Mom Loves 2 Read: {Review} Stop little hands from unlocking seat belts while travelling with Beltlock

Feb 28, 2014

{Review} Stop little hands from unlocking seat belts while travelling with Beltlock

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
Have you ever been driving down the road and looked back to see your child has undone his or her seat belt?  It can be a scary thing to know that your toddler or young child is capable of releasing the seat belt whenever he or she chooses.  Now, there is a simple and easy way to keep those little fingers from removing
the seatbelt unless mom or dad does it for them.  It is called Beltlock.
Beltlock is designed to prevent kids from opening the seat belt securing the child's car seat. Beltlock is designed to be strong, durable, visible in the car, easy to fit and easy to remove with a key by an adult. Beltlock offers peace of mind when traveling with kids.
 Thankfully this has not happened to me but I know it could happen, even accidentally as little hands roam around in the car on trips.  And with big brother wreaking havoc with the girls, hand and feet tend to fly all over the place - it seems like just a matter of time before one of them ends up releasing a seat belt while the car is moving.  Now, with Beltlock, I can have peace of mind knowing that it will not be easy for them to release the belt without adult help.  It is easy to remove the Beltlock using a key to press down in the middle and release the seat belt.  The Beltlock simply slips over the seat belt receiver end and the belt lock is clicked safely without little fingers being able to press the release mechanism.

To find out more about Beltlock -
Check them out at http://beltlock.ie/index.php
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Disclosure: I received free the item(s) mentioned in this post in exchange for my honest review using Tomoson.com. Regardless ~ All my reviews are my honest and personal opinion. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”.

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