Regalo Easy Step 38.5-Inch Extra Wide Walk Thru Baby Gate, White Original version

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Regalo Easy Step 38.5-Inch Extra Wide Walk Thru Baby Gate, White Original version
  • EXTRA WIDE: Expands to fit openings between 29-34 and 35-38.5 inches wide. Stands 30 inches tall. Please be sure measure your opening prior to purchase to ensure proper fit. Note: This gate will not fit an opening between 34-35 inch.
  • EASY TO USE AND SET UP: Pressure mount design that is quick to set up. Please note, before installation there will be a gap between the gate latch and the frame which is not a defect and it is not bent. This gap will be eliminated once installed.
  • ADJUSTABLE: Includes a 6-inch wide extension kit and 4 pressure mount spindle rods. Perfect for doorway, hallway and bottom of stair use. Gate can quickly be removed out of the opening for easy storage. Additional extensions sold separately.Wipes clean.Do not use abrasive cleaners or bleach
  • DURABLE AND CONVENIENT: The all steel design is durable and convenient with a walk-through door. Certified to both JPMA and ASTM standards. NOTE:The gap between the gate and wall should not exceed more than 2.5 inches
  • SAFETY: Includes multiple safety-lock features, four wall cups for added security and mounting hardware. Please note, gate frame is design to be assembled at all times. Perfect for children 6-24 months. Great for pets too.

Specification: Regalo Easy Step 38.5-Inch Extra Wide Walk Thru Baby Gate, White Original version

Product Dimensions

‎38.5 x 2 x 30 inches

Item model number

‎1160

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Target gender

‎Unisex

Maximum height recommendation

‎30 Inches

Material Type

‎Metal

Additional product features

‎Includes ExtensionsSwinging Door

Number Of Items

‎1

Batteries required

‎No

Is portable

‎No

Item Weight

‎0.352 ounces

11 reviews for Regalo Easy Step 38.5-Inch Extra Wide Walk Thru Baby Gate, White Original version

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  1. Avatar of Nancy McMullen

    Nancy McMullen

    For the reviewers who claim this gate is cheap or defective, you are wrong. Take a moment and read the instructions. Out of the box it appear to be “warped” as others have referred it it – but it is actually designed that way on purpose…so that you can tighten it and create the proper amount of tension. I had it assembled and working in less than 10 minutes. It is durable, strong and fits my door opening perfectly. I have two five month old golden retrievers who destroyed the two wooden gate we had before I found this one. They can’t chew through this gate nor are they able to knock it down through brut force! I am 100% satisfied.

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    brian richards

    Great product, easy peasey to fit. Might not be sturdy enough to for older toddlers as you can only tighten the top threads so much.

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    Lindsay

    I see a lot of people complain that it came bent or that the latch doesn’t fit to the door. Well if you would take the time to read, you would see that it is meant to be that way. So when you returned it and then had the same issue… Well because its made to be like that. You obviously didn’t read. It is bright orange and hangs right by what everyone is claiming to be defective!!! Just read people. Here I posted a photo of what you neglected to read!!!

    I bought three of these gates and they worked perfect for the space I needed them for. Though if the space was getting to big then it didn’t seem as strong. But if trying to gate a smaller space this is great!!! Like I said I bought three and they are wonderful! Just try to use for the smaller allowed setting and it will be great. If you go for the larger end of the settings it make be a but flimsy.

    But again!!!! The door is supposed to be slanted before installation!!! Read the instructions people!!! I mean for come on how did you miss the bright orange paper that hangs from the gate? It says it is not a defect right there!

    I will get again if I need for other spaces.
    The gate when open is a bit narrow but nothing that is a problem for me. But if I could recommend anything I would say make the gate open a bit wider. But someone else posted picture with person trying to walk through so have a look.

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    Chad Schommer

    Awesome gate. Tall enough to keep my psycho shitzu poodle downstairs and he has been known to kamikaze over any object we put in front of him. Built strong and stays put too. Great value!

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    Dave

    the assembly is easy enough, no issues there. We are putting this gate on metal fences (sturdy fence) so we cant use the screw plugs, and we’re using just the pressure mounts. They are absolutely useless. They come with a slipper plastic soft coating that slides off, even without the coating which we removed the gate pretty much bends inwards/outwards when you try to tighten the pressure too much. Without pressure it simply falls, with pressure it bends. Our 12 month old baby was able to push the gate off in 3 seconds. the way the locking mechanism is built is pretty bad, its all plastic and doesnt work eveyr well if you tighten the gate too much. Its a complicated lock for a baby to open- ill give them that, but consdering how badly the gate holds up i find the locking mechanism unecessary since the gate can barley hold its own. VERY DANGEROUS AND WOULD NOT RECOMMEND THIS CHEAP THING TO ANYONE!

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  6. Avatar of Samuel Z.

    Samuel Z.

    We have a two stories house, and we used to allow our dogs to go upstairs anytime they want. We have carpet upstairs and wood floor down stairs, and sometimes one of our dogs will go upstairs at night when everyone is asleep and have an accident (pee or poo). So we decided to buy a pet gate, so we can stop them from going upstairs at night. At least if they have accident downstairs it’s easier to clean up because of the wood floor. The gate works very well, it’s very easy to install and to operate. Only issue I have with it is, when we walk across the gate, the bar (see picture) at the bottom kind of requires extra attention, I almost got myself tripped a few times. And we have two elder people in the house, so that keeps me worried. But other than that, the gate works great.

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    WB2019

    So here’s my thoughts.. I have a bunch of these in my house(4 total) learned to love them.. how easy they are to install.. many types of setups you can do etc.
    The bad.. they are sharp.. my 7 year old walked through one and somehow scratched up his arm pit. No idea how but now I am cautious about them and in the process of figuring out how to make them all safer.. the edge corner right where the latch meets the gate when closing is sharp. Makes me panic that it’s possible little guy will scratch himself as well. Otherwise these gates are really promising
    It’s definitely a Hate Love relationship right now.

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  8. Avatar of Himeko Shima

    Himeko Shima

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     Purchased back in September of 2015 to keep our newly adopted pup from our furniture (we weren’t sure at the time if she would tear up through our furniture if we left her alone). The gate did its job just fine. But then again, we have a 25-lb Chihuahua mix, so we didn’t need a massively sturdy gate to keep her at bay. Now, we did take care of my friend’s 40-lb Shepherd mix who had some major issues with thunder. He would get pretty panicky during a storm and constantly jumped and leaned on the gate. I’m happy to say that he never toppled the gate over. He did manage to jump over the gate some how. Don’t know exactly how, me must have used some secret Parkour skills or something to get over it. So, as far as sturdiness goes, it passes by my standards.

    As it relates to durability, I see no issues. Of course, we don’t have kids pull on the bars and bang on the gate, so I just may have not seen any of the issues just yet. If I do, I’ll likely update this review.

    As far as operation goes, I like the old version better. The old version was probably a tid bit easier to open with one hand. Now I read a few complaints that this gate requires two hands to open. That’s not true, just look at my video. It’s possible to open with one hand and really isn’t that hard. May take a bit to get used to, but not impossible like some reviews make it seem to be. The major downside I see in the operation of this gate is that it only opens in one direction. The old version of the gate opened both ways, which was really convenient. That said, make sure you have the gate opening in the direction you want. Don’t want to second guess yourself in the middle of installation because its a pain to loosen everything up and flip it around.

    Setting up the gate wasn’t hard, but it wasn’t super easy either. You have got to screw those side bars out pretty far to close the gap between the gate latch and the post. And the farther it goes, the harder it is to turn, so get ready to put some elbow grease into it. Once you have the gap small enough so that the gate can lock in place and stay secure, its pretty much guaranteed to be rock solid. One recommendation: buy and use the “Wall Savers for Pressure Gates” if you can (the pressure mounts puts some massive point pressure on your walls). If you don’t, you could damage your wall. In my case, my opening was too narrow to fit the wall savers, so I had the pressure mounts pushing directly against the wall. It didn’t damage my wall, but it did peel off the paint. In an effort to prevent this from happening again, I cut piece off of a Kleenex box and put it between the pressure mount and wall.

    In conclusion, as my headline says, this gate does its job, at least for me. As I mentioned earlier, the real major negative on it is that it only opens in one direction. Now if you have 70lb and over dogs to keep at bay, not sure if it’ll be able to handle. My take is that it should, it would just take some major tightening of the pressure mounts.

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    WAG

    Fits on patio doors fine but a little bit weak where you add the extension piece. I also feel that the opening gate could be a little bit,wider, my other safety gate opens wider and is a lot easier to use. It’s fit for the purpose I need but some may find it difficult.

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    Angie

    Fantastic purchase for a very reasonable price! Delivery was ultra quick and the gate is easy to put together and does the job.
    Bought this to stop puppy getting out of the front door when opened or getting to the post before me! I am so impressed, I’m going to purchase a couple more for bedroom doors so they don’t have to be closed all the time to stop her getting in there and jumping on the beds! Easy to use, just squeeze the buttons and pull back to open the gate. It opens either way so can be fixed to any space you need to block off. Came with an extension too which was a nice surprise. I didn’t need it, but you might if you have a wider door frame or hallway etc. This gate is totally mobile as there are no permanent wall fixtures to worry about. Ideal to contain toddlers OR small – medium sized dogs in a safe area. Highly recommend this item.

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  11. Avatar of Norma (amazon customer)

    Norma (amazon customer)

    This gate is well made and a good gate. I have only one comment. IF your doorway is 33 1/2″ you will NOT be able to use this gate. Without the extension the gaps on the side are too large, with the extension the bars are 1/2″ too wide to go in the doorway and believe me I tried. I have an old house and the wood is hard and the bars don’t give. And before anyone mentions the gate having give I know that, that was not the problem, I had it pulled in as tight as it would go. The smallest doorway the gate will fit WITH the 6: extension would be 34″ and you would not be able to use the additional “cups” with that width. Just my two cents worth.

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