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Summer Infant Gates

You don't have to trap your kids in these gates and then charge admission while selling sno-cones, but you can. That might be illegal. Actually, yes, that's very likely illegal. But if you want to try it, here are the gates and fences that could do the trick.

Jacobey000


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The features on these are pretty spellbinding.

aloha2lynn


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Ummm...dimensions? Specs?

ThunderThighs


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Whoopsie. I don't think you were supposed to see that.

UPDATE: They're working on them now. Please stand by.



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Adelas


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I don't have any of these models, but I did buy an extending model made by this company, in order to divide a room when my kids were really little. It was very sturdy and stood up to a lot of beating and hanging. The door was easy for me to open, but hard for the kids. I would definitely buy from this company again.

(the one I have: http://www.summerinfant.com/Products/Safety-Care/Security-Gates-Playard/Sure-Secure%C2%AE-Custom-Fit-Gate.aspx)

Gnomercy


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Beating and hanging? Stranger Danger.


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traquy


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we had the playsafe play yard when my daughter was little and loved it. For a while I used it outside on the deck with a big blanket under it and her toys in there. She would play happily while I did stuff outside, or just hung out. When winter came we moved it inside to block our pellet stove and one entry to our living room (it blocked both when unfolded with a side table holding it up). Easier to keep track of the kiddo with only one way out/into the living room.

These are also quality gates, WAY better than the plastic ones and worth the money especially if you want something that looks nicer. These are pretty good prices.

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Can anyone confirm how wide these gates get? I need to fit a doorway that is 51". Both the 6' expansion gate and metal & wood walk thru gate list the same width dimensions. Unless I am reading it wrong... Thx!

wmaincmt


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That corral looks to be over capacity...where is the fire marshal....who's going to fire the doorman?

It's like whoa!

ThunderThighs


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bella12977 wrote:Can anyone confirm how wide these gates get? I need to fit a doorway that is 51". Both the 6' expansion gate and metal & wood walk thru gate list the same width dimensions. Unless I am reading it wrong... Thx!



I'm emailing to get those checked. Thanks for pointing it out.

EDIT: It's fixed. It should fit openings 44” to 72” wide.



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These are also great for animals/keeping them in or out of certain areas. But beware, some dogs can jump and some cats can jump and squeeze through (crazy detached collarbones). I know that for some of us, animals are our babies (CAT LADY FOR LIFE!) Walk through gates are a great thing.

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lnjelinek wrote:These are also great for animals/keeping them in or out of certain areas. But beware, some dogs can jump and some cats can jump and squeeze through (crazy detached collarbones). I know that for some of us, animals are our babies (CAT LADY FOR LIFE!) Walk through gates are a great thing.



LOL, I had a little kangaroo of a dog that would jump over a tall gate. Not climb, jump and clear it. I hung a cafe Valance on a dowel to add another 12". Dang dog still cleared it.

Then I attached paper plates to the top to throw her off. Didn't make it any taller, just threw her off when trying to get her jump on.

That finally held her.



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Is it just me or do the wood and metal ones have the same height, even though one is extra tall?

I assume extra tall means like 36" ? Can you please confirm the heights on these, pretty please?

adamsfamily2011


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Check out the story about the Dionne quints that were born back in the 30's - they had a WHOLE compound devoted to them.

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In regards to the "Summer Infant Sure&Secure™ Single Bedrail" I'm confused on the "deal" here it is $36 + $5 shipping, so total cost of $41. But if I wonder over to Amazon, and click on buying it from Amazon, it's $39.99 with free shipping. I thought Woot was the "deal" side of Amazon. What am I missing?

joeldennis


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For those times where you really need a cage for your kids?

Michele0974


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joeldennis wrote:For those times where you really need a cage for your kids?



Is there ever a time you don't need a cage for little kids? :P

These prices are a bit high, you can get these for less on Amazon but as far as quality they are awesome and will hold up to young kids who are on a mission to break free.

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johnt007871 wrote:Is it just me or do the wood and metal ones have the same height, even though one is extra tall?

I assume extra tall means like 36" ? Can you please confirm the heights on these, pretty please?



Anyone confirm, please?! Both wood gates have the same height of 30" listed.

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cleverogre wrote:Anyone confirm, please?! Both wood gates have the same height of 30" listed.



Yea I was confused too. I looked it up on amazon, the extra tall is 36 inches.

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zmanda wrote:Yea I was confused too. I looked it up on amazon, the extra tall is 36 inches.



Thank you, Zmanda!

drunkenalien


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Dang it, I'm lat again.

I was so looking forward to buying the baby MMA Fighter Arena to start holding some events in my area.

lnjelinek


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ThunderThighs wrote:LOL, I had a little kangaroo of a dog that would jump over a tall gate. Not climb, jump and clear it. I hung a cafe Valance on a dowel to add another 12". Dang dog still cleared it.

Then I attached paper plates to the top to throw her off. Didn't make it any taller, just threw her off when trying to get her jump on.

That finally held her.



hahaha!

I have a cat with a complex (himalayan) and my roommate has a fat cat (a year after she had kittens, I don't consider it baby weight) and a dog. When time came that my roommate had to get a gate of her own, it was one with bars on it that her cat couldn't climb. While jumping over proved difficult if not impossible for her cat, she decided that since her whiskers and collarbone fit through the bars, surely the rest of her would fit. Surprisingly she did manage to wiggle through but it would have been equivalent to something seen on the Seaworld Harlem Shake video.

This video isn't my roommate's cat but you get the idea... Amusing to watch but defeats the purpose of the gate.

cebii


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We use the estra tall and wide one as a door to the gameroom. It looks pretty good and keeps the dogs out. My dogs are old and way not brave enough to try climbing or jumping over.

thedevin


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These work great if you want to open a toddler petting zoo.

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thedevin wrote:These work great if you want to open a toddler petting zoo.



i see you read my proposal!


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