Sunday, November 14, 2010

Keep Your Kids Buckled in Their Car Seat with Buckle Guard Pro

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Do you have a child that has figured out how to get the seat belt released that is securing their booster, baby and infant seats?
If so, I suggest you take a look at the Buckle Guard Pro.  This item is placed on top of the seat belt and covers the release button so your child can not push it and release the seatbelt.  The white cap you see in the picture is an FDA approved push-and-turn cap like the ones on prescription bottles. 

The Buckle Guard Pro is the follow up to the original Seat Belt Buckle Guard that came out in 1994.  This new model is more universal that the original and will fit the larger seat belt buckles in today's cars, vans, SUVs and buses. 

So now you can have that piece of mind while you drive with your child in the backseat knowing that they will not be able to unbuckle the seatbelt. My daughter is just getting to the point where she is starting to figure out the seatbelt, when she develops just a little more finger strength to push the button I am sure we will be putting this on her car seat and preventing her from being able to get out of her seat while we drive.

For more information or to order one, visit the Buckle Guard Pro website.  They are priced at $8.95 for one or $7.98 if you purchase 2. Plus, they have generous discounts if you order larger quantities and also have bus kits.

 Thanks to McNaughton Inc. for providing me with this item to review. 

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