BabyStart 22-Piece Home Safety Set now £2.99 C+C / Babystart Wooden No Trip Gate now £12.99 C+C @ Argos
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BabyStart 22-Piece Home Safety Set now £2.99 C+C / Babystart Wooden No Trip Gate now £12.99 C+C @ Argos

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Found 11th Jan
Says it was originally £14.99, would never pay that but now it's down to £2.99, the contents look good for the money.

Your baby is naturally curious so it's important to safe guard against little accidents in the home with some home safety accessories. The BabyStart Home Safety Set is an excellent starter set with a variety of items for use in different rooms in the house.

  • Cupboard and drawer locks are ideal for the kitchen.
  • The finger safe can be used on any door to stop it slamming on little fingers.
  • Socket covers should be used in any exposed plug sockets that baby could reach.
  • Corner cushions are perfect for coffee tables and also on kitchen worktops or tables when your little one is taller.
  • The closestool lock can be used in various places such as cupboard doors, microwaves or even toilet seats.
  • Includes 1 finger safe, 8 socket covers, 4 corner cushions, 2 cupboard locks, 6 drawer locks, 1 close stool lock.

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Babystart Wooden No Trip Gate now £12.99

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With a wide walk through section and one handed opening and locking it is easy to keep your little ones safe. 2 way opening, double locking and screw fit features make it easy for parents as well.

Safety gate features:

  • Screw fit.
  • 2 way opening.
  • Double locking.
  • 1 handed opening and locking.
  • Wide walk through section.
  • Height 73cm.
  • Fits openings from 71.5 to 78.5cm.
  • Maximum width with extensions: 78.5cm
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Just FYI all the the evidence is that socket covers increase the risk of electrocution. UK sockets have a mechanism in place to prevent access to the live and neutral connections unless an earth connection is made (or something put into the earth hole).
The covers open this mechanism and negate the safety benefit provided by it.
They should never be used.
stave8425 m ago

Just FYI all the the evidence is that socket covers increase the risk of …Just FYI all the the evidence is that socket covers increase the risk of electrocution. UK sockets have a mechanism in place to prevent access to the live and neutral connections unless an earth connection is made (or something put into the earth hole).The covers open this mechanism and negate the safety benefit provided by it.They should never be used.

This.

fatallyflawed.org.uk/
The safest electrical socket in the world and people compromise it by putting something in the earth portion. Those socket covers are only worth using if you're living in a house with 70s or older wiring. Anything newer should have the 'earth pin draw bridge'.
Edited by: "mogsog" 15th Jan
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Thanks op
Bought one of these years ago for £9.99. Well worth it if you've inquisitive toddlers. Great price
Just FYI all the the evidence is that socket covers increase the risk of electrocution. UK sockets have a mechanism in place to prevent access to the live and neutral connections unless an earth connection is made (or something put into the earth hole).
The covers open this mechanism and negate the safety benefit provided by it.
They should never be used.
Thanks just reserved one
stave8425 m ago

Just FYI all the the evidence is that socket covers increase the risk of …Just FYI all the the evidence is that socket covers increase the risk of electrocution. UK sockets have a mechanism in place to prevent access to the live and neutral connections unless an earth connection is made (or something put into the earth hole).The covers open this mechanism and negate the safety benefit provided by it.They should never be used.

This.

fatallyflawed.org.uk/
Voted hot. I remember spending around £20 on this sort of stuff when our two came along! Bargain.(y)
Thanks OP. Ordered 2x.
The overbearing bed wetting mothers will love this.
stave842 h, 58 m ago

Just FYI all the the evidence is that socket covers increase the risk of …Just FYI all the the evidence is that socket covers increase the risk of electrocution. UK sockets have a mechanism in place to prevent access to the live and neutral connections unless an earth connection is made (or something put into the earth hole).The covers open this mechanism and negate the safety benefit provided by it.They should never be used.


I argued with my mother in law about this a few weeks ago when she offered us a few. But then she’s my mother in law, so I can’t do anything right!
Bought one today... cheers
Poor reviews mostly because of cheap quality.
These kits are useless. That is coming from someone who has used them.

The socket covers, stem from our American cousins. Who have stupid socket designs and no off switches. UK plug sockets are the best designed and safest in the world. They self protect from prying fingers.
The corner guards, do not stick properly.
Corner drawer locks, the foam sticky pads stick very well but the foam just tears, leaving sticky pads on both surfaces.
The Screw on door limiters. Unless you have fingers like a concert pianist of no bones in your hand are too small most of the time.
The door foam guard, in practice is a handy idea, though keep a door closed and letting natural child height keep it secure is the best option.
Ordered thanks good find op
Not so sure about the RRP of £14.99 but £2.99 is a decent price.
Good find but already posted 4 days ago.
Ah fair enough, it didn't suggest it was a duplicate when I was submitting. You are correct however.
It is a good deal. I bought only the hook type things from ebay for £2.85. (The ones on bottom left)
The safest electrical socket in the world and people compromise it by putting something in the earth portion. Those socket covers are only worth using if you're living in a house with 70s or older wiring. Anything newer should have the 'earth pin draw bridge'.
Edited by: "mogsog" 15th Jan
mogsog3 h, 30 m ago

The safest electrical socket in the world and people compromise it by …The safest electrical socket in the world and people compromise it by putting something in the earth portion. Those socket covers are only worth using if you're living in a house with 70s or older wiring. Anything newer should have the 'earth pin draw bridge'.


I saw a video suggesting its more dangerous to have these covers than not to have them.
Mark433 m ago

I saw a video suggesting its more dangerous to have these covers than not …I saw a video suggesting its more dangerous to have these covers than not to have them.


It's not a suggestion- it IS more dangerous to use these covers than not. They give your inquisitive person a nice tool to bypass the safety features built in to the socket which would otherwise keep them from getting into trouble!
Please don't use socket covers, accident waiting to happen.
Or don't bother and save yourself £2.99. The crap that these companies get us concerned parents to buy is frightful. Suppose you've got to ask yourself are you still alive, all grownup and did your parents have or use these?
A condom would be cheaper. Hot deal though.
How to make you plug socket more dangerous! Plug socket ‘protectors’ should be banned.
stave8411th Jan

Just FYI all the the evidence is that socket covers increase the risk of …Just FYI all the the evidence is that socket covers increase the risk of electrocution. UK sockets have a mechanism in place to prevent access to the live and neutral connections unless an earth connection is made (or something put into the earth hole).The covers open this mechanism and negate the safety benefit provided by it.They should never be used.


Thank you. I have argued this, but my other half wouldn’t believe me
Received today it isgreat thanks again
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Your baby is naturally curious so it's important to safe guard against little accidents in the home with some home safety accessories. The BabyStart Home Safety Set is an excellent starter set with a variety of items for use in different rooms in the house.

  • Cupboard and drawer locks are ideal for the kitchen.
  • The finger safe can be used on any door to stop it slamming on little fingers.
  • Socket covers should be used in any exposed plug sockets that baby could reach.
  • Corner cushions are perfect for coffee tables and also on kitchen worktops or tables when your little one is taller.
  • The closestool lock can be used in various places such as cupboard doors, microwaves or even toilet seats.
  • Includes 1 finger safe, 8 socket covers, 4 corner cushions, 2 cupboard locks, 6 drawer locks, 1 closestool lock.
  • CLEARANCE ! LOW STOCK BE QUICK !
Fatal.Exception16th Jan

A condom would be cheaper. Hot deal though.


If they had condoms they wouldn't have any use for these lol
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