BeltLock Review

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Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

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Is your little one always unbuckling their seatbelt while you’re on the middle of the highway? Can you never finish a trip without having to pull over multiple times to buckle their seatbelt again? Even though I’m on my third child, safety is my number one priorety. I discovered a new and easy way to keep your kid strapped into the seat; Beltlock! This is a small orange plastic piece that covers the seat belt receiver. The only way to get it off is to stick a key into the small space in the Beltlock.

I used this in my car on the way to visit my mom with my kids. My youngest is hitting his terrible twos and likes to get into everything. He tries to unbuckle his seat belt while we’re in the car so I tried this out to see how well it worked; The whole ride down there, he couldn’t get to his seat belt. I know this works well unlike other products that kids can work at to open. The Beltlock was a great way to keep the 2 year old in his seat and he couldn’t get his seat out.

The Beltlock team created this device for Project5. The Beltlock is very affordable and easy to install. Only the parents can get it undone because the child cannot reach through the space to unlock it. I had used my house key to undo his seatbelt. This is an effective way to keep your child strapped in for the entire ride. I wish that they had this product when my other two children were younger because my older boy would always get out of his seat.

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Author: Nikki

My name is Nikki. I am a stay at home mom of 4. My oldest is getting ready to head off to college, the other almost in high school. We have 2 little ones also 3 years old and a newborn. I have a passion for writing and I love doing reviews to help other moms like me find the right stuff for my family.

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