Safety 1st Deluxe Press Fit Outlet Plugs, 8 Count
- Tested for safety and durability
- Made using high quality materials
- The most innovative designs and manufacturing processes
- Includes 8 child resistant outlet plugs
- Two touch press and lock for optimum security
- Removable and reusable
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I think this product must have been improved some because the ones I bought can only be pushed in on one side and they work exactly as per the instructions. Basically, pushing the left button unlocks the top button and pushing on the top button unlocks the latch from the ground hole. With the top button continually depressed, you need to patiently rock the plug up and down until it comes out. It's particularly frustrating if you're in a rush or otherwise tired because on the first pull or two there is very little noticeable progress. Personally I feel that the tight fit is a sign of a good design and most certain to frustrate even those toddlers with good coordination.
After a few weeks of regular use, my husband can now remove them with one hand in a single pull. The best part is it looks like he's just tugging on the plug so our little one is unlikely to catch onto the required button sequence.
Too bad they cost so much (relative to the plain plugs) or I'd consider using them everywhere since they are fairly low profile and thus inconspicuous.
The size and grip of the product might make it difficult for people with large hands or who lack coordination/strength in their fingers/hands.
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I'll make a long story short because I'm still quite shaken, but the ones you simply press into the wall with no locking mechanism are complete garbage, any child with a fingernail (most children) can defeat them. The fact that these actually LOCK into the plug is a FEATURE, and after today, I don't care how long it takes me to fiddle with this device to remove it from the outlet, I am using them exclusively.
Pro Tip: press the left side in (towards the right), it appears the right side does nothing, but none the less, squeezing both sides accomplishes the same thing (pressing the left side towards the right). Once this is done, internally, the detent/"lock" on the top is unlocked and can be pressed down. Once you press the top "lock" down you don't have to continue squeezing the sides. While continuing to hold the top "lock" down, use your free hand/fingernails to remove the plug from the wall, similar to the non locking ones...
(when I say fingerprint multiple times in the video, I mean fingernail)
Update 6/28/11: I spent some more time playing with the plugs. Although the product packaging says to push all of the tabs (sides and top) and pull straight out, this removal method just doesn't work for me. The plug wouldn't budge. Here's what works for me: I push all of the tabs as directed, and then I use my index finger on my other hand to pull up on the bottom of the outlet plug (as if motioning for someone to come toward you). The plug comes out easily every time. I now have the outlet covers all over my house.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
AbsoluteGod send!!! My son and daughter LOVE outlets...they're like magnets to them haha. So we've been through 3 brand of plugs prior and the kids got them right off! Read morePublished 6 days ago by Lindsey
These do the job well. They are tricky to get out and do require a little work which is exactly what we were looking for. Read morePublished 1 month ago by MJJ
Work excellent! I had a bit of trouble installing. Hard for kids to remove which is perfect! Very happy! I would recommend these to anyone.Published 2 months ago by lindz
Amazing product! They keep my twinados from pulling them out. Definitely recommending this to every friend I have that have mobile Littles.Published 2 months ago by MomOfTwins
These are great, two handed operation makes it really secure. The plugs lock in until you use two handed motion to pull them out. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JennTellsAll