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Cardinal Gates Outdoor Dog Gate, White

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Description

Secure your deck for your doggie dude using the Cardinal Gates Outdoor Dog Gate. This outdoor gate is crafted for maximum strength, without any plastic components. It mounts wherever you need using strong, stainless steel hardware for long-lasting durability. The aluminum construction is powder-coated to be rust-proof and weatherproof so you know it can stand up to the elements. Out of the box, the 29.5-inch tall gate is adjustable for openings between 27-inches and 42.5-inches wide with additional extensions also available. The one-handed latch makes it easy for just about anyone except your pupper to operate.

Key Benefits
  • Add the safety and security of a gate to your outdoor space.
  • Built to be easy to operate with just 1 hand when needed.
  • Powder-coated to be rust-proof, weatherproof and ideal for outdoor use.
  • Can be mounted at unique angles up to 30 degrees to best meet your needs.
  • Designed for durability with all-metal construction and includes mounting hardware.

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  • Item Number
    217331
  • Weight
    10.0 pounds
  • Breed Size
    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds
  • Material
    Aluminum, Stainless Steel
  • Gate Type
    Hardware Mounted
  • Gate Feature
    Walk-Through, Stair Compatible, Outdoor, Chew-Resistant, Locking
  • Gate Width
    27 to 42.5 inches
  • Bar Spacing
    2.5 inches
Size
ProductLengthWidthHeight
Cardinal Gates Outdoor Dog Gate3 inches42.5 inches30 inches
Rating: 4.4 of 5 stars 5 Reviews 5 Reviews 4.4 out of 5 Stars

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    You Have to Get the Hang of It (No Pun Intended)

    By Gardener on Mar 1, 2021

    Although I first put up a gate at the top of the stairs to our deck to keep our young grandson safe, once my grandson outgrew it, I found it useful for keeping mischievious animals from invading my container vegetable garden. It didn’t take many seasons, though, for that gate and its extension to rust through. The Cardinal Gate should do much better because its made of aluminum rather than steel, and the outside version comes with stainless steel hardware. I also like it better aesthetically than my previous one, because it has a simple no-frill design. It’s greatest problem, though, is that it’s a bit hard to comprehend how it works with just a static photo, and I think that causes more Although I first put up a gate at the top of the stairs to our deck to keep our young grandson safe, once my grandson outgrew it, I found it useful for keeping mischievious animals from invading my container vegetable garden. It didn’t take many seasons, though, for that gate and its extension to rust through. The Cardinal Gate should do much better because its made of aluminum rather than steel, and the outside version comes with stainless steel hardware. I also like it better aesthetically than my previous one, because it has a simple no-frill design. It’s greatest problem, though, is that it’s a bit hard to comprehend how it works with just a static photo, and I think that causes more than a few purchasers to think it’s difficult to operate. I watched two different videos on how to mount it—and even then I didn’t quite understand its quirks. First, the gate itself is made of two pieces that slide in and out together, which suggests that’s how you open and close it. But the sliding feature is used just once to adjust the width of the gate with a set screw. The gate actually opens fully on its unique hinge mechanism. Instead of the normal two individual hinges, you mount a long vertical rod from one fence post which travels through two eyebolts mounted on the gate itself. This allows the gate not only to swing in or out, but to be raised vertically about an inch, to both unlock it and lock it back in place. It’s all very ingenious, but it will take a little practice to get the hang of unlocking and locking the gate with just one hand. One word of warning: Follow the directions in the exact sequence described. You might think it would be easy to attach one item or another first, but you’ll find yourself disassembling parts because you didn’t anticipate how the parts work together. … more

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Not worth the price. Poor craftsmanship.

    By will on Feb 21, 2021

    It's a good design very poorly executed. Poorly constructed and as a result, screws don't fit right and it's much weaker than it should be. Some of the rails were cut to the wrong size by about a quarter to half an inch. A really awful weld holds each bar in place (barely)... One good bump and this thing will no longer be a gate. For the exorbitant price, I would expect something of decent quality, not this junk. I'd say this gate would be worth it at $30.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Good deck gate

    By RonL on Oct 4, 2020

    Very easy to install and looks great! Can be installed on the front side of the deck posts instead of in between them if you prefer that type of install. It allows the gate to be opened all the way and stored out of the way. Recommended!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great sturdy gate!

    By Karen on Oct 16, 2020

    Easy to install, very sturdy and I would recommend!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Puppy gate

    By Buddy on Jun 23, 2020

    Nice gate easy to install,good price fast delivery

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