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Safety 1st Deluxe Power Strip Cover

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  • Sturdy plastic design
  • Adjustable size
  • Wall mountable
  • Neutral color
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Size: 1 Count
Technical Details
Item Weight8.8 ounces
Product Dimensions5 x 4 x 10.5 inches
OriginImported (China)
UPC052181104091
Item model number10409A
  
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ASINB000046S3W
Best Sellers Rank #507 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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The restyled Safety 1st Power Strip Cover conveniently covers the entire power strip, including the on/off switch, preventing children from pulling out the plugs. The collapsible design provides a secure fit for large or small power strips and surge protectors.

Product Description

The restyled Safety 1st Power Strip Cover conveniently covers the entire power strip, including the on/off switch, preventing children from pulling out the plugs. The collapsible design provides a secure fit for large or small power strips and surge protectors.


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Customer Reviews

It will fit any standard power strip.
nwmom
Any child can get their hand in it and get shocked.
T. Mayer
It keeps my child and my electronics safe!
Wa Mom

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92 of 92 people found the following review helpful By Amelia Pond on January 18, 2013
Size Name: 1 Count
Length: 0:46 Mins
This video shows the Safety 1st Power Strip Cover installed on an average size power strip. You can see how the plugs can be pulled right out of the strip and then the cover. It also lets you see how large the opening is and that it may be large enough for a small child's hand to get into.
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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By A. Crossman on October 10, 2008
Size Name: 1 Count
We have two power strip covers at our house--one by safety 1st and the other by Mommy's Helper. The Safety 1st cover far exceeds the quality and durability of the Mommy's Helper cover (whose buckles looked like they might break if opened too often.) I like the Safety 1st cover because it allows for adjustability in length and is very wide inside, as well as looking quite sturdy. There was plenty of width inside ours as well, so I'm no sure what other reviews were referring to. For extra safety, we covered the unused sockets on the strip with plugs...wish I had purchased this one first!
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62 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Birge TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 23, 2010
Size Name: 1 Count Verified Purchase
It's funny how many people have positively reviewed this. Yes, it's very convenient, easy to use, and fits well. What it doesn't actually do is effectively COVER the plugs! It's trivial for a small child to fit their entire hand in the rather large opening. In fact, I just plugged something in without having to remove the cover. If I can fit my hand in there, so can a child. And it doesn't even begin to protect against a child sticking a metal object in there. This product is, in a word, worthless.

I recommend getting one of the power strips that has sliding covers on each of the individual outlets, or simply placing standard child-proof covers on the outlets of your existing power strip. But please don't use this product and think you are adequately protecting your child from shocks.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By ReviewerWhoPrefersToBeAnonymous VINE VOICE on December 19, 2008
Size Name: 1 Count Verified Purchase
I bought this "neutral" color (off-white) cover (UPC 5218110409, model 10409A - I don't know how that differs from model 10409) and Mommy's Helper Power Strip Safety Cover to compare the two. Unlike that item, this cover is expandable from 9" to 13.5" in length. The roughly-cylindrical compartment is about 3.5" wide and 4" high. The slot where the cords for the equipment come out is 5/8"-1" wide and a maximum of 10-3/4" long. When closed, the hole for the power strip cord is 1-3/8" by 1/2". Holes are provided in the base for wall mounting, but no accessories are provided.

To open the thing, you press two tabs on the inner lower cover, then slide off the outer cover, then lift the inner top cover. Place the power strip into the inner lower cover, then replace the inner top cover, then slide the inner cover into the outer cover.

The plastic is stiffer compared with the Mommy's Helper model, but it also seems more brittle. I don't like the fact that there is no way to flick the power strip switch without half-disassembling the thing. It can hold a wider and higher strip and transformers than the Mommy's Helper model by about 3/4" in either direction, which is nice. Buy this from Amazon.com!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By T. Mayer on April 25, 2010
Size Name: 1 Count Verified Purchase
This powerstrip cover is pointless. Any child can get their hand in it and get shocked.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By LizBaker on January 28, 2011
Size Name: 1 Count Verified Purchase
My nine month old just pulled three plugs out through the large opening in the top of the cover. I plugged them bag in without opening it - as another reviewer remarked it it easy for a baby to stick their hands in.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Florida Kat Product Reviewer on September 12, 2009
Size Name: 1 Count
Just got this product today. We purchased it to keep our 17 month old son away from turning it on and off ALL THE TIME. However, I should have read your post first, because in fact, the first thing he did when he seen the contraption, was go to it, put is little fingers/hand through the slot and turn the power strip off all in .2 seconds...and let me tell you, he laughed and clapped in all his glory at his defeat against the darned thing! So not sure how I feel about it when my purpose was to keep him from accessing the on/off switch on the power strip. We also have a 28 month old and a 7 week old, 3 under 3 so what might work for one of our toddlers may not work for another. I think we'll keep it and just tape over that area of the open slot where he can get to the on/off switch and see how that works!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By N. Carman on September 8, 2011
Size Name: 1 Count Verified Purchase
Seriously, I just got this, and this product is not worth a single penny. It is too bulky and gets in the way. Even when it is on its smallest setting! Not just that, but there is a large opening at the top for the cords to fit through, but the gap is so big, my kids can still unplug the cords and play with them.
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