While the quality and price on this gate were amazing the description is inaccurate. I have a 51" doorway opening and the description said this gate would fit a 52" opening, untrue. It is a tension mount, we unscrewed the end caps as far as they would go and the gate would not fit, it was so flimsy that it would not even stand in the doorway - how will this keep 2 GSD's out of the room?! We ended up getting 2 2x4's and cutting them and butting them up on either side if the doorway- although it doesn't look pretty the gate is now standing and functional. I wouldn't consider purchasing this gate if your doorway opeing is over 48 inches.
I love this play yard, it's large enough to allow plenty of movement for my grandson as he's just starting to crawl around & stand up while holding onto the fence which is extremely sturdy. The only problem is trying to connect together, the plastic is extremely hard & sometimes I get pinched by it!
The handle is made of plastic, and it's a bit flimsy, but does the job, as long as you have a way to permanently fix it in the doorway; otherwise, it is easily moved by our very large puppy. (he's a great dane, though, so I'm sure nothing could stand up to him, honestly)
I needed two barriers for openings on either side of my kitchen to contain my dog when I am gone. I bought this and easily separated it into two 3-panel "gates" that I fold into a "Z" pattern at each opening. They make a great barrier that stands up sturdily without fastening it to and making holes in the wall, due to the "Z" shape. I looked at other z-shaped free-standing gates and they are great-looking, but cost $300+, so for half the price, this worked very well.
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