umm... how would that concept safety proof anything? seeing as the power point is the place where electricity comes from and not the power plug :/
looks cute though!
Ehhhh, I'm pretty sure that wouldn't stop a kid from playing with it.
that is brilliant!I've been zapped a view times and I think this could have helped.
looks very useful
That's a pretty good idea :)
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about time they thought of something like this!
That'd be good for people that own guinea pigs too.
Looks like a solution to the wrong problem.
If your hand slips or something and you touch the rods, that sucks. This would help, haha.
its like foreskin on a usb jack
might actually encourage kids to play with it. it looks cool.but i understand the reasoning. i wonder if it really works..
very smart invention, i bet a lot of parents will get this
I'm not quite seeing how it's childproof, but maybe I just need to see it being tried to be pulled out.
ooo thats cool
again cool invention.
not good for keeping kids from sticking stuff in the socket, but I can see it keeping people like me from getting shocked unplugging stuff (it happens all the time).
I think this a good idea! Less kids will be shocked!
Very good idea!!!! xD
Doesn't seem like it would help at all... :/
Looks technologic !
professional tool :)
Wow! it's great
you are one of my favourite blogers
how much does it cost?
Cant see how this protects children
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that looks safe i must get it
how are we supposed to learn not to do it then
ah comon :((
great idea, in some countries there are 3 holes in the sockets so if you want to put anything into the live ones you have to first push in a blocker in the neutral pin hole, unless you do this nothing can get into the live holes. this prevents children from sticking their fingers in.
Doesn't seem like such a great concept to me.
Saving the gene pool from cleaning once again I see
ridiculous and also dumb looking
kind of like this idea
I'm not sure what kind of protection that actually offers. After all, the electricity is in the wall! I suppose it keeps the prongs behind the rubber whilst the plug is being pulled out, though, which could be helpful? In England, we have three pronged plugs with the longest prong being "earthed", so this wouldn't be much helped over here (or less help, anyway).
While I like the idea of Darwinism... I still think this is pretty nifty. hah
Kids will always find ways to electrocute themselves!
It's comforting to assume that a lot of time and money went into this pointless endeavor.
I remember when I first electrocuted myself with an outlet. Although I could have died, I never did it again.
Its already patented. good try
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