The Board found that the term DIMOND is likely to be perceived as a misspelling of DIAMOND. As to the goods, the evidence showed that “bicycle chains and bicycle frames both are necessary parts of any bicycle, and available to the same end consumers, cyclists/bicycle owners, through some of the same channels of commerce, namely stores that specialize in bicycles and parts therefor.” And so the Board found confusion likely and it affirmed the refusal.
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