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Mommy's Helper Door Knob Safety Cover


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  • Deters curious children from entering rooms or closets
  • Fits all standard door knobs
  • Lock Guard covers the door handle lock protecting against accidental lock outs
  • Contains 2 door knob covers
  • Easy to install
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Product Information

Size: 1Pack
Technical Details
Item Weight0.2 ounces
Product Dimensions2.5 x 3 x 3 inches
OriginImported (China)
UPC036768602019
Item model number60201
Target genderUnisex
Maximum weight recommendation200 Pounds
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB000MF518O
Best Sellers Rank #7,241 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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From the Manufacturer

Deter curious children from entering rooms or closets that might contain a danger. The Door Knob Cover will simply spin loosely around the door knob when a child tries to turn it. But by squeezing the two grab-tab buttons, the door knob turns easily. The oversized grip design makes it hard for youngsters to get their hands around the knob, yet is easy for adults to grip and squeeze to open the door. Lock cover tab protects against accidental lock-outs by covering the door knob lock. Un-snap the cover tab to access the lock.

Product Description

Deter curious children from entering rooms or closets that might contain a danger. The Door Knob Cover will simply spin loosely around the door knob when a child tries to turn it. But by squeezing the two grab tab buttons, the door knob turns easily. The oversized grip design makes it hard for youngsters to get their hands around the knob, yet is easy for adults to grip and squeeze to open the door. Lock cover tab protects against accidental lock outs by covering the door knob lock. Un snap the cover tab to access the lock.


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Customer Reviews

These worked a little too well at making door knobs hard to open.
Bint Asim
The grips on the inside of the product won't grip my standard round door knobs.
ajoyb83
He does it every time and then looks at us, smiles and opens the door.
Lesley

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Zach_NYC on August 4, 2008
Size Name: 1Pack Verified Purchase
Depending on the type of doorknob you have, these may be useless. If you have a round, architectural style knob, they're fine. If you have a much more common Kwikset type knob, they're much too difficult for even parents, or kids old enough to use the door properly. If you have the need to put these on a door that will require a key or lock with a turnbutton, think again; they are very deep and you can't get your fingers in the hole on most handsets
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Lesley on July 26, 2011
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Well, we should have known these wouldn't work. We had similar ones before and they kept my teens in and my toddler could get out. We had just moved and the old ones were lost so I bought these for something fast and cheap. Well, they are exactly like the others. One is fairly easy for the family to open (5 out of 10 times) but one refuses to open for them. They twist and turn and you just can not get it to open. I can normally open all of them and even I had problems at least 2/10 times when I try to open a door. Now for the one they are supposed to be for....my 22 month old. He can not grasp them to open them like adults, but he CAN and DOES easily disassemble them and take them off. He does it every time and then looks at us, smiles and opens the door. These are a complete waste. Pay the extra money and get the Kidco Door Lock Knobs.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A. Hammond on February 3, 2011
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I'm trying every door knob cover I can find to keep my 2 year old from running a little too free. I thought these would do the trick, since the problem I have with the Safety First ones are that he puts his little fingers in through the lock hole and pops them off. I was wrong. No one in my house can open the door with these on! We have standard sized door knobs throughout the house, but these covers won't grip the knob. As hard as I squeezed on the tabs, the little amount of rubber inside never caught the knob.

It's such a pity because they seemed to be fairly sturdy and I loved the idea of the lock hole being covered. Better luck next time!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chris F on August 27, 2011
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As other reviewers have mentioned, they don't work on all knobs. But that's been my experience with several different knob covers we've got. They work great on real round type knobs, and on some kwikset/flat sides. I found that if i put some cut out cork pieces on the inner pads it gives it much better ability to grip on the kwiksets. My only problem with them is how easily they seem to split the two sides off. My son cant turn the knob, but he can take apart the two sides pretty easily. That's remedied easily with some super glue, so not a big deal either.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 12, 2010
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My son is 2 1/2 and had no trouble ripping these door knob covers right off! Pretty sure a monkey could defeat them. I will say that the actual mechanism for squeezing and turning the knob is good; he can't do that. What he can do, however, is pull the two halves of plastic apart and take the knob cover clean off. But, since these were so inexpensive, I guess I shouldn't have expected too much. A little home engineering and I have gotten them to work for us: duct tape. Taping the cover around the knob keeps it from being popped apart and removed. Now it is securely on the knob, spins when he tries to turn it, and has the little tabs that I can squeeze through the tape and open the door.

In short, if you don't mind having to alter the product a little, it can work. But, if you're planning to put them on every door knob in your house, I wouldn't recommend them.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J Wong on January 31, 2011
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I purchased this Mommy's Helper version plus the Babies R Us "Safety 1st" version. I prefer the Mommy's Helper version because it has the rubber grab-tab buttons which makes it easy and thought-free when opening the door. Basically, you grip the the plastic handle anywhere and you're able to squeeze the rubber tabs which will then tighten around the door knob for easy turning. The Safety 1st version, instead has open holes that you have to stick your fingers into to grab the actual door handle. Not difficult, but for the same cost, it's quicker & easier to use the Mommy's Helper version.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By susiestwins on June 22, 2011
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The price is right, but is a little difficult at times for me to open the doors, but I guess that even better when you have 2 toddlers running around, so I am not complaining too much, but I do remove it when they are napping lol!
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Kurt Murray on July 3, 2009
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The plastic is very thin and flexible. The result is that it doesn't take much pressure or strength to pop it apart and remove it completely from the door handle. Might work for toddlers, but I have an 8 year-old autistic girl and these are no match for her. We do have some Safety 1st handle covers that use a much more rigid plastic and they're able to withstand much more pressure and keep her from opening doors and getting into places where she could get hurt.
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