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BUCKLE BOSS    


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Picture of BUCKLE BOSS The Buckle Boss is a seat belt lock designed to prevent children with emotional and cognitive disabilities from releasing the seat belt while the car is in motion. Designed specifically to work with seat belts with an upright configuration and a red push-button release, this slotted cover fits over the button and belt receiver slot. The seat belt is inserted into the side slot of the Buckle Boss over the seat belt receptacle and locked in as it normally would be. The Buckle Boss prevents the release button from being pressed. To unlock the seatbelt, insert the end of another belt, a key, a nail file, or a similar item in the center slot and depress the red release button.

Notes: Buckle Boss is a trademark of GBY Inc. ** Shipping and handling charges are not included in the purchase price listed.

Price: 14.00 .

This product record was updated on March 11, 2009.

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Manufacturer:

GBY Inc

PO Box 386
Lincoln, Massachusetts 01773
United States
Telephone: 781-259-9677.
Web: http://www.buckleboss.com.
Email: PowersBuckleme@aol.com.


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Distributor(s):

eSpecial Needs, LLC

11704 Lackland Industrial Drive
St. Louis, Missouri 63146
United States
Telephone: 877-664-4565 or 314-692-2424.
Fax: 800-664-4534 or 314-692-2428.
Web: http://www.eSpecialNeeds.com.
Email: sales@eSpecialNeeds.com.


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