Lascal Kiddy Guard Gate

The Kiddy Guard Gate from Lascal is a retractable baby gate that does its job while in use and retracts to become nearly invisible when it is not needed. The gate itself is made of a polyester mesh panel attached to steel and aluminum frame mounts for use in any doorway or on a wall.

The Kiddy Guard Gate expands and provides protection up to 51 inches wide and features locks in both the open and closed positions. Because the gate is made of a one-piece mesh, it is nearly impossible for toddlers to climb.

The locking mechanism releases with one hand and is designed in a way that children can not open the gate. When the gate retracts you know it by the sound it makes, which is nice in many aspects in case the older children retract it. You will know and can make sure it is retracted back.

Helpful accessories are also available for this Kiddy Guard baby gate including both a wall installation kit and a banister kit.

Lascal Kiddy Guard Gate Features

Can be used in doorways 51″ wideavant gate

When not in use, the KiddyGuard rolls out of your way (just like a shade)

Automatic locking feature makes it easy to secure or release with just one hand

Steel and aluminum frame mounts in doorway or on a wall

JPMA certified

Summary Of Reviews

The Lascal Kiddy Guard Gate is one of the better retractable baby gates on the market in our opinion. It is a good option for those that do not want the bulkiness of a metal or wood baby gate, but still want the protection a baby gate for stairs would provide.

Reviews on sites such as Amazon have been above average with most parents commenting on how well the gate protects and how it is nearly invisible when not in use. The drawback that we found, and one that others have commented on as well, is the noise this gate makes when being retracted. It is somewhat loud, although to be fair, you can use two hands and make it retract very quietly. But this would be difficult to do if you are carrying anything in your hands though.

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