Dreambaby Cosmopolitan Security Gate Review

In this Dreambaby Cosmopolitan Security Gate Review I share how you can protect your child’s safety and give yourself peace of mind.

This Dreambaby Gate is a secure and stylish baby gate designed with a timber and metal finish. It has wide bars help to prevent children from entering certain areas of the home which may pose hazards, such as a kitchen or staircase.

Dreambaby Cosmopolitan Security Gate

The Dreambaby Cosmopolitan Security Gate

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For us, this child safety gate is going to be perfect for my son’s bedroom door and for taking with us on holidays.

Review of Dreambaby Cosmopolitan Security Gate

These child gates are pressure mounted, so it doesn’t require screwing into the walls. As my son is two, we won’t need to use the gate for too long on his bedroom door and it will save us from having to refill holes afterwards.

I’ve even seen people use Dreambaby gates as stair gates or dog gates!

Dreambaby Cosmopolitan Security Gate

More features of the Dreambaby child safety gates:

  • Fits openings from  75-84 cm/ 29.5 – 33in
  • 76 cm/ 30in tall
  • Extends up to 138cm/ 54.5in with optional extensions
  • Opens in both directions
  • Smart Stay-Open feature
  • Easy-Close
  • Sturdy metal & timber construction
  • Easy Pressure Mounted installation
  • Easy one-handed operation for adults

I hope this Dream baby gate review helps you when you’re searching for your kids safety gate.

You can buy a Dreambaby Security Gate online here in Australia, here in the US and here in the UK.

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45 Comments

  1. Eva Kiraly
    / 11:06 am

    I know I left my 3yo playing outside with his truck so I dashed inside and back outside within under 5 minutes and he was gone, I was so frantic, he’d somehow unlatched the gate and was down the block driving his truck on the road, you need to be there every second whether yo have a gate or not!

  2. Anthea Cornish
    / 6:43 pm

    Using the dreambaby gate of course,
    constant supervision too I endorse,
    Accidents happen way to quick,
    so parents beware and don’t miss a trick!

  3. Bella Ri
    / 6:39 pm

    We cover all corners in our home with bubble wrap, so my little one won’t get hurt if he ever hits his head on any rough surface!

  4. Becky Downey
    / 10:45 pm

    Stair gates are worth their weight in gold. And so’s a big brother who watches him like a hawk!

  5. Lucy
    / 1:30 am

    Never sleep. It’s not practical really but it will feel like that when you keep a constant eye especially on roaming little toddlers. I would try and get housework done like washing when he slept but sadly it wore me out so I would also say a little help will go along way to keeping your little one safe too as having less than optimal sleep can lead to silly mistakes such as not properly latching doors or remembering to close the toilet lid or dryer door or worse still having in use pot handles sticking out for a little one to come by and try to reach up and grab.

  6. Lindsay
    / 3:35 pm

    Always keep an eye on your child wherever they are, in the event that you can’t, take them with you to another room or put them somewhere safe like the cot.

  7. Becky Callum
    / 12:42 pm

    Having a dream baby gate to prevent access to high risk areas is a must.

  8. Becky Callum
    / 12:17 pm

    Using the dream baby gate to prevent access to high risk areas is a must.

  9. lorexstevex
    / 11:34 am

    Keep my eyes on them at all times because one moment is all it takes for a big mistake!

  10. Melissa Okimoto
    / 4:17 pm

    Read website information from places like Dreambaby, get down on the ground and look from a child’s level at what looks like trouble. Being prepared and ahead of your child is the best way to keep them safe.

  11. Jessie Chibber
    / 3:53 pm

    Don’t leave them alone, even if you think it is just for a second, you just never know what can happen.

  12. Amy
    / 11:27 am

    Anchor all those big bits of furniture to the walls.
    anything that can be climbed.

  13. jocy
    / 9:06 pm

    When little ones begin to roam,
    You need to baby proof the home,
    A Dreambaby security gate,
    Would be absolutely first rate.

  14. Amelia
    / 1:58 pm

    Never leave the ladder ready to climb! Last week i caught my Juno, 3 steps up,her look said ‘look what i can do mummy!’

  15. Maria
    / 10:59 am

    Crawl around on your hands and needs in all rooms to look for obvious problems. Other than that you need to be vigilant.

  16. Elly
    / 6:48 pm

    Fencing it off and making sure there are safety sockets

  17. Mel
    / 3:32 pm

    Trap them!

  18. Nerida
    / 2:43 pm

    My top tips are: communication, being vigilant and removing any potential hazards. Failing that put them in a playpen ?

    Just been through all this with my 2.5yo and back for another round with the new baby. Although this one will be a bit different in a three-story place ?

  19. Nerida Goodwin
    / 2:40 pm

    My top tips are communication with your child, beeing vigilant and eliminating potential hazards. Failing that pop them in the play pen ?

    Just been through all of this with Miss 2 and will be going through it all again soon enough with the baby but this one might be tricker as we’ll be in a three-story house ?

  20. Winsome Leung
    / 8:25 am

    My best tip for keeping my little one safe is to be paranoid. Go around the home and identifying all the possible dangers and finding solutions for them. I approached it like you would in a first aid kind of situation. Use DRSABC.

    Danger – identify them
    Response – what can we do about it?
    Solutions – brainstorm ideas
    Apply – pad sharp corners, remove breakable objects, tie up cables, wires, blind strings, remove choking hazards, have a safe enclosed play area, use DREAMBABY safety gates, catches and other safety gadgets
    Be alert – grow eyes behind your head
    Commit – always have a committed adult care for little one
    Discard/drill down – discard anything that can potentially be dangerous that you no longer need, remove clutter, drill and mount into walls things like television, tall-boys (anything large and heavy at risk of tipping over)

    So you’d DRSABCD so you could watch your DREAMBABY grow up into a DREAMBABE.

  21. Annie G.
    / 7:14 am

    Constant supervision… ‘eyes in back of head” too. Making home as safe as humanly possible – gates, electrical switch covers, cupboard locks, furniture away from pool fences… there is a chance I overlook a danger so be constantly aware without being a “helicopter’ parent.

  22. Elly
    / 8:14 am

    Putting in safety such as gates and socket covers.

  23. JenJen
    / 9:42 pm

    We have a baby gate across the entrance to the kitchen, and latches on any cupboards that have any cleaning products.

  24. Kim Morgan
    / 8:22 pm

    Whenever I had to leave the room, I used a safety gate, to keep my dogs,away from the toddler, even though I trusted my dogs, you can never be too careful!Now that my baby is a teenager, I still use safety gates, to keep my dogs, out of the bedrooms & away from my cat!

  25. gail davies
    / 7:46 am

    When my children were small I always kept them out of the kitchen when I was cooking with a gate and would love to win a gate to protect my precious granddaughters ,,,

  26. LAuren Savige
    / 11:36 pm

    Create a “safe space” if able in one of the living rooms so your adorable terror can explore in an area which is totally toddler friendly but can’t get into everything else! A great way to do this is to gate off half of your living room :)

  27. Kylie Travis
    / 9:27 pm

    Creating a safe environment is foremost. Our house is free of clutter and all dangerous items are out of reach. It sure is peace of mind for those moments when I need a private toilet break or something – HA, who am I kidding, when do we get those?! It’s a group activity at this house! :-P

  28. Rebecca Pattie
    / 2:50 pm

    Keeping an eye on them while making sure there is no hazards around
    a gate like this would really be great

  29. Louise M
    / 11:24 am

    take turning keeping an eye out so you don’t get tired and miss something!

  30. REBEKAH BALLINGALL
    / 7:00 pm

    Don’t over complicate it, make sure they understand and have all family member follow all the rules

  31. Gayle Vos
    / 3:24 pm

    Simple, keep your eyes on them at all times

  32. / 11:01 am

    I learnt so much from my mum all the things she done to protect us I do with my kids even simple things like not having bottle handles hanging over stove

  33. Maree Gray
    / 6:41 am

    Don’t turn your back on them, not even for a second. They are so fast it is amazing.

  34. Dawn Taylor
    / 12:25 am

    When my daughter was a little girl, she was scooting around me in her walker, I laughed and pushed her away, telling her to find Daddy. Seconds later I somehow bumped the deep pot of oil I was cooking chips in, and the boiling hot oil went down me, and just everywhere. If I hadn’t pushed her out just seconds earlier, it would have landed right on top of her little head, and her face. My husband and I got such a dreadful fright, we decided that until any of our children were much older, they were never allowed in the kitchen, and we had the magic invisible line they were never to cross. They are all grown now, and still comment when they step over the magic invisible line.

  35. Karina Lee
    / 11:29 pm

    By getting one of these gates to stop the little one from climbing and falling down stairs!

  36. SCOTT BRUNSKILL
    / 10:21 pm

    Create a play area that is a safe environment….no obstacles….a play mat….no sharp edges or corners ….toys that are age appropriate safety wise…nothing down on low shelves….nothing that could fall or be pushed….and good common sense

  37. Jacky B
    / 8:20 pm

    Gates like these are vital and give everyone a little more piece of mind since we dont have 360 degree vision.

  38. Nicole
    / 7:13 pm

    Always good to keep your little ones safe, and look stylish too!

  39. Skye Danaher
    / 6:42 pm

    I put my son in a play pen to keep out of danger while playing.

  40. Lesley Olariu
    / 3:35 pm

    Childproof everything but be prepared for anything!

  41. Kaman Yu
    / 3:08 pm

    Ensure furniture are fastened to the wall so that curious little ones won’t have furniture toppling over them.

  42. Deborah Bolam
    / 12:57 pm

    always keep watch with little ones they will get into everything I have special locks on my kitchen cupboards

  43. Kathy B
    / 12:48 pm

    Learn to have eyes in the back of your head! A good tip I was told was to get on the floor at their level and have a look around and see what’s interestingly dangerous to little eyes and hands. It’s also a great idea to get some Dreambaby safety gadgets, for cupboard locking cupboard doors and covering power points.

  44. tracy wedding
    / 12:01 am

    all I can say is never let them out of your sight and even then they will manage to get into mischief

  45. Kylie T
    / 8:44 pm

    It’s wonderful to see little one’s explore and imagination roam free
    But safety is of the utmost importance, it must always be
    Helping reduce the potential for accidents is close to our hearts
    As a nurturing environment thanks to Dreambaby is always part!

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