Hauck Autoclose 'n' Stop review
The sample of this stair gate failed a Which? test that forms part of the EU standard for safety gates that checks whether the auto-close function operates as it should.
Hauck told us:
‘Hauck UK Ltd do not accept the findings of Which? that their Autoclose’n Stop safety barrier is unsafe when fitted and used correctly.
We have provided evidence of testing in November 2019 where it can be shown that the product passes the required standard when fitted correctly.’
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The Hauck Autoclose ‘n’ Stop stair gate is designed so that it will click shut behind you automatically after you’ve walked through it. It’s a pressure-fit gate that you install using wall cups and adhesive pads. Read the full review of this safety barrier to find out whether it stayed in place during our tough structural and safety testing.
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