|Product Dimensions||10 x 3.5 x 0.6 inches|
|Item model number||48387|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Weight||1.76 ounces|
Safety 1st SecureTech Cabinet Lock
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- Safety 1st securetech cabinet lock comes in a pack of one
- The securetech cabinet lock features a securetech
- It's easy to remove with the push of a button
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Safety 1st SecureTech Cabinet Lock
Help keep your curious crawler out of side by side cabinets with a SecureTech Cabinet Lock by Safety 1st. It attaches easily to either knobs or handles with no drilling required and features an easy-to-understand indicator that lets you know with a glance that it's properly locked. The SecureTech Cabinet Lock is a great solution for cabinets with wider spaces between the hardware.
- Perfect for cabinets with wider spaces between hardware
- SecureTech locking indicator
- Attaches easily to knobs or handles with no drilling required
- Easy for parent to remove with the push of a button
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|Item Dimensions||10 x 3.5 x 0.6 inches||9.2 x 29.5 x 2.5 inches||1.13 x 3.63 x 7.63 inches||2.84 x 0.86 x 6.45 inches||5 x 1 x 2 inches||9.8 x 2.9 x 1.6 inches|
Safety 1st SecureTech cabinet lock, the SecureTech cabinet lock features a SecureTech indicator that lets you know when it's locked. It's easy to remove with the push of a button.
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1. The smoothness of the ratchet mechanism.
It seems odd, but this is the best feature. On the generic versions, the plastic rods have rough, sharp teeth that aggravate your hands when you open and close them several times a day, even if you have thick skin on your hands as I do.
2. The ball at the end of the ratchet is rounded.
Not the case for all brand-x versions of cabinet locks. Why have a sharp plastic piece at your toddler's eye-level?
3. A visual cue that you've locked it all the way.
Fully latching the cabinet requires that you tighten the loop enough that the grey plastic tab is pushed back into the body of the device. This will cause the indicator to change from red to green. This reminds you to lock your cabinets firmly enough so that your little one can't pull them open just enough to reach under and pull something dangerous out, or open the cabinets enough to pinch his or her fingers.
By Trevier Goudeau on August 3, 2016
By The-M-Team on June 4, 2019
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Decided to try these for some of the more commonly used cabinets upstairs. They are definitely easier to use and manage getting on and off of handles of any style.
BUT: The round shaped rod, while seeming a little more flexible in all directions than the cheaper model, seems more brittle and fragile when bent. One of our little ones gave a good tug on one of the cabinets and it caused a kink in the rod. There's clearly a stress fracture in it now. It's harder to use (tough to slide the lock on and off now) and can tell that it's going to break on the next good tug.
I've ordered another style to try on these more commonly used cabinets. If that's also a fail I'm going back to basics with the cheaper model that feels more robust, even if a little more cumbersome to use.
Probablement utile pour les très petites poignées avec les 12-18 mois , mais pour un garcon de 26 mois ceci est trop facilement manipulable.
Reviewed in Canada on June 29, 2019