I was skeptical on buying these based on other reviews I have read. The cut out for the feet does not fit snug on gate and allows it to lean one way or the other. It is also cut too deep. It would be a better design if it could be attached from underneath.
These did not work on our gate- sat way to far up off the ground. Not at all what I was expecting
We have not used the Support Feet as yet but they look good. Wish I could offer more info. We aren't using them, but are keeping same if we should ever use the gate standing on it's own. We have the gate up against our step and against one wall so we don't need them.
This gate (and the feet) are a complete waste of money!! First of all, the feet should come with the gate! Making you purchase them separately is completely ridiculous. My 2 medium size dogs can easily get through this gate without a problem. The gate is light and easily movable and the walk through opens with the slightest nudge.
I originally bought the 360 gate without the feet. I ordered them about 2 weeks later. Huge difference. The gate is so much more stable when our pup wants to jump on it. Ordered 2 sets. So we have 4 on our gate.
would be ok for some gates, but didn't fit mine--distance of "cut outs" was too short to floor---live and learn love the gate--cat doesn't
While the pet gate does stand on its own, the support feet add stability that helps keep the gate from moving when I touch the sides of the door. The color matches the gate perfectly and the feet fit well. I was glad to see they had felt bottoms on them so my floor is protected too.
These need some redesign – they are good in theory, but are actually useless. Since they are only about 1/2" wide and the distance between each rail on the gates are just under 2", the feet simply tip over and roll to the side. They do not stay upright in order to keep the gate panels standing as intended. Not even if you have a dog that leaves the gate alone; merely bumping into the gate makes them turn. They should really be just shy of the width of the distance between the rails so that they cannot tip in this way. I will be making my own, it's just a shame I had to waste approximately $17 and now more on new materials. I do NOT recommend spending the extra money on these feet. You'd be better off making your own or finding another clever way to keep the gate supported. However, my pup thinks they are great chew toys. ;)
These support feet fit my new pet gate perfectly. I put them on over the lower bar, and they give much more stability to the gate. If you have a "rompy" dog, they may not be what you want, but my 60+ pound guy leaves the gate alone. I use them only for stability, not strength.
Cheaply made, the color isn't even and now they're falling apart. I'm trying to glue them but it's hard because no wood clamps and it would be difficult to clamp anyway.