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Extended Stairgates.Please help

(15 Posts)
mum2oliver Thu 24-Feb-05 22:28:36

The gap I need to fit is 110cm.Please can someone tell me where I can get one.Iv tried everwhere.The argos catalogue says the lindam ones (£19.99 one) fit up to 110cm with extensions but it mentions nothing about the extensions.where do i get these from.

irishbird Thu 24-Feb-05 22:39:50

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toomanypushchairs Thu 24-Feb-05 22:47:44

usually once you've bought the gate you can get extensions through a leaflet enclosed. Argos sell the gates aswell

BethAndHerBrood Fri 25-Feb-05 09:37:05

I bought a gate from toys r us. It's two panels and you fix them together at whatever width you need. It's also beech, so looks a bit nicer than the metal ones, which is good as it's on the bottom of the stairs and you can see it from the living room.

oooggs Fri 25-Feb-05 17:49:05

Sorry to gate crash BUT........

I need something to fit 53" (135cm)

Any bright ideas???????

Yorkiegirl Fri 25-Feb-05 17:52:19

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oooggs Fri 25-Feb-05 19:41:18

Looks good but only up to 51", can it be adjusted?

Yorkiegirl Fri 25-Feb-05 19:42:59

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Mum2Ela Fri 25-Feb-05 19:43:14

Mine is the same as BethAndHerBrood and its fab cos its not like a gate and then you add bits on, its like 2 gats that you overlap to be the correct size iyswim. Toys r us.

oooggs Fri 25-Feb-05 19:44:43

Do you think the one from toys r us would fill a gap that wide?

Mum2Ela Fri 25-Feb-05 19:47:54

It fits up to 1027mm. Is that 127cm? Sorry, bein thick! So ooogs,no it wouldn't.

But you could do what my dad used to do in our house and attach a piece of wood to the wall and affix the gate to that

oooggs Sat 26-Feb-05 15:05:26

thanks for checking Mum2ela. Something we will have to think about. The house which we are buying has an arch from lounge/dinner to kitchen and I don't really want to change it to doors.

marthamoo Sat 26-Feb-05 15:10:02

We have an open plan kitchen dining room and used three sections (gate and a panel either side) from one of these

I think you can just buy the three sections somewhere - Littlewoods online?

marthamoo Sat 26-Feb-05 15:13:15

No, it's not Littlewoods. I know I bought the whole playpen from Kiddicare (knowing I was only going to use three sections) and later saw it just as a three-section barrier in a catalogue at MILs.

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