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Lascal KiddyGuard Assure

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from £79.00

Simple retractable baby stairgate. No fuss design that rolls out of the way when not in use. All KiddyGuard gates meet and exceed current safety standards.

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from £79.00

The Assure retractable baby gate from KiddyGuard is our value stairgate. Featuring a simpler design, it shares all the important safety features as the Accent and Avant. When it’s not in use, the gate rolls up on to a simple spindle, which attaches to a wall or banister.

The strong mesh screen, fits any openings up to 100cms and can withstand impact of up to 100kg (220lbs). Like all KiddyGuard gates, it offers more fitting flexibility than traditional safety gates and makes a variety of spaces and openings safe with infants.

The Assure opens and closes with one-hand and can be set to lock automatically or manually. A red warning button pops up if the gate has been left unlocked.

All KiddyGuard gates meet current EU safety standards.

Fit the KiddyGuard Assure easily by following our simple instructions and videos.

Banister and skirting installation kits are also available – check if you need one first.

Cheeky Tip

For spaces wider than 100cms, have a look at the KiddyGuard Avant.

Q & A's

Product Questions

Why can a KiddyGuard only be used with children up to 2 years old?
Should I buy a second hand stairgate?
Why does the KiddyGuard need to be fitted 15cms (6 inches) from the top step of my stairs?
Can I attach it to wood or stone masonry or glass?
Can I have this going at an angle (the banister is in the way and too low for it to fix).
How tall is the Assure gate?
  • Customer review

    Matt, 28/05/2015

    This product is good. When not in use it retracts to a discrete size. It is fiddly at first to open and close but there is a knack and once mastered it is quick to operate. You need the spacer pack if you have skirting boards or walls which are not completely true. Pack and fitting options give the necessary flexibility to fit most stairs I'd say. Ours are unusual and this fitted well. Fitting is not difficult - 8 screws really but what you need to do is plan well with a spirit level ideally - if the hooks and mounts are not at the right height and parallel with each other then you will get fraying and problems opening etc. Get it right and it works really well.

  • Customer review

    TommyS, 28/05/2015

    I fitted this stair gate in about 20 minutes, it did take a bit of getting used to and can be a bit fiddly at first, however I can now use it with one hand. It's great that it rolls away neatly and there's nothing to trip over when coming down the stairs. It seems to be pretty sturdy too, we have a 2.5 year old and a 1 year old, they have been testing it and it seems to have passed!

  • Customer review

    Kate, 28/05/2015

    We're just looking to get a third of these gates- gate 1 has survived 3 years at the bottom of the stairs getting hard use in a childcare setting, but gate 2 between the kitchen and dining areas didn't make it through the additional building works- the recoil spring has gone badly wrong, so the gate is unusable- and seems unrepairable, too, which is unfortunate and expensive.
    It is fiddly making the gates open quietly when you're carrying a child- but possible, with a bit of practice. Worth it not to have flappy wooden or metal gates getting in the way all the time.
    We've found the biggest problem is cleaning- even acrylic paint comes off normal gates, but the mesh structure of the Kiddyguard catches absolutely everything, and the fabric and plastic fixings do stain. So we now have slighly multicoloured gates from years of painty fingers!

  • Customer review

    C Richardson, 28/05/2015

    We have had one of these at the top of our stairs for five years now since our first baby was born. We use it in two directions either across the top of the stairs or from banister to wall so that children just have access to the bathroom and not the stairs or our bedroom! Our third baby is now crawling and we are looking at buying a second one for the bottom of the stairs as we have had a Lindam pressure fit self closing gate and this has caused damage to our wall and it has a bottom bar which we found to be a trip hazard. We have read a number of the reviews so felt we had to put our view forward ... yes we agree that the gate is starting to fray after five years and you do sometimes find that it doesn't close all the way. However we have two boisterous boys and this wonderful 'roller blind' type safety gate manages to keep them safe and has stopped them falling down the stairs and has been worth every penny we paid!!! It just depends what type of safety gate you want in your house!

  • Customer review

    Leese, 22/05/2015

    Got this product as we just didn't have room for a conventional stair gate in our small cottage. Yes it is expensive but it does the job brilliantly and is sturdy and very easy to open and close one handed.

  • Customer review

    Mrs Anon, 22/05/2015

    We love our KiddyGuard - an expensive option but well worth it. When open we never really notice it's there, closed it feels much more friendly than the usual bars - never liked the prison feel!! Plus, it's always seemed crazy to fit something that puts in a trip bar at the top of the stairs, so for me the Kiddyguard was a no brainer (it leaves the top of the stairs completely free). Fitting it wasn't too bad, had to screw it to the wall, but that feels safer than just pressure pads. To make it straight we needed to find a piece of wood that matched the skirting, but that took seconds, and now we have a gate that looks great and is really easy to use

  • Blog review

    Suzanne, 22/05/2015

    Just installed the Avant Kiddyguard and am really pleased that it was easy to fit with the help of the fitting video on the website. It is easy to use and I love the way it tucks neatly into the casing when it is not in use. Already I can see that my son knows that he is not able to access the stairs now


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Instructions Lascal Assure Instructions
Warranty 12 months from date of purchase
Assembly Required Self Assembly required
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