Stop! Don’t draft your patent application…

as if you were selling ice cream with exaggerated claims like come and have”mile-high ice cream cones.”

When you’re describing your invention in a patent application, it’s important to focus on its functionality rather than trying to sell it like a salesman.

Provide detailed descriptions of how your invention works and why it stands out.

For instance, your invention might not be completely new, but rather an improvement on existing solutions. In this case, highlight what makes your invention better: Is it cheaper, easier to use, more efficient, quieter, simpler to clean, tougher, faster, or more durable? These are the aspects that should shine in your application.

So, focus on the specific and technical details that make your invention special.
By showcasing its functionality and unique features, you’ll make a stronger application for why your invention deserves a patent.

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