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Schlage Sense Satin Nickel Camelot Trim Smart Deadbolt

Model # BE479AA V CAM 619

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Kwikset Tylo Polished Brass Entry Knob

Model # 400T 3 6AL RCS

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Kwikset Tylo Satin Chrome Bed/Bath Knob

Model # 300T 26D 6AL RCS

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Kwikset Cove Venetian Bronze Hall/Closet Knob

Model # 200CV 11P 6AL RCS

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Schlage Sense Aged Bronze Camelot Trim Smart Deadbolt

Model # BE479AA V CAM 716

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Schlage Georgian Satin Nickel Keyed Entry Knob

Model # F51 GEO 619

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Defiant Hartford Satin Nickel Entry Knob

Model # TGX200

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Kwikset Cove Venetian Bronze Bed/Bath Knob

Model # 300CV 11P 6AL RCS

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Kwikset Tylo Polished Brass Hall/Closet Knob

Model # 200T 3 6AL RCS

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Average rating for Door Knobs
(4.4 / 5)
2,589 Reviews
  1. 9 months ago
    Amazing Updated Look!
    My wife and I are updating a home that we recently bought and changed out all of the knobs with the Kwikset Laurel Venetial Bronze line (in addition to the hinges and strike guards) - such a GREAT look, especially for the price. These privacy knobs (bed/bath knob) were used on all of our doors that we wanted to lock on the interior. The installation was self-explanatory, went quickly (about 10 minutes per knob), and are high quality with an expensive look. These knobs are such a great way to ... read more update the look of your entire home with just door hardware. If you're updating the hinges, strike guards, and/or door stops to match these knobs, the Everbilt oil-rubbed bronze line is perfect.
  2. 2 years ago
    No visible screws: Easier to use for elderly--everyone. Minor selling point at selling and moving time.
    Attaching the knobs together requires moving a certain small lever, with a flat-blade screwdriver, on the side of the smaller assembly--sideways. Holding both knob assemblies together then, while the sides are pushed and mated together--then turning the knob on the other side from the one with the lever (repeatedly in each direction, with each knob, perhaps)--the small lever then moves backwards and the handles then connect solidly--with a click. A phillips-head screwdriver proves unnecessary ... read more for putting the halves together. (Of course, one is required for attaching the larger side side to the plate and installing the strike, perhaps.) No screws are visible, either. To remove the knob hardware--pushing the decorative, hiding faring aside reveals the lever again--push that sideways with the blade screwdriver--the knob assembly featuring the lever then may easily be removed. Loosen the screws, well, from the plate, again--pull out the larger assembly from the bolt--then, remove the bolt assembly. Less expensive knobs generally do invoke visible screws--such hardware must invoke a simpler, cheaper design. I like the quality and appearance of Laurel hardware: It's memorable and very practical. I figure that , as our society ages, the egg-shaped Laurel-style should prove increasingly popular and desirable. The design proves slightly easier to open for the elderly, handicapped, caretakers, and arthritics--for virtually anyone. It isn't the traditional round, cylindrical, nor bell shapes--thus, it won't slip in the hand in their manner. Laurel should provide a minor, positive selling point later on, too. Given that homeowners spend a great deal of money upon better handsets, anyway--why should they not consider Laurel, after all? The looks and quality lasts (seemingly into perpetuity--well over 10 years already)--the satin nickel finish appears to prove really durable--it doesn't appear to scratch up very easily at all. Anything like that appears to prove totally unnoticeable, anyway. Rust or corrosion appears to prove non-existent at all! The builder originally had put in popular quality Kwikset handle-style interior door hardware--unfortunately, such handles--given that particular height--snare my belt loops! Thus, I replaced them with Laurel--the entire set up--decorative front entry door handset, exterior locking, and deadbolts, too.
  3. 2 years ago
    Love this knob, so stylish!
    I loves these knobs, they're so stylish! They feel very sturdy and very easy to install.
  1. 3 months ago
    Great Prcie
    easy to install and looks great and durable and very stylish
  2. 3 months ago
    Beautiful knobs!!!
    The knobs are beautiful and were easy to install. I did it all myself and it took a day to replace all the knobs in my house.
  3. 4 weeks ago
    Easy Installation
    This interior door knob was very easy to install. Good quality product!
  1. 4 years ago
    Superior quality that you can feel right out of the box.
    Really solid product. Beautiful. Replaced most of the bedroom and bath doors in the house with it. Workmen complimented the product. Solid zinc (as opposed to brass for their more expensive lines).
  2. 2 years ago
    An A Plus Quality Lock With an F Minus Installation Technical Documentation Issue!
    Bought the subject Prestige Series lockset today to replace one that (rare for a Baldwin) had failed due a broken latch activation mechanism. We have been using the solid brass Baldwins over the cheaper brass plated Schlage and Kwiksets for many years because of their quality solid feel, and because the finish will never wear off. All went well with the install (I have removed/replaced/repaired/installed many locksets over my 61 years) until I went to finish up the job by putting the knobs on ... read more the shafts. To quote the instructions - "Place lever or knob on assembly and tighten setscrew to secure. Repeat for the knob or lever on the other side". These words were accompanied by the usual picture of an allen screw being rotated to tighten it on the knob shaft with the (supplied) allen wrench.. Easy enough, right? Just like every other knob with an allen headed set screw you have ever worked on in your life, right? WRONG!!!!! At first i noticed that there were no set screws in the knobs, and there were certainly none in the bag of hardware that came in the box. I assumed that for some reason this lockset somehow was shipped without the setscrews being installed in the knobs (in over fifty years of working on radio and electronic equipment, and door knobs as well (including all our previous Baldwins), I have never seen a knob that was sold without the setscrew already installed in it. So I totally took apart the already installed lockset, packed it up and headed back to our local Home Depot to get a replacement lockset on exchange. However (after getting drenched in the pouring rain we had today on the way over to the store) it turned out all of the remaining locksets in stock also appeared to be missing their knob setscrews, Furthermore, upon close inspection of the knobs, their setscrew holes were not threaded! What the heck? Finally, after puzzling over this enigma with the guy at the service desk for about twenty minutes, we figured out that the set screws were indeed there - they were screwed flush into the shafts that the knobs attach to. After nearly breaking the little allen wrench trying to remove the screws by doing the usual lefty-loosely counterclockwise rotation, and puzzling as to why they were in the shafts on the first place,we figured out that the setscrews were REVERSE THREADED, and had to be turned CLOCKWISE to come up out of the shaft. The way the design works (which is totally counter-intuitive to anyone who has ever put a knob on a shaft before) is that the knob is placed on the shaft so the setscrew hole lines up over the flush setscrew in the shaft, and then the setscrew is then raised up into the hole of the knob to secure it from rotating on the shaft. There apparently is a taper to the hole in the knob so the setscrew "tops out" (as opposed to bottoms out) as it is raised up into the hole which keeps the knob tightly secured, and prevents losing the setscrew by backing it all the way out of the knob. An effective, and elegant design - but it is so counter-intuitive and literally 180 out from a conventional knob and setscrew design it needs to be thoroughly explained in the installation instructions. I wasted a whole lot of time figuring something that normally is very simple out. Who has ever previously put the setscrew in the shaft vs. the knob, and then to further frustrate the purchaser, used a reverse-threaded setscrew that has to be turned CLOCKWISE to remove it from the shaft? Arrgh! I would not be surprised that there have been many others having the same problems I did. I recommended that the hardware manager at the local Home Depot make up a little "heads up" info sheet and attach them to the product boxes to make up for the woefully inadequate instructions supplied by Baldwin. Baldwin should be revising their instruction sheets and doing something similar for those products with this design already shipped.
  3. 4 years ago
    Love this
    These are SOLID door knobs! They are not the cheap feeling door knobs. It is heavy and really enriches my home. It's amazing how a door knob can change a look so easily! Yes, they are expensive, but they will last!
  1. 2 months ago
    Bedroom knob
    Great product works fantastic and the price was right
  2. 2 years ago
    Complete series
    I have replaced the door knobs throughout my house with Juno series. Started with smart key ones for the entrance door, and continued with bath and closet ones for the interior doors. I picked this series because it offers the complete line-up and I did not have to worry about matching different styles. They look great (signature series from Kwikset), good quality and good grip. Highly recommended.
  3. 3 months ago
    Beautiful upgrade
    Easy to install, changed all the door hardware in the house in one night, read the directions, so easy to do.
  1. 4 months ago
    Great value, price, and quality!
    Very well made, sinfully easy to install, and very nice quality for the price. I could not ask for anything better.
  2. 2 months ago
    Simple to install
    I'm renovating an apartment in which none of the bedrooms or bathrooms had privacy locksets. I bought five of these and was done in under an hour. I use Kwikset locksets in all my apartments and have never had a defective one. They look great and work well.
  3. 2 weeks ago
    Good construction. Nice looking.
    Installation was easy. Instructions were easy understand.
  1. 4 weeks ago
    2 best purchase ever
    These knobs were for bathroom, and it was easy to get it together. The price was good. do not know if great but for bathroom, ok price.
  2. 6 years ago
    Great Lock!!
    I purchased this lock set about 1 week ago, and I am highly satisfied. Heavy duty, and easy to install. Thanks Home Depot.
  3. 3 months ago
    Doorknob
    I purchased this doorknob to replace the one in our bathroom. My little one kept locking the door by accident on her way out. This has a nice feature on it, if accidentally lock the door, you can use a coin to unlock it from the outside. No more trying to manipulate the lock with a pin or screwdriver. Has a soft turn on the handle. It was very easy to install too. I would recommend.
  1. 4 weeks ago
    GOOD STUFF
    QUALITY HANDLE EASY TO INSTALL BOUGHT 20 OF THESE.
  2. 10 months ago
    As pictured and easy to install
    Great quality and appearance - definitely worth the time
  3. 8 months ago
    Top notch quality
    Schlage is a well known and top quality manufacturer of door hardware. Each door lock installs easily and works great. You can spend more or less for door hardware and not find any better than Schlage.
  1. 4 months ago
    Just what I needed
    Push button lock, standard knob set. If you do not have a doorstop, this know will lock itself when door is fully opened and contacts wall. A simple doorstop prevents this. Adjustable and entirely acceptable, especially for the price.
  2. 4 months ago
    replacement of similiar product
    easy to install . looks nice. replaced a similiar doorknob that broke
  3. 2 years ago
    Simple, nice-looking door knobs
    We have an old house so there are lots of doors. We were looking to replace the old brass-colored knobs with nickel but it was difficult to find plain, simple door knobs in store. I ordered what I thought were the same knobs off of Amazon (Schlage Plymouth in nickel) since I was driven to buying online. The ones from Amazon looked the same but felt rough, as if they missed the last sealant step in the finishing process. I returned the Amazon order and ordered these. The surface of the knobs is ... read more smooth. Both the appearance and quality are as expected. Very pleased with the purchase.
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