Tommee Tippee Socket Covers Reviews
Product Type: Tommee Tippee safety products
Newest Review: ... This makes them inherently very safe and no other safety cover is necessary. In many sockets these shutters are opened by ... more
Customer Tommee Tippee Socket Covers Reviews (2)
by Peter M Munro - written on 09/09/08
Before buying and using these socket covers, or any other make, have a look at www.fatallyflawed.org.uk. The 13A "square" pin sockets used in the UK have had to conform to British Standard 1363 since the late 1940s. They HAVE to have a built in safety shutter on the live contacts. This makes them inherently very safe and no other safety cover is necessary. In many sockets these shutters are opened by inserting the earth (top) pin. So-called "safety" covers make the ideal tool for doing this when turned upside down or when broken. (See above website). Far from adding to safety, most, possibly all, "safety" ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/07/01, updated on 24/07/01 (Very useful, 170 readings)
My mum tells me that when i was little, the mischief I got up to was alraming. Me? Never! Apparantly, if it wasn't locked away I'd either swallow it, stick it up my nose or some other orafice! I can actually remember going to hospital to get a rubber out of my ear, so maybe my mother does speak the truth! One other thing that I was renowned for was sticking knitting needles into plug sockets. My poor mum thought I'd killed myself once. As there were no such things as child proof socket covers in those days (I'm not as old as that sounds!), mum used to have to put furniture in front of all the sockets! One good thing came from me ... Read the complete review
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