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BabyDan Anti Tip Flatscreen TV Strap £2.99 delivered @ Argos

£2.99 @ Argos
With my TV falling off the stand in the past week its made me more safety conscious. Found this at half the price of most other retailers. The strap that can prevent the flat screen televison from t… Read More
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2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
With my TV falling off the stand in the past week its made me more safety conscious. Found this at half the price of most other retailers.
The strap that can prevent the flat screen televison from tipping over. Anti Tip TV strap simply secures to back of TV unit (fixings included) and then to back of cabinet or wall.

Prevents the TV from tipping over if pulled by a child.
The fixings simply fit into the existing TV brackets.
The fixings are black in colour so blend in behind the televsion.
The pack comes with an assortment of fixings for most popular TV makes.
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52 Likes
millymillz
I'd rather the Tv tip backwards then forwards onto my child


But the child can cushion its landing?
39 Likes
Cheaper solution, don't have kids
22 Likes
kuberhot
wayno93
Cheaper solution, don't have kids

u r like if someone's give you discount for being parent ,
u might get pregnant

???
21 Likes
millymillz
I'd rather the Tv tip backwards then forwards onto my child

Haha, you want the tv to rock backwards and then forwards on to your child? Is this for the extra momentum? Or did you mean 'than'?
11 Likes
kuberhot
wayno93
Cheaper solution, don't have kids

u r like if someone's give you discount for being parent ,
u might get pregnant

You do realise men can't get pregnant? And no, I'm not a seahorse

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39 Likes #1
Cheaper solution, don't have kids
#2
Not something i need but sounds useful for those with kids
#3
Got it delivered when i saw it on here last week. Great product, and keeps my TV safe!
#4
good find op, heat added :)
1 Like #5
looks like it wouldn't stop it tipping backwards....therefore only half a product ;)
#6
This was posted about 4weeks ago
2 Likes #7
lmaolmao
looks like it wouldn't stop it tipping backwards....therefore only half a product ;)
It most definitely wouldn't stop the tv tipping backwards which seem a bit pointless to me as most kids push on the tv (well mine anyway).
#8
wayno93
Cheaper solution, don't have kids


u r like if someone's give you discount for being parent ,
u might get pregnant
22 Likes #9
kuberhot
wayno93
Cheaper solution, don't have kids

u r like if someone's give you discount for being parent ,
u might get pregnant

???
3 Likes #10
I'd rather the Tv tip backwards then forwards onto my child
1 Like #11
Cheaper and safer solution, hang it on the wall
3 Likes #12
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jimbob2010
Cheaper and safer solution, hang it on the wall


TV brackets cost slightly more than 3 quid.
5 Likes #13
wayno93
Cheaper solution, don't have kids

Saner solution, don't have a TV
52 Likes #14
millymillz
I'd rather the Tv tip backwards then forwards onto my child


But the child can cushion its landing?
4 Likes #15
if any kid ever touched my TV it would be the first and last time!
11 Likes #16
kuberhot
wayno93
Cheaper solution, don't have kids

u r like if someone's give you discount for being parent ,
u might get pregnant

You do realise men can't get pregnant? And no, I'm not a seahorse
1 Like #17
how is babby formed?????
#18
Will this work on a 55 inch screen?
1 Like #19
RoboProd
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jimbob2010
Cheaper and safer solution, hang it on the wall


TV brackets cost slightly more than 3 quid.


Not also forgetting to mention also .. IF the Walls in your place are like made out of sodding Ply Wood (as a LOT of so-called 'Modern Houses' are these Days ... ) then hanging such a volumous contraption on your Wall could prove itself a death trap ... & in more ways then one ..... (know your House first basically? .. 1 generic solution NOT necessarily work for all? .. a 'trait' which seems to be a common 'rule of thumb' in this Country of late for some reason ..... hehe) lol. :-)
1 Like #20
wayno93
kuberhot
wayno93
Cheaper solution, don't have kids

u r like if someone's give you discount for being parent ,
u might get pregnant

You do realise men can't get pregnant? And no, I'm not a seahorse


Hahaha .. Big 'Arnie' did in the Movie he did some Years back called Junior (with Danny De Vito)? + IRONICALLY too .. the World's FIRST Pregnant MAN is a WOMAN!, NO JOKE!, so you'll be veryyyyyyyy surprised what Today is 'possible' for real ... (its already been Recorded in the Guiness Book of Records some 3+ Years ago or something?) .. look it up ..... Female Sperm Donors who were former Men are next me thinks ..... :-)
#21
BeanBoy464
how is babby formed?????


By watching too much porn ..... no wait, that contributes to making you go 'blind' instead? .. my bad! lol.
#22
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amour3k
RoboProd
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jimbob2010
Cheaper and safer solution, hang it on the wall

TV brackets cost slightly more than 3 quid.

Not also forgetting to mention also .. IF the Walls in your place are like made out of sodding Ply Wood (as a LOT of so-called 'Modern Houses' are these Days ... ) then hanging such a volumous contraption on your Wall could prove itself a death trap ... & in more ways then one ..... (know your House first basically? .. 1 generic solution NOT necessarily work for all? .. a 'trait' which seems to be a common 'rule of thumb' in this Country of late for some reason ..... hehe) lol. :-)

Well the plasterboard must be fixed to something i.e usually wooden beams/studs which are more than capable of taking the weight of a tv, maybe not a plasma. You can get a wall bracket for 5/10£ which I imagine is cheaper than the cost of this plus a tv stand. Also it looks much more cleaner and saves space. But I guess everyone has their own preference tbh.

Edited By: jimbob2010 on Dec 07, 2014 14:17
4 Likes #23
let me present to you the TV of the future

http://curtismathes.webs.com/1980%20Curtis%20Mathes%20TV%201-13-12%20002.jpg
#24
Have knocked a TV over & it smashed. Have drilled 2 small holes in each stand & screwed them down. Would rather a couple of holes than replace TV's. Have bumped it to the one in the bedroom several times & it is sound as a pound. Wont put a TV on my walls. Very soft are they
#25
what if they push the TV backwards? the top falls back & the bottom slides forward hitting the kid in the head.
#26
Good point
#27
wayno93
Cheaper solution, don't have kids


Or have the TV higher than said kids
#28
jimbob2010
Cheaper and safer solution, hang it on the wall
Yup
http://stream1.gifsoup.com/view/526703/exploding-tv-o.gif
#29
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jordcombo


But the child can cushion its landing?


Not terribly funny given that children have been killed that way.
21 Likes #30
millymillz
I'd rather the Tv tip backwards then forwards onto my child

Haha, you want the tv to rock backwards and then forwards on to your child? Is this for the extra momentum? Or did you mean 'than'?
#31
Use an old leather belt and a couple of nails.... proper job!
#32
As we are all gathered here can I ask does your flat screen TV lean forward slightly (on a stand not the wall obvs). Mine does and I can't stop it from doing so and it does my head in.
#33
eightace
As we are all gathered here can I ask does your flat screen TV lean forward slightly (on a stand not the wall obvs). Mine does and I can't stop it from doing so and it does my head in.

Yeah my nanny Plasma used to until I wall mounted it. I have no solutions, (apart from wall mounting) but I do feel your pain. It did my head in too.
6 Likes #34
Plumbboy55
eightace
As we are all gathered here can I ask does your flat screen TV lean forward slightly (on a stand not the wall obvs). Mine does and I can't stop it from doing so and it does my head in.

Yeah my nanny Plasma used to until I wall mounted it. I have no solutions, (apart from wall mounting) but I do feel your pain. It did my head in too.

Panny, not nanny! My Nanny's called Dilys, not 'plasma'
1 Like #35
speedypunkiemac
Have knocked a TV over & it smashed. Have drilled 2 small holes in each stand & screwed them down. Would rather a couple of holes than replace TV's. Have bumped it to the one in the bedroom several times & it is sound as a pound. Wont put a TV on my walls. Very soft are they


Yoda?
8 Likes #36
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Fish2013
Use an old leather belt and a couple of nails.... proper job!


Social services frown upon this now
#37
millymillz
I'd rather the Tv tip backwards then forwards onto my child

Are you not familiar with the phrase 'we learn by our mistakes'?
#38
great idea and cheap solution.
#39
dalmore12
let me present to you the TV of the future

http://curtismathes.webs.com/1980%20Curtis%20Mathes%20TV%201-13-12%20002.jpg

Would this play Minecraft?
#40
praevalens
millymillz
I'd rather the Tv tip backwards then forwards onto my child

Haha, you want the tv to rock backwards and then forwards on to your child? Is this for the extra momentum? Or did you mean 'than'?

This is one of the funniest things I've read in ages, well spotted pal!

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