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Safety 1st Grip n' Twist Door Knob Cover
3.64 / 5 based on 28 Reviews
Your Child Comes First™ Home Safety. Glows in the dark for nighttime use. Access to door knob for easier grip. Sleek modern design blends in with home d cor 544-1108. see more...
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- "We have one on our youngest door to make sure her big brother can't get to her. " in 1 review
LOVE this invention!! They're super easy to use. And with the help of this product, I've been able to safely "lock" my daughter in her room to train her to stay in her own room at night. In case of emergency, I believe she could still use it. But for every day use, it just spins around the door knob. We love it!
I'm only giving 1 star because my son was able to take them off with no trouble. Once he figured it for the first time, they became useless and u felt like I wasted my money. The idea is great, but final product is flawed. I do love how they glow in the dark, very easy to find.
This product does it job , sometimes a little too well and i wasn't even able to get the door open ,but I think it is well made and I recommend it , ird definetly safe
Good product does its job of keeping kids and even some adults out. It does break every so often so I'm careful with them.
I have this on my basement door. It is handy because my four year old does not need to go downstairs and my one year old can't open doors. However, if my son did need to use the door, he would not be able to open it. It is difficult to maneuver.
These worked well at first. Our intention was to keep baby out of the bathroom (and stringing toilet paper all over). But our oldest had a hard time opening doors through the grip holes (adults did as well). Eventually, our little one learned how to take them off door knobs.
I like the re-design. I used to not be able to open a single door that had these on there, now it is easier for me but still hard for a child! Works!
My son can't open a door period but we still have these on the important doors just in case he learns how to open them all of a sudden. But I have had adults that had to have my help cause they couldn't figure out how to open them. Sometimes when I'm turning the door knob my nail gets stuck between the safety piece & the actual doorknob. Also it comes apart pretty easily. I guess we'll see how it goes as he learns to open doors.
They work well when the kids don't cling on them and take them apart!
Great product! We use them on the bathroom doors to keep the kids out. I have a 3 year old who likes to be independent but these help to keep her out of places she is not suppose to be. We also have one on the front door to keep her from going outside on her own.
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