Sliding foam bumper can be toggled "on" and "off" without removing the entire guard. Protects door frames from dings and dents. Slip on design is quick and easy to install. Less obtrusive than others.
Pricey. Might be a tight fit on thicker doors.
High density EVA foam retains its shape for a snug fit, use after use. Soft construction is gentle on doors and frames. Slides on and off with ease. Can be fitted on the side or top of doors. Fits most door sizes.
Can break with repeated or excessively forceful door slamming.
EVA foam construction combined with a simple "C" shape does its job and couldn't be easier to install. Works on both the tops and sides of doors. Comes with a lifetime money back guarantee.
Some users complained of a chemical odor. Feels a bit flimsy.
Set of four finger pinch guards and four clear corner guards takes care of two major toddler-proofing essentials. Finger pinch guards effectively prevent door slamming. Clear corner guards are blend into the background.
We wish the bright blue finger pinch guards were as inconspicuous as the corner guards.
Fits most door sizes. Flexible EVA foam doesn't lose its shape in a hurry. Can be installed on the side or top of doors and some users even managed to successfully place them on hinges. Feels sturdier than most.
There's always a chance of losing one in between use.
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One of the most painful accidents you can have, no matter what age you are, is getting your finger pinched in a door. It causes excruciating pain and may prompt a stream of unfortunate words to flow. But thanks to finger pinch guards, these types of injuries need never happen again. Most pinch guards are made of a durable EVA foam – the same foam that comprises many floor and exercise mats. They slip around the door's edge or over the top to prevent closing. You'll want a pinch guard that is easily mountable, doesn't come loose, and is safe for your door's finish. A different version will lock the door in place when it is slightly open, so there is no danger of pinching.
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