The Toddleroo by North States® Riverstone Extra Tall & Wide Baby Gate gives parents the peace of mind their child will be safe and secure. The gravity-fed hinge door allows this gate to shuts firmly and gently behind you with one simple push. For added convenience, the gate door swings open both ways and offers a triple-locking system to keep your little one protected. To keep the gate open, just push the door past 90 degrees and the hold-open feature will kick-in, preventing closure. The Toddleroo Riverstone Extra Tall & Wide gate pressure mounts effortlessly by using tension knobs to lock the gate in place. This safety gate has a graphite finish that will complement any home decor, and its heavy-duty steel metal construction is built to last. It is ideal for a variety of room openings or at the bottom of stairs measuring 29.75 to 52 inches wide with three extensions included, and is an extra-tall 36 inches high. Every Toddleroo by North States baby gate is JPMA and ASTM certified.
- Location: Between Rooms/Hallways, Extra-Wide Openings/Barrier
- Width: Adjusts to fit 29.75" - 52" wide
- Mounting: Pressure Mount
- Height: 36"
- Material: Metal
- Color: Graphite
- Easy to use – extend tension knobs until gate fits tightly
- Triple-locking system with easy one-hand operation
- Self-closing gate with hold-open feature; swings both ways
- Hard-to-climb barrier
- Steel construction in a graphite finish will complement any home décor
- Three extensions are included
- JPMA and ASTM certified
My pressure-mounted metal gate came out of the package looking bent and has a gap where the latch should be. What do I do?
When you unpack this gate, you may notice that it is not square. This is normal and the gate is not damaged. It is manufactured at a pre-set angle so that when it is installed properly in an opening, it will maintain the correct amount of tension. This tension prevents the gate from being dislodged from the opening under normal use. Please read and follow the instruction manual carefully.
Can I add more extensions to my pressure-mounted metal gate?
Not all of our gates have the option to increase its width with extensions. If your gate has additional extensions available, they will be found in our Baby Gate Extensions section of our website. Because extensions are not universal but are exclusive to the gate, the easiest way to find them is to search with the 4-digit model number of the gate. If the gate has additional extensions available for purchase, they will show in the results. Otherwise, the product page of your specific gate will also offer any available extensions that can be purchased separately.
What is the distance between the bars of my gate?
The distance between the bars of most of our pressure-mounted metal gates is 2 ¼ inches.
Do I need to use the mounting cups that are included in the hardware package?
The mounting cups should be used to ensure the safety and security of the gate.
Can I get replacement parts for my gate?
Most components will be included in a prepackaged hardware set and may not be sold separately. Any Baby Gate Replacement Parts that are offered can be ordered directly on our website by using the search feature to search with the 4-digit model number (or name) of the product. All available replacement parts will show in the results. If you do not see the component that you are looking for, that means it is not something available for ordering or may be for a discontinued gate.
Can I use my pressure-mounted gate at the top of my stairs?
Unless it states specifically that it is intended to be used at the top of a stairway, we do not recommend the use of our pressure-mounted gates at the top of the stairs. Only hardware-mounted gates that are permanently installed into a wooden stud/surface are safe to use at the top of a stairway. With enough force, a pressure-mounted gate may become dislodged and no longer hold tension, leading to falls, injury, or damage. You can view all of our Top of Stairs Baby Gates on our website.
What is the width of the door on my gate?
The width of the swinging door on most of our pressure-mounted metal gates is 22 inches.
What is the Triple Locking System?
When installed properly, there are three steps required to open the gate from the locked position.
1. Rotate the plastic locking handle (the release button/tab will be on the underside of the handle, facing the ground, when it is unlocked).
2. Retract the release button/tab on the underside.
3. Lift on the door and open.
Retracting the release button in step 2 is what causes the door to clear the spring-loaded tab opposite of the latch. The release button is only used when opening the door of the gate. (When the latch is in the locked position, the release button will be facing out from the gate.)
If you are retracting the release button and the door will not open when lifted, you have the gate installed too tightly and you will need to loosen the tension knobs.
If you can lift on the door and it opens without having to retract the release button, you have it installed improperly and it will need to be tightened more at the tension knobs.