The BabyDan Extra Tall Gate stands 105cm high and fits openings between 90cm and 367cm depending on the size you decide to choose. The Extra tall gate is perfect for the more adventurous toddlers who would try a scale a standard gate, or if you have pets in the house this gate is great.
- Can be extended infinitely with seperate sections
- Two-way one-handed opening and double locking
- Quick release fittings for removal when not in use
- Free placement of door
- Height 105cm
- Distance between bars 5.1cm / 2"
- Simple step-by-step high-end 3D animated instructions are supported by Onbox direct to your phone
- Traditional 2D instructions also contained in the box
Please see the size guide below and choose the closest size that suits your needs. The door section can be placed in the centre, left or right, depending on your preference. The wall mount comes with each purchase.
|Model ||Overall Size ||Panel Sizes ||Price |
|L ||223 cm ||3 x 72cm sections ||€129.99 |
|XL ||295 cm ||4 x 72cm sections ||€149.99 |
|XXL ||367 cm ||5 x 72cm sections ||€165.99 |
European Safety Standard:
Danish company BabyDan have been creating safety products since the 1950s. Their mission statement remains "Eyes for Safety".
European Safety Barriers Standard (EN 1930:2011)
A revised European standard EN 1930:2011 was published by the European Committee for Standardization (CEN) in December 2011. It concerns the domestic indoor use of child safety barriers across door openings and replaces the current standard EN1930: 2000 and its amendment A1: 2005. European National Standard Organizations bound to CEN/CENELEC have to publish this new document until June 30, 2012.
Safety barriers used in the home are intended to guard crawling infants and toddlers against accidents such as falling down the stairs and access to the many dangers present in kitchens and bathrooms, such as burns from touching the stove, scalds or impacts from pulling down cooking pots and poisoning from drinking cleaning fluids. Young children under 2 years of age are sometimes violent at play and are always naturally curious and unaware of dangers. They often find inventive ways to overcome barriers such as baby gates, calling for equally inventive safety features to prevent them from doing so.