FAS Seat Belt Buckle Guard
The FAS Buckle Guard is an Australian designed car restaint that offers
protection to those at risk of accidentally undoing their seat belt in cars.
The Buckle Guard slips over existing seat belt buckles and once applied,
the user will not be able to undo the seat belt buckle. The seat belt buckle
can be safely released by inserting any key-size object in one of the slots.
The universal size suits most car seat belts. For those with
non-standard sized seat belts contact us for further information.
The Buckle Guard is made of ABS plastic hence is very difcult to
break. The package comes with a webbing cutter for emergency use,
a wedge spacer, and a warning label.
It is recommended by the Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZ
4370:1996 that a medical certicate from a medical practitioner and a
proper prescription form be completed before we supply this Buckle
Guard. A copy of the medical certicate should be kept in the vehicle
that the user is in. Periodic review of use is also recommended.
A snap-off wedge spacer is provided for ling up loose space
allowing the buckle to rest snugly inside. Two releasing slots are
available on the Buckle Guard.
Model No. SVBG-U101 58 mm W x 36 mm H x 60 mm D
Patent Number: (Australia) AS2005100698
(China) 200530063856 & 200520064194.8
(USA) 11/470999
The Buckle-Guard see-through design ensures it is functioning.
It complies with Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZ
4370:1996 - Restraint of Children with Disabilities in Motor Vehicles.
Releasing slots
4 Easy steps to install the
Buckle Guard
1. Slide buckle into Buckle Guard, fasten buckle by
inserting the tongue through the half opening end.
2. Insert Wedge-shape Spacer (can be broken into two
pieces), slide along wall to take up loose space.
3. Fix spacer with adhesive tape.
4. Insert a key type object into one of the two slots to
release the seat belt buckle .
Seating & Transport - car seatS & car restraints
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Important!
When purchasing a car restraint device such as car seats, buckle guard, transport
supporter, E-Z-On vest etc., clients should follow the recommendations of the
Australian Standard AS/NZ 4370:1996 - Restraint of Children with Disabilities in
Motor Vehicles. A copy of a Medical Certicate specifying the reasons behind
using a car restraint should be carried in the vehicle the user travels in.
The use
of a car restraint should be subject to periodic reviews.
IMportant notice:
before ordering a car restraint PLease download
an order & prescription form from
www.fasequipment.com