Reer Child Safety Latch with Finger Trap Protection 3 pcs
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Discreet lock for drawers & single cabinet doors with Finger Trap Protected.
Secured by screws.
Recommended for age 6 to 24 months.
The Reer Child Safety Latch with Finger Trap Protection (8207) is a low profile inside child lock for drawers and cabinet doors. It operates by having a catch within the cabinet or drawer that prevents the compartment being open fully at all times.
This Reer lock has an integrated finger lock protection mechanism that comes into action when the closed drawer or compartment is opened. A secondary catch prevents the door or drawer from closing completely. This helps to prevent children from closing the door or drawers on their fingers accidentally.
An adult can easily disengage the lock using their fingers through the narrow opening when they need to open or close the compartment.
- Simple, discreet solution
- Suitable for most drawers & single cabinet doors
- Secured by screws
- Recommended for age 6 to 24 months
|Lock Applications||Drawers, Single Cabinet door|
|Product Article Number||8207|
|Material||High quality Plastic|
|Included in box|
Dedicated to child safety since 1922
Reer is a german company headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany. For over 95 years, this traditional German company has provided young families with premium quality child safety products to help them with daily challenges taking care of their children. Reer continues to pursue the mission "More Safety for Children", to offer the youngest among us with the greatest protection possible.
With the safety solutions from Reer, parents can create a safe living environment with minimum effort, where their little ones can grow up and explore the world safely.
Even after almost a century, Reer continues to innovate to come out with better products that provides more safety and improve the well-being of families around the world. All Reer products not just meets the strict safety regulations for child safety products, they often exceeds the requirements in many areas that the company view as important safety considerations even if these are not explicitly spelled out in the safety standards.