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Product Review: Happy Hands

Posted by SussexMummy | Posted in Product Reviews | Posted on 12-09-2012

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Little fingers find their ways into lots of things they shouldn’t, but one of the biggest dangers for me is getting them trapped in doors. Once your child becomes mobile they are away before you can blink, and if your little one is anything like mine, they are fascinated with doors. Doors open. Doors close. Doors are AMAZING if you are a small child. One way to help protect little fingers is to invest in some Happy Hands.

Happy Hands are an ingenious, and rather cute, invention which fastens to the top of the door. Once adjusted it prevents the door from closing on little fingers, resulting in happy hands!

As you can see the cute hand is fitted with a sticky pad to the top of the door. Once pivoted 90 degrees it prevent the door from shutting my wedging its own fingers in the way, and not your little ones.

We have this on Little Man’s bedroom door. He merrily runs in and out of there whenever we’re upstairs, and once we remove the sides from his cot bed and he’s free to roam, I expect it will be well used, so for us its important to have the Happy Hand there.

Happy Hands can be bought online at the Fingershield website.

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