|Product Dimensions||3.19 x 3.19 x 39.41 inches|
|Item model number||52W|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Weight||4.09 pounds|
Retract-A-Gate Safety gate 52" White
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- Certified for use at the top and bottom of stairs by the JPMA
- Proven for use with cats and dogs; mesh is scratch resistant
- Quiet one hand operation when opening or closing
- Tough, washable, and see-through fabric
- Childproof lock on top prevents it from opening
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Certified for use at the top and bottom of stairs by the JPMA, proven for use with cats and dogs; mesh is scratch resistant. Quiet operation when opening or closing, retracts automatically, no manual winding required. Tough, washable, and see-through fabric. Childproof lock on top prevents it from opening. Installation is easy and quick. Truly operates with one hand to open or close. Has the ability to quickly and easily relocate with an Additional Wall Bracket Kit. Includes: One retractable gate Four clear mounting brackets Screws and finishing washers
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I particularly like these because I was able to purchase a banister adapter piece from retract-a-gate, and that made it connect better than any other gate to our banister setup.
Another thing I like about this gate is that is can easily be opened and closed with one hand while holding a baby.
So anyway, as much as I love this gate, I think it could be improved. When you close the gate, you also have to turn the lock mechanism. It’s a 2 step process... close the gate, lock the mechanism. Because it is a 2 step process, it allows a chance to forget step 2 if I’m distracted, or if the baby is crying, and I’m in a hurry. So today was one of those days... I forgot step 2, the gate was closed, but not locked. And my 18 month old leaned against the gate, and came VERY close to falling through and down the steps. I’m still pretty shaken up about it. I’ll be more careful to lock the gate.
This story leads to my suggestion to improve the product. I think that the gate should have a battery operated mechanism in the lock that will blink a red light, or sound an alarm if the gate is closed, but not locked. I think the user should have the option of having this safety warning to Light only, beep & light, or off. That way everyone can customize to their situation. I think this reminder would help busy parents lock the gate, and keep babies safer.
All in all, we will be careful, and try our best to focus on locking the gate.
The girls lean on one of the gates all the time while watching me cook in the kitchen. This gate is strong and can easily hold up to these little crazies.
I must admit that sometimes I just hop over the gate while the girls are playing bc they are super quick and are usually at the gate by the time I'm trying to close it back up. Even though they are easy to open and close, it is impossible to close/lock them while a baby is leaning on it. Easier to hop over. I'm 5'8 and just clear it putting one leg over at a time.
I would definitely recommend these gates to anyone.
Edited to add a photo of my 18 month old twins hanging on this gate. It is so strong and definitely holds up to these two climbers.