2 in 1 Anti-Tip TV Straps


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Anti-Tip safety bracket with strap prevents falls
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Furniture anchor anti tip device and tipping restraint kit
Furniture anchor anti tip device and tipping restraint kit

Qdos Advantages

The upper part of the strap is bolted to the TV and then secured to the furniture with the Adhesive Furniture Mounting Plate or with screws. The lower part of the strap is attached to the wall with our unique SecureHooks™ that securely holds the Wall Bracket in a hollow drywall,completely without using anchors or tools.
Qdos SecureHooks™ only make a hole the size of a picture hook, minimizing damage to walls. Installation is simple, just press the point of the wall hook through the drywall.
The 2 in 1 Anti-Tip TV Straps are incredibly strong when installed with the SecureHooks™. They can easily withstand the weight of over 200 lbs hanging from them. This is stronger than the weight of two children climbing on the furniture at the same time.
Furniture restraints are a "necessary evil" to keep children safe. Covers give the installation a finished look. Take pride in knowing you have done the right thing for your child's safety.
The straps are quick and easy to release for cleaning or reclaiming anything that has fallen behind the furniture. When it's time to permanently remove the 2 in 1 Anti-Tip TV Straps, the SecureHooks™ simply twist out of the wall. For damage free removal, use a rounded knife and follow the removal instruction for the SecureHold adhesive.

2 in 1 Anti-Tip TV Straps FAQs

Yes, recognizing that nobody wants to drill holes in their walls or furniture, we designed our straps to be installed completely without screws into drywall if you so desire. The attachment to the furniture is a small half circle disc with adhesive that goes on top of the furniture, while the attachment to the wall uses two of our unique Secure Hooks that you simply push right through the drywall in between studs and thereby secure the wall bracket. This only creates nail size holes similar to hanging a picture. Alternatively you can also use screws to attach the strap to the back of the furniture and into the studs, if you prefer.
Unfortunately this is a much bigger and more serious issue than most parents recognize. Based on statistics from CPSC, every year about 25 kids die in furniture tip overs and another 32,000 need care in emergency rooms! All this is totally preventable by simply securing all furniture to the walls.
In a simulation of a chest with the top drawer pulled all the way out and 200 lbs. of weight hanging from the drawer front the chest did not tip over. This corresponds to the weight of more than two 5 year olds, of the 95th percentile (69 lbs. each) in weight, climbing on the chest at the same time, which would represent a worst case scenario.
No. There is no need to drill into the wall if you use the Secure Hooks to install into the drywall as they only make a nail size hole.
You simply pull the strap upwards until the slack is taken out and the cam lock automatically secures the strap. We also provide a cover for the cam lock to make the installation look neat and clean.
Each long-lasting Nylon strap holds over 200 lbs.
It’s made from one of the strongest engineered plastic materials available called POM, so it will definitely hold up to any tipping force on the furniture.
The wall bracket can always be reused, simply pull out the wall hooks or unscrew the screws. If the adhesive disc has been used to attach to the furniture it cannot be reused as the adhesive only meant for a single use. However, there is always the option of removing the disc and instead install the cam lock with screws into the furniture in the new location.
You can release the tension in the strap by releasing the strap through the cam lock. This will then allow you to move furniture away from the wall to clean.
Sorry, 2 in 1 Anti-Tip TV Straps was designed for use on drywall only BUT, you can still anchor it to a plaster wall if you can find a stud in the wall to screw into.
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