A while back, I was sent a Beltlock to try out. The Beltrock is designed to keep kids from undoing their seatbelt when riding in the car. It fits over the locking part of the seatbelt to protect the release button. The slots allow for the belt part (I know that there is some technical name to it but I don’t know it) to go into the lock, but little fingers won’t fit. To release, simply use a key or other long/slim object to press the release.
My daughter has been pretty good about not undoing her seatbelt while we are driving. However, once we stop someplace she’s out of her seat and waiting for the door to open. I know that it’s only a matter of time before she does undo it while driving, so I figure it never hurts to be prepared.
The Beltlock itself is oversized so that it can fit over any make of seatbelt. You simply set it on top of the locking part, and then inset the belt part into one of the slats to hold it in place & protect the release button. It only took me a second to put it on & a second to take it off later. And since it doesn’t latch directly onto the locking part, you can switch it between belts. I have been using it for a while for every trip out, and matter how hard she tries, my daughter has not been able to get the seatbelt undone. Her fingers won’t fit through the slats so she has to wait for me to unlock it. It is also very sturdy as well. Now only has it withstood a lot of use so far, but it has also stood up to my daughter stomping on it multiple times while getting out of the car.
Overall, the Beltlock is a must have for little ones. It’s simple to use and will help keeps your young ones safe. It is available for €12.50 (+ shipping). You can get more info about it at the Beltlock website.
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