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Defiant

Model B86L1D

Internet #100203008

Store SKU #492487

Brandywine Single Cylinder Entry Stainless Steel Project Pack

$29.94 /each
  • Locks resist drilling, sawing, picking and prying
  • Can be re-keyed to match an existing KW1 key
  • Easy to replace and install with a Phillips screwdriver

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Ideal for house flippers or new homeowners desiring a sense of security, this Brandywine Stainless Steel Entry Project Pack from Defiant allows you to retrofit two exterior doors with single-cylinder deadbolts and entry knobs. It includes four keys that lock/unlock each component (2 entry knobs, 2 deadbolts), giving you peace of mind that no one else has access to your property. Constructed of stainless steel for years of durability and backed by a lifetime guarantee, this lockset meets or exceeds ANSI Grade 3 standards for residential use.

  • Ideal for exterior door applications where locking with a key is desirable
  • Latch is adjustable to fit 2-3/8 in. or 2-3/4 in. backset
  • Latch features a radius faceplate or can be easily converted to a drive-in style
  • True stainless steel provides lasting durability and a sleek appearance
  • Knobs and deadbolts with matching keyed locks included
  • Includes 4 keys and mounting hardware
  • Meets ANSI Grade 3 specifications
  • Fits exterior residential door preparations
  • Backed by a lifetime limited warranty
  • Don't forget your door stops and wall protectors

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Do all 4 locks use same key?

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Reno, nv
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December 3, 2015
so after reading all the comments it looks like each one comes with a different box code and if boxes come with same codes then the same key will work for all locks, i was looking for a Entry Knob and Single Cylinder Deadbolt Combo Pack for the front door and back door of my house all to use the same key. listing should be more specific in the specs!
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Roanoke Va
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February 10, 2016
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Yes
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Yes, If you need more than two sets match the key numbers and all the locks will use the same key.
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December 15, 2015
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yes they are all keyed the same. Just as I wanted.
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Sandy Springs, GA
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December 13, 2015
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The locks are all keyed alike, and all keys are identical.
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can I use one set for security door??

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July 2, 2016
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The latch body diameter of the deadbolt is about 2mm larger than that of the knobset and may not slide right into a security door hole. A few seconds with a die grinder or a few minutes with a round file will be enough to enlarge the security door hole the required millimeter or two. Also, the required machine screws are not supplied, you will need 4 short flathead screws for the installation. I believe Read More
The latch body diameter of the deadbolt is about 2mm larger than that of the knobset and may not slide right into a security door hole. A few seconds with a die grinder or a few minutes with a round file will be enough to enlarge the security door hole the required millimeter or two. Also, the required machine screws are not supplied, you will need 4 short flathead screws for the installation. I believe they are 8-32 but check your security door. Read Less
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April 17, 2016
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This is for exterior residential doors.
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April 17, 2016
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If your security door is 1 1/4" - 1 3/4" thick with the proper backset measurements and the proper bore hole diameters, then this set will work on your security door.
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Need a door lock that can not be opened with a credit card or drivers license. I have too many meds I have to protect.

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October 23, 2015
High dosage meds need protection.
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Fontana, Ca.
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December 15, 2015
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These are very sturdy, I doubt anybody will be able to use a credit card or any other item to break through these locks.
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November 21, 2015
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the door latch has a pin behind it . push just the pin back then try to push the latch back and you will see that you cant. release the latch an the pin now push the latch back the latch goes back.the problem is that when your door is closed the pin and latch bolt is going into the strike plate and that is why a door can be opened with a credit card.i fixed all my locks when I found this problem at my Read More
the door latch has a pin behind it . push just the pin back then try to push the latch back and you will see that you cant. release the latch an the pin now push the latch back the latch goes back.the problem is that when your door is closed the pin and latch bolt is going into the strike plate and that is why a door can be opened with a credit card.i fixed all my locks when I found this problem at my home.the manufacturer does a bad job on making door strikes(my opinion). now make sure to always use your deadbolt lock on your door and put your meds in a safe. good luck. Read Less
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Get a latch shield/guard. Youtube the installation if you're not handy.
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How can I get four (4) Defiant door combination dead bolt and entry loocks with the same key

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Match the key code number on the package ( same key code same key)
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In the back of the door knob package there is a key code, all 4 packs must be the same numbers to get the same keys
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Hi Gene,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
The case packs of Dead Bolt/Entry Door combinations are marked with a key code on the back of the packaging. There are multiples of the same key coded locksets in the cases. Look on the back of the packaging for the code and pick 4 that have the same code.
If there aren't enough packages available, we can re-key any of these locks Read More
Hi Gene,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
The case packs of Dead Bolt/Entry Door combinations are marked with a key code on the back of the packaging. There are multiples of the same key coded locksets in the cases. Look on the back of the packaging for the code and pick 4 that have the same code.
If there aren't enough packages available, we can re-key any of these locks to match keys. See a hardware associate for the details.
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 130 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Screws are hard to get to These are a good locks and knob set. They look to me to be industry standard and are very similar to other brands. The only problem with them is that it is very difficult to get a straight screwdriver on the screws with the bulge of the doorknob in the way. I suppose you can use some kind of offset driver tool - like one of those bent tip combo screwdrivers that sometimes come with kit furniture - but it would be best if things were made so that you can install them with the standard set of tools like a #2 Phillips. You can get a #2 phillips on the screws but only at an angle and it makes it more difficult to drive it. July 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Too few keys Maybe I'm too old but I remember getting two keys per lock so with four locks, you should get 8 keys. A blank is about $0.11, maybe a little cheaper in bulk. And maybe another $0.11 for cutting. I'd gladly pay an extra $0.88 to get 4 additional original cut keys! August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WORK FINE There is not much to say. They are doorknobs and worked as expected. August 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good value for the money. A little lighter then the hardware I replaced but for the cost it was a good deal. August 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good for the price These are durable for the price. They shipped very fast! If you need more than 2 (which I did) it was very difficult to have Home Depot get 4 keyed alike. August 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Changing locks on every door I did most of the installing of the locks. I didnot have many problems with the locks. All of the hardware fix the preexisting holes,etc. Two woman changed out 5 locks. Now, I only have two more to go before I am finished with the project. July 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Lots o locks Definitely a great value for keyed security, front and back July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by exceptional product easy to install and durable, design friendly................................................................. July 26, 2016
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