Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 7
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by princessjess02j2 Perfect gate for our open layout
This is the ONLY gate I could find that was wide enough to use as a barrier between our open living/dining room. And what's great is the way it pivots and really suits any unusual opening you may have. I also LOVE that it has a door so I am not constantly climbing back and forth over it (and ultimatley stubbing my toe). And the gate seems to be a bit higher than most standard gates. (so hopefully it won't be as easily scaled by the little ones, lol) And, I just feel like the overall look of it is alot less tacky than most standard gates.
May 22, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Ewhite Ruined my walls!
This gate is a waste of money. The material bunches up and looks horrible. The mounting hardware ruined my walls and made huge holes. The gate is flimsy and not secure. When it arrived the latch on top of the door was already broken (and all my daughter has to do is push on it to get it to open) but it would have broken within days anyway, I'm sure. Everything about this gate is incredibly cheap and makes me feel like I have been had. I love Summer Infant but this gate needs to be recalled in my opinion.
January 24, 2011
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by bunchie not for sheet rock walls!
We are not happy. It serves it's purpose but the material is wrinkled up for the size of the opening. It looks ugly. We have sheet rock walls and the directions say to drill into the wall first. Within a week the hardware ripped out of the wall and left big holes (bigger than the drill holes!). We all trip over the rail at the bottom of the gate opening. It slides all over the place putting a ton of wear and tear where it's mounted to the walls. It's flimsy.
December 29, 2009
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by RysMOMMY GREAT GATE!!!!!!!!!!!!
I have read the reviews on this and other websites regarding this gate but we bought it anyway. Home Depot had it here in 2 days.
I have no idea what the other people are talking about regarding the gate. Its wonderful!! My husband had it installed in about 20 minutes and my VERY curious 13 month old cannot get through it. There are no velcro issues. Overall this gate is perfect. It fits a VERY large irregular opening and does the job completely.
September 8, 2007
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Aldo Superior Quality and very Durable...
I was amazed at how strong this gate is. I have ran into this gate forgetting it was in place and it stayed in place. Older kids were climbing over it and no problems. I even had the gate set up at its full expansion of 12'. Proper installation is key and this gate will do its job for a long time.
January 10, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by cmalee Great company.....poor product
I would like to start by stating that Summer Infant is an excellent company with awesome customer support. However, we did not have much success with this gate. It was replaced by Summer Infant 6 times in a 9 month period. When it broke again on the 6th replacement, we did not bother calling them again about it. The concept is great, but the quality of the plastic used and construction needs major improvement. This gate was put out of commision by a small for her age 18mth old through 27mth old, weight of 19lbs through 24lbs. A gate should be able to handle a toddler losing their balance and falling into it. However, each time the plastic part broke. A cheap wood "Other named" gate at the other doorway has held up wonderfully and cost less than a 5th of the cost of this gate. Probably great for an infant that is crawling, but not for one that is up on their feet and mobile. I have not given up on this company because of their great support and warranty. I am actually considering another one of their gates for another doorway.
April 3, 2007
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Anderson28546 low quality flimsy framing
I had previously owned a similar Summer gate and was sent this gate in error and decided to give it a try. The gate is very flimsy and the fabric looked and felt cheap not worth the price at all. Sent it back. The older model is much sturdier.
May 15, 2011