Safety Blind Cord Lock Away review

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RRP  £5.99

by motherandbaby |
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The Safety Blind Cord Lock Away is a great safety product! It comes with clear instructions and a special screwdriver (as well as a sticker option) to aid fitting.

It works best on bigger windows but is not so practical for smaller windows as the wand (60cm) is quite big (and long) and covers most of the cord, which makes it awkward to open and close the blinds.

The product eliminates potential risk and offers peace of mind – a must-have for anyone with blinds (and small children!).

Product Information

  • Sizes available: 40cm (selected outlets), 60cm and 126cm variants. All priced accordingly

  • Child Safety Wand keeps looped cords and chains out of children's reach, and is also pet friendly

  • Speedy products Cord Lock Away is a child safety want that uniquely raises the height of the accessible cord/beaded chain out of a child's reach

  • Once fitted the device remains in place and the upper region of the cord/beaded chain can be used to operate the blind in the usual way

  • Fits over the continuous looped cords and chains including ones with cord joiners/connectors

  • Easy to install. Wall holder included, item is 60cm long for all standard size windows.

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