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BabyDan Multidan Extending Wooden Safety Gate Beech, 60.5-102cm
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- Opening measurements: 60.5 - 102 cm (23.9 inches - 40.1 inches). 73 cm in height
- Features wide walk-through section and a no-trip bar
- When fitted, no tools are required to remove the gate for clear passage between the rooms. The gate opens either way and can be operated with one hand
- Includes stop pins for mounting at the top of stairs
- Two-way one-handed opening and double locking
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When your little one is crawling or walking, you can keep them safe from dangerous areas such as the staircase with the BabyDan Multidan Extending Wooden Safety Gate. It extends to fit a variety of gaps and features two-way opening for extra safety, particularly useful if positioned at the top of the stairs. The gate stands at a height of 73 cm, and features a wide walk-through area suited for openings between 60 and 102 cm. Meets European safety standard EN1930:2011.
1 x Safety gate
1 x Fittings kit
1 x Instruction manual
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BabyDan Multidan Extending Wooden Safety Gate
The MultiDan gate features our unique child-proof release fittings, which allow quick installation and removal. When fitted, no tools are required to remove the gate for clear passage between the rooms. The gate opens either way, and can be operated with one hand. Available in metal and wood.
Made in Europe.
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Pretty easy to put up, even for someone as impractical as me. The one suggestion I would make on the put up though is don't rely on the screws/wall plugs that come with the gate as these (like most other wall mounted furniture) are not very substantial. The gate is actively used every day and I found you need tougher wall plugs for the type of wall you have if you want to avoid it coming loose and needing to be re-fixed to the wall.
It fit's different sized gaps easily and being wood, looks 100 x better than the cheap looking plastic gates for about the same price.
Opening it is easy when you have the knack, though when we have friends/family around they can make heavy weather of it (putting more pressure on the wall fixings). To open it easily you simply press the button in at one end with one hand, put the other hand roughly in the middle of the gate and lift it straight up about 1-2cm. If you only have one hand free use it to press in the button and put a put under the centre and lift up. Takes minutes to master and is so easy, but its amazing how many people try to lift it near to where the button is on one side which means you're not lifting it level.
All-in-all this gate is highly recommended
It looks lovely, i prefer wooden gates over the plastic ones because i feel they just look softer, many of the the metal/plastic ones are an eyesore.
I've lived in two houses with this gate, one had a very wide stair at the top, which it fit perectly, and now i have to place it in a more narrow passage (not quite narrow enough for standard size) which it also fits fine. Still in perfect condition after almost two years of being attacked by my toddler and walked into by various adults who weren't expecting it.
I'd definitely buy it again.
Tip; Hang it by eye as the paper template is a pain to use and the spacing on the hinge side is too deep - the gate pops out of the bottom hinge when you lift it to open. The top & bottom hinges need to be as close together as they can be, then it works beautifully.
- The instructions are just pictures. One shows the gate opening one way with a cross through it - but doesn't explain why. I still don't know (and i wanted mine to open that way - and it now does!).
- And part D - a tiny piece of plastic - can go on either side - but it doesn't show which side relative to the gate opening. I've no idea or it's purpose.
Bearing in mind that the instruction sheet is huge - adding some text for clarity would be a good idea.
And having a few more holes for joining the bits together would negate the need for large screw threads on both sides - was tempted to drill some more myself.
And across the bottom of one of the gates is a whole load of ugly black wriing - so out of place. It's not on a sticker that can be peeled off - it is painted onto the wood - and it ruins the look.