CORDAID IS NOW ALSO AVAILABLE FROM 

                                   

                     


The Cordaid device cannot be purchased in retail stores due to anti competitive behaviour.


DEAR CONSUMER

We are now in 2016 and yet since the mandatory CIWC safety regulation which became mandatory back in 2011, the cleat is still not being UTILISED when new window blinds are being installed today.

(2 years of renovations at the Prime ministers lodge costing 9.4 million dollars but yet no cleats were installed too secure the window blind cords).

How much more evidence does one person have to provide before serious changes are made so that more innocent children's lives are not taken away so needlessly.

Please share.

UNBELIEVABLE REPLY LETTER FROM THE PM's OFFICE ABOUT MY CONCERNS CAN BE

VIEWED ON THE PHOTOS PAGE.

6 preventable window blind cord accidents in Australia since my cause and subsequent invention.


          WOULD YOU LIKE A MORE PRACTICAL AND EFFECTIVE SAFETY DEVICE TO SECURE YOUR WINDOW BLIND CORDS BESIDES A CLEAT?

 


CORDAID AS SEEN ON 'A CURRENT AFFAIR'

Thank you ACA and Channel Nine for shedding light on this tragic and preventable issue.

(Viewer discretion is advised).


THE MANDATORY CIWC SAFETY STANDARD OF 2010

http://www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/F2010C00801

 THE MANDATORY CIWC SAFETY STANDARD OF 2014

http://www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/F2014L00363 

*The CIWC safety standard/regulation does not apply to the sale of the retro fitted Cordaid device for the public who have existing old window blinds as the Cordaid device is not a Corded internal window blind covering.


UNFORTUNATE EVIDENCE IN 2015 THAT PROVES CLEATS ARE STILL  AN EYESORE  AND NOT BEING UTILISED TO THE DETRIMENT OF DEFENCELESS CHILDREN'S LIVES.

"Better Homes and Gardens" on channel seven and "The Living-room" on channel 10 are also ignoring this issue as of June 2015 even though I have been writing to all of them since January 2012.

They may not be legally responsible but they are defiantly morally responsible for not being caring and being empathetic towards the 6 defenceless children who been needlessly killed and their devastated family and friends and the doctors, nurses and police being traumatised every time this issue is ignored on national television.

    


  TESTIMONIAL     

Mr John Williamson from 'PARENTS FOR WINDOW BLIND SAFETY' who recently lost his grand-daughter to a looped blind cord accident stated to me after visiting my home in Perth back in 2011. "All internal window blinds with cords that can cause a strangulation hazard should be removed and phased out from households asap but unfortunately it wont happen over night, but for now after seeing this retro fitted device, i believe that this device is an effective and pragmatic solution in your home to keep internal blinds cords away from your loved ones". To find out more about Mr Williamson's cause please visit www .abc .net.au /local/audio/2011/03/30/3177979.htm .


REDESIGNED CORDAID DEVICE

Due to consumer requests, the (Larger) Cord Aid device has now been redesigned to also accommodate roller blinds chains/cords as well, this is due to the fact that a lot of concerned parents have told us that they have roller blinds installed on their bay windows with no structure to screw in a safety device to be able to secure their looped cords/chains. (excluding the blind cord chains below as the chain would be too long.)

CORDAID COMES IN TWO RETRO FITTED SIZES AND CAN BE INSTALLED ON

Roller Blinds with looped cords/chains, Curtain, Bamboo, Roman and Venetian blind cords that have tassel's/beads attached on the end of the cords.

The Cordaid device is not practical enough to be used on Vertical blinds


     

FOR EACH DEVICE

No GST

In Australia

For overseas orders please email us your order first. (Not available in North America)


For retail orders please click the below Buy now icon to order via Pay-Pal or Direct Bank Deposit.

For wholesale orders please go up to the wholesale link at the top of the page and email us your details.

(Granted patent design application number 345627 (12631/2012)