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North States SuperYard XT Extension Kit $26.18

NORTH STATES SUPERYARD XT Baby/Pet Gate & Play Yard

$119.99


North States Superyard Xt Baby/pet Gate And Play Yard

- We recently purchased two North States Superyard XT Gate sets [Amazon: ]. We need the space since we have two twin girls who are starting to crawl and stand.

This video is a quick look at the gates setup in our living room. We might have to return them since the are very flimsy when setup as a rectangle. We will try the recommended shape but we already know it won't fit well with the play mats we have.

Really wish they made it clear that you can't setup as a rectangle. Hope this video helps other parents out there.

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North States Superyard Xt Baby And Pet Play Yard

Deluxe Superyard XT 2 Panel Extension by North States

$29.95

North States Superyard Xt Baby And Pet Gate Play Yard, Light Gray

The Superyard , model 8634, consists of six 30-inch by 23-inch interlocking pale gray plastic panels. The size and shape of the play area can be changed by adding or removing panels. The Superyard Extension Kit, model 8631, consists of two panels that can be added to the Superyard . Only Superyards and Superyard Extension Kits produced from November 8, 1994 through October 17, 1995 need to be repaired to prevent the posts from pulling loose. The production date is stamped on a diamond-shaped label in the center of one of the plastic panels.

WASHINGTON, D.C. - In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), North States Industries of Minneapolis, Minn., is offering a repair kit for approximately 70,000 Superyard children's play enclosures and 6,000 Superyard Extension Kits manufactured between November 8, 1994 and October 17, 1995. Small plastic locking posts can be pulled loose when any of the enclosure's panels are disconnected, presenting a choking hazard to small children.