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Safety 1st Pressure Mount Lift, Lock and Swing Gate, Fits Spaces between 28" and 42" Wide

$49.99

 

About the product
  • Hardware or pressure mount
  • One hand, top release handle
  • 28” - 42” wide 26” high
  • The minimum opening is 30 inches in hardware mount,swing mode
  • Note-opening beneath installed gate is 1 to 2 inch from floor. Only install hardware into stair posts, door frames or wood studs behind wall

Safety 1st Lift, Lock & Swing Dual-Mode Gate

Looking for a gate that works all over the house? The Safety 1st Lift, Lock & Swing Gate has a unique 2-in-1 design which allows it to be used in either of two modes.

For easy operation, the gate features a complete-control top handle that lets you lock, release, and adjust as needed.

 

SecureTech indicator

SecureTech indicator that lets you know that the gate is securely locked in place so you can be confident your gate is properly installed and locked

Versatile 2-in-1 design: Hardware or Pressure Mount

You decide which mode best fits your needs: mount it at the top of the stairs for maximum security as a hardware swing gate or place it in your doorway as a pressure mount security gate that’s easy to move out of the way during periods when it isn’t needed.

Pass-thru swing design

The sturdy hinges allow the gate to be set to swing open in one direction only for top of stairs use, or in both directions which is perfect for between rooms.

Properly installed hardware-mounted gates are the most secure type of gate. It is installed by screwing brackets into a doorframe or framing behind the walls. Hardware-mounted gates can be installed at the top of the stairs. When installing one in this location, be sure that it swings toward the landing, and not out over the stairs.

Pressure-mounted gates are wedged into place by pressure against the door frame or walls and don't require drilling. They should be used only where falling isn't a hazard, such as the bottom of the stairs or in a doorway separating two areas with same-level flooring. We recommend not placing a pressurized gate at the top of the stairs, as it can become loose over time and easier to dislodge.