Keep ya' pants on and WIN with Easybelts

Carson is more academic than a physical kind of boy! He was the last in his class to learn how to jump or zip his coat and he battles with buttons too. So, complex fashion accessories like belts are an absolute no-no for this little dude.

Until, that is, we heard about Easybelts. A velcro belt that's fit for little hands to do do up themselves.

We were kindly offered the chance to take a look at one and were asked to choose a design we liked, so I called Carson to the lappy and let him browse the styles. They're available in a variety of designs and colours - from plain black to multi-striped with a feature image such as footballs or racing cars. He spent AGES looking through and eventually decided on the brown striped racing car design. Unlike clothes, these belts don't come in age sizes, but waist sizes. This makes perfect sense as, if your littl'un is anything like mine, there's always issues with leg:waist ratio in clothes! There is also an option of a standard or larger D-Ring, depending on how much ease the wearer needs in getting the belt through.

As soon as it arrived, it was like a party in our house! Never seen Carson so excited, LOL. He's got to review this belt for "the internet friends" of mine! He chose his outfit that would match the brown stripes of the belt and got started, all by himself. Funnily enough he chose a pair of shorts that are drawstring which always fall down - the reason they do, is because I can't tighten them for him as he can't undo knots, meaning a potential disaster at toilet time!!

Check out his handy work with the Easybelt...


Apart from him being ridiculously proud of himself for doing it up by himself, he was thrilled about the car design too, asking me to make sure his top was tucked in for all to see.

Moody Catalogue Pose!
And cue the "Am I Handsome?" pose too...

Handsome?
I asked Carson for his review and these are his actual words...
" It was quite good you know. I put it through the hole (D-Ring) and tightened it up and fastened the velcro myself. The style was a car and I thought it was going to be a tiny car when I chose it on the computer but really it was gigantic so I looked very swish indeed. I thought I couldn't really do a belt but I could with my car belt. With that belt now, all the ladies will love me." - Carson, age 5.
Big head!

Seriously though, I'd recommend Easybelts for any young child. They're thick so not likely to snag or fray and they are easily wiped with a cloth to clean too.  They also offer teen and adult sizes for those with difficulty in buckle & pin belts in general. Handy for any arthritis suffers, or similar.

Easybelts retail at around £6-£7 each and you can view the entire range HERE at Easybelts website. They'd love you to follow them on Twitter or like them on facebook too, I'm sure. Go say hi!

In conclusion, I think they're brilliant and I think you get the picture that Carson does too.

What do you think?

We've been given the opportunity to offer 3 of you lovely lot a chance to win a child's belt of your choice, simply enter via the rafflecopter widget below to register your chances and keep those fingers crossed! Competition closes at 11:59pm on 22nd August. GOOD LUCK GUYS!

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DISCLAIMER: Carson was offered a belt free of charge for the purposes of review. All opinions stated are my own - honest and open as always, and Carson's - fishing for compliments, as always!

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60 comments:

  1. I would love the Childrens Easybelt - Pink Belt with flower motif for my youngest daughter thank you! http://www.easybelts.co.uk/m/children-s-belts/girl-s-belts/eaasybelts-pink-with-flower-motif.html

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  2. Childrens pink multiple striped belt is my favourite

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  3. The black children's easy belt for my grandson who's about to start school

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  4. the boys navy with redstripe would be fab for my son x

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  5. The adult black easybelt, or the child's light blue easybelt with car motif. As I like them both. Adult for myself. Child would be for my Great-nephew.

    Rachel Craig

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  6. Light Brown stripe Belt - Young person/adults Belt for my boy

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  7. The pink stripe toddler butterfly belt

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  8. I like the light blue racing car one - perfect for my son!

    Ashleigh

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  9. Love that kid!! Anyhoo this is a fab idea!! Tyler hates belts only because he cant do them on his own! This would be so much easier for especially i like the grey one with the blue stripes and the racing car! http://www.easybelts.co.uk/m/easybelts-light-grey-belt-with-a-blue-stripe-and-racing-car-motif.html

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  10. I like this one - Toddler Range- Grey with Blue Stripe and Racing Car Motif Belt

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  11. The Light blue racing car

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  12. http://www.easybelts.co.uk/m/children-s-belts/boy-s-belts/navy-with-light-blue-stripe-and-racing-car-motif.html
    would love this for my godson xx

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  13. One of the racing car belts for my great nephew

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  14. Childrens Easybelts-Navy blue belt with a red stripe and a racing car motif :))

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  15. Young person/adults Easybelt - Navy Blue with light blue striped belt

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  16. Children Easybelts Light Brown with stripe

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  17. The black children's easy belt

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  18. id love the navy toddler one for my little boy

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  19. Childrens easy belt with racing cars

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  20. Children's Easybelt -Pink EasyBelt with butterfly motif
    For my daughter xx

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  21. I like the toddler racing car one and it would be for my son.

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  22. The pink butterfly one for my daughter :)

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  23. racing car belt for my nephew please

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  24. The football design for charity, to go to Romania.

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  25. I would choose the navy racing car design for my racing car mad son!!!!

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  26. Grey multiple striped Easybelt for Adults for my oldest son hes in much need of a decent belt

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  27. Children's Easybelts Brown with stripe Boy's Belt for my cousin's eldest

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  28. Childrens Easybelts-Navy with Light Blue stripe belt
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  29. Chldrens Easybelts Navy Blue with Football Transfer Belt - I'D choose this for my grandson

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  30. Black EasyBelt for adults for me

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  31. Pam Francis Gregory16 August 2014 at 10:49

    Easybelts-Navy blue belt with a red stripe

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  32. Navy blue belt with a red stripe and a racing car motif for my son x

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  33. Toddlers Range-Plain Navy Blue Belt

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  34. Grey with blue stripe, for my little man :)

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  35. Light Grey with Blue Stripe Easybelts for Children

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  36. We would choose the navy blue belt with racing car motif in the toddlers range, but they are all adorable! I'd get it for my little boy who starts at nursery soon!

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  37. Toddlers Range-Light Brown with Stripe Belts for my little boy :)

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  38. I'd get the toddlers navy and light blue with racing car for my little man as all his trousers are too big in the waist

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  39. The blue belt with the race car is fab

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  40. I'd like the race car one for my nephew :)

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  41. would pick the grey belt with the racing car motif

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  42. Terri-louise Dudey21 August 2014 at 12:57

    Would like the pink easy belt with flower motif for my 2 daughters

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  43. pink easy belt with butterflies

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  44. http://www.easybelts.co.uk/m/children-s-belts/girl-s-belts/eaasybelts-pink-with-flower-motif.html for my daughter, she is slim and has long legs so her trousers are always falling down

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  45. I would choose the childrens easybelt light blue for my seven year old son

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  46. The child's belt with the car design :-)

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  47. The boys navy with redstripe would be perfect for my son

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  48. http://www.easybelts.co.uk/m/children-s-belts/girl-s-belts/childrens-easybelts-pink-belt-with-butterfly-motif.html
    my daughter loves butterflies

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  49. Lucy Wood-Stoddard22 August 2014 at 09:01

    Great prize! I would like the easybelt navy blue with red stripe and racing car for my son :)

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  50. it have to be the Childrens Easybelts-Navy with light blue stripe and racing car motif for my little boy. claire davey

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  51. Toddler Range-Navy with Red Stripe and Racing Car Motif Belt for my 3 year old son whos really small for hi age xx

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  52. The pink stripe toddler butterfly belt is my fav

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  53. I would choose Toddlers Range- Navy Blue Belt with Racing Car motif for my son

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  54. I would get the toddler navy racing car one for my two year old son

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  55. The Light Brown and Stripe with Racing Car Belt for my son.

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  56. light blue racing car one

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  57. The pink stripe butterfly belt :)

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