Children and pets need special protection in the home. That’s why we’ve compared a variety of child safety devices for use in the home. Find out here what you need to look out for when buying child safety devices in the home and what criteria you can use to recognize really good child safety devices in the home.
Our checklist with the most important criteria for child safety devices in the household provides you with an overview so that you can then – supported by our product recommendations – choose the right modelfor you and your family.
- Socket fuses for plugging, screwing, gluing
- Fuses for windows
- Fuses for balcony doors
- Fuses for drawers and cabinet doors
- Socket protectors protect babies, small children, and pets from life-threatening electric shocks
- Fusesfor windows protect against accidents such as falling out of windows or injuries caused by being caught in them
- Fusesfor balcony doors protect against accidents on the balcony or lockouts
- Fusesfor drawers and cabinet doors protect babies, toddlers, and pets from dangerous objects and crushing injuries
- Child-proof locks in the home give parents the security that their child will not suffer injuries in unobserved moments or unintentionally clear out cabinets
- Babies and toddlers playfully explore their environment and, out of curiosity, like to insert foreign objects into sockets, even if they know they are not allowed to do so!
- Since babies crawl, they can even get into corners that are inaccessible to adults
- Fuses that permanently block the outlet are suitable for inaccessible corners where the outlet is never used anyway
- Some socket fuses block the socket from insertion of foreign objects, but open the contacts when a plug is inserted (suitable for frequently used sockets)
- Multiple socket strips usually have a built-in child safety lock, into which only plugs can be inserted, but not foreign bodies
- Plug-in fuses can be quickly removed without leaving any residue using the supplied key
- Adhesive f uses are more difficult to remove
- Screw-type f uses are permanently fixed in the socket with a screw and cannot be removed by children (very safe)
- For windows and balcony doors there are bolts that block the handle or fix the door or window to the frame
- Doors and windows can be opened by parents at any time
- For gluing or screwing on
- Depending on the version for drawers, sliding doors and / or swinging doors
- Invisible from the outside with magnetic lock (very secure) or push button
- With belt clip closure glued on from the outside (also over corners and for uneven edges)
Table of contents
Recommended Childproof Locks In The Household
Here you can find the top 15 among the most popular child safety devices in the household.
Tip: You can find many useful child-proof locks for windows in our guide to window locks
The Best Sellers Of Child Safety Locks In The Household
We have compiled the most popular child safety locks in the household for you in this bestseller list.
Tip: You can find recommended cabinet lock s in our guide to child locks for cabinets
Current Offers For Child Safety Locks Household
Here you will find a selection of current offers for child safety devices in the household.
FAQ For Child Safety Devices In The Household
Sockets with integrated childproofing can usually only be operated if all openings are operated at the same time. Children usually focus on only one opening, which keeps the child safety device activated. If an appropriate plug is inserted, the socket outlet opens and can be used normally.
How a childproofing outlet works depends on the particular type of fuse. You are welcome to take a look at our guide on the subject, there you will find a comprehensive and clear checklist that should answer all your questions.
In the household, you can and should install child-proof locks on cabinets, windows, sockets and drawers. Certain appliances (such as the stove) should also be secured. Partition grids and other fuses can also block access to certain rooms altogether (e.g., the kitchen). Certain closures (food, chemicals) also contain a child safety lock. Even furniture (changing area, bathtub) can be equipped accordingly. Especially for children whose heads are at the height of sharp edges (e.g. table edges) should be secured by appropriate protective measures. For this purpose, you can buy special accessories that make edges and corners safe. It is also important that you talk to your child about his safety. However, you must not rely on everything being taken into account or understood. Children break rules and try things out, that is quite normal. That’s why good protection is all the more important
How to remove the child safety lock from the socket depends on the type of fuse. If the fuse is glued, you can heat it with a hair dryer until the glue comes off. It is important that you always turn off the power when attempting to remove the fuse. Safety first. In our guide you will find many different types of child safety devices around the house
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