- Features a durable bamboo frame
- Panels are made of 100% recycled plastic
- Extends 28 to 42 inches for use in doors and openings
- Height of 24 inches keeps you feeling safe
- Pressure mounted system makes it easy to install and move between locations
- Gate dimensions 24 x 26 x 2 inches ; 4.6 pounds
- 24″ tall
The Safety 1st Nature Next Bamboo Gate is an eco-conscious way to restrict access between rooms. Made from durable bamboo, a renewable resource, the gate also features 100% recycled plastic panels. The gate can be used in doorways and openings anywhere from 28 to 42 inches wide where it provides a barrier that is 24 inches tall. Pressure mounting ensures that this gate is easy to install, and also allows you to easily move it between rooms.
Questions and Answers about Safety 1st Nature Next Bamboo Gate,
Q.Will this fit a 27″ doorway? The product description says 27″in doorway in one place, but 28″ in another. May 10, 2014
A.I tested and fited 28” and up
May 10, 2014 by Angie E.
Q.How thick and sturdy is the plastic netting? I have a puppy that is destroying everything and I was wondering if he will be able to chew through it? Feb 28, 2014
A.It is pretty sturdy but if your puppy is a really heavy duty chewer, he might be able to get through it . I don’t think he would easily chew through it though.
Mar 1, 2014 by Rachel
Q.I wanted to purchase this gate to stop a baby from going up and down stairs. they live in an apartment with one rail, and the wall is concrete, can this gate be installed. Jun 4, 2014
A.The wall part should be fine and as long as the railing is wide enough this gate will work, although it works best if the slides can be flushed with whatever is holding it up. For instance I use this gate in doorways because anywhere in the house there is raised baseboards on the walls the gate can wobble and my girls can knock it down. I hope this helps!
Jun 4, 2014 by Meg
Q.Does the gate open to enter? 10 days ago
10 days ago by JC
Q.What is the circumference of the circles in the mesh, ie… 1 inch holes, 2 inch holes? Oct 31, 2014
A.They are 1″ holes. Just small enough that my Yorkie’s paws don’t go through them, but big enough that he can see outside. I put this up in my slider to protect the screen when I have the glass door open. My little 7.5 pound dog has almost busted through the screen to get at squirrels.
Oct 31, 2014 by Jacqueline D. White
Q.Can a Kitten climb up by clawing into the gate? Sep 29, 2014
A.I wouldn’t put it past any climbing animal (kitten or even determined dog) to be able to get over the fence. It depends on the age of the kitten but i wouldn’t expect the gate to keep any cat behind it for long.
Sep 29, 2014 by Vanetia
Q.Can this gate work on an outdoor deck opening? Aug 16, 2014
A.I don’t see why not–as long as you have 2 vertical posts to hold it in place–also check the width of opening and gate to make sure it will fit. If your deck opening is like a doorway opening, it should work. If leaving it outside for awhile, I would spray the wood with some waterproof sealant–the mesh is plastic so water would not be a concern.
Aug 16, 2014 by Ellen K. Artale
Q.I want to fit this gate for my balcony which has wide open bars.can this be fixed attached to balcony ? Jun 7, 2014
A.This is your normal pressure gate. As making it fixed attached, you would have to buy a mod for it to be fixed.
Jun 9, 2014 by Richard
Q.How long is this gate? My door is only 23 inches across. Will it fit in that space or would it be too large? May 22, 2014
A.It extends 28″-42″ according to the description. So I think it would be too large.
May 22, 2014 by Judy R.
Q.Has anyone tried using two of these side-by-side to span a wider distance? In our case, the distance is 74″. Mar 20, 2014
A.These gates are held using lateral force against door frames. Two gates will not support each other.
Mar 20, 2014 by David
Q.does it open in place Feb 19, 2014
A.No, you must remove it.
Feb 19, 2014 by P. Baker
Q.does it work with baseboards? Feb 4, 2014
A.I only use it for the doorway leading to the kitchen. I would think that it would though.
Feb 4, 2014 by Blondiemama1
Q.Would it be possible to use this gate with wooden spacers on the upper bumpers in a hallway with moldings? Oct 22, 2013
A.I use it in my hallway with bumpers. it bends a little but doesnt snap. it will mold, fit and tighten. but just adjust with caution. I do feel like if i rush or force it that it could break.
Oct 22, 2013 by Kristy Nguyen
Q.Can the door be closed with this gate installed in the doorway? Need it for 2 1/2 year old’s bedroom on the second floor. Jan 28, 2014
A.Of course. You would install it on the outside door frame. You should be able to close the door just fine.
Jan 28, 2014 by Kathleen H.
Q.Would this work outside? I would like a portable gate to use at the top of outdoor deck stairs when we’re spending time outside. Jun 10, 2014
A.Yes it would! I took it outside once to block a hole in the fence (because my cats were playing in the yard) and forgot it there for a week. Nothing happened to it (no damage etc).