The Gate Lever – Reach for Your Gate Lever with Total Ease

Consumer Update

Ever encountered a time where you felt desperate to access your gate lever but have little to no height in order to reach it? And no matter what you did, it just wouldn’t cooperate?

Whether it’s because the fence is too tall to sufficiently reach the latch from the outside or the string snaps leave you defeated unable to get back inside, it can certainly be a frustrating endeavor.

Well, The Gate Lever hears your woes and has chosen to do something about it.

The Gate Lever makes accessing your front or backyard super simple. In addition, it’s easy to install and the lever attaches to your existing latch with a strong chain.

The Side Post Lever is adaptable for either side of the gate post, whether it opens to the left or right. Whereas the Front Post LEver mounts on the post or along the top of the fence line and can be placed wherever it suits you.

The Gate Lever is made from strong cast aluminum and comes in three classy styles – flat, spiral, or flower. The levers are easily mounted with just one screw on your fence post or any surface above your latch mount including cement and plastic fence posts.

And don’t worry about them rusting or breaking as they’re designed to be long-lasting and withstand inclement weather conditions. Choose your color to match your latch, powder coated black or brushed aluminum.

Each Gate Lever is available in two colors so choose the one that best complements your gate before you order!

This patent-pending lever lets you easily open your gate without standing on a bucket, fumbling for a latch, or waiting for someone to come along.

If you’re fed up with getting locked out of your gate, check out for the solution.


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