Sure Shut Deco Safety Gate


Keep curious crawlers safe.

  • Squeeze and slide down handle for easy one handed adult opening
  • Pressure Indicator assures baby gate is installed correctly
  • Contemporary combination of birch wood and metal
  • One way opening for use on bottom of stairs
  • Two way opening fo use in doorways providing maximum flexibility
  • Optional second lock at base lets you double up safety
  • Strong steel construction
  • Assembled and ready to install
  • 5 minutes installation - all tools provided
  • Adjusts to fit openings from 76 cm to 82 cm
  • Can be extended up to 117 cm with separately available extensions
  • Safety barrier conforms to EN 1930:2011

The Lindam Sure Shut Deco safety gate is easy to use and has been designed to fit into your home decor seamlessly. Its contemporary wood and metal design not only looks the part, its "push to shut" closing mechanism also provides complete peace of mind that the baby gate is securely locked into place, providing a safe environment for your little cruiser. The Lindam Sure Shut Deco safety gate marries a designer look with innovative safety features to complement your home and suit your family’s needs. While the wood components add a natural softness to the gate’s overall appearance, the U-shaped pressure-fit metal power frame creates a strong four-point pressure fitting when the baby gate is in position. The dual-action opening system is easy for adults, but difficult for small children to operate – simply pinch and push down on the handle for quick one-handed opening. Ideal for use in doorways, stairways, and halls, this sophisticated baby gate fits openings of 76cm to 82cm. For wider openings, the baby gate can be extended up to a maximum opening of 117cm with the use of separate extensions. Assembled and ready to install, you can safeguard danger areas in just 5 minutes, and all tools are provided! It is important that you measure the opening of where you want to install your safety gate correctly. Always measure from the narrowest point, typically skirting to skirting.