Carlson Extra-Wide Walk-Thru Gate with Pet Door

By | 10/29/2013

Carlson 0930PW Extra-Wide Walk-Thru Gate with Pet Door, White

An essential tool for homes with pets, the Carlson Extra-Wide Walk-Through Pet Gate is a convenient, chew-proof way to contain and protect both your pet and home. Made of steel, the safety gate is designed with a pressure-mount system for easy installation and is ideal for extra-wide openings. This portable gate includes two extensions, giving you the option of covering openings in your house ranging from 29 to 44 inches. The walk-through design features a one-touch release handle so you can easily pass through even while carrying things. A 10-by-7-inch pet door lets small animals pass through while everyone else stays put.

Walk-Through Pet Gate that is Extra-Wide
At a Glance:
  • 100 percent steel construction
  • Fits opening between 29 and 44 inches wide
  • 30 inches high with walk-through design
  • Handle includes one-touch release safety lock
  • Pressure-mounting system for easy installation
  • Ideal for: Cats and small dogs (lower gate), or medium to large-sized dogs (main gateCarlson Extra Wide Walk Through Pet Gate Product Shot
The gate’s lower door allows small pets to pass freely, while keeping larger pets contained. View larger.

Carlson Extra Wide Walk Through Pet Gate Product Shot

The lever-style handle features a one-touch release safety lock for easy adult operation. View larger.

Carlson Extra Wide Walk Through Pet Gate Product Shot

Four individually adjustable pressure mounts provide a stable, secure fit.
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Sturdy Steel Construction with Secure Pressure Mounts

This Carlson pet gate boasts 100 percent steel construction for durability and strength, keeping your pet safely confined within your house. The gate installs quickly with four pressure mounts that are individually adjustable to provide a stable, secure fit.

Convenient Walk-Through Design

The gate features a convenient design that allows adults to walk through with a simple lift of the lever-style handle that includes a safety-locking feature. The motion requires only one hand, making it easy to operate while carrying items or holding back an eager pet. Prevent your pets from wandering into areas in your house where they can make a mess or get hurt.

A little door on the bottom opens to allow small pets, such as cats or petite dogs, pass through the gate while keeping larger pets where you want them.

Expandable for Custom Fit in Doorways and Staircases

With 4-inch and 6-inch extension kits, this gate is able to fit openings between 29 and 44 inches wide, in increments. The sturdy gate is ideal for doorways and hall openings, and when used with the four included wall cups, it can be installed at the top of stairs. It stands 30 inches high, preventing pets from easily jumping over.

About Carlson

Carlson makes it easy to keep your home safe and comfortable for all the members of your family. The company has designed a comprehensive line of gates, crates, play yards and pet beds designed specifically for your pet, with all-steel construction, lead-free and nontoxic materials, and chew-proof durability. Instead of repurposing baby gates, Carlson has created a solution that suits all breeds and all lifestyles.

What’s in the Box

Pet gate, four threaded spindle rods, four adjustable hand wheels, four wall cups, four screws, 6-inch extension, 4-inch extension, and instruction manual.

Product Features

  • Lets small pets pass through, while keeping everyone else out
  • Sturdy lead-free, non-toxic, chewproof all-steel construction
  • Easy 1-touch release handle
  • Quick, easy setup
  • Includes 2 extensions to expand gate to 44 inches

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2 thoughts on “Carlson Extra-Wide Walk-Thru Gate with Pet Door

  1. Alexandria Zertuche

    Mom made me give this four stars! Dear Amazon,I would like to express a great deal of dissatisfaction with the gate you sent. First of all, you shipped it too quickly. It got here a whole day before it was supposed to. Second, it was way too easy to install. One minute, I could get into all kinds of trouble in the kitchen: eating the kitties’ food, drooling on the floor, swarming mommy when she is trying to cook–I had it made! The next minute, this gate stopped me from doing all those fun things. It was that fast. Now mommy just walks through, and I have to sit on the other side, looking sad. But that’s not the worst part. The cats can just walk right through the little door in the bottom! Now, if I want to chase them, I have to wait until they come back through. Can you imagine the kind of attitude they’ve been giving me? I tried getting through the little door, and could only fit my head through the hole. I’m not that big either–my vet says I am only 50 pounds (although I am growing fast, being a German Shepherd puppy and all). But the big fat cat I live with, who has to be at least 400 pounds, just slides right through! It’s a strange world we live in, I gotta tell ya. My human baby sister isn’t crawling yet, but I will have to give you an update when she has an opinion about it. Anyways, this gate is terrible. Don’t buy it unless you want your dog to look at you through the metal bars of this gate with big sad eyes. I didn’t want to give it four stars, but my mom made me. I wouldn’t even have given it one star. Maybe I would have horked up my food and pushed that into the shape of a star, but I would have just eaten it again, so it wouldn’t have had any stars. Stupid gate.Slobbers,Otis the Dog

  2. kkb

    pretty good gate I received this gate a few days ago. It’s the first one I have bought that has the door. All the others are the wooden ones that you have to take down to go by it. With four dogs, and some that do not get along (must be kept separate), that was getting very old. I am using the pressure mounting, even though I am using it on stairs (I don’t have any children in the house and the dogs don’t jump up on the gate so I’m not worried about it falling down).Since this review is kind of long, one note up front in case you don’t make it all the way through. When you take the gate out of the box and get ready to install, DON’T cut off all the zip ties right away. Leave the one on that holds the door closed. You can thank me later :)I like having the little door. Where “little” is the important word. I am a pretty small person, and that’s a good thing! I am about 5’7″ and 130 lbs. I don’t think anyone any bigger than me will be able to use this gate without cursing each time they go through the door. I think about the size every time I go through it! This is not a ding about the gate, because I’m sure the measurements for the door are here on the site. Just want to make sure you know.I wasn’t able to put the gate where I wanted to because the gate wasn’t the correct width with either of the extender pieces attached (or both). I was somewhat prepared for this because of another review I read for this gate or for another one that has extensions. For the fewest surprises, the best way they could provide the dimensions is to provide four, as follows:1) range of width with no extensions (it is a range because there are “threaded spindle rods” that you screw in on the sides, and you turn to adjust the tension)2) range of width with larger extension3) range of width with smaller extension4) range of width with both extensionsI’ve already installed it, so I can’t give you exact measurements, but here are the approximate dimensions:1) The gate itself (no extensions) is about 26″ (I can’t give you exact because I have one extension on there so I can’t see the end of the gate on one side, the extension slides over on top of the main part). So, where you install it must be wider than 26″ because there are the “threaded spindle rods” to be inserted on each side for the pressure mounting. I don’t remember how long those are, but probably about 4″. Each of these has an “adjustable wheel spindle” and the rubber end that is up against the wall. So all together you need at least 1.25″ on each side minimum. SOOO, door opening must be at least 28.5″.2) The gate itself, with the larger extension (this is what I used), is 32.5″ (without the spindle rods). So you would need a minimum of 34″ to use this one.3) The gate itself, with the smaller extension, is 30.5″, so you would need at least a 33″ opening to use it.4) With both extensions, I think the gate will be 38″, so you would need at least a 40.5″ opening for this configuration.As far as the maximum for each of these set ups, I am guessing somewhat since I don’t know the exact length of the “threaded spindle rods”. I am guessing the most you would be able to extend them is about 3″ on each side. So the max for each above would be 6″ added to the size of the door, i.e.,1) 32″… (therefore range is 28.5″ to 32″)2) 38.5″… (therefore range is 34″ to 38.5″)3) 36.5″… (therefore range is 33.5″ to 36.5″)4) 44″ … (therefore range is 40.5″ to 44″)Unfortunately the opening where I wanted to install this gate is 39.5″ so it is just in between the ranges for configurations 2 and 4. So I just put it somewhere else.I am adding a picture of what the threaded spindle rod, adjustable wheel spindle, and rubber end look like for reference.

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