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Monday, 25 August 2014

EasyBelts **REVIEW** and **GIVEAWAY**

**AD - Review**

Once kids get to a certain age they love being independent and whilst that's a great quality to have, it can also become a little stressful when they insist on doing jobs or things for themselves which you know they are going to find challenging to the point of them being frustrated. One of those jobs in out house is belts! James has always been super long and skinny and so almost all of his trousers fit great in the leg but are all to often then baggy around the waist. He insists on dressing himself but belts have just proven to be a little to tricky for him to master just yet. 

So when we discovered EasyBelts, which are easy to use belts designed perfectly for kids to use we couldn't wait to try them out. 


EasyBelts are designed with kids in mind. They are made from a high quality, durable elasticated webbing with a D ring and Velcro fastening making them perfect for little hands to use by themselves. The Velcro is a high quality and once stuck down the belt stays put even with little ones running around and playing. 


It took James a few attempts to get the hang of looping the belt around the D ring to loop in round onto the elastic, however once he got the hang of it he was absolutely fine and didn't really need any help at all. Another things James loved about the belt is the colour and design choices he had, you can ever choose from a range of motifs such as cars, butterflies, hearts and footballs for an extra personal touch. 


We chose the blue stripe design as it goes with pretty much anything and will be ideal for James to wear to school too. Since the belt is so easy to use for kids it is perfect for places like school, preschool or activities that you might not always be on hand to help with. After a few practices James was more than confident enough to do it all by himself and he loved that he didn't need to ask for help after the toilet etc. So not only are these belts super practical they also help build confidence and independence too. 



The actual material of the belt is soft and stretchy which means the belt is really comfortable to wear and doesn't rub or restrict when in use which is obviously really important when talking about kids who will be up and down, running around all the time. Not only that but since the belts are super stretchy they also grow with your child too so will last a good chunk of time as your child grows. 

Here is James showing just how easy it is to use and fasten the EasyBelt all by himself (James is 5 here btw).





Easybelts for children are priced between £5 and £7 per belt which I think is a fab price for something that really helps your child and because the belt is elasticated it will last your child ages. But these belts are not just for children, there is also a range for adults too which are perfect for those who struggle with traditional belts or who may have limited mobility but still want the independence. 


Do you think this would be something that would help your child? 

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How would you like the chance to win 1 of your own EasyBelts of your choice? 
You can enter below and 3 lucky winners will each get to choose a EasyBelt of their choice. 


Open to UK residents only. 3 winners will be selected at random using the rafflecopter winner selector. The winners will be contacted via email and will need to respond with a name, address and your choice of belt and size.

* I was not paid for this review. All opinions given are my own.
* If you would like me to review your product or service, please email me on xJessLegresleyx@hotmail.com.

54 comments:

  1. I like the pink easy belt for children

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  2. The toddler range pink belt with butterfly,it's adorable!
    Great giveaway,
    www.simplelifeofjade.blogspot.com
    xoxo

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  3. I would choose the Childrens Easybelts-Navy with Light Blue stripe belt

    Ashleigh

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  4. http://www.easybelts.co.uk/m/children-s-belts/boy-s-belts/easybelts-navy-blue-belt-with-a-light-blue-stripe.html

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  5. I like the navy with the light blue stripe

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  6. I don't think I have ever seen belts for little kids before x

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  7. Cool - they look like a modern take on the old skool 'snake belts' form back in the 80s

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  8. I love the look of these belts. I would choose the toddlers size in plain navy for my son x

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  9. we have that problem with waists

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  10. these look great - my middle daughter is tall but really skinny and it's hard to get trousers to fit!

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  11. When my boys were smaller we used snake belts that my brother used as a boy!

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  12. I like the pink easybelt with heart motif

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  13. Nice to see a fashionable belt for smaller people!

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  14. My daughter would love a pink belt. I'd like one big enough to stop my husband's builders bum ;-)

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  15. Your video is set to private and so others can't see it. The belt looks awesome though I think I might need one for Baby J.

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  16. I like the navy with light blue stripe children's belt for my little guy.

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  17. i would choose the boys navy blue belt

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  18. I would choose the grey multi-striped

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  19. My daughter is really skinny and her trousers constantly fall down, these look great.

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  20. My eldest was like that - in fact she's still got no bum and she's nine now! We found elasticated belts worked where traditional ones failed.

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  21. I would pick the pink stripes toddler belt

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  22. Navy with light blue stripes for children

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  23. Children Easybelts Light Brown with stripe

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  24. Girls butterfly belt has really caught my eye for my daughter's school trousers!

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  25. This is such a great idea. I always wonder why belts on really small kids clothes are so bloody hard to do! I always end up taking them off the clothes because as soon as they need to go to the toilet it's a big issue!! x

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  26. A grey school belt, buying trousers that fit are a nightmare.

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  27. I would choose The Purple & Pink girls belt with butterfly motif http://www.easybelts.co.uk/m/children-s-belts/girl-s-belts/chldrens-easybelts-purple-and-pink-striped-belt-with-butterfly-motif.html

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  28. Toddler Range-Navy Blue Belt with Football Transfer Belt

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  29. I would choose a boy's black belt :)

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  30. Pink Easybelt with Heart motif

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  31. Toddler Range-Navy with Red Stripe and Racing Car Motif Belt :)

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  32. school belt with light blue strap

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  33. Children's Easybelt -Pink EasyBelt with butterfly motif

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  34. I would choose the Children's Easybelts pink multiple striped belt

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  35. A black one for my son to wear to school

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  36. The Navy with light blue stripe and racing car motif.

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  37. The plain black childrens belt to try and keep my grandsons school trousers up a bit more!

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  38. Toddlers Range - Purple with Pink Stripe flower motif Belt

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  39. The navy with light blue stripe for my son

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  40. I would like the pink easy belt please.

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  41. Toddler Range-Navy Blue Belt with Football Transfer Belt

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