Crestedcanine
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    November 19, 2012
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Crestedcanine's Reviews
 
Crafted with fine mesh panels instead of traditional bars, our Tension-mount Dual Door Gate can safely contain even the smallest pets. Intricate filigree accents and a warm oil-rubbed bronze finish also complement your décor. The dual doors allow selective use for pets of various sizes. Steel frame for superior strength and stability and to withstand dog bites and scratches Auto-close feature on both doors Soft, non-marring felt pads protect walls Easily installs in doorways that are 33.5"-37.5" wide (view assembly instructions)
 
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5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Great Gate,
Date:November 19, 2012
ByCrestedcanine
New/Existing Customer:Existing
Date:November 19, 2012
This gate is unusually good looking and very easy to install. I was concerned that I didn't need this tall a gate but it actually is easier to open (no stooping) when carrying items through it. Sturdy, solid construction and everything has stayed snug through several months of use to date. Keeps my gang in place and my cat happy!
Pros: Appearance, Quality, Durability, ease of installation
 
Crestedcanine's Answers
 
Crafted with fine mesh panels instead of traditional bars, our Tension-mount Dual Door Gate can safely contain even the smallest pets. Intricate filigree accents and a warm oil-rubbed bronze finish also complement your décor. The dual doors allow selective use for pets of various sizes. Steel frame for superior strength and stability and to withstand dog bites and scratches Auto-close feature on both doors Soft, non-marring felt pads protect walls Easily installs in doorways that are 33.5"-37.5" wide (view assembly instructions)
 

Does the door swing both ways? How does it latch?

Both the top and bottom gate open one way and that is why (IMO) it is sturdy. Nice sliding tension latch for the gate, the smaller gate has a latch that drops behind a fixed bar for closure.
2 years, 6 months ago
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Crestedcanine
Florida, USA