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    Default Clip to stop toddler getting out of car seat

    Sooo master 2 has worked out how to unbuckle his car seat and after visiting and calling multiple baby/auto shops today I keep getting told there is nothing on the market that will stop this yet I recall reading on here about something you can get that covers he button or something.

    Anyone know what I am talking about and where I can find one?

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    This is overseas but this is what you are after hey??

    http://www.mypreciouskid.com/baby-buckle-pad.html

    I wonder if they ship to Aus.

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    Yes! Thank you!!

    That first one looks perfect. The second one is cute though lol. Wonder if I could use both just to be safe

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    We have a Houdini strap which clips the two straps together to stop them slipping the straps off their shoulders. Doesn't matter how tight we made the straps DS would still get out of them. But hasn't worked out the Houdini strap yet.

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    where did you buy the houdini strap from?

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    Hello, you can get the houdini strap for $20 or something we got called a securewrap (made by infra secure) for $15 from baby haggle. We are in Adelaide so not sure if you have those interstate?
    The securewrap is like a sleeve that buttons over the straps with press studs, so far it has stopped our 17 month old escaping. She knows how to get it off but doesnt have the manual dexterity so I dont know how well it would work on an older kid but you could always try it out.
    The sales assistant said that the securewrap is better than the houdini strap if they already know how to escape and when I googled the houdini strap it seems a lot of kids can get out of them.
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    My little girl 22mth old got out of her Houdini strap first time I used it. Very disappointing waste of money for me. She can undo the clip.

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    There is a product called Buckle guard. Its meant to stop bubs pressing the red button on their clip.

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    I have heard that you can stick a piece of Velcro on the red buckle. It feels yucky under their finger and stops them pressing hard enough to undo it.
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