Pressure Auto Close Gate -White

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Pressure Auto Close Gate -White

By Kidco

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Pressure mount gates are the most widely used gates as they do not involve drilling. These types of gates are great for use in doorways, hallways, or as room dividers. KidCo’s pressure mount gates come in a wide variety of styles and offer unique features not found on other gates. Please remember, however, that KidCo DOES NOT recommend the use of pressure mount gates for use at the top of stairs.
Additional Information

Additional Information

  • Unique handle design applies Magnet-Lock Technology, a dual magnet design that automatically draws the door closed and guarantees it locks each and every time!
  • Hold Button secures the door in an open position and suspends the auto-close function; allowing free traffic flow
  • No damage to walls or doorways
  • Installs quickly; no tools needed
  • Heavy duty steel construction
  • Basic gate width: 29”-37” (includes two extensions)
  • Height: 29.5”
  • Optional Extensions: G4100 for openings up to 47.5”

Product Dimensions 28.8 x 2 x 30.5"
Product Weight 8 lbs

Customer Reviews 2 Review(s)

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Great pressure gate!
We tried two other gates at the bottom of our stairs before finding this one (we have wider moulding so makes the top/bottom of the gate different widths making it hard to fit a gate). It was recommended by a child-proofing specialist. It's great! Easy to install and comes with good instructions on how to tighten the nuts so that the gate fits and is secure. Works perfectly for us!
Review by JenT / (Posted on 2014-08-07)
Not for bottom of stairs
Being satisfied with the safety of Kidco's wall mounted gates, I got this one for the bottom of the stairs. I have a wall on one side, a wooden banister on the other side. This gate is very easy to simply knock down. My toddler has done it by pulling on it, I've done it by tripping over it. This is not a good choice for stair blocking, as the bottom rail is too easy to trip over.
Review by EM / (Posted on 2013-10-12)

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