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Child Safety Stair Gate ASDA instore only 7.50

£7.50 @ George (Asda George)
Safety stair gate , daughter bought similar and it cost her £80 for the pair, only available instore while stocks last Read More
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Safety stair gate , daughter bought similar and it cost her £80 for the pair, only available instore while stocks last
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#1
which asda u went to?
#2
they had these in the new Asda in Ipswich on Saturday....
#3
ASDA in AYR
#4
http://asda.scene7.com/is/image/Asda/2652393?resmode=sharp&op_usm=1.1,0.5,0,0&defaultimage=default_details_GM&rgn=0,0,1500,1500&scl=3.1645569620253164&id=3bxybzyBmghGShVCUsd_Y4
#5
thanks wil go have a look in asda newcastle
#6
This is for the parents who cannot supervise children in our nanny state.
30 years ago, did one have a stair gate?
Goggles for playing conquers too!
#7
Common Sense
This is for the parents who cannot supervise children in our nanny state.
30 years ago, did one have a stair gate?
Goggles for playing conquers too!


or it could be for parents who want their children to be safe while they pop to the loo, or to keep kids out of the kitchen while the ovens on or while making a cup of tea!!!!
#8
Common Sense
This is for the parents who cannot supervise children in our nanny state.
30 years ago, did one have a stair gate?
Goggles for playing conquers too!


r u a parent yourself?
#9
mmmkbb
r u a parent yourself?


i doubt they are! lol
#10
lprangle21
or it could be for parents who want their children to be safe while they pop to the loo, or to keep kids out of the kitchen while the ovens on or while making a cup of tea!!!!







I second that, well said.................read his previous posts:roll:
#11
is just not possible to FOCUS 100% on my 8 months old baby all d time. i work at home and a safety gate help me lots in making sure that he is within my surveilance.
#12
ms_63
I second that, well said.................read his previous posts:roll:


oh my god! just read some of his posts! what a weirdo! im guessing by the posts about the DAD not being allowed the MUMS meal that he possibly is a dad. but im also guessing he leaves the mum at home to look after there child with no stairgates! poor woman must be knackered running to get her child off the stairs every 5 minutes!:whistling:
#13
lprangle21
oh my god! just read some of his posts! what a weirdo! im guessing by the posts about the DAD not being allowed the MUMS meal that he possibly is a dad. but im also guessing he leaves the mum at home to look after there child with no stairgates! poor woman must be knackered running to get her child off the stairs every 5 minutes!:whistling:





How many positive remarks out of the 96 posts did you spot?

Answer 0......:whistling:
#14
Common Sense
This is for the parents who cannot supervise children in our nanny state.
30 years ago, did one have a stair gate?
Goggles for playing conquers too!


What a rediculous comment... wait til you have kids... I'm not prepared to constantly worry about my daughter falling down the stairs.... and these were around 25 years ago when I was a kid
#15
Common Sense;6421692
This is for the parents who cannot supervise children in our nanny state.
30 years ago, did one have a stair gate?
Goggles for playing conquers too!



bit harsh, depends on the design of your house....not everything in the good old days is great.....absestos in paint, artexing, wooden panelled ceiling...constant strikes by lazy workers, cars with no safety

mind you i never understand why the H&S police always tell you to fill in ponds....why? i just put a 2.5 foot fence around ours....looks nice and is safe as you cant climb it...you dont want to wrap them cotton but sometimes common sense prevails
#16
Common Sense;6421692
This is for the parents who cannot supervise children in our nanny state.
30 years ago, did one have a stair gate?
Goggles for playing conquers too!



this might be the most senseless of all comments ever on made on this item.


i am a full time parent of 1 kid..and all i can say is that is one the best inventions ever made for kids. i have 100% concentration on my kid all through the day even when she is sleeping. but still i feel this i have a strong need for this gate few occasions when i have to relax and my kid is stil energetic.

inventions are made to make life easy. 100 years ago there wee no planes. probably you should be in stone age

sorry if i am rude.

voted HOT
#17
What a deal! Told a few friends about this and they were very happy!
#18
Excellent deal - I paid around £30 from Argo for one earlier in the year to stop puppy climbing the stairs!

And yes, I used them with my children too!!

H&R.
#19
This is a great price!
#20
is this nationwide??????
#21
leehustwait
What a rediculous comment... wait til you have kids... I'm not prepared to constantly worry about my daughter falling down the stairs.... and these were around 25 years ago when I was a kid




Read all his previous posts.......he does have kids by the sounds of it!!

Victor Meldrew springs to mind
#22
EXCELLENT - Just picked up the last 3 from ASDA Dunfermline:-D:thumbsup:
#23
Common Sense
This is for the parents who cannot supervise children in our nanny state.
30 years ago, did one have a stair gate?
Goggles for playing conquers too!


I hope that no matter how "nanny state" we get most people know how to spell CONKER!
#24
it is nationwide, but you will have to be lucky to find some! they were part of the baby event and they were all reduced when the event ended yesterday i think. our store was sold out at the event price of £15 as that was cheap for the gate. best try asap if your hoping to find one!
#25
Common Sense
This is for the parents who cannot supervise children in our nanny state.
30 years ago, did one have a stair gate?
Goggles for playing conquers too!


bate from an attention seeker?

i use my stairgate so my son has the freedom to crawl around so i dont have to hold him constantly and mollycoddle him and i know he is safe and free to explore with no danger involved
#26
Just another point... They may not have had these years ago, but the alternative was a playpen... I would rather my daughter could play in the whole room rather than a play pen!!
#27
does anyone have a code that i could use to check stock at local branches?

Thanks
#28
Is it actually the gate in the picture, a Lindam one, or some cheapo make?
I got a Lindam one in the baby sale couple of weeks ago and it was £18.
#29
This was the price up until yesterday when the baby event finished....................
#30
joey_t yes it is the one in the picture they are the Lindam ones - we bought the last 2 from Peterborough yesterday :)

Perfect timing for us - little one is on the verge of starting to crawl!


Oh and yes 'common sense' they did have stairgates 30 years ago! :roll:
#31
...and they're quite nifty for keeping the dog downstairs as well :thumbsup:
#32
Common Sense
This is for the parents who cannot supervise children in our nanny state.
30 years ago, did one have a stair gate?
Goggles for playing conquers too!


This guy's a total fool.
I would use something a little stronger but I've already been banned once, so....
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he's a ****
#33
This is excellent deal.have been looking about for one for a while now. Definitely hot no matter what some people think! stoneager! HOT will check local asda straightaway thanx
#34
Yeah, and immunisations are for kids whose parents can't stop them dying from bacterial or viral infections....

What a stupid idiotic thing to say. Should i stop sterilising bottles too?
#35
Common Sense
This is for the parents who cannot supervise children in our nanny state.
30 years ago, did one have a stair gate?
Goggles for playing conquers too!


No, you are right, these didn't exist 30 years ago. Remember playpens :roll:
#36
ollyk
No, you are right, these didn't exist 30 years ago. Remember playpens :roll:


They most certainly did exist 30 years ago (even 40 years ago) - didn't have the luxury of the opening gate or alarm. Mum has a picture of me attempting to scale one!!

Fab deal - heat added and repped.
#37
ollyk;6424983
No, you are right, these didn't exist 30 years ago. Remember playpens :roll:


If youa re goign to support a troll, then at least get your history right.

Of course they existed over 50 years ago!
I never had one as a kid, but my friend's house did... wooden then, less easy to move, but things move on. They existed then probably because they are a simple low-tech solution to preventing the HUGE numbers of serious injuries year in, year out happening to kids falling down stairs.

In my view, people should be quite entitled to opt out of simple safety measures, and let their offspring be maimed and injured, it's fine, so long as I don't have to pay taxes to keep them in intensive care for the following 40+ years :-(

I think it is called a little Chlorine for the gene pool.
#38
they also have the flexi travel version for 7.50 Had to ask for them to get the product out of the back though (Windsford store)
#39
Common Sense
This is for the parents who cannot supervise children in our nanny state.
30 years ago, did one have a stair gate?


Urm... yes actually, in fact wooden stair guards go back many generations. Do you have kids? What do you do tie them up?? Wake up to reality!
#40
twinkle
...and they're quite nifty for keeping the dog downstairs as well :thumbsup:


I so totally agree!!!!!!!!!! These are perfect for teaching puppys, brood bitches, messy dogs, etc etc and for the ones that sneak upstairs, hide in my bed, and play BOO when I least expect it lol

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