I've got those nice self-closing drawers in my kitchen--you know, the nice quiet-closing ones? Problem is, those kinds of drawers turn a normal latch-type drawer-lock into a finger-pinching monster (for adult, as well as for child-size fingers).
The Jippie's Magneetslot solved this problem completely, as you can see at the video I linked at the very bottom.
Watch the other video here at Bol.com... Or here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=1&v=9F6W4_jhXoY
Watch it twice or three times.
Also, take note: The tape is very sticky and very strong, and you won't easily be able to reposition it. Keeping that in mind, it's important--before you peel any tape backing--to take a little time to fit the pieces together (as shown in the video) and hold everything in place, to make sure it's going to fit and work where you're trying to put it.
When you're finally satisfied, go ahead and install the latch (as in the video).
The actual installation could take less time than opening and reviewing the contents of the package, and most certainly much less time than it has taken you to read this review!
Tips: If you aren't sure where to put the magnetic key, consider just sticking it way high up out of the reach of the kids, on the refrigerator. It is--after all--a magnet! Also, if you're like me, and you still want to have a spare, the keys are available separately.
Plus points: Ease of installation, no screws needed (can be used, but that tape is quite strong). My house is a rental, so that's a big plus for me.
I also like that the locks can be manually over-ridden; and locked open.
Drawback: Since I installed mine in drawers (in my case, Keller cabinets), I was a little disappointed about how far into the drawer the latch mechanism sticks (about 4.5 cm). I simply modified my silverware tray (see photo) as a work-around, cutting out a notch out in the corner, leaving room to access the lock and over-ride switch.