Thursday, February 03, 2011

New Product Alert - Kid-E-Cover - A Safe, Easy Alternative to Those Outlet Covers

Please allow me to introduce you to a company created by single dad of two, Mitchell  who created a product to protect his daughters.  Elicole, LLC sent me a product called Kid-E-Cover and I am so happy to show it to you.
When I was about 3 months pregnant with my son back in 2003, safety in the home was a top priority. Long before Handsome even made an appearance in the house, we got outlet plugs, door latches, and those locks for the window blind cords.
Everything was easy to use and gave me the confidence I needed when my little guys started to toddle. However, outlet covers were often a problem. Not only was my son protect and couldn't remove them (great), but I also couldn't remove them (not so great).  I found myself getting things that I could wedge underneath to pry them off. annoying!

Kid-E-Cover, gives you the protection you need for your babies but, allows you the ease of a button to open those outlets for whenever you need them.

Simply, shut the power off, get a screw driver, remove the outlet cover, toss it! You won't need that anymore. Then with a quick turn of the screw driver your outlet is installed and ready to go!

Here is what Mitchell has to say about his product:

"The patented cover plate features an internal shutter system that effectively covers the plug apertures when not in use, and automatically retracts when an electrical plug is withdrawn. It has a slimmer and aesthetically appealing design than those currently on the market, and offers ease of use by an adult, yet is a viable deterrent to a child’s access to the outlet plug.  The cover plates are molded from a fire retardant plastic that meets UL standards for safety and are made in the USA (Hamburg, Michigan). The existing design fits standard electrical outlets (another version is currently in development to fit the decor outlet plugs).

I think the Kid-E-Cover is a unique, and simple solution to exposed electrical outlets commonly found in homes."
Buy: Available in 5 Packs, 25 Packs, and 50 Packs. Order here.

The Giveaway:  A (5) Pack of Kid-E-Covers

The Sponsor: Elicole, LLC

To Win:
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Disclosure: I am hosting this giveaway for Red Envelope who 
provided the giveaway and a coupon code for me.


  1. Anonymous2:43 PM

    what a really cool product. thanks for letting me know.

  2. I learned how affordable they are at only $3 each!

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  10. I learned you shouldn't paint these covers!

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