9 baby gate

(9 customer reviews)

£64.79

【5-IN-1 METAL SAFETY GATE】1. Pet Gate – It can be used as a freestanding pet gate when you set it up as a circular enclosure; 2. Safety Fence – Suitable to use around fireplaces, grills, wood burning stoves, Christmas tree, etc.3. Play yard: Set up sectioned off areas in your home for your…

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  1. MrsGoe

    I just installed this today and so far I like it. The downfall is definitely the instructions. They are barely adequate and were only alright for me because I have a very good background in building/fixing. I attached to the wall which is what made it more difficult. Just attaching it for a large playpen would be very easy. I will try to remember to update after some time. I would have given it 5 stars if the instructions were better.Update: still love this gate. My only issue (because it’s partially installed over tile) is my little guy can push the gate inward. If it were all carpet I don’t think he could do it. But all I have to do is pull it back…just annoying he can do it. I do have all the joints tightened but my Littlest is such a bruiser. I would definitely still recommend.

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  2. Donna Drake

    I needed a fireplace gate for my 12 month old granddaughter. We had another brand for her 5 year old brother but got rid of it two years ago. This is a working wood fireplace but haven’t actually used it in years so really was buying it to keep her from getting hurt. It’s super heavy metal. I struggled getting it from my front steps delivery into the house. There were no instructions which surprised me. I just clicked the two sides together first, then clicked the door in between the two panels. Putting the mounting brackets on was even easier. We are buying metal mollies to put in the walls. The cheap plastic ones that come with the gate won’t withstand a toddler yanking on something this heavy. We got the black color and it blends in well. The five year old likes being able to put his small toys inside the gate so the baby can’t get at them. Gives him some personal space that he can play in without a toddler bothering him when he wants and he can open it with ease and play with his sister too. We have a very small living room and we got the five panel gate. It takes up a bit more room but the pros definitely outweigh the cons. It’s so strong and sturdy I know she will be safe. And, if we ever lose power in the winter and need to use the fireplace, it will keep both kids safe. Well worth the money!

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  3. Tovar

    It is perfect, keeps my yorkies out of the living room because the space between the bars is narrow.

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  4. Casey

    My child was rushed to the ER after two hours of screaming pain. I had the gat all set up and some how she got her finger stuck in a hole one of the connecting bar holes. The fire department came and tried for more than two hours to get it off her finger. She eventually passed out and I had to rush Her to the ER. After sedation, a huge purple finger and having to hold my daughter down screaming we finally got it off of her finger.

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  5. GIBBS411

    Would give 10 stars if i could! Best deal and well made! I like that 95% of this is metal and the small plastic parts can be replaced if needs be. Super easy to use. It does weight more than i had hoped for at 15-20lb and is taller than the descriptions. It stands at 28 1/2in high. The gate is 16 1/2 wide, each panel is 25 1/2in wide counting the joints. The spaces between the bars are small at only 2 1/4in gap. remember to read directions before pulling the gate apart as the plastic joints need to be loosened first. You can remove panels, which i like in under 1 minute!. The wall connectors are attached to the gate when you get it, so don’t think they forgot them. You can make this into an octagon/circle, square, or a rectangle, L- shape, and probable a triangle! The gates opening is a little small it you are blessed with nice size hips, but it is workable for me and my family that range from 125lb to 230lb. This will work great for my puppy! please check out my photos! This is the best deal you will find online!

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  6. JustMyOpinion

    My 88 yr old father just moved in with me … and with Dad came his 50lb dog. Now, I live in an apartment and I have 2 cats and I a granddaughter. This dog has, shall we say, minimal training and she’s been known to nip when she feels threatened. So I kinda have my hands full with this dog.Sadly my father and step mom adopted this dog and she would have been a project for a seasoned dog trainer…. they were definitely in over their heads with her as they are NOT dog trainers. She has always been wary of strangers and nips at their legs/etc if they turn their back on her…. bad enough with a grown adult, but if she does this with my Granddaughter or her friends, we’re going to have trouble. She has almost no exposure to kids so that alone is a pretty big challenge. On top of that she’s got a chase urge and hasn’t been around cats in about 8 years. One of my cats is a real “scaredy cat” who hides if you look at him sideways just to complicate matters. I have a lot of work ahead of me.When I knew I was going to have to take her on along with my father, I started researching gate options. I need something that will hold her in (thankfully she doesn’t test these things though!), while allowing my father to get through with minimal struggle. His mobility is pretty compromised (he uses a Rollator) and he’s a fall risk so he has to be able to get through easily. I realized I likely needed more than one gate. And I realized that until the dog was here, I really wasn’t sure exactly how it would work out.When I saw this gate/yard, I knew it was my answer to my problems. I have tons of options with this so as things (hopefully) change I can alter how we set this up. After trying multiple configurations I ended up with 4 panels at one end of the long living room to lock the dog in both when we go out (she will crap if left in a large enough space) as well as a place to put her if we have company to keep them safe while she’s learning her manners. We have 3 more panels at the other end of the room to keep her in with us most of the time while allowing the cats a safe space where they can get to their litter and food. (It’s ended up also being great for keeping one of my cats from escaping through my sliding door when I’m Bar-B-Quing!) The only thing I haven’t used is the actual gate because my father’s Rollator won’t go through it, but that’s ok – it may come in handy in the future. We will be moving to a house soon, so I love that I can take this with us and adapt it to the new space.Dealing with the issue of this dog has probably caused me more stress than any other part of the move… or at least it’s right up there with the more stressful parts, because I’m realistic that if she so much as nips at one of my Granddaughter’s friends or even an adult that she could well be impounded and even put down. The burden of this feels bigger than the “burden” of dealing with my ailing father. So I’m really relieved that we have this in place now. It’s working great! She’s already learning to not chase the braver cat who comes and goes through the gap we left so he could get to the Living Room. She also seems to be ok with staying in the smaller space when we go out. I honestly couldn’t have chosen a better option for my needs.This thing is quite sturdy yet light for such a big set. There are seriously sooo many ways you can configure this thing depending on your needs. And the price, for a gate with 8 panels, is amazing. I was getting quite discouraged when I started researching for a gate because I really didn’t know exactly how I would set things up and I didn’t want to have to buy 4 different gates (or more) to figure out what would work.So if you have any kind of situation where you need to separate groups of animals easily and quickly, this is your gate. If you have an awkward shaped space to cordon off, this is your gate. If you are traveling and need to have a movable pen, this is your gate. If you have someone who can’t get through the standard gate that most of these things have, this is your gate. I’m going to upload photos in the next day or so to show how we have this set up for our current situation.Although I’m a reviewer here I purchased this item at full retail price as a PERSONAL purchase and am reviewing this because I want to. I have not been asked to write a review and I have no personal connection with the seller. As usual my opinions and experiences are a real and true reflection of my experience with the product. I hope my review helps you in your purchase decisions!

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  7. S. Stewart

    If you have a wide open space that you need to block off, this is a relatively well priced and well done gate but it has it’s cons. I have an open space between my livingroom and my dining room. I started doing in-home daycare but occasionally dog sit for folks. I wanted to be able to cordon off my livingroom from the dining room so that when I wanted to have some dog free space or cordon off the kids if I had to go to the bathroom or the like, that I could do it and not be worried.So here’s the great part! It expands. It expands a great deal and doesn’t look bad when you don’t expand it all the way. It’s a soft mesh with solid fabric about the width of my hand where it meets bars. So you don’t have to worry if a kid bumps into it. They won’t hurt themselves. It comes with two supports for where the gate is so that when little feet stand on the pass through if the door is open, you generally won’t have bowing, or more stress put on the wall attachments. You can tighten the joints so that they don’t swing back and forth and stay in the configuration that you want. Do note, that you are going to have to tighten them every now and then.You can break it down to two parts instead of three, if your opening isn’t //that// big. Which mine wasn’t. Two fit perfectly, three would have meant that I would have to do some angling and I honestly didn’t want to do that. There are templates for you to know where to put the wall anchors as if you use it with two panels vs three, there is a difference in placement on the one side.Placement. Here’s the part that sucked and here’s why it gets 4 instead of 5 stars. If you have baseboards on your wall, the tall ones, then the attachment points for the side where the gate is, is not going to work. So you can either find some way to jerry rig it, Set the gate a little higher – which has the drawbacks of the supports underneath not making contact with the floor – or return it. I didn’t return it. What i’m intending to do now that I have a 3d printer is to actually try and print an extender so that I can get the thing flush with the ground or at least where the gate rests on the bottom supports. For now, they’re just anchored into the wall a little higher and I make sure the kids don’t step on it. Ask me how well THAT rule is adhered to when I’m not looking.While I like that the door swings either way, the locking mechanism is fairly simplistic and kids pick up on it very very fast. One 2 year old has already clued in despite our attempts to hide opening it in front of them. So it’s use is more functional than safety in our case. I wish it had a latch more like our extra tall pet gate upstairs.Now, remember, I used only 2 panels. I have a third panel. The other way out of my livingroom is to a front hall with a closet so the space there is wider than a traditional gate even with an extender. But it’s just right for that third panel! But wait… it didn’t come with the stuff to anchor the third panel. So I’m left with a useless panel. Useless because after contacting summer infant to see if I could buy another set of attachments, I was told they don’t sell them, and I am unable to do anything with that third panel. For now, it’s sitting and waiting till I can figure out how to do it – the 3d printer will come in handy I’m sure – but when I do, I’ll be anchoring it to a wall and getting full use out of my summer infant gate. So if you need a good gate with it’s few -honestly, and only in my eyes – down points, get this. The colour also, BTW, is nice. My livingroom is a soft grey, a navy blue with red accents and it fits in/compliments with it’s neutrality!

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  8. Sara Penn

    We have had this gate for a week, while my LO is only 10 months old she was able to rock the gate hard enough back and forth maybe an inch to break the plastic piece at the bottom that stops the gate from swinging all the way through. She swallowed it, and passed it thankfully. This is a design flaw, you should not have a piece of plastic hitting a piece of metal. The company was very nice/concerned and did issue us a refund, and is passing the broken gate over to their quality control team, but a gate designed to keep babies away from choking hazards should not be so easily broken.

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  9. CaffinatedWithKids

    I love this gate. This is our second purchase of one. The closing of the door can be a little tricky if it’s not put in correctly but it’s easy and pretty flexible and can adjust to different size large openings HOWEVER the door mounts are STUPID. I don’t know why they made some of the mounting pieces so low to the ground. If you have moulding it doesn’t fit!! (See picture) why all the mounting pieces aren’t positioned all the same and more able to take apart and customize according to your walls I don’t understand. Sitting here with our second gate trying to figure out what to do with it since it won’t work how we want it to. We wanted to use the door and a panel across our hallway but are forced to use both panels bc the door mounts are too low. 😡

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