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Northstate Superyard Light Gray

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  • 6-panel Superyard Classic encloses up to 18.5 square feet and is 26" (66 cm) high. It creates a safe, portable play area for young children.
  • Free standing and Non-slip - works on any surface and will not scratch.
  • Totally portable - carrying strap included.
  • Weather-resistant Superyard Classic can be used just about anywhere outside, and protects Christmas trees, displays, etc
  • Extension Kit is available separately. By adding kit, you can increase the Superyard Classic size to 34.4 square feet. 8-panel maximum.
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This play yard North States is a great choice for parents who spend time outside and need to keep an eye on baby while gardening or enjoying the sunset. The weather-resistant plastic allows it to stand up to Mother Nature and most toddlers up to the age of two. But it's not only meant for outdoor use. It can just as easily be set up inside for a few hours of entertainment while at the grandparents' or permanently at home. When the six interlocking panels are connected, the size-adjustable device boasts 18.5 square feet of protective play room. If you decide to purchase the two-panel extension kit (sold separately), this play yard can increase to 34 square feet. Imagine the possibilities! This play yard is durable and lightweight for easy portability (a carrying strap is even included), it is easy to clean and it offers quick access to baby. Should you want to prevent baby from getting into something not meant for him or her, you can also reverse the play yard's setup. For instance, placing it around the Christmas tree or outdoor plants can keep children away from trouble. The Superyard is certified by the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA), assuring you that it's safe for your little ones.

  • Panel dimensions (individual): 30"(W) x 26"(H)
  • Space between each panel: 2.25"
  • Diamond holes: 1.25"(W) x 1.5"(H)

    This gate allows you to create a large enclosed play area (18.5 square feet) for your toddler, indoors or out. Complete with a portable carrying strap, this six-panel gate made of durable plastic is easy to carry to wherever you might need it. Simply extend the panels and snap the gate shut and you've got a safe, spacious area for play or naptime. The area can be extended to 34.4 square feet with the purchase of the extension kit. --Jane Snyder

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    Item Weight19.5 pounds
    Product Dimensions35.2 x 26.8 x 8 inches
    UPC026107086662 026107086693
    Item model number866608
    Target genderUnisex
    Batteries requiredNo
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    Best Sellers Rank #9,600 in Baby (See top 100)
    Shipping Weight19.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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    522 of 526 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 24, 2002
    We purchased the Supergate about 6 months ago for our daughter who is now one year old. She loves the fact that she can see through the gate and it is big enough for mom and dad to sit inside and play with her. Because the gate is large (its best attribute) it is also a little clumsy to fold up - but this seems to be a small price to pay for your child to be safe (and much happier than in a small play yard).
    As far as some of the other reviews, I can understand their points, but find it hard to believe that people aren't using a little more common sense. For instance, given that you clearly don't bolt the gate to your floor or walls (another great feature) - it is common sense that if an adult pushes on it hard enough it is going to slide across the floor (particularly on hardwood) or collapse under the weight of an adult falling on it - such as was indicated in several other reviews. If it was rigid enough for an adult to be able to put their full weight on it, there would be no way for it to fold up. (I would challenge some of the other reviewers to stand in/fall on a standard play yard and see how quickly it breaks.) That said, this gate is clearly sturdy enough for any child who is too small to climb over it (it stands about 26" tall). As indicated on the box, this gate is not intended for the top of stairs - so don't get one for that reason. As far as another review that says you should read the instructions - again this is common sense.
    In conclusion, you should buy a Supergate primarily to keep your child safe from outside temptations - and provide adequate adult supervision - such as when you are cooking or on the phone and need a place to locate your child. The gate is waterproof, sturdy, easy for the child to see through, pretty easy to fold, and very easy to set up.
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    248 of 254 people found the following review helpful By Brooklyn Doug on October 2, 2001
    We bought this play yard to keep our 7 month old who is now starting to crawl and stand up out of trouble. We also bought the extension kit to give him some extra room. Set up was unbelievably easy (including extension). We set it up in the family room which has various wires and sharp edges and it allows us to bring him in with us without having to constantly monitor his whereabouts. He has plenty of toys in there! We used to use the playpen but that proved too small and he became easily bored in the confined space. This gives him a little more crawling room. We have not tried it outside, but I would imagine that it would work well outdoors on a flat surface. The pen is rather sturdy and he often uses it to pick himself up and hang on. The walls are high enough where he cannot climb over.
    I would recommend this to parents who want to keep an eye on their tiny ones but would also like to have a chance to sit down and relax.
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    120 of 125 people found the following review helpful By V. Miller on August 10, 2001
    When my twin boys were 6 months old, they outgrew the baby bouncers and wanted down. The conventional "playpens" were dangerous...they could roll under the net & get stuck between the net & particle board floor. The "play yards" were too small for two. Then I thought of the superyard... my sister had triplets and had used one for them with great success. My twins loved it! They had plenty of room to play and learned to crawl & walk in it by holding on to the sides. I credit their walking so early (9 mos.) to their ability to move around alot in the play yard. It kept them very contained, yet they could see out and be part of the family, too. Unfortunately, by the time they were 12 months old, they had learned to climb out or push hard and tip it over. I now use it to divide my family room in half by running it straight across the room like a fence. We tuck it between the couch and the table behind it, and run it against the side wall. We couldn't find a "gate" to cross such a large room, but now the superyard does the trick! I only wish they would make one taller for my toddlers (with a "walk through" gate for us parents.) This is a wonderful alternative to the tiny play yards being made today.
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    81 of 85 people found the following review helpful By GingiPam on July 19, 2001
    We purchased the Superyard when my daughter was 7 months old because we have a dog that sheds and thinks he owns the house and everything in it. We wanted a clean, safe place where our daughter could play and keep her toys. At 9 months, we purchased the extension so she'd have more room to crawl around.
    It has been excellent for the purpose we purchased it for, and has proven itself to have several other significant +'s. Her toys are all in one place instead of all over my house. And I can go to the bathroom or run upstairs for something and not worry she'll be in a different room when I get back. I think it's also helped with her development in standing because it was easy to pull herself up using the holes in the wall, and at 10 months, she can now walk along the entire length of the wall, holding on.
    As long as you keep each joint bent as instructed, it is a very sturdy structure. My daughter has put it through some rigorous testing like shaking the walls and pulling or pushing with all of her weight, and it has yet to topple over. And because you can change the configuration, we push one end in when guests come so there is more room in the living room.
    I agree with one of the previous reviewers that it can be tough climbing over the wall with a baby in your hands, especially since I'm short, but I just put her in first and then climb in myself.
    I think the Superyard is a great thing to have.
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