; vinegar, fruit sauces, sauces (condiments); dietetic foodstuffs not adapted for medical use, with a base of or consisting of carbohydrates and/or roughage, included in class 30; spices and condiments; chewing gum, non-medical; pasta; starch for food; ready-to-serve meals, included in class 30.... More
Class 32 : Beers; mineral and aerated waters and other non-alcoholic drinks, including the aforesaid goods being flavoured; vegetable juices, fruit drinks and fruit juices, syrups and other preparations for making beverages, included in class 32; whey beverages.
Class 33 : Alcoholic beverages (except beers); alcoholic extracts and essences.
Class 35 : Business consultancy and advisory services; advertising, being also radio or television advertising; marketing; market research and opinion polling; economic forecasting; public relations; arranging and conducting of trade fairs and exhibitions for commercial or advertising purposes; rental of advertising space, in particular also in the form of banner advertising on Internet pages; publication of advertising texts and dissemination of advertisements; demonstration of goods or services for advertising purposes; collating and systematic ordering of data in computer databases, in particular offers of goods and services, for others, on the Internet; import-export agencies; telephone answering services for others and other call centre services, namely order processing and processing of complaints and inquiries; location of consignments of goods by computer, including within the framework of providing software on the Internet (tracking services); distribution of advertising material and samples; office functions; business management services; business administration; cost price analysis; employment agency services; auctioneering, including auctioneering on the Internet; data acquisition in the field of telecommunications.... More
Class 36 : Insurance; financial affairs, including the issuing of credit cards, loans (financing), lease-purchase transactions and electronic capital transfer; real-estate affairs; financial consultancy and insurance consultancy; issue of tokens of value; debt collection agencies; factoring; customs brokerage; storage of valuables in safes; charitable fund-raising; mutual funds; real estate brokers, namely residential and industrial property agencies, management of residential and industrial properties; art appraisal.... More
Class 38 : Telecommunications, in particular news agency services by fax, telex, telephone, telegram, email, transmission and relaying services for data, speech and video signals, including the aforesaid services for transmission on the Internet; call centres, namely the technical organising and forwarding of order transactions for goods and services, and of requests, inquiries and complaints, from the customer to the manufacturer or supplier; teletext services; radio and television broadcasting, also via cable networks; rental of apparatus for telecommunications and for sending and retrieving data and messages; technical transmission of radio and television programmes, video-on-demand programmes, near video-on-demand programmes, on-line information services, home banking services, home shopping services, screen telephone services, tele-working services, tele-learning services, tele-teaching services, tele-medical services, video games and interactive television and computer services; Internet provider services, namely providing of access to the Internet, E-mail services, providing of an electronic bulletin board, operating a chat box, a web-cam (Internet camera) and news server on the Internet; data transmission services between networked computer systems; operation of an Internet cafe, namely the providing, for a fee, of computers for access to the Internet within the framework of a retail establishment.... More
Class 39 : Delivery of items of post and consignments of goods, in particular consignments of goods ordered online within the framework of electronic commerce; booking of seats (travel); storage and intermediate storage of goods, included in class 39; freight management services, freight forwarding services and freight brokerage, namely transport, storage of goods and arranging of transport services; packaging of goods; courier services; logistics and storage information; arranging of travel and excursions, including providing the aforesaid services.... More
Class 41 : Providing of training and further training, including the arranging and conducting of congresses, conferences, colloquiums, conventions and seminars; correspondence courses; operating of lotteries; seat reservation for entertainment events; modelling for artists; recording studio services; consultancy with regard to film and music production, included in class 41; rental of stage scenery and film sets; rental of movie projectors and accessories; operation of a virtual amusement arcade on television or the Internet; gaming; publication of texts, in particular company profiles and business evaluations, other than publicity texts; publication of printed matter, in particular printed stationery, instructional material, books and training documents; entertainment, arranging sports competitions and game shows; producing shows and films and production of radio, film or television programmes; rental and production of video films; rental of computer games; conducting of live events for entertainment purposes; arranging and mounting exhibitions for cultural and training purposes; rental of stage scenery and room decorations for parties; arranging and holding concerts; musical performances; recording musical and artistic performances on sound, image and data carriers; sports facilities and amusement parks; timing of sports events.... More