Reddit Reddit reviews Toddleroo by North States 3 in 1 Metal Superyard: 144" long extra wide baby gate, barrier or play yard. Hardware or freestanding. 6 panels, 10 sq.ft. enclosure (30" tall, Beige)

We found 15 Reddit comments about Toddleroo by North States 3 in 1 Metal Superyard: 144" long extra wide baby gate, barrier or play yard. Hardware or freestanding. 6 panels, 10 sq.ft. enclosure (30" tall, Beige). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Toddleroo by North States 3 in 1 Metal Superyard: 144
NEW NAME - SAME GREAT BRAND YOU TRUST: The Toddleroo by North States 3-in-1 Metal Superyard is versatile and reliable - acting as a portable playpen, a baby gate or a safety barrier. Works on carpet, tile, hardwood floors, etc. without scratching.SAFETY & CONVENIENCE: The free-standing enclosure sets up in seconds, and the swinging walk-thru door panel has a child-proof double-locking system allowing secure, easy access.MODERN FEATURES FOR MODERN HOMES: The mounting hardware accommodates extra-tall baseboards, can be mounted to angled walls, and can be infinitely extended with extension panels (sold separately) to span extra wide areas.CONFIGURABLE FOR A VARIETY OF SPACES:The 3in1 Superyard has configurable panels that lock into place to fit any play area. Change the space, change the shape! This play yard has infinite options.BABY SAFE: Safe for babies ages 6-24 months. This item includes mounting hardware, to create an extra-wide baby gate, or a safety barrier to protect babies from fireplaces or other hazards.VERSATILE AND SECURE-This item can easily be set up as a free standing play yard. For extra security as a hardware- mount barrier please follow the enclosed instructions, using the included hardware and screws.
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15 Reddit comments about Toddleroo by North States 3 in 1 Metal Superyard: 144" long extra wide baby gate, barrier or play yard. Hardware or freestanding. 6 panels, 10 sq.ft. enclosure (30" tall, Beige):

u/Rackemup · 4 pointsr/Parenting

We have a set of these:
metal super-gates of awesomeness

no horizontal footholds = no way to climb.
they're more expensive, but they're pretty good quality.

u/StriderTB · 4 pointsr/dogs

Definitely do positive reinforcement classes. Our trainers used a time out technique for instances when a pup needed correction. Instead of using NO as a verbal cue to indicate something bad, since it's so over used, we were taught to use TOO BAD. Even now at 3, if I tell my dog TOO BAD, he knows he did something wrong. The technique we used was to mark the inappropriate behavior with the verbal cue, and then immediately put him in a quick 15-20 second time out.

We used an open topped playpen like this:

This was really useful whenever he would go over threshold, chew on something that was off limits, or dealing with his adolescent nipping phase.

The sooner you start, the more success you will have. Good luck!

u/bblars · 3 pointsr/parentsofmultiples

We bought two of these to go across our fireplace and TV stand. They worked great.

u/xo_two · 2 pointsr/puppy101

A little pricier than other options, but I got this one for my GSD puppy and it has been awesome. It's technically for kids but it has worked well for her.

I like that the bars are metal and there are no horizontal bars across it so it keeps them from being able to climb. It is basically indestructible. You can buy additional panels that are super easy to attach. It also comes with a kit to anchor it to walls if you want to use it as a gate to block off rooms instead.

u/catsreaction · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

Have you looked at playpens that can also be used as a gate, like this one They have removable panels so you can make it smaller, or but additional panels to make it bigger. And if the size isn't perfect you can angle the panels to make it fit.

u/WigglyBaby · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

We have two of these and love them. I read a lot of the reviews before getting anything. This one is heavy (toddler can't push it), and has straight bars (rather than e.g. a criss-cross pattern) that toddlers can't climb up easily.

u/p_kitty · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

We got two of these to create a baby pen for my son, with the expectation that we'd be adding two more kids to it. It's expensive, but it's awesome. Solid as a rock and because it's bars, rather than a grid pattern on the panels, he can't climb it.

There's nothing wrong with putting your babies in a confined space to keep them safe.

u/smeggysmeg · 1 pointr/daddit

We used this gate around my desk area until our little guy was about 2. Now he just leaves it alone... mostly.

u/Somnambulates · 1 pointr/Parenting

I had gotten a gate that went to 10 feet I believe (we had a really wide area between the living and dining room) I’ll check and see if I can find it again. You can remove panels from it.

Yeah lol I’d rather not “wait and see”
“I’d rather ‘try and do’ but thanks”
People are ridiculous. I remember when I first got pregnant I was asking my friend who had already had two kids and was on her third (was pregnant around the same time as me no less) I asked how I could get Medicaid and she couldn’t tell me. I’m like why do people not want to tell you THESE Things but will tell you before or when asked but will have no problem giving you “advice” on things they really shouldn’t.

Going to go look now and calm down a bit.

Edit: found it!!

u/Frostfox · 1 pointr/daddit

This wouldn't work for you? Works great for me.

u/FractiousPhoebe · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

I have this one with 8 panels
North States 3-in-1 Metal Superyard - 144 inches Long Play Yard: Create an extra-wide gate or a play yard. Hardware mount or freestanding. 6 panels, 10 sq. ft. enclosure (30" tall, Beige)

We had it over a foam mat. Now that we moved and LO is older, we have 3 panels with the gate mounted to seperate the living room from the rest of the house. Keeps toddler in and pets out.

u/walleyrund · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I wish I could help. Our top-of-the-stairs gate needs a bolt that goes all the way through the wall to be screwed in with a nut/washer on the other side. another gate is tearing out the door frame. The only one that really works is this free-standing one we have at the bottom of the stairs.

u/KI2000 · 1 pointr/daddit

If you can afford it, I would suggest upgrading to the metal version:

The plastic version is a lot easier to climb (the diamond pattern provides horizontal toe holds) and the metal version comes with wall brackets.